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John Schaller (1859-1920)

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When Wilhelm Loehe, a mission-minded German pastor and church leader, heard from America of an urgent need for pastors to lead the many emigrants who had come there, he publicized that need, then approached several pastors about moving to America. Loehe even helped establish an emergency seminary to quickly supply the need. One of those he Read More
Of Reformation confessors, there are many whom we generally do not recognize in the context of the Reformation era itself. However, in that the Reformation was about the Word, and further that perpetuation of the Reformation principles calls for steadfast and bold confessors of the Word, it is fitting that we recognize latter day confessors as Read More
As we approach the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, we take a brief look at the lives of some of the most influential and important Lutheran theologians.
C. F. W. Walther (1811-1887) was the first president of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (1847-1850). He also served a second time (1864-1878). Except for Read More

Charles Porterfield Krauth

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HEROES OF THE FAITH (SIXTH IN A SERIES)
As we approach the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, we take a brief look at the lives of some of the most influential and important Lutheran theologians.

Charles Porterfield Krauth

A Lutheran Giant with Feet of Read More
As we approach the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, we take a brief look at the lives of some of the most influential and important Lutheran theologians.
  HEROES OF THE FAITH (FIFTH  IN A SERIES)

Valentin Loescher

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Johannes Quenstedt

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As we approach the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, we take a brief look at the lives of some of the most influential and important Lutheran theologians.
The foremost person of the Reformation was, of course, Martin Luther. In a previous article we introduced a second Martin, Martin Chemnitz, who lived during the time Read More

Abraham Calov

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Written by: James Naumann pastor of Our Savior’s Ev. Lutheran Church in Jamestown, North Dakota. Introduction Read More

The Second Martin

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HEROES OF THE FAITH (First in a Read More