Shopping for an early-to-elementary-stage reader? Then you’ll want to know that today Lutheran author Tyrel Bramwell releases his second installment of A Fern & Dale Fairy Tale, The Bird Battle of Artisan Alley!
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We can admit that even academically-minded Lutherans can have wide gaps in the Lutheran theologians they’ve studied. We could probably demonstrate that pretty easily with a timeline. Luther’s time? Check. Walther’s time? Check. Other times? Well . . . not so much. Yet, thanks be to God that there have been faithful theologians and pastors in every age. (Right?!) And along the lines of learning about additional Lutheran theologians, I’m pleased to announce an “English-Speaking Appreciation of [the contemporary theologian] Oswald Bayer,” titled Promising Faith for a Ruptured Age.
A new edition of a Christmas classic: A Christmas Carol (Annotated): In Prose Being a Ghost Story of Christmas is now available with forward by Lutheran Rev. Sam Schuldheisz!
Now here’s a great release to announce! Led By the Spirit: How Charismatic Is New Testament Christianity, by Victor C. Pfitzner, is now available through CPH with a new introduction and annotated bibliography by Lutheran seminary professor Dr. John Pless.
Lutheran pastor, writer, and refined drinker, Rev. Chris Thoma has released another book: The Angels’ Portion: A Clergyman’s Whisk(e)y Narrative, Vol. 4.