How Churches Crack Up: The Case of the Lutheran Church-- Missouri Synod

Meilaender, Gilbert
June 1991
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jun/Jul1991, Issue 14, p38
Presents information on the book "Memoirs in Exile: Confessional Hope and Institutional Conflict," by John H. Tietjen. Background on Tietjen; Religious issues raised in the book; Research project organized by Martin Scharlemann, president of Concordia Seminary in Saint Louis, Missouri to determine attitude towards the seminary within the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.


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