Title: Christus Emptor (Faith in Action Book of the Year)
Book Condition: Good
Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Publisher:  Augsburg Publishing House 1945
Seller ID: 013099
Good Condition; 2 of 68 pages show neat underlining. Solid binding. Age toned paper. Moderate visible cover wear and outer soil. Used paperback print book copy of Christus Emptor by T.F. Gullixson. Faith in Action Book of the Year. Minneapolis MN: Augsburg Publishing House, 1945. 66 pages. 5.25 x 7.75 inches, 20 cm. A Study on what it means that we Christians were bought with a price (1 Corinthians 6:19-20). Chapters: 1 Title to the Inner Room (Mark 12:30), 2 Caveat Emptor: Let the Buyer Beware (Christ Redeemer, the Buyer of us all, did He not know what He was getting in paying so high a price as Calvary?), 3 The Adjusted Ear (John 5:24-25), 4 Eyes in Focus (How is it with your eyes? Do they see? Are your eyes regenerated, converted, sanctified?), 5 Tongues Under Bond, 6 Feet for Christ's Footprints (We must have feet that are shod for the road, even for the steep, stumbly, rocky, thorn-fringed upward trails of everyday life that sometimes are so hard to cover.), 7 Strengthened Knees (When we have kneeled pleading His grace for forgiveness and for power, our knees will be different when we arise), 8 Glorify Your Hands (The glory that rests on all those pairs of hands is in the opposite measure of their selfish service of self.), 9 Congealed Sweat on the Lord's Altar (Say, just how much of yourself are you really bringing to the Lord's altar of sacrifice, you who say that you love, and fear, and trust Him above all else?), 10 Self Possession (Hideous realities of war are upon the whole world now. The bodies, lives, the homes, the souls of men are broken and ground in its horrible processes. Strange that out of such times should come new demonstration of the great truth that through losing ourselves we really come to possess ourselves.). Thaddaeus Franke Gullixson (1882-1969) was president of Luther Seminary from 1930-1954. Rev. Gullixson, of Norwegian heritage, was born in Iowa. Following graduation from Luther Seminary and further studies at Johns Hopkins University, he received a call from a congregation in Pierre, South Dakota where he served until 1930. Free shipping on domestic orders $25 and over!