List of Lutheran clergy

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This is a listing of the major offices within the Lutheran churches, as well as significant individual Lutheran clergy.

This Lutheran pastor is confirming the youth of his congregation after instructing them in Luther's Small Catechism.

Lists of Lutheran Bishops and Archbishops[edit]

Additional Lutheran leaders[edit]

List of clergy[edit]

Academics[edit]

Activists[edit]

Explorers and colonizers[edit]

Missionaries[edit]

Politicians[edit]

Theologians[edit]

Writers[edit]

Web sources[edit]

  1. ^ Christian Cyclopedia. The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
  2. ^ Christian Cyclopedia. The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
  3. ^ The Promise of America
  4. ^ Concordia University profile
  5. ^ Christian Cyclopedia. The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
  6. ^ Dana College Review, Volume 40, Number 1. Fall 1983
  7. ^ Wartburg College
  8. ^ Primăria Municipiului Mediaş » Acasă
  9. ^ ELCA site
  10. ^ Nebraska State Historical Society
  11. ^ Wittenberg.edu
  12. ^ Times Online
  13. ^ Christian Cyclopedia. The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
  14. ^ German Australia
  15. ^ Christian Cyclopedia. The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
  16. ^ 1911 Encyclopedia Archived 2008-12-08 at the Wayback Machine.
  17. ^ Dictionary of African Christian Biography
  18. ^ CSAAME article
  19. ^ Twenty-FIve Years in Japan,1902
  20. ^ Twenty-FIve Years in Japan,1902
  21. ^ Wisconsin Historical Society
  22. ^ BBC
  23. ^ Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge
  24. ^ LCMS obituary
  25. ^ article
  26. ^ Concordia Archived 2007-09-27 at the Wayback Machine.
  27. ^ Time Magazine
  28. ^ Jacob Aall Ottesen (Store norske leksikon)
  29. ^ The Catholic Movement in the Swedish Church
  30. ^ Christian Cyclopedia. The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
  31. ^ The Baltic and the North Seas By David Kirby
  32. ^ United Church Seminary St. Olaf College
  33. ^ "Kristian Ostergaard's "A Merchant's House" (John Mark Nielsen, University of Nebraska - Lincoln)
  34. ^ Schlegel's American Families of German Ancestry in the United States

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