German pastor suspended

January 1997
Christian Century;01/15/97, Vol. 114 Issue 2, p44
Reports on the disciplinary proceedings initiated by the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hanover, Germany against its pastor, Rainer Lingscheid, following revelations that he owed the World Council of Churches nearly one hundred thousand dollars. Suspension meted out on Lingscheid.


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