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    Lutheran hymnody is well known for its doctrinal, didactic, and musical richness. Most Lutheran churches are active musically with choirs, handbell choirs, children's choirs, and occasionally change ringing groups that ring bells in a bell tower. Johann Sebastian Bach, a devout Lutheran, composed a huge body of sacred music for the Lutheran church.

  2. Lutheranism. 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 14th century. Luther was a German priest, theologian, and university professor in Wittenberg.

  3. The Lutheran Church has been in New Zealand since the Upper Moutere area, near Nelson, was settled mainly by Lutheran migrants from Germany, from about 1843. Lutheran missionaries accompanied them, sponsored by the North German Mission Society. Pastor Johann Wohlers soon left to work among Māori on Ruapuke Island, near Stewart Island.

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  4. The Lutheran World Federation (LWF; German: Lutherischer Weltbund) is a global communion of national and regional Lutheran denominations headquartered in the Ecumenical Centre in Geneva, Switzerland. The federation was founded in the Swedish city of Lund in the aftermath of the Second World War in 1947 to coordinate the activities of the many differing Lutheran churches.

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    Der Ort liegt in einer flachen Ebene westlich der Müritz-Elde-Wasserstraße etwa 2 km westlich von Lübz und 12 km östlich von Parchim. Östlich des Ortes verläuft die Müritz-Elde-Wasserstraße. Nennenswerte Seen und Waldgebiete, ebenso wie herausragende Anhöhen existieren im Gemeindegebiet nicht.Durch Lutheran führen die Bundesstraße 191 und die Bahnstrecke Parchim–Neubrandenburg, die aber im Ortsgebiet keinen Haltepunkt hat. Zu Lutheran gehört der Hof Gischow.Sehenswürdig ist die Backsteinkirche.

    Lutheran wurde 1324 erstmals als Latran urkundlich erwähnt. Eine Herleitung des Namens von Martin Luther bezugnehmend auf den Nachbarort Rom (Mecklenburg)ist daher nicht möglich. Am 1. Januar 1951 wurden die bis dahin eigenständigen Gemeinden Beckendorf und Greven eingegliedert. Am 1. Januar 1974 wurden sie in die Gemeinde Granzin umgegliedert. Am 25. Mai 2014 wurde Lutheran nach Lübz eingemeindet.

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    • 8,46 km²
    • 299 (31. Dez. 2012)
    • 56 m ü. NHN
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    Algunos luteranos consideran el 31 de octubre de 1517 como el día de surgimiento de esta rama del cristianismo, fecha en la que se colocaron las noventa y cinco tesis sobre las indulgencias en la puerta de la "Iglesia de Todos los Santos" en Wittenberg, Alemania. No obstante, cabe destacar que Lutero, personalmente, no fundó la Iglesia luterana como una institución, ni planeaba que sus enseñanzas derivaran en una nueva denominación cristiana. Por el contrario, expresó, con sus propias palabras, su deseo de que eso no ocurriera, cuando declaró: A pesar de ello, en la historicidad de la reforma luterana, se designó el apelativo "luterano" y "luteranismo" para referirse a la doctrina interpretativa y enseñanzas que Lutero hizo acerca del cristianismo. Este término fue usado de igual forma por la Iglesia católica para apelar a los simpatizantes de las interpretaciones cristianas que tenía Lutero, hasta que paulatinamente, fueron consolidándose diversas Iglesias autodenominadas luteranas...

    Los luteranos creen en Jesucristo como su fundador espiritual, y comparten la creencia de que Dios es uno y trino (Santa Trinidad), es decir: Dios Padre, Dios Hijo y Dios Espíritu Santo. Además, se comparte la interpretación bíblica que hizo Lutero de que Diosno justifica a los hombres por sus obras buenas, sino más bien por su fe, lo que representa una creencia base fundamental del pensamiento luterano. El pensamiento de Lutero se basa en el concepto de la justificación por la fe, que negaba cualquier teoría católica, ortodoxa o copta respecto a los méritos personales aplicables a la salvación, además de rechazar completamente la mediación de los santos/vírgenes y veneración de las imágenes. Lutero denunció la venta de indulgenciasy la obtención de los perdones a cambio de bienes, así como la venta de cargos eclesiásticos, prácticas que por lo tanto son rechazadas en la Iglesia luterana. El luteranismo rechaza la primacía y autoridad universal del papado como institución divina. Ni...

    Las ideas básicas de la teología luterana, que suelen concordar en su gran mayoría con la fe evangélica, se sintetizan en tres fórmulas latinas: 1. Sola gratia (solo por la Gracia): Cristo es el único que puede justificarnos. Las obras, incluidos los ritos eclesiales y cualquier otro tipo de esfuerzo humano, no son la causa de la salvación del hombre. Cristo murió por nosotros y a través de Él, por medio de la fe, somos salvos, para que nadie crea que fue salvo por su propio mérito, ni para que se glorifique de sus propias obras. Por lo tanto, la salvación es obra de la sola gracia de Dios (Efesios2:8-10) 2. Sola Scriptura (solo por la Escritura): La única fuente de revelación y base de la doctrina cristiana son las Sagradas Escrituras del Antiguo y Nuevo Testamento. 3. Sola fide (solo por la fe): La fe es lo único que, mediante la gracia de Dios, nos salva. Ninguna obra puede salvarnos, sino solo la fe. Dice el apóstol Pablo: "Porque en el Evangelio la justicia de Dios se revela po...

    Es importante señalar que la doctrina del luteranismo es esencialmente distinta y contrastante al catolicismo, y que a su vez, guarda algunas diferencias con las otras confesiones evangélicas. 1. Sacramentos: Para los luteranos, Cristo instituyó dos sacramentos: el bautismo y la eucaristía o Santa Cena (con la concepción de la unión sacramental). Sin embargo, los luteranos practican los otros cuatro ritos, como la confirmación, la unción de los enfermos, el matrimonio y las sagradas órdenes, los cuales, según la Apología de la Confesión de Ausburgo, pueden ser llamados sacramentos pero entendiéndolos de una manera un tanto distinta a los sacramentos instituidos por Cristo mismo. 2. Imágenes: Los luteranos permiten las imágenes como medio de enseñanza y no tienen ningún problema con ella, pero no les rinden culto alguno. 3. Liturgia: Los luteranos tienen una liturgia histórica proveniente de la misa pretridentinay en casi todos los casos es más conservadora que la católica. En alguno...

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    Origins

    The Missouri Synod emerged from several communities of German Lutheran immigrants during the 1830s and 1840s. In Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan, isolated Germans in the dense forests of the American frontier were brought together and ministered to by missionary F. C. D. Wyneken. A communal emigration from Saxony under Bishop Martin Stephan created a community in Perry County, Missouri, and St. Louis, Missouri. In Michigan and Ohio, missionaries sent by Wilhelm Löhe ministered to scattered congre...

    Founding and early years

    In 1844 and 1845, the three groups listed above (the Saxons, the Löhe men, and Wyneken and one of his assistants) began to discuss the possibility of forming a new, confessional Lutheran church body. As a result of these discussions, the Löhe missionaries and Wyneken and his assistant (F. W. Husmann) decided to leave the synods they currently belonged to. Two planning meetings were held in St. Louis, Missouri, and Fort Wayne, Indiana, in May and July 1846.Then, on April 26, 1847, twelve pasto...

    Synodical Conference

    Between 1856 and 1859, the Missouri Synod hosted a series of four free conferences in order to explore the possibility of entering into fellowship agreements with other conservative Lutheran synods. As a result of these conferences, the LCMS entered into fellowship with the Norwegian Synod in 1857. In 1872, these two synods joined the Wisconsin, Ohio, Minnesota, and Illinois Synods, other conservative Lutheran bodies, in forming the Evangelical Lutheran Synodical Conference of North America....

    In 1900, the LCMS began sending missionaries to Brazil to minister to German-speaking immigrants in that country, and in 1904 created the Brazil District for the administration of the resulting congregations. Work was begun in Argentina in 1905 as part of the Brazil District. A separate Argentina District was established in 1926/1927. Both districts became independent church bodies that retain close relationships with the LCMS: the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Brazil in 1980, and the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Argentinain 1988. The LCMS oversaw an extensive roster of congregations in Canada until 1988, when the Canadian component became a separate and autonomous organization, Lutheran Church-Canada. However, this was an administrative and not theological division and the two groups still share close ties. A small number of Ontario and Quebecchurches remain within the LCMS.

    Doctrinal sources

    One of the signature teachings of the Lutheran Reformation is Sola scriptura—"Scripture alone." The LCMS believes that the Bible is the only standard by which church teachings can be judged, and holds that Scripture is best explained and interpreted by the Book of Concord—a series of confessions of faith adopted by Lutherans in the 16th century. LCMS pastors and congregations agree to teach in harmony with the Book of Concord because they believe that it teaches and faithfully explains the Wo...

    Baptism and other doctrine

    The LCMS practices infant baptism, based on Acts 2:38–39 and other passages of Scripture. It also subscribes to the statement of faith found in the Apostles' Creed, the Ten Commandments, and the Lord's Prayer to be applicable to daily life. These doctrines are emphasized in Luther's Small Catechism.

    Worship and music

    The original constitution of the LCMS stated that one of its purposes is to strive toward uniformity in practice, while more recent changes to those documents also encourage responsible and doctrinally sound diversity. The synod requires that hymns, songs, liturgies, and practices be in harmony with the Bible and Book of Concord. Worship in LCMS congregations is generally thought of as orthodox and liturgical, utilizing a printed order of service and hymnal, and is typically accompanied by a...

    Reception of communion

    The LCMS endorses the doctrine of close or closed communion—the policy of sharing the Eucharist ordinarily only with those who are baptized and confirmed members of one of the congregations of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod or of a congregation of one of its sister churcheswith which it has formally declared altar and pulpit fellowship (i.e., agreement in all articles of doctrine). Missouri Synod congregations implement closed communion in various ways, requiring conformity to official do...

    Ordination

    Ordination is seen as a public ceremony of recognition that a man has received and accepted a divine call, and hence is considered to be in the office of the public ministry. The Treatise on the Power and Primacy of the Pope agrees that "ordination was nothing else than such a ratification" of local elections by the people. The LCMS does not believe ordination is divinely instituted or an extension of an episcopal form of apostolic succession but sees the office grounded in the Word and Sacra...

    The LCMS has a modified form of congregational polity. This is different from some other Lutheran bodies which have maintained episcopal polity; however, this is not considered to be a point of doctrine, as the synod is in fellowship with some Lutheran church bodies in Europe that have an episcopal structure. The corporate LCMS is formally constituted of two types of members: self-governinglocal congregations that qualify for membership by mutual agreement to adhere to stated principles, and clergymen who qualify by similar means. Congregations hold legal title to their church buildings and other property, and call (hire) and dismiss their own clergy. Much of the practical work of the LCMS structure is as a free employment brokerage to bring the two together; it also allows the congregations to work together on projects too large for even a local consortium of congregations to accomplish, such as foreign mission work.

    Educational institutions

    In addition to its two seminaries, the LCMS operates seven universities, known as the Concordia University System.

    Auxiliary organizations

    Among the LCMS's other auxiliary organizations are the Lutheran Laymen's League (now known as Lutheran Hour Ministries), which conducts outreach ministries including The Lutheran Hour radio program; and the Lutheran Women's Missionary League. The synod also operates Concordia Publishing House, through which it publishes its official magazine, The Lutheran Witness, and newspaper, Reporter.

    Maintaining its position as a confessional church body emphasizing the importance of full agreement in the teachings of the Bible, the LCMS is not associated with ecumenical organizations such as the National Council of Churches, the National Association of Evangelicals, the World Council of Churches or the Lutheran World Federation. It is, however, a member of the International Lutheran Council, made up of over 30 Lutheran churches worldwide that support the confessional doctrines of the Bible and the Book of Concord. At the 2007 convention, the delegates voted to establish altar and pulpit fellowship with the American Association of Lutheran Churches(AALC). Although its strongly conservative views on theology and ethics might seem to make the LCMS politically compatible with Protestant evangelicals and fundamentalists in the U.S., the LCMS largely eschews political activity, partly out of concerns to keep the denomination untainted with potential heresies and also because of its s...

    Membership growth was substantial in the first half of the 20th century. According to the Yearbook of American & Canadian Churches, the LCMS had 628,695 members in 1925. By 1950 the number of members had grown to over 1.6 million. Membership peaked in 1970 at just under 2.8 million. In 2020,the LCMS reported 1,861,129 members and 5,976 churches, with 5,938 active clergy.LCMS membership continues to be concentrated in the Upper Midwest. The five states with the highest rates of adherence are Nebraska, Wisconsin, South Dakota, Minnesota, and Iowa. The Pew Research Center's U.S. Religious Landscape Survey in 2014 found that the LCMS was the third-least racially diverse major religious group in the country. The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America was second and the National Baptist Convention was the least diverse.The 2008 figures were::

    History

    1. Baepler, Walter A. A Century of Grace: A History of the Missouri Synod, 1847–1947.St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1947. 2. Bodensieck, Julius, ed. The encyclopedia of the Lutheran Church (3 vol 1965) vol 1 and 3 online free 3. Cimino, Richard. Lutherans Today: American Lutheran Identity in the Twenty-First Century. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans, 2003. ISBN 0-8028-1365-8 4. Dau, W. H. T., ed. Ebenezer: Reviews of the Work of the Missouri Synod during Three Quarters of a Centu...

    Seminex

    1. Adams, James E. Preus of Missouri and the Great Lutheran Civil War.New York: Harper and Row, 1977. 2. Board of Control, Concordia Seminary. Exodus From Concordia: A Report on the 1974 Walkout.St. Louis: Concordia Seminary, 1977. 3. Burkee, James C. Power, Politics, and the Missouri Synod: A Conflict That Changed American Christianity (2011) excerpt and text search 4. Danker, Frederick W. No Room in the Brotherhood: The Preus-Otten Purge of Missouri. St. Louis: Clayton Publishing House, 197...

    Missions

    1. Gieseler, Carl A. The Wide-Open Island City: Home Mission Work in a Big City.St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1927. 2. Kretzmann, Paul E. Glimpses of the Lives of Great Missionary Women.Men and Missions IX. St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1930. 3. Krueger, Ottomar. "Unto the Uttermost Part of the Earth": The Life of Pastor Louis Harms.Men and Missions VIII. St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1930. 4. Our China Mission.Men and Missions IV. St. Louis: Concordia Publishing Ho...

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