The New Lutheran on the block…

One of my dearest friends has become a Lutheran. Some weeks ago we discussed about our experiences and how God has led us to where we are. John and I went to college together, roomed together, and grew in our love for the Scriptures together, and soon we shall share a glorious beer together. It has been a joy to see the journey we have been through. From our legalistic days to the glories of the early church and the Reformation. Anyone who reads this blog with some frequency knows that I am not particularly fond of Lutheran theology, especially when it is adopted by Presbyterians, nevertheless, I now find myself in greater accord with my brother and sense a deeper historical alliance. Blessings to you John in your new journey.

John’s article on why he became a Lutheran is found here.

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About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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2 Responses to The New Lutheran on the block…

  1. Uri:

    I spoke to John months ago regarding this topic, and need to talk to him again soon. His path has changed a bit…fundamentalist to Southern Baptist to Lutheran. I’m thinking this is probably a bit of maturity and learning on his part, as Lutheranism is Reformed and closer to the truth than other places.
    But I also remember another friend from college who went from fundie and extreme Arminian to eventual Calvinist and then Presbyterian…even my own native PCA.
    I’m almost thinking that I’m still where I started, of sorts, except for growth and maturity, and everyone else is changing, in better ways. We’ll see. But spiritual growth is always exciting, isn’t it?

  2. Uri Brito says:

    Kenneth, 5 years in the PCA has changed me in many ways. Great to hear from you.

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