[Official Doctrinal Statements of the Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod - Years: 1847-1998The "doctrine" you have quoted from this publication is about Jesus' dying on Good Friday, which is indeed a doctrine in our church--NOT about what time of day the Paschal lamb was slaughtered. PLEASE learn to discern the difference.
(i.e. Church orthodox 1947 40, 485 Doctrine actually taught in pulpits, schools, and publications determines the orthodoxy of a Church. (Brief Statement, 29))]
The doctrine that I quoted included many Lutheran teachings of the LCMS, according to the official LCMS Doctrinal statement. Stop ignoring the truth.
What's your beef with the "doctrine of Christ". (i.e. Matthew 26:2; Mark 8:31)?
In Christ's service,
Soli Deo Gloria!
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