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Lutheranism is a major branch of Protestant Christianity which identifies with the theology of Martin Luther (1483-1546) — a German friar, ecclesiastical reformer ...

Lutheranism - ReligionFacts


Mar 17, 2015 ... Lutheranism is one of the largest Protestant Christian denominations today. According to the Lutheran World Federation, there are nearly 66 ...

What is a Lutheran? - the Book of Concord


While there are a variety of ways one could answer this question, one very important answer is simply this, "A Lutheran is a person who believes, teaches and ...

Belief and Practice - The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod


With the universal Christian Church, The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod teaches and responds to the love of the Triune God: the Father, creator of all that  ...

Lutheran Beliefs and Practices - Lutheran Resources


Definitive collection of information for understanding Lutheran faith and practices.

What is the Lutheran Church, and what do Lutherans believe?


What was the origin of Lutheranism? ... Answer: The Lutheran Church is actually many different bodies, all of which base their teachings and practice to some ...

Lutheran Origins, Lutheran History, Lutheran Beliefs - Patheos


The Lutheran Church is the oldest Protestant Christian tradition, dating back to the Protestant Reformation and the person of Martin Luther. Lutherans are those  ...

Lutheran Heresies! -What's wrong with the Lutheran religion?

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The Lutheran religion is just that--religion! It is more religion than God, more ritualistic tradition than truth. Every false religion on the planet is cloaked with some ...

Lutheranism 101 | Holy Trinity Lutheran Church


We use four words to describe the Lutheran movement: evangelical, catholic, ecumenical and reforming. Since several of those words need some definition, ...

Lutheran Evangelicals | James R. Rogers | First Things


Jan 21, 2014 ... Why is Calvinism so influential among American Evangelicals while Lutheranism is not? We might describe the statistically modal convert to ...

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Luther and Lutheranism - Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Luther and Lutheranism. Martin Luther (1483-1546) Martin Luther was eight years old when Christopher Columbus set sail from Europe and landed in the ...

Lutheranism | Christianity | Britannica.com


Nov 27, 2014 ... The term Lutheran, which appeared as early as 1519, was coined by Luther's opponents. The self-designation of Luther's followers was ...

CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Lutherans and Lutheranism


The chief tenet of the Lutheran creed, that which Luther called "the article of the standing and falling Church", has reference to the justification of sinful man.