God has blessed the "repristination theology" of our fathers with success also in this country. #lcms #lutheran
Growing up in Lutheranism, that was the first time I'd ever heard the term.
Britannica defines it as:
“The Repristination Theology” (i.e., restoration of earlier norms), led by Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg (1802–69), made 17th-century orthodoxy normative for the interpretation of Luther’s teachings and fought the rising historical-critical approach to the Bible by affirming the verbal inspiration...
Do any Lutheran denominations (or parachurch reform groups) successfully represent "repristination theology"?