The Lutheran Difference: Q&A

This entry is part 31 of 34 in the series The Lutheran Difference.

So last week, we wrapped up this series on what makes Lutherans Lutheran. And while we covered a lot of subjects, I can’t shake this nagging feeling that I’ve forgotten something, and it could be something important. But for the life of me, I can’t figure out what it is.

Rather than continue to beat my head against that mental block, though, I decided to throw open the floor to questions. If you have specific (or even not so specific) questions about Lutherans, now’s the time to ask them. I’ll collect the questions and either answer them in their own posts. So I guess the series isn’t over if you don’t want it to be.

So have at it. The mic is open and it’s yours.

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One Comment:

  1. Does Lutheranism have any concept of the Word of God in any broader sense than the Bible — and also in the John 1:1 sense, which I think most denominations would acknowledge?

    I’m thinking of “Word and Sacrament” — yesterday I heard a Christmas sermon on John 1, and there are so many inter-related concepts regarding Christ as the Word, Scripture as the Word, and the concept of the Word being communicated to us somehow…. it’s always been fascinating to me as a media major. And probably related to Christian Existentialism — I understand Kierkegaard was Lutheran (though I haven’t read him).

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