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- Last date updated: December 31, 2013
Friday, February 28, 2014
While I continue my previous series (see Part 16b for last post, Table of Contents in Part 1) commenting on the founding essay of the Synodical Conference in 1872, I want to publish the entire translation in one blog post so that it is not necessary to step through my 15 blogs of December 2013 which piecemealed this essay. For now, my highlighting remains, but may be removed later.
(This Google Doc available for direct viewing >> HERE <<.)The series will continue with Part 16c concerning the WELS, the Synodical Conference, and the Doctrine of Universal, Objective Justification (UOJ).