Monthly Archives: June 2021
I can’t complain that things at LutheranHomeschool.com are progressing pretty well. 🙂 But I’m spending more time on it lately than usual, so I’m just going to go ahead and take a week break from blogging.
There. Now it’s public and intentional, and I won’t have to feel bad about it. Ha ha ha haa. It’s only right that sometimes things take turns!
Hello! I’m a little behind on blogging (because I have reviews to write but I haven’t gotten into the right mood for that yet). 🙂 So instead of following my plan, I’m going to try to make more of a 2021 summer reading plan.
Last March I blogged about Absolutely Fearless: The Life of Raymond H Littge, Missouri’s Top Scoring WWII Fight Pilot Ace, which is about a real life Lutheran hero, Raymond Littge, a daring fighter pilot. Today I offer my review and recommendations. 🙂
Sexual morality is a hot topic, of course. I’ve done a bit of writing on it myself in Family Vocation, though you’ll see I’m pretty delicate about it. Well, my oldest daughter approaches her teens, so I’m reading up on things again. Although I’ll still have her read Family Vocation, I may also have her read Sexual Morality in a Christless World by Lutheran author and pastor Rev. Dr. Matthew Rueger.
This week I was able to participate in a wonderful, elaborate, multi-site zoom extravaganza of a CDC annual conference! No, not the Center for Disease Control, the Concordia Deaconess Conference! I am thankful to God every day for these faithful, brilliant, funny, supportive women! Still. Back to work. 😉 Today’s post is a review of a recent release, This One’s For You, Dad (Eagle River Detectives, Book One). It is written by Lutheran author Katherine Klemp.
Here’s an exciting new translation! Have you heard of Timo Laato? He is a senior lecturer and advisor in the Pastoral Theology Program at the Lutheran School of Theology in Gothenberg, Sweden, and a pastor in his native Finland. As his Amazon bio puts it, “He is an internationally recognized expert on Pauline theology and hermeneutics, and the author of Paul and Judaism: An Anthropological Approach (1995).” So, here you go: the brand new translation of Hermeneutics in Romans: Paul’s Approach to Reading the Bible for your own edification!