Definitions for Lutheran
ˈlu θər ənLuther·an
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word Lutheran.
follower of Lutheranism
of or pertaining to Martin Luther or his teachings
"the Lutheran doctrine of justification by faith alone"
of or pertaining to or characteristic of the branch of the Protestant Church adhering to the views of Luther
A member of any of the Christian churches of which identify with the theology of Martin Luther.
The split between the Lutherans and the Roman Catholics began with the Edict of Worms in 1521
Of the Lutheran church, as opposed to a Catholic church.
A Lutheran understanding of the Lord's Supper is not the same as that of other denominations.
of or pertaining to Luther; adhering to the doctrines of Luther or the Lutheran Church
one who accepts or adheres to the doctrines of Luther or the Lutheran Church
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
lū′thėr-an, adj. pertaining to Luther, the great German Protestant reformer (1483-1546), or to his doctrines: a follower of Luther.—ns. Lu′theranism, Lū′therism; Lū′therist.
The numerical value of Lutheran in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of Lutheran in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
( T) Chief Justice John Roberts Court's decisions in Trinity Trinity Lutheran and Espinoza prohibit States from denying aid to religious schools solely because of a school's religious status — that is, its affiliation with or control by a religious organization, but Trinity Lutheran and Espinoza have never said that the Free Exercise Clause prohibits States from withholding funds because of the religious use to which the money will be put.
We were in our house and knew something was going on and getting ready to go to the basement, then it was over, we just built a brand new fire hall and it was destroyed. Also a row of houses near the fire hall. The Lutheran Church was destroyed, it's all in rubble.
I went to seminary, graduating in 2001 while serving in the reserves and later joined the Air Force as a chaplain endorsed by the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, i commissioned as a chaplain in 2007 because I wanted to use my military experience to serve our great men and women in uniform.
We just built a brand new fire hall and it was destroyed. Also a row of houses near the fire hall. The Lutheran Church was destroyed, it's all in rubble.
Members of Grace Lutheran Church are deeply saddened by the loss of life last night as a result of three individuals being shot in Chester, and this tragedy included members of Grace Lutheran Church.
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