Reading

2013

  1. The Conservative Reformation (C.P. Krauth)
  2. The Lord of the Rings (J.R.R. Tolkien)

2012

  1. Final Victory: Contemplating the Death and Funeral of a Christian (Bryan Wolfmueller)
  2. Rooted in the Faith: Preparation for Church Membership (Charles Arand)
  3. United in Christ: Preparation for Christian Marriage (Scott Stiegemeyer)
  4. The Synodical Conference (Armin Schuetze)
  5. Toward Lutheran Union (Graebner, Kretzmann)
  6. Grace upon Grace (John Kleinig)
  7. Love & Respect (Dr. Emerson Eggerichs)
  8. Lutheran Education: From Wittenberg to the Future (Thomas Korcok)
  9. Law & Gospel: How to Read and Apply the Bible (C.F.W. Walther)
  10. The Narrow Lutheran Middle (Daniel Deutschlander)
  11. Handbook of Consolations (Johann Gerhard)
  12. The Brothers Karamzov (Fyodor Dostoyevsky)
  13. Family Vocation (Gene Edward Veith, Mary Moerbe)
  14. Christless Christianity (Michael Horton)
  15. He Remembers the Barren (Katie Schuermann)
  16. The Bondage of the Will – LW 33 (Martin Luther)
  17. The Hobbit (J.R.R. Tolkien)
  18. The Defense Never Rests (Craig Parton)
  19. Bearing the Cross: Devotions on Albrecht Dürer’s Small Passion (Carolyn Brinkley)
  20. Postmodern Times (Gene Edward Veith)
  21. The Chronicles of Narnia (C.S. Lewis)
  22. The Examination of the Council of Trent, vol. 3 (Martin Chemnitz)
  23. Sacred Meditations (Johann Gerhard)

2011

  1. God So Loved the World (Lyle Lange, NPH)
  2. Whether Soldiers, Too, Can Be Saved (Martin Luther LW 46)
  3. Positively Lutheran (John Braun, NPH)
  4. The Kingdom of Christ (J.P. Meyer)
  5. Dying to Live (Harold Senkbeil)
  6. The Papacy Evaluated (E.G. Behm)
  7. Johann Kilian, Pastor (George Nielsen)
  8. A Tale of Two Synods: Events That Led to the Split between Wisconsin and Missouri (Mark Braun)
  9. The Christian & Birth Control (Robert Fleischmann)
  10. Working the Angles: The Shape of Pastoral Integrity (Eugene H. Peterson)
  11. On Being a Christian: a personal confession (Henry Hamann)
  12. Motivation for Ministry: perspectives for every pastor (Nathan Pope)
  13. Crime and Punishment (Fyodor Dostoyevsky)
  14. First Conversation (Bethesda Institute)
  15. What in the World Is Going On?: Identifying Hollow and Deceptive Worldviews (David C. Thompson)
  16. Down Range: to Iraq and Back (Bridget C. Cantrell, Ph.D., & Chuck Dean)
  17. Examination of the Council of Trent, part 2 (Martin Chemnitz)
  18. Why Johnny Can’t Sing Hymns (T. David Gordon)
  19. The Cradle and the Crucible: A history of the forming of the Arizona-California District (Charles E. Found)
  20. The Ministry of the Word (John Brug)
  21. Ministry, Word, and Sacraments: An Enchiridion (Martin Chemnitz)
  22. Gazelles, Baby Steps, and 37 Other Things Dave Ramsey Taught Me About Debt (Jon Acuff)
  23. Strong Father, Strong Daughters (Dr. Meg Meeker)
  24. The Hammer of God (Bo Giertz)
  25. Luther’s Liturgical Music (Robin Leaver)
  26. Why Johnny Can’t Preach (T. David Gordon)
  27. The Theology of the Cross (Daniel Deutschlander)

2010

  1. Church Fellowship (John F. Brug)
  2. Examination of the Council of Trent: Part I (Martin Chemnitz)
  3. Creating Relevent Rituals (Chris Harris)
  4. The Hammer of God (Bo Giertz)
  5. What’s Going on Among the Lutherans (Patsy Leppien)
  6. Christ: Jesus is My Lord (Kruschel)
  7. Holy Spirit: the Giver of Life by Vogt
  8. Curious Journey (Hunter/Dingus)
  9. Redeeming Science (Poythress)
  10. I Trust When Dark My Road (Todd Peperkorn)
  11. Anna Karenina (Tolstoy)
  12. Financial Peace Revisited (Ramsey)
  13. Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions
  14. Kent Hrbek’s Tales from the Minnesota Twins Dugout (Hrbek)
  15. The Proper Distinction Between Law & Gospel (C.F.W Walther) (old version)
  16. God So Loved the World (Lyle Lange)
  17. Singing the Gospel: Lutheran Hymns and the Success of the Reformation by Christopher Boyd Brown
  18. Lutheranism 101

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