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Here are a baker’s dozen questions about Lutheranism and Lutheranism in America, for you to relax and ponder. How well did you do, before going to Wikipedia?
3. T/F: The name “Lutheran” is older than the name “Protestant.”
7. The oldest church that is today a member of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod is
9. Which Lutheran pastor sparked the nineteenth-century Lutheran confessional awakening in 1818? Continue reading
Here’s one answer offered by the group Lost and Found: