Today I’ll review LCMS Rev. Richard Bolland‘s book, The Church is One: Recapturing the Lost Unity Christ Intended for His Church on Earth. To be honest, I’m able to do so many reviews this week because of long drives to and from a family funeral. So I’m sorry if this review is particularly affected by that.
Monthly Archives: November 2018
Ages ago it seems, I mentioned a new release and I’ve finally gotten around to reading it: The Unholy Trinity: Martin Luther Against the Idol of Me, Myself, and I by Rev. Dr. Michael A. Lockwood, an Aussie/ LCA pastor who received his doctorate through Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. In short, this book is absolutely fantastic.
Hi. There’s been a death in the family so I’m taking a blog break. Meanwhile, be thankful for family. 🙂 And for the promises that we will live with our believing loved-ones eternally with Christ.
I have another new release from a Lutheran author for you! Kas (Kasandra) was born in Germany and moved to the United States in her late teens. Over the next years, she translated her first story into a very broken English, which over another couple years was edited by her now husband, Josh Radke (aka Joshua Rothe of Stitched Crosses: Crusade). .
Hey. Be thankful. 🙂 Meanwhile, life on this blog will kind of go on as normal, no sales, little Thanksgiving hoopla, etc, though I’ll likely take Thursday off. Still, we’d better acknowledge the coming Advent with some 2018 Advent Resources!
As my eight-year old has already remarked, we’ve already had great weather to cozy up near a fire under a blanket with a book. One of my latest reads has been The Fires of Autumn by Lutheran author Rhonda Chandler, a piece of historical fiction that warmed me in several ways. My review is below.
You may have noticed by now that I have a lot of ideas to share in hopes that someone else writes them up. 🙂 The trend continues. I want to see someone write Big Bang Unravels. Explore how the physicals of black holes, with their different expressions of expanding and contracting, would affect the world if we really were a result of a black hole’s big bang.
I’ve come into possession of a rather large amount of the pamphlet/booklet, Why God’s Word is All We Need by Gene Edward Veith. It was part of a series called Today’s Issues published by Crossway, and was also, in one edition or another, titled Why God Gave Us A Book.
*Edited to Add: SOLD!