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The Church of the Lutheran Confession (CLC) considers itself to be the true spiritual descendant of the Evangelical Lutheran Synodical Conference, which was formed in 1872 and lasted until the early 1960s. As that association of formerly conservative Lutheran church bodies in North America was drawing its last breath, the CLC was just becoming a Read More

Introduction to the CLC

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Church of the Lutheran Confession Introduction

THE CHURCH OF THE LUTHERAN CONFESSION

The Church of the Lutheran Confession aims to be what its name implies -- a church that continues to uphold the scriptural teachings and Christian values which God restored through the Lutheran Reformation some 450 Read More

An Introduction to the CLC

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TheĀ Church of the Lutheran Confession aims to be what its name implies -- a church that continues to uphold the scriptural teachings and Christian values which God restored through the Lutheran Reformation some 450 years ago. The historic Lutheran creeds, especially the Augsburg Confession, make it clear that salvation is a gift of Read More

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