VDMA Project Sends Out “The Holy Trinity” in Spanish

Above photo: Books translated into Spanish for the VDMA Project (Photo: Johanna Heidorn)
Story by Deaconess Cheryl D. Naumann, VDMA Project Director

Over the past two days, La Santa Trinidad became the seventh volume of the Confessional Lutheran Dogmatics series to be electronically distributed to Pastors and seminary students in the Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) region.

This particular volume explains the difficulties we face in confessing the Trinity in our world today and how Pastors can help overcome these challenges by placing Christ and the Gospel at the center of preaching and teaching. The Holy Trinity relies on Scripture to show how the Old and New Testaments carefully and decisively present the truth of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  

Written by Carl Beckwith; translated into Spanish by Rev. Dr. Roberto Bustamante, Professor for Concordia Seminario el Reformador (Dominican Republic); and edited by Pastor Roberto Weber; La Santa Trinidad introduces readers to the sound pattern of words used by the early Church Fathers and Lutheran reformers to clarify and defend the trinitarian witness of Scripture. We confess, worship, and glorify the Holy Trinity rightly when we boldly proclaim the pure Gospel of Jesus Christ.

The VDMA Project is grateful to Luther Academy for allowing its team to continue to translate into Spanish the volumes of the Confessional Lutheran Dogmatics series as they are completed in English.

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Jana Inglehart

Jana Inglehart serves the Lord through The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) as the Regional Communication Specialist for the Latin America and Caribbean region, based in the Dominican Republic.