If I’m remembering correctly, the CPH Reads summer program started yesterday. Good thing I have lots of book recommendations for your summer reading! Including The Bulletproof Missionary by Keriz Rosado, book 3 of 6 in The Missionaries to America series by Mission Nation Publishing, a Lutheran organization I blogged about a while ago. I review it below.
The Formula of Concord: The Epitome and Solid Declaration (The Concordia Reader’s Edition) (The Concordia Reader’s Edition) Paperback – May 28, 2021
The Formula of Concord discusses and settles various theological controversies that arose during the Reformation. It provided unity and concord on the solid base of Holy Scripture. This edition includes the editor’s introductions, notes, and woodcuts found in Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions, Second Edition.
Happy birthday to me! Buy my books and leave reviews! Ha ha haa
Seriously, we’ve had family in town for my oldest daughter’s confirmation so I’m taking a little blogging break. Sure is good to be with those we’ve been parted from! I’m so thankful it’s safer to gather with family now than it has been. I’m also just overflowing with joy that my Elizabeth is confirmed! Thanks be to God!
Lutheran author and scholar Bethany Kilcrease has just released a very important book: Falsehood and Fallacy: how to Think, Read, and Write in the Twenty-First Century.
I’d like to gather names of Lutheran teachers for 2021-2022. More specifically (because we have HUGE NUMBERS of Lutheran teachers), I’m looking for Lutherans teaching (a la cart) online classes or offering online tutoring options.