I know I’m more likely to announce a new release than review one, but a few more reviews are heading your way. I love spring reading. Hmm, perhaps January onward reading that relaxes me from the holidays while fostering whatever I may need at any given time: catharsis, energy, focus, relaxation, or plain old imagination time! Today’s review is on a fairly recent CPH release, Reading Romans with Luther by R. J. Grunewald. Continue reading
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I don’t listen to much Christian radio. The theological emphases often get on my nerve. Still, when I was in St. Louis, I’d enjoy listening to KFUO, either their talk radio or (back then) their classical station. Anyway, I’ve come to find out there’s another Lutheran radio station! KNGN is a radio station broadcasting into Nebraska and Kansas and may be the world’s only independent full-powered LCMS radio station!
In the fall of last year, (LCMS) Rev. Robin D. Fish released a great book: Useful Hymns: For Worship, Prayer, and Instruction in the Lutheran Church School and Home. I blogged about it back then and now I happily offer my Useful Hymns review.
Today’s post will be a cluster of Stephen Grant reviews. The Stephen Grant series is a pretty well-known Lutheran series by Ray Keating, so it’s high time I reviewed them!
Today my charming husband offers us a guest post: a review of The Angels’ Portion: A Clergyman’s Whisk(e)y Narrative, Volume II.
I like many kinds of books, but sometimes I find one that makes me think, “Wow, did he really just go there?” The Gift and the Defender is one of those books in the best sense possible. Adventure and unbelievable “fortune” collide as LCMS Pastor Tyrel Bramwell offers an insightful tale about human nature.