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      • From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lutheranism is a denomination within the Christian religion. The namesake who led the Lutherans in their protest against the Roman Catholic Church was Martin Luther. He began this protest against the Catholic Church in the 16th century.
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  2. Lutheranism - Wikipedia

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    Lutheranism is also a state religion in Iceland, Denmark, Greenland, and the Faroe Islands. Finland has its Lutheran church established as a national church . Similarly, Sweden also has its national church , which was a state church until 2000.

  3. Lutheranism is a denomination within the Christian religion. The namesake who led the Lutherans in their protest against the Roman Catholic Church was Martin Luther. He began this protest against the Catholic Church in the 16th century. Luther was a German priest, theologian, and university professor in Wittenberg.

  4. History of Lutheranism - Wikipedia

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    Lutheranism as a religious movement originated in the early 16th century Holy Roman Empire as an attempt to reform the Roman Catholic Church. The movement originated with the call for a public debate regarding several issues within the Catholic Church by Martin Luther, then a professor of Bible at the young University of Wittenberg.

  5. Confessional Lutheranism - Wikipedia

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    • "Quia" versus "Quatenus" subscription
    • Views on the Antichrist

    Confessional Lutheranism is a name used by Lutherans to designate those who believe in the doctrines taught in the Book of Concord of 1580 in their entirety. Confessional Lutherans maintain that faithfulness to the Book of Concord which is a summary of the teachings found in Scripture, requires attention to how that faith is actually being preached, taught, and put into practice. Confessional Lutherans believe that this is a vital part of their identity as Lutherans. The term Confessional Luther

    Two main confessional movements arose during the 19th century: the Old Lutherans and the Neo-Lutherans. The Old Lutherans originated from the Schism of the Old Lutherans, while Neo-Lutheranism arose in Germany in the 1830s from the Pietist driven Erweckung, or Awakening. Neo-Lutheranism itself contained differing camps. It gave rise later to those calling themselves confessional Lutherans.

    Contemporary Lutheran church bodies that identify themselves as confessional tend to be either members of the International Lutheran Council, Confessional Evangelical Lutheran Conference, or certain other independent Lutheran bodies. Among the members of the ILC are the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, the Lutheran Church–Canada, the Independent Evangelical-Lutheran Church of Germany and the Lutheran Church of Australia. Among the CELC are the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod and the ...

    Lutheran church bodies and Lutheran individuals that identify themselves as confessional hold to a "quia" rather than a "quatenus" subscription to the Book of Concord, which contains the Apostles' Creed, Nicene Creed, Athanasian Creed, Luther's Small Catechism, Luther's Large Catechism, the Augsburg Confession, the Apology of the Augsburg Confession, the Smalcald Articles, the Treatise on the Power and Primacy of the Pope, and the Formula of the Concord.

    Confessional Lutherans, including the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod, the Evangelical Lutheran Synod, and the Church of the Lutheran Confession officially maintain that the Early apostolic Church had been led into the Great Apostasy by the Roman Catholic Church and that the Pope is the Antichrist; the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod affirms that "Antichrist" refers to the office, and not to the person, while the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod ...

  6. Lutheranism - Wikipedia

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    Lutheranism is a major branch o Protestant Christianity that identifies wi the theology o Martin Luther — a German friar, ecclesiastical reformer, an theologian. Martin Luther initiatit the Protestant Reformation in 1517.

  7. Wikipedia:WikiProject Lutheranism - Wikipedia

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    Background Scope. This goal of this WikiProject is to improve quality of the information available on Wikipedia about Lutheranism.This includes articles on famous Lutherans, Lutheran churches, and Lutheran theology.

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  8. Lutheranism by region - Wikipedia

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    Lutheranism is the established church in most of the Nordic countries including Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland. In these countries, where most people are Lutheran, the churches are supported by taxes, either indirectly through the general taxes paid by most citizens or directly in the form of a church tax.

  9. Byzantine Rite Lutheranism - Wikipedia

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    Within Byzantine Rite Lutheranism, the calendar of saints includes persons esteemed in Eastern Christianity, such as John Chrysostom and Nestor the Chronicler, as well as those specific to the Lutheran Church, such as Lucas Cranach the Elder and Martin Luther. The Byzantine Rite was first used in the Ukrainian Lutheran Church.

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