I have made it my practice to read through the Book of Concord in its entirety every other year, during the summer. Two years ago I posted an encouragement for others to read along with me using a schedule that gets us through the whole thing by the end of summer.
Today is the first day of this schedule, so if anyone wants to read along again this summer, now’s the time. The first few days are for reading the introductory material, so it’s okay if you’re a little late.
Now is also a good time to pick up a copy of the Readers Edition of the Book of Concord. It’s on sale for just $20 at Concordia Publishing House. If you want to follow this schedule, but have to wait for your copy to be shipped, you can read online at bookofconcord.org.
For those who might want to discuss what you’re reading this summer, I’ve created a group over at Facebook. It’s called Lutheran Symbols in Summer. Invite your friends to read along and follow the discussion.