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First Look | Being Lutheran

What makes Lutheran theology unique?

In a nutshell, being Lutheran is about following Jesus.

For many people, doctrine is notoriously dull and complex. Written by Rev. A. Trevor Sutton, Being Lutheran cuts through complex theological jargon, making doctrinal concepts easy to understand.

Using narrative examples, flashes of humor, and accessible language, complex theology is made accessible, helping readers to confidently answer the question, “Why am I Lutheran?”

Being Lutheran is “for anyone who seeks a better understanding of what it means to be a follower of Christ, one who desires even more to get to know Jesus and the power of His Word in their lives.” –Rev. Gregory Seltz, Speaker, The Lutheran Hour

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