By Edward C. Fredrich
Beginning with the Synod’s roots in Germany and tracing its development through splits and merges to the present, the author’s writing brings the history of this conservative Lutheran church to life. The Wisconsin Synod Lutherans is a chronologically organized volume that also touches on doctrinal issues, the Synod’s focus on education, and document evangelism and mission activity. This book provides a clear understanding of the forces that have shaped the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS).
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