Here’s a list of my updated Lenten 2022 Resources. 🙂 I feel like it’s a sign that I’m on one year and others are on three. I posted my list and then a bunch of new things came out. Ha ha haa
Monthly Archives: February 2022
This new release strikes me at once as hilarious and brilliant: Mark Mattes—whom you may know from Law & Gospel in Action, Martin Luther’s Theology of Beauty, or other writings—has just published another book through 1517, The Augsburg Confession: A Guide for the Perplexed.
Lutheran professor Dr. Thomas Korcok (which I believe is pronounced more like Core-chalk) has just released a second book: Serpents in the Classroom: The Poisoning of Modern Education & How the Church Can Cure it.
Rev. Dr. Gerhard Aho was a beloved professor at Concordia Theological Seminary, who was well known for his homiletic and rhetorical skills (his dissertation, The Preaching of F.G. Hedberg, was recognized as one of the most outstanding discourses in the field of rhetoric by the professional speech society). One of his books, The Lively Skeleton: Thematic Approaches and Outlines is now back in print through the CTSFW press.
Time for my Lenten Resources 2022 post. I’ve got some great ones from the past and several new finds!
The good news is that I actually had people trying to comment with Lenten resources! And they look great! The bad news is that comment feature wasn’t working, apparently due to conflicting plugins & failure to comply with European mandates.
The good news is that I’m pretty sure I fixed it! The less good news is that that ate my up writing time and I’ve tweaked various things so who knows what I may have broken in the process. 🙂
So sorry! Let me know when something’s broken! Ha haa I’ll try to have the Lenten resources up on Friday (for anyone coming back just for that).
Thanks for your patience!