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WELS and Other Lutherans: Lutheran Church Bodies in the USA (1995)

by John F. Brug

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There are several church bodies that call themselves Lutheran. What is the difference between them and why should it matter? This question is answered in the book WELS and Other Lutherans by John F. Brug.
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"Lytheranism moved from Europe to America by means of a long series of migrations, which spanned three centuries."
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"In general, we could say that Lutherans in America established churches which were much stronger than the churches they had left behind in their homelands. America was the world center of strong confessional Lutheranism. To a cosiderable degree this is still true."
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