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- Benjamin Schmolck was born December 21, 1672, in Brauchitzchdorf, near Liegnitz, Silesia, where his father, Martin Schmolck (Schmolcke), was a minister.
- Benjamin Schmolck was the son of the minister Martin Schmolck (Schmolcke).
- Lutherans are found throughout the world.
- Lutherans are EVANGELICALS. Lutherans have never been not Evangelicals.
- Lutherans are by no means anti-intellectual, and we thank God for our reasoning ability.
- Lutherans are bred from childhood to sing in four-part harmony.
- Lutherans are not dogmatic about the number of the sacraments.
- Lutheran Church is the true visible Church of God on earth.
- The Lutheran church is the oldest Protestant church.
- The Lutheran church is one of the major Christian churches.
- The Lutheran Church is the established state church of Denmark, Iceland, Norway, and Finland; Sweden disestablished its Lutheran state church in 2000.
- The Lutheran church is one of the world’s major Christian churches.
- A bishop is an ordained member of the Christian clergy who, in certain Christian churches, holds a position of authority.
- A bishop is an ordained person who holds a specific position of authority in any of a number of Christian churches.
- A bishop is an ordained priest who holds a specific position of authority in any of a number of Christian churches.
- A bishop is an ordination member of the Christian clergy.
- Bishop is a city located in Inyo County, California.
- Albert Namatjira is one of Australia's great artists, and perhaps the best known Aboriginal painter.
- Albert Namatjira is the subject of a song of the same name by the Australian band Not Drowning, Waving, included on their 1993 album, Circus.
- The actors are all excellent and Tony Mustante makes for a great lead, he delivers a very solid performance.
- The actors were highly believeable, which was important for me, and the movie was not cheesy.
- Al Quie is a nationally recognized spokesman on quality education.
- Al Quie is a very hard man to follow, whether in political debate, and especially at a prayer session.
- Al Quie is also a man who, at the height of the Watergate scandal, reached out to a disgraced advisor to President Nixon: one Chuck Colson.
- America was about 250 years old at that time.
- America was divinely ordained and chosen by God to do His work.
- America was not yet entered the war and, the Nazis wanted to ensure it stayed that way.
- America was split dramatically between the haves and have-nots.
- Andy Richter is a comical detective.
- Andy Richter is a terrorist (external) The producers went too far and picked a dead ringer for Andy Richter.
- Andy Richter is a would-be short story writer and cog in the wheel of a major unnamed metropolitan company.
- Andy Richter was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the second of four children in a Lutheran family.
- Wilhelm Loehe was a major leader of North American Lutherans although he never set foot on this continent.
- Other American Lutherans, from the Old Lutheran dissenters, formed churches with stricter attitudes toward ecumenism.
- Conflict between the ---American Lutherans--- and the leaders of the confessional revival led to a schism.
- It also means that a government is not responsible for the actions of its press," stresses Anders Fogh Rasmussen, who refused to see the ambassadors.
- Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen is a proponent of using the full range of freedom of speech - even where it hurts, provokes and offends.
- Ann-Margret is a member of the Lutheran Church.
- Ann-Margret is also one of the fortunate, few (John?) ladies who can boast having had SAO stalwart John Pashley's hand up their skirt.
- Ann-Margret is one of the world-s most glamorous and versatile stars whose name on a marquee lights up a city.
- Ann-Margret was also compared to Elvis Presley for her energetic performances and aptly nicknamed the female Elvis.
- Ann-Margret was always a good-looking woman, with a pretty face, a very full figure and well shaped legs.
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- Angela Merkel was born as Angela Dorothea Kasner in Hamburg, as the daughter of Horst Kasner (b.
- An award was given Peder H. Nelson, who has written numerous articles on Norwegian-American immigration history.
- The award was accepted by Barbara Gaines, who started off with Letterman 22 years ago as a receptionist.
- The award was changed in 1932 to allow a player to win it as often as he could.
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- Bears were too bloodthirsty to live in a place where there might be, well, a very small number of people and their livestock.
- The bears were wonderful.
- Bears are often high on the list, usually making the #1 spot.
- Bill is a master of surreptitious maneuver which is why he is sitting here today with us rather than in the state house.
- Bill was able to rip a couple of good ones.
- The bill was introduced last week in the House by Rep.
- The bill was sponsored by Rep.
- The first Lutherans to come to Australia in any significant number, were the immigrants from Prussia, who arrived in 1838 with Pastor August Kavel.
- The first group arrived with Pastor August Kavel on the ships Prince George, and Bengalee.
- Sources agree that August Kavel is the one person most responsible for an established Lutheran Church in Australia.
- The author is a Christian speaking about Christians.
- The author was cited as being at Leipzig.
- Bishops are approximately equal in strength to knights.
- Bishops are generally responsible for leading a large or heavily-populated area (a diocese) and all the churches contained therein.
- Bishops were ordered to ensure that the offending texts were withdrawn from sale and not reprinted.
- The bishops were excommunicated.
- Beau Bridges married Julie Landfield in 1964 but they divorced in 1984.
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- Born was born in Breslau (now called Wroc--aw), which at Born's birth was in the Prussian Province of Silesia.
- Born was one of the 11 signatories to the Russell-Einstein Manifesto.
- Bernhard Riemann (1826-1866), mathematician known for Riemann hypothesis and Riemannian geometry.
- His father, Friedrich Bernhard Riemann, was a poor Lutheran pastor in Breselenz who fought in the Napoleonic Wars.
- Some of the most famous mathematicians in history, Carl Friedrich Gauss, Bernhard Riemann and David Hilbert were professors at G--ttingen.
- Brown is the ranking minority member on the House Energy and Commerce Committee's Health Subcommittee.
- Brown was the ranking minority member on the House Energy and Commerce Committee's Health Subcommittee.
- Brown was the subject of a misunderstanding by Rush Limbaugh on his radio program on February 14, 2006.
- Brown was tried for heresy in 1924-25, largely because of his outspoken support for Communism.
- Bruce Willis named honorary chief of cyberterrorism task force.
- Bruce Willis comes out fighting for Iraq's forgotten GI heroes.
- Bruce Willis hit it big in 1988 as a scrappy action hero John McClane in the terrorists-in-the-skyscraper film Die Hard.
- Bugenhagen was a logical choice to deliver one of the homilies.
- Bugenhagen was a name linked with Satan almost since the beginning of time.
- Bugenhagen was born in Eastern Pomerania in 1485.
- Bugenhagen was made superintendent general of the Electorate of Saxony in 1539.
- Bugenhagen was one of the great figures of the first generation of the Lutheran reformation.
- Bolton was a supporter of the Vietnam War, enlisting in the National Guard (and wearing his uniform in a 1970 Yale guide book picture ).
- Bolton was also a partner in the law firm of Lerner, Reed, Bolton & McManus.
- Bolton was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and raised as Lutheran.
- Bolton was nominated by President George W. Bush to become the Ambassador to the UN on March 7, 2005.
- Byron Dorgan is a popular Democrat from a very "red" rural state.
- Bonds were issued to finance certain improvements and street paving.
- The bonds were sold off to out-of-town speculators by the original investors at a small fraction of their face value.
- Two of them--- Wilhelm Friedemann Bach and Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach ---became important composers in the ornate Rococo style that followed the Baroque.
- Haydn und Mozart meinten zun--chst Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, wenn sie von Bach sprachen.
- It was in Weimar that the two musically significant sons were born---Wilhelm Friedemann and Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach.
- A complete edition entitled Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: The Complete Works is under way and scheduled to be completed by 2014.
- Two of these had musical careers of their own: Wilhelm Friedemann and the aforementioned Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach.
- Bonhoeffer was also deprived of the right to preach and to publish, and in 1941 his works were proscribed.
- Bonhoeffer was arrested in April 1943 after money used to help Jews escape to Switzerland was traced to him.
- Bonhoeffer was born in Breslau, Silesia He and his sister Sabine were twins and the sixth and seventh of eight children.
- Bonhoeffer was born in Breslau, Silesia into a middle to upper-class professional family.
- Bonhoeffer was one of the first German Protestants to see the demonic implications of Nazism.
- Charles Stenholm is a Democrat with more than a few Republican leanings.
- Charles Stenholm is a Populist Conservative (click for explanation).
- Charles Stenholm is a former Democratic representative from Texas.
- Clara Maass was a brave nurse who gave her life in an experiment to find the cause of and a cure for the deadly yellow fever disease.
- Bridges is also a cartoonist.
- Bridges is also the older brother of actor Jeff Bridges , born in 1949.
- Bridges was born in Los Angeles, California, the son of actor Lloyd Bridges and his college sweetheart, Dorothy Dean Simpson.
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- Bud Olson is part of WikiProject Lutheranism, an effort to build a comprehensive and detailed guide to Lutheranism on Wikipedia.
- Bud Olson was first elected to the House of Commons in the 1957 election as a Social Credit Member of Parliament (MP) from Medicine Hat.
- Conrad Burns is a long-time friend and supporter of Shriners Hospitals.
- Conrad Burns is a piece of doody.
- Conrad Burns was born January 25, 1935 on a farm near Gallatin, Missouri.
- BUSH: The business pages of American newspapers should not read like a scandal sheet.
- Bush: The new leader of china.
- Dale Earnhardt was a legend of American auto racing, nicknamed "The Intimidator" for his competitive instincts and hard-driving style.
- Dale Earnhardt was a six-time champion of this race.
- Dale Earnhardt was a throwback to the days when his father, Ralph was the NASCAR Sportsman champion.
- Dale Jarrett is a three- time champion while Jeff Gordon, Neil Bonnett, Ken Schrader and Tony Stewart are two-time winners.
- Anglican situation brings Canadian Lutherans to study same-sex blesings.
- Canadian Lutherans reject same-sex blessings from Christian Century in Reference provided free by Find Articles.
- Darlene Hooley is a member of the Energy and Commerce committee, which oversees the CPSC. And Hooley has had enough.
- Darlene Hooley is a native of North Dakota and moved to Oregon when she was 8.
- Darlene Hooley was born on a family farm in Williston, North Dakota.
- Darlene Hooley was elected as a state representative in 1980, then re-elected to three more terms.
- Carl Friedrich Gauss was born in 1777 into a poor family (his father was a gardener) in the German city of Braunschweig ( Brunswick).
- Carl Friedrich Gauss was born on April 17, 1777 to poor, working class parents in Brauschweig, Germany.
- David Hasselhoff is a great man.
- David Hasselhoff is one of the best known tall actors, he stands at 6' 4" (193 cm).
- David Hasselhoff is a god.
- David Hasselhoff is one of those terrible performers that everyone feels sorry for.
- David Hasselhoff was born in Baltimore, Maryland, the only boy in a family that includes four sisters.
- Dennis Rader is a very polarizing figure: they either hated him or like him.
- Dennis Rader is a visiting professor at the University of Kentucky at Lexington .
- Dennis Rader was sentenced to and is serving 10 consecutive life terms in prison.
- Dennis Rader was a serial killer who murdered at least ten people between 1974 and 1991 near Wichita, Kansas.
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- Society > Religion And Spirituality > Christianity > Denominations > Lutheran > Theology > Systematic > Polemics.
- Society > Religion And Spirituality > Christianity > Denominations > Lutheran > People > Theologians > Koren, Ulrik Vilhelm.
- Regional > Europe > Germany > States > Saxony > Localities > Leipzig.
- Society > Religion And Spirituality > Christianity > Denominations > Lutheran > Synods > Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.
* Caspar David Friedrich
* Charles Porterfield Krauth
* Christian Scriver
* Claus Harms
* Collin Peterson
* Dana Carvey
* Dave Reichert
* David Hilbert
* Dietrich Bonhoeffer
* Don Sundquist
* Dutch Lutherans
* Edmund Husserl
* Edmund Schlink
* Elke Sommer
* Elmer Andersen
* El Paso
* Emil Rieve
* Estonian Lutherans
* Fanny Mendelssohn
* Felix Mendelssohn
* Friedrich Schiller
* Fritz Haber
* Fritz Hollings
* Gabriel Zwilling
* Garrison Keillor
* Garry Marshall
* Gary Cole
* Gary Larson
* George Bowman
* George Frideric Handel
* Georg Cantor
* Gerald Kieschnick
* German Lutherans
* Gotthard Daniel Fritzsche
* Gotthard Fritzsche
* Greta Garbo
* Hans Nielsen Hauge
* Hans Tausen
* Harold Knutson
* Harold Levander
* Henry Muhlenberg
* Hermann Oberth
* Hermann Sasse
* Immanuel Kant
* Ingmar Bergman
* Ingrid Bergman
* Ingvar Carlsson
* James Rebhorn
* Jaroslav Pelikan
* Jeff Bridges
* Jesse Ventura
* Johannes Bugenhagen
* Johannes Kepler
* Johann Arndt
* Johann Gerhard
* Johann Pachelbel
* Johann Sebastian Bach
* John Bolton
* John Carter
* John Hanson
* John Heydler
* John Mellencamp
* John Seybert
* John Shimkus
* John Tietjen
* John Updike
* John Woo
* Justus Jonas
* Karl Popper
* Kevin Sorbo
* Kirsten Dunst
* Leni Riefenstahl
* Leonhard Euler
* Lise Meitner
* Loni Anderson
* Lou Gehrig
* Lucas Cranach The Elder
* Lucas Cranach The Younger
* Lutheran Faith
* Luther Martin
* Magnus Von Braun
* Mark Hanson
* Mark Neumann
* Marlene Dietrich
* Martin Chemnitz
* Martin Luther
* Martin Marty
* Martin Stephan
* Marva Dawn
* Matthias Flacius
* Max Born
* Mel Ott
* Michael Schiavo
* Michele Bachmann
* Mikael Agricola
* Mike Oxley
* Niels Bohr
* Olaus Petri
* Olof Palme
* Orson Bean
* Orville Freeman
* Paul Gerhardt
* Paul Maier
* Paul Simon
* Paul Tillich
* Penny Marshall
* Peter Muhlenberg
* Petite Picasso
* Philipp Jakob Spener
* Philipp Melanchthon
* Poul Hartling
* Poul Nyrup Rasmussen
* Rasmus Jensen
* Raymond Schultz
* Rick Steves
* Robert Bly
* Rod Steiger
* Ron Livingston
* Rudolf Bultmann
* Sally Struthers
* Sherrod Brown
* Sid Meier
* Steve Jobs
* Steve Zahn
* Sven Nykvist
* Tim Johnson
* Tim Walz
* Tom Landry
* Troy Aikman
* Tycho Brahe
* United States
* Urho Kekkonen
* Viggo Mortensen
* Wendell Anderson
* Werner Heisenberg
* Wernher Von Braun
* Wilhelm Friedemann Bach
* Wilhelm Sihler
* William Hurt
* William Rehnquist
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