Evangelical Lutheran Conference

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Lutheran Church In America - Merger Into The ELCIC and ELCA
... On January 1, 1986, Lutheran Church in America-Canada Section merged with the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Canada to form the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada ... On January 1, 1988, the Lutheran Church in America ceased to exist when its US section, along with the American Lutheran Church and the Association of Evangelical Lutheran Churches, joined together to form ... At the time of the merger, the LCA remained the largest Lutheran church body in the United States, and it brought approximately 2.85 million members into the ELCA ...
Henry Eyster Jacobs - Selected Works
... First Free Lutheran Diet in America, Philadelphia, December 27-28, 1877 (1878) The Lutheran movement in England during the reigns of Henry VIII and Edward VI, and its ...
Gisle Johnson
... and in 1868, The Norwegian Lutheran Academy ... together with Carl Paul Caspari, "Theological times for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Norway", and in 1863, "The Lutheran Church Times" ...
Lutheran Church In America - Colleges and Seminaries of The LCA - Seminaries
... Hamma School of Theology, Springfield, Ohio (shared with ALC) Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, Illinois Lutheran Theological Seminary, Gettysburg ... Canada (shared with ELCC) Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary, Columbia, South Carolina Northwestern Lutheran Theological Seminary, Saint Paul, Minnesota (shared ...
Lutheran Theology - Practices - Church Fellowship
... Lutherans were divided about the issue of church fellowship for the first thirty years after Luther's death ... Against them stood the Gnesio-Lutherans, led by Matthias Flacius and the faculty at Jena ... of Christians on earth, orthodox Lutherans avoided ecumenical fellowship with other churches, believing that Christians should not, for example, join together for the Lord's ...

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