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Conversely, to consider a modern Lutheran influenced by Loehe, we may note how Hermann Sasse (1895-1976) rubbed shoulders with the ecumenical pioneers of the second and third decades of the twentieth century; that he wrote the German-language report of the 1927 Lausanne Conference; and that the last photograph taken of Sasse shows him beaming across the table at the first installment of dialogue between the Lutheran Church of Australia and the Roman Catholic bishops of that land.
Bartsch, Malcolm (2000) The Danger of `Worm Theology" in School Link: Lutheran Church of Australia 6/4 (November), 1-2.