American Lutheranism
American Lutheranism
Friedrich Bente

Produced by (Rev.) Kurt A. T. Bodling Concordia Senior College, Class of 1976
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Title Page

PREFACE. Essentially

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

INTRODUCTION.

Early History of American Lutheranism.

SALZBURG LUTHERANS IN GEORGIA.

LUTHERANS IN NEW YORK.

JUSTUS FALCKNER.

JOSHUA KOCHERTHAL.

WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER BERKENMEYER.

DETERIORATION IN NEW YORK.

NEW YORK MINISTERIUM.

JOHN CHRISTOPHER HARTWICK.

GERMANTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA.

SLAVERY OF REDEMPTIONERS.

LUTHERANS IN PENNSYLVANIA.

HENRY MELCHIOR MUHLENBERG.

FURTHER ACTIVITY AND DEATH OF MUHLENBERG.

MUHLENBERG'S CONFESSIONALISM.

MUHLENBBERG'S PIETISM.

MUHLENBERG'S HIERARCHICAL TENDENCIES.

MUHLENBERG'S UNIONISM.

TRAINING OF MINISTERS AND TEACHERS NEGLECTED.

DETERIORATION OF MOTHER SYNOD.

UNIONISM IN THE ASCENDENCY.

TYPICAL REPRESENTATIVES OF SYNOD.

SYNOD'S UN-LUTHERAN ATTITUDE CONTINUED.

LUTHERANS IN SOUTH CAROLINA.

THE NORTH CAROLINA SYNOD.

CRITICAL CONVENTIONS.

GOTTLIEB SHOBER.

NORTH CAROLINA RUPTURE.

LUTHERANS IN VIBGINIA.

SPECIAL CONFERENCE IN VIRGINIA.

SYNOD OF MARYLAND AND VIRGINIA.

THE TENNESSEE SYNOD.

ORGANIZATION.

OBJECTIONS TO GENERAL SYNOD.

ATTITUDE AS TO CHURCH-FELLOWSHIP.

EFFORTS AT UNITY AND PEACE.

TENNESSEE JUSTIFYING HER PROCEDURE.

DOCTRINAL BASIS.

CONFESSION ENFORCED.

ANTI-ROMANISTIC ATTITUDE.

ANTI-METHODISTIC ATTITUDE.

ANTI-UNIONISTIC ATTITUDE.

TENNESSEE AND MISSOURI.

PECULIARITIES OF TENNESSEE SYNOD.

THE HENKELS.




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