I thought I’d round up Lutheran Christmas books. Yes, serious books, but also less serious ones. Primarily those you won’t necessarily find doing a quick search on CPH. (Though, you know, DO search for Christmas on CPH! 🙂 Actually, here: I’ll do it for you.) Anyway, check out my list and help me to grow it by sending me more names and titles. 🙂
Tag Archives: Christmas books
Lutheran Christmas Books
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Christmas Read Alouds
Hello! I saw a neat (not particularly Lutheran) article and thought I’d share it: 10 Christmas Stories Every Father Should Read to His Children. I hadn’t even heard of a bunch of these, and Christmas read alouds can be so great!
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Review of Scrooge
Today I offer you a review of Scrooge and the Question of God’s Existence by Lutheran author Steve Luhring. It’s graced with a foreword from Dr. Paul Maier, himself, who boasts in both the premise and the delivery of this apologetic, philosophical yet fun to read novel.
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An early Christmas present! My dad wrote the post I meant to! 🙂 Here’s a link to some ideas for Christmas movies and reading.
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