You’re Lutheran: What Does This Mean?

Help me answer this question, folks: What does it mean to be Lutheran?  I imagine that if you get five Lutherans in a room, you’ll get six answers . . . regardless, I think it is a question worth asking as our church struggles with its identity in the early 21st century.

Discuss your take on Lutheranism on your blog, send me the link to your post via email @, and I’ll collect and post all the links here at The Lutheran Zephyr.  If you don’t have a blog but want to contribute to the cause, email your thoughts to me or get a blog (for free or for small change).

This question will sit for a few weeks in the new The Question box in the right-side column.  Responses will appear in a blogpost and also listed in the Your Answers box, on the right.  Thank you for reading.  But most importantly, thank you (in advance) for writing.

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6 Responses to You’re Lutheran: What Does This Mean?

  1. LP says:

    wow this could open a can of worms!!!!

  2. FYI: Any and all responses to this question will be posted directly on the front page of The Lutheran Zephyr and in the Your Answers column to the right. Thanks for reading!

  3. Why I am Lutheran

    Because of this, and because I am blessed to serve a church like this!
    And because I believe in the doctrine of grace coming down to us. This book helped me understand how Lutherans explain that.
    And because Luther was pretty cool.
    And, because I like …

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