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The Works of Martin Chemnitz in English — 34% Discount and Free Shipping!

February 21st, 2013
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Martin Chemnitz’s major theological works translated into English are now available in beautifully bound matching hardback volumes to endure years of study and use.

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The series includes:

Examination of the Council of Trent, Volumes I-IV


The Lord’s Supper

The Lord’s Prayer

The Two Natures in Christ

Loci Theologici, Volumes I&II


Martin Chemnitz

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  1. Sven Wagschal
    February 22nd, 2013 at 01:05 | #1

    One should absolutely get the works of Chemnitz, *especially* his Examination of the Council of Trent. This work is a tremendous help in understanding the grave faults of the Joint Declaration on Justification.

  2. February 22nd, 2013 at 07:49 | #2

    Presumably the free shipping only applies to the USA?

  3. Peggy Pedersen
    February 22nd, 2013 at 11:29 | #4

    Why doesn’t CPH establish a Canadian “warehouse” from which books can be shipped free to Canadian purchasers (and maybe one in Europe too). The shipping charges make purchasing from CPH difficult. Even the last book I ordered from CPH for a friend in Florida I had to send media mail to afford the shipping and it never arrived (its been 3 months). This is a wonderful discount on these books and I desire them greatly, but even could I afford them at the discount, the shipping to Canada would be horribly expensive.

    • February 22nd, 2013 at 12:45 | #5

      We had that for a while, but it didn’t work well. The way we supply things into Canada is the best way we have to do this. Sorry.

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