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Books of the Month 2008
 

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Visitation
by Dr. Arthur Just & Rev. Scott Kinnaman

Visitation is carefully designed to put immediately useful resources into the glove compartment, briefcase, or pocket of healthcare workers, deaconesses, pastors, and all those who visit distressed, sick, and suffering Christians.

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On the Nature of God and Trinity - Theological Commonplaces
by Johann Gerhard

Gerhard addresses the Christian faith doctrine by doctrine in an accessible style. Gerhard interacts with the writings of the Church fathers, Luther and his contemporaries, and the Catholic, Reformed, and Unitarian theologians of his day.

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Books of the Month 2007
 

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The Blessings of Weekly Communion
 by Rev. Ken Wieting

Great spiritual blessings come to Christians who partake of the Lord's Supper on the Lord's Day. They receive a "visible Word" which gives to them the forgiveness of sins, life and salvation.
 

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A Seminary in Crisis
by
Paul Zimmerman

This book recounts events in The Lutheran ChurchóMissouri Synod (LCMS) leading up to the 1974 walkout at Concordia Seminary, Saint Louis.

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Easter Is for Me!
 by Dandi Daley Mackall

In engaging rhyme and winsome illustrations, Easter is for Me! encourages children to see that Jesus lived, died, and conquered sin, death, and the devil -- on their behalf.

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Marriage Is Like Dancing
by Dr. Richard Eyer

Marriage Is Like Dancing uses the biblical themes of the image of God and the mystery of the one flesh union of marriage to assert that marriage is not whatever we choose to make of it, but it is what God has made it to be.

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Lutheran Spirituality: Word
by John Pless

Spirituality is a common term today, but what does it mean? To find the right answer, Lutheran Spirituality directs adult Bible study participants to God's Word. Lutheran Spirituality explores the Bible, Luther's Small Catechism, and the Lutheran hymnal as integral resources for living out our faith in a spiritually confused--and confusing--world.

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Reading the Psalms
by Martin Luther

From their origination, the psalms have been the prayer book of the people of God. And since Christ's ascension to the right hand of God, the Christian faithful have found in their words promise, comfort, guidance, challenge, confession, absolution, and, of course, Christ.

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The Real Story of Creation
 by Dr. Paul L. Maier

In eloquent and authoritative language accompanied by realistic paintings, this book describes what we know about the creation of the world as revealed in Scripture.

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Worldviews:
A Christian Response to Religious Pluralism

 by
Anthony Steinbronn

The book examines the postmodern perspective that views the Christian church as only one of many brands in the ideological supermarket.

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God Made It for You!: The Creation Story
by Charles Lehmann

In God's act of creation, He brought the universe into existence by the power of His word, then He gave it to us. My book seeks to bring into the child's imagination the awesomeness of God's creative act while at the same time making it personal for them.

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Lutheran Pastors and Politics: Issues in the Public Square
by Jeff Walz and Steven R. Montreal

Pastors serve their parishioners' spiritual needs and often address community and social issues, including politics. While much is known about how the public views politics, what about pastoral opinion?

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What Happened to Merry Christmas?
by
Robert C. Baker

This visually-stunning picture book for children asks, "What happened to Merry Christmas?"

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Lutherans Against Hitler: The Untold Story
by Lowell C.  Green

For decades, Lutherans have been accused of a passivistic response to Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich. In this careful analysis of original documents and the personal reflections of those involved in the church struggle under Hitler, Green seeks to set history straight.

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Books of the Month 2006
 

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Irrigating Deserts
by Joel D. Heck

This book looks at the education of C. S. Lewis, both as he received it in his formative years and as he dispensed it in his mature years.

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Concordia Commentary Series: Ezekiel
by Horace D. Hummel

Ezekiel contains some of Scripture's most mysterious visions and oracles. The Lord gave this priestly prophet a powerful message of Law and Gospel.

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He Is Risen, Indeed!
by David Erickson

This picture book depicts the drama of Easter morning in words from Scripture (ESV translation) and in beautiful, realistic illustrations. David Erickson's eloquent paintings capture the events of Good Friday and Easter morning.
 
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Mommy Promises!
by Julie Stiegemeyer

Mommy Promises is a warm and inviting review of the promises mothers make to their children.

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A Theology to Live By: The Practical Luther for the Practicing Christian
by Herman A. Preus

From creation, to the fall, to the life under the cross, Preus shows that the story of salvation is knit together as one garment, so that we rejoice in the fullness of that which we have received. The application to Christian living gives people an immediate resource for direction, one not dictated by arbitrary cultural notions of "practicality" but directed by the Word of God.

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Reasonable Ethics
by
Robert Benne

The author explores how adhering to Lutheran theology and ethics may lead to conservative convictions in political, cultural, economic, and churchly matters in this collection of the best of his writings.

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The Land of Milk and Honey
by John A. Beck

The land of Israel is a land of milk, honey and hope. It is a land whose geography and theological message are intimately linked.

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Luther's World of Thought
by Heinrich Bornkamm

This study of Luther, will enhance the reader's understanding of the context of Lutheran theology, and brings some of Luther's less-known ideas into clearer focus.

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Listening to Luther
by Martin Luther

A wonderful devotional or personal study aid, this recording includes the Six Chief Parts from Luther's Small Catechism, Daily Prayers, Table of Duties, and the Christian Questions with Their Answers and the six catechetical hymns by Martin Luther.

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The Apostles' Creed 
by Jim Gimbel

As children learn many of the truths the Bible teaches about God, they begin to learn how He is three persons and yet only one God.


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The Great Jesus Debates 
by Douglas W.  Johnson

This book reviews the major Christological controversies in the Early Church that shaped the language the church uses when she speaks of the person and work of Jesus Christ.

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From Heaven Above 
by Martin Luther

From Heaven Above recalls the awe of the miraculous birth of our Lord and celebrates our joyous response as His dear children. The favorite Christmas hymns by Martin Luther, "From Heaven Above to Earth I Come" and "Welcome to Earth, O Noble Guest," serve as the text for this Christmas picture book.

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Books of the Month 2005

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Discourses in Matthew: Jesus Teaches the Church
by Dr. David P. Scaer.

Focusing his exploration on Jesus' Five Discourses, Scaer demonstrates that Matthew was written as catechesis, a method in concert with its content and organization. The discourses summarize the message the disciples are to carry to "all nations" and each discourse builds on its predecessors to culminate in the narrative of Jesus' death and resurrection, which is the Gospel's interpretive key.

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Concordia Commentary: Joshua
by Dr. Adolph L Harstad

Joshua narrates Israel's conquest and inheritance of the Promised Land in fulfillment of God's gracious plan. Joshua prefigures Christ as he faithfully leads God's people, like the church militant, through battle into triumph.

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Selected Sermons of Norman Nagel
by Dr. Norman Nagel

This collection of more than fifty sermons represents a lifetime of preaching by one of the foremost expositors in the LCMS.   This book is a rich source of pithy phrases, quotable quotes, stories, illustrations, and biblical insights to help pastors improve their preaching skills.

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The Lord Will Answer:
A Daily Prayer Catechism

Grow each day through this timeless collection of heartfelt requests and the Lordís faithful answers presented in one-page, easy-to-use devotions.
 
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The Fire and the Staff
by Klemet I. Preus

The Fire and the Staff captures the relationship between doctrine and practice. Doctrine is like a fire. It lights our way and warms us. Doctrine and practice are more closely related, even interdependent, than is often realized. Doctrine affects practice and practice affects doctrine.

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Lutheran Book of Prayer
5th Edition

This beautifully bound volume contains personal prayers for almost every life circumstance, including:
prayers for morning and evening, our life of worship, throughout the church year, for the church,
for the nation and the world, for family and neighbors , for the sick, convalescing, and the dying,
personal prayers, and more.

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Handling the Word of Truth: Law and Gospel in the Church Today

 by John Pless

This book draws on C. F. W. Waltherís Law and Gospel theses to present and apply these foundational truths to contemporary Christian faith and living.

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The Anonymous God
by
Adams, David L., ed ; Schurb, Ken, ed

This book examines American civil religion in the light of historic Christianity.

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Who Really Wrote the Book of Mormon?
by
 Wayne L. Cowdrey, Howard A. Davis, & Arthur Vanick

Was The Book of Mormon given to Joseph Smith by an angel or created from a work of fiction?

Who was Solomon Spalding and did he have a connection with Joseph Smith?

This book critically examines key historical documents, personal testimonies, and records of 19th-century Mormon history concluding that The Book of Mormon is an "adaptation of an obscure historical novel" written by Revolutionary War veteran Solomon Spalding during the War of 1812.

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Follow and Do Gift Set
by
Joni Walker

Six picture books for ages 4 and up help children understand how faith basics apply to their lives. As children learn, they become active participants in worship.


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Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions-A Reader's Edition of the Book of Concord
by
William H. T. Dau and Gerhard F. Bente

This book is a remarkable new edition of the Book of Concord. For the first time, the Lutheran Confessions are available at an affordable price in a readerís edition.


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The Shepherd's Christmas Story
 by Dandi Daley Mackall

The shepherds are significant symbols in the Christmas story. The angel of the Lord announced the Messiah's birth to the humblest, lowest people, and not to kings in their palaces or priests in their temples.

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Books of the Month 2004
 

Photo: When God Becomes My Enemy

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When God Becomes My Enemy
by Ingvar Floysvick

This study of the Complaint Psalms is specifically focused in exploring their theology. The book examines what the ancient Israelites did when their experiences led them to perceive God as an enemy and the underlying theological assumptions of these psalms.

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Photo: God's No and God's Yes

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God's No and God's Yes

by C.F.W. Walther

Condensed by Walter C. Pieper. A condensed version of some of Walther's Friday evening "Luther Hour" conversations with his student pastors. Addresses 25 theses related to the proper distinction between Law and Gospel. This is a more popularized version of Walther's "The Proper Distinction between Law and Gospel" and it is meant for the interested layperson.

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Follow Me: Peter Lays Down His Net
by Issues, Etc. regular guest the Rev. Erik Rottmann

Simon Peter shows children a story of God's grace.

Simple language and colorful illustrations tell children the narrative story of Peter's life with Jesus,a especially the week leading to Jesus' death and resurrection. As children learn about Peter and his time with Jesus, they discover how God's grace was extended through Jesus' suffering and death on behalf of all mankind.

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They Will See His Face
by Richard C. Eyer

The purpose of this book is not to speak about the liturgy as an end in itself. The purpose is to enlarge the understanding of the liturgy of the Divine Service as the way God gives healing to the soul on Sunday morning and throughout the week.

They Will See His Face examines the meaning of the Sunday morning public worship, clarifying the connection between liturgy and healing. Readers learn how worship speaks to them personally and they will come to understand the truth and benefit of public worship.

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Why I Am a Lutheran: Jesus at the Center
by Daniel Preus

Through a blend of understandable explanations and real-life stories, Why I Am a Lutheran explores the foundational teachings of the Christian church. In each chapter, Daniel Preus calls upon more than twenty years of pastoral experience to reveal Jesus as the center of the Christian faith. As he addresses central doctrines such as sin and grace, Law and Gospel, the person and work of Jesus Christ, worship, the Sacraments, and the office of the ministry, Preus keeps the focus on Jesus Christówho is "always and only at the center of all Christian teaching."

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Leviticus: Concordia Commentary
by John Kleinig

This commentary explores how each chapter of Leviticus finds its fulfillment in Jesus ChristóHis earthly life, atoning death, resurrection, and ongoing ministry in the heavenly sanctuary on behalf of His people on Earth. Using the methods of ritual analysis, it examines the agents, enactment, and theological purpose of each of the instructions given in the divine speeches in Leviticus.

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Modern Fascism
by Gene Edward Veith

This book clearly defines fascism, a complex core of ideas that exalts the nation-state or race; disregards the individual and the individual's rights; employs thought control and strict regimentation; and disregards moral objectivity. Dr. Veith shows how fascism is shaping society, unwittingly as well as knowingly. He carefully clarifies fascism's relation to other ideas that also mold our thinking. Most important, he skillfully and convincingly combines historical narrative, cultural criticism, and theological analysis, offering guidance and hope for those jostled and shaken by ideological crosscurrents.

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Is God Listening?
by Dr. Andrew Steinmann

 Dr. Steinmann winsomely upholds the unique biblical Lutheran view of prayer in this book. Many books on prayer fall into the trap of making God so personal that prayer becomes a psychological tool, a sacrament, or an act in which the believer trusts more than the work of Christ. Dr. Steinmann, in a pastoral, yet scholarly manner brings to the reader God's word and the simplicity of prayer.

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Order Restored: A Biblical Interpretation of Health Medicine and Healing
by Garth D. Ludwig

This book urges a return to the healing ministry by ministers, congregations, and Christians, through prayer, faith, and worship. The author describes disease as disorder, so healing requires the restoration of order in one's life. He separates disease and illness and notes that a person can be cured of their illness by restoring order through faith and belief while still having the disease.

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The Renaissance and Reformation Movements
Volume II - The Reformation
by Lewis W. Spitz


This book, along with its companion ( Volume I - The Renaissance), offer a panoramic history of the politico-ecclesiastical, intellectual, and cultural life of the two centuries preceding the 16th-century Reformation. Stressing the dynamic character of the 14th and 15th centuries, Spitz paints a careful portrayal of virtually every phase of life in this epoch, especially focusing on late medieval theology and particular Renaissance humanism.

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Faithfully Parenting Teens
by John R. Bucka

FAITHfully Parenting Teens offers godly advice for the challenges parents are facing today or will soon encounter. Whether the topic is friendship, school violence, drinking, driving, or dating, this book offers information to help parents anticipate their teen's challenges, needs, and changes.

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A Tree for Christmas
by Dandi Daley Mackall

A lovely focal point, today's Christmas tree is a reminder of Jesus' birth. It recalls the night the Savior was born, the night Jesus came to earth to live and to ultimately die for us.

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Books of the Month 2003
 

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       To All Eternity: The Essential Teachings of Christianity
 
by Engelbrecht, Hartwig, Senkbeil & Rottman

In To All Eternity fine works of art and stirring mediations will help you embrace and understand the eternal truths of the Bible.  Proudly display your copy on a coffee table.

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Testing the Claims of Church Growth

by Rodney E. Zwonitzer
 
 
This important study of the church growth movement by Rev. Rodney E. Zwonitzer focuses on the underlying marketing principles and whether the movement lives up to its name.

 

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Confession
& Forgiveness 

by Ted Kober

This book by defines the sources of conflict between individuals and in the local congregation and shows Christian leaders how to resolve them.

 

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The Very First Easter
 

by Dr. Paul Maier

This book offers an historically accurate description of the events surrounding Jesus' death and resurrection through Scripture and beautiful artwork.


 

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The Spirituality of the Cross
 

by Dr. Gene Edward Veith

After a journey of years through a variety of religious experiences and frustrations with mysticism and eastern religions, liberal theology and social justice programs, and several branches of Christianity, Dr. Gene Veith found answers in Christianity and specifically with "the first evangelicals [Lutherans].".

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Christian Ethics in the Workplace

 by Raymond Hilgert, Phillip Lochhaus & James Truesdell
 

In an age when business is moving faster and faster and when ethics are being stretched to the limit, where does the Christian look for guidance in facing workplace problems? This book  confronts this problem and proposes that, yes, there are clear answers--and they can be found in God's Word.

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Till the Night Be Past:
The Life and Times of Dietrich Bonhoeffer

 by Theodore J. Kleinhans

This is a highly readable biography of Dietrich Bonhoeffer that depicts the social and political world in which he matured, ministered, and died. This book gathers many interesting details from the dozen or so books written by his family, friends, and former students in the years immediately following his death at the hands of the Nazis. It is intended as an introduction to the work and world of Bonhoeffer.

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The Defense Never Rests
A Lawyer's Quest for the Gospel

 by Craig A. Parton

This powerful critique of American Christianity chronicles the spiritual pilgrimage of one man and provides a defense of the pure Gospel.

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Concordia Commentary on Colossians

 by Dr. Paul E. Deterding

The letter to the Colossians is rich in Christology, to which all the articles of faith are intimately connected. One might even argue that Colossians possesses the most profound Christology in all the New Testament. A true, biblical Christology, centered in the cross and the empty tomb, gives life and meaning to all theology.

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Lift High This Cross: The Theology of Martin Luther

by Eugene F. Klug

This book introduces Luther's faith and theology from his evangelical breakthrough in the 1510s to his last major writings on Scripture and the church.  The author explores the central features of Luther's presentation of the Christian faith, illustrating how Luther interpreted God's Word and applied it to a variety of issues in the church during the sixteenth century.

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Meditations on Divine Mercy

by Johann Gerhard
translated by Matthew C. Harrison

This book is a translation of a book of 45 prayers that Gerhard wrote prior to 1612. Now newly translated from the German, Meditations on Divine Mercy is available for English readers to enjoy and appreciate. A chapter on the purpose and benefits of prayer is also included as well as an explanation of the aspects of daily meditation.

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Photo: Saint Nicholas

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The Life of Saint Nicholas

by Julie Siegemeyer

Combining museum-quality artwork and family friendly language, this book clearly articulates how God showered His love upon us through Christ and helps children see that our own gift-giving is a grateful response to the sacrificial gift of Godís Son.

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