Here’s an interesting semi-recent release! Back in November, LCMS pastor wife Sheila Dasch published her first book, Behind the Collar: A Pastor’s Wife’s Journey From Illusion to Reality.
Monthly Archives: September 2021
Behind the Collar
A Place Not Forgotten
Rev. John R. Schmidtke has published a book this summer: A Place Not Forgotten: Inspiration and Encouragement for Those Who Care about the City.
A Lutheran educator has tackled a great project! Philip Schaffer has put together a short novella, Iter Aeneae, adopted from Vergil’s Aeneid, for beginning Latin students. I LOVE THE IDEA! I’ll have to check it out and I recommend you to also. 🙂
This is the first in a trilogy. If you don’t know, Iter Aeneae means journey of Aeneas, so this book is about his wandering from Troy to Carthage. Awesome.
The Doctrine of Justification
The Weidner Institute has published another book, The Doctrine of Justification: Theological Essays from the Weidner Institute.
Lutheran author Rev. Dr. Matthew Richard, whom you may know from his first book, Will the Real Jesus Please Stand Up? released his next book, Minute Messages: Gospel-Filled Devotions for Every Occasion yesterday.
Filed under Devotional, New Release
Today Rev. Dr. Kirk Triplett releases his book, Affirmed: Building the Positive Mental Health of Your Pastor. 🙂 You may remember his fundraiser for it from a post back in June.
100 Days of Dante
I meant to blog about 100 Days of Dante, but I don’t think I did.
Filed under Resource
Harrison goes through a few CPH titles
I woke up, thought, “Hmm, I don’t think I scheduled a blog post,” checked Facebook, and found this:
🙂 Some really good titles in there!
May God bless and lead Dr. Harrison and the leadership & writers of CPH and all our other Lutheran publishing endeavors!
2021-2022 Adult Greek and Latin Online Classes
I love words and languages, so I trust you’ll allow me to advertise, once again, the Adult Greek and Latin online classes taught by Rev. Charles Henrickson.
Without a Doubt
Today’s post is a review of Lutheran author Donna Hues‘ first (of three) in the MN Mystery series, Without a Doubt Accident or Murder.
Filed under Reviews