RECLAIMING WALTHER IN THE LCMS

 
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Welcome to our website. If you're new to the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod (LCMS), or don't follow what happens in the Synod outside of your local congregation, the information on this website may give you new information about your Synod, its positions, and its struggles.

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C.F.W. Walther was the first President of the LCMS and its finest theologian. His theology has been lost in the latter half of the 20th century. We hope to reclaim it. We want to motivate laity and clergy alike to study Walther, realize how far the modernists have steered us off course, and correct the trend. Basically, we hope to reinstate the doctrine and practice that Walther outlined from Scripture and the Lutheran Confession in his book Church and Ministry.

Acknowledgements:

   Thank you, Concordia Historical Institute, for your kind permission to allow us to use the photograph of C.F.W. Walther from your collection.

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