The Lutheran church was founded on the theology of Martin Luther during the 16th century. Its original purpose was to reform Christianity with the principle of justification through faith only. They maintain that humans are saved from their sins by God's grace alone. Faith secures the gift of salvation rather than religion being the cause of salvation. Lutherans also believe in the Holy Trinity.
The inception of the Baptist church can be traced back to 1609 with the enterprises of English separatist, John Smith. One of the sect's primary movements is to reject the baptism of infants, and instead, institute it only in believing adults. Salvation through Baptists is by faith alone, and they honor scripture solely as the order of faith and practice, and they trust that faith is a matter between God and the individual.
The Christian community has been divided into sub-sects, though they all believed in the same God through the salvation of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Two of the similar but different sub-sects are the Lutherans and Baptists. They have a lot of things in common, but they have some things that differentiate them. Though they use the same holy bible, but there are some slight differences in their doctrines, dogmas and teaching or teaching methods.
The Lutherans seem to be more sacramental in theology, but the Baptists are more commemorative and experienced. The Lutheran started in the 16th century by Martin Luther King. This was aimed at reforming the Christian society by the teaching of justification by God’s grace alone through faith. On the other hand, the Baptist Church started with the initiative of John Smyth, an English Separatist in the year 1609. They believe in salvation through faith alone, and the faith is solely between the worshipper and his God.
The Christian community is large and split into many sub-sections. These sub-sections have different teachings and celebrations. Two of these include Lutherans and Baptists. They believe in the same God, have the Bible as their word, and hold community gatherings. Unlike Lutherans, Baptists see Baptism as a testimony and act of repentance.
It is also seen as one accepting Christ as their personal savior. Despite this difference, Lutherans still practice Baptisms and at any age. Baptists have to be a certain age, which is normally determined by the specific church. Both practice communion, and see the bread and wine as the body and blood of Christ.