**IgnatianPhilo ** raised this question on “Christians; what does a person have to believe/profess…” thread.
And I found this about Methodists and Lutherans:
Many Protestants (especially those belonging to the magisterial traditions, such as Lutherans, or those such as Methodists, that broke away from the Anglican Communion) accept the teachings of the first seven councils but do not ascribe to the councils themselves the same authority as Roman Catholics and the Eastern Orthodox do. The Lutheran World Federation, in ecumenical dialogues with the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople has affirmed all of the first seven councils as ecumenical and authoritative.
The Seven Ecumenical Councils: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_seven_Ecumenical_Councils
It seems the Church is uniting on past misunderstandings!