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The Lutherans Of New York
     

The Lutherans Of New York

by George U. Wenner
 
George Unangst Wenner (1844-1934) was the American author of The Lutherans of New York: Their Story and Their Problems (1918). He was a Pastor of Christ Church. "For the sake of non-Lutheran readers it may be well, in a sketch of the story and problems of our churches, to present a short statement of their principles and to indicate in what respect these differ

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George Unangst Wenner (1844-1934) was the American author of The Lutherans of New York: Their Story and Their Problems (1918). He was a Pastor of Christ Church. "For the sake of non-Lutheran readers it may be well, in a sketch of the story and problems of our churches, to present a short statement of their principles and to indicate in what respect these differ from the general attitude and beliefs of other churches. In doing so however the author does not presume to encroach upon the field belonging to the scholars of the church. He is not an expert theologian. What he has to say upon this subject can only be taken as the opinion of a workaday pastor who, in practical experience, has obtained an acquaintance with the teachings of the church which it is his privilege to serve. For a clearer understanding of disputed points the reader is referred to the books of reference named in the Bibliography. "

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ISBN-13:
9781409917656
Publisher:
Dodo Press
Publication date:
03/06/2009
Pages:
104
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.25(d)
Age Range:
1 - 17 Years

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