Lucky To Be Lutheran

I stumbled on a Lutheran title for you: Lucky To Be Lutheran: The First 101 Reasons Whywritten by LCMS author Dennis C. Brewer.

Here is the Amazon blurb (paragraphs breaks added):

This book goes beyond a dry narrative; it has a hearty filling of substance, subtle humor, solid doctrine, and commonsense insights about being a Lutheran layperson in today’s world. It is one man’s witness to learning about living a life filled with sin yet buoyed by faith and exonerated by forgiveness as a Lutheran Christian.

Think of this book as an open window into what it is like living life and believing in the Triune God as a Lutheran. Reading this book can inform lifelong Lutherans, soon-to-be born-again Christians, and anyone just wanting to learn a little bit about this unique denomination of Christianity. From this book learn what it means to be a Lutheran from a layman’s perspective. Gain an understanding of some central Christian beliefs from this book.

This text is informative to anyone as an invaluable introduction for recent newcomers to the faith or those taking the first steps to join a local LCMS congregation. Think of this book as an open window into what it is like living life and believing in the Triune God as a Lutheran Christian. What one Lutheran Church Missouri Synod layman learned and believes as a lifelong Lutheran from 65 plus years’ worth of Sunday sermons and services.

Lucky to Be (TM) Lutheran presents 101 plus reasons why the Author feels Lucky to Be a Lutheran Christian. In that line of thinking the 103rd reason could be I am lucky to be Lutheran because I learned enough to write this book. There are many more reasons Lutherans Christians are blessed by their faith, this book covers what the author considers the most important ones. Think of this book as an open window into what it is like living life and believing in the Triune God as a Lutheran Christian. What one Lutheran Church Missouri Synod layman learned and believes as a lifelong Lutheran from 65 plus years’ worth of Sunday sermons and services.

Interesting! I’d be very curious to see this. 

Dennis Brewer also has several books about RVs, retirement, leadership, etc. A very interesting looking selection, so be sure to check it out here. 🙂 

 

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