neolutheranism

neo-Lutheranism

[nee-oh-loo-ther-uh-niz-uhm, -looth-ruh-]
noun
a movement begun in the 19th century in Germany and Scandinavia to revive the orthodox principles, beliefs, and practices of the Lutheran Church.

Origin:
1875–80

neo-Lutheran, adjective, noun
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