Monday, October 4, 2010

Lutheranism 101

A dear parishioner, Yvonne, brought her copy of "Lutheranism 101" with her to Church this morning and I got to review it during fellowship time (my copy hasn't arrived yet; hopefully Monday).  I really love this new resource and look forward to using it in a variety of catechetical situations.  I think it will be just perfect for Adult Confirmation classes and refresher courses for long-time Lutherans.  Oh, and I just love the feel of the book - it's a little smaller than I thought it would be, which makes it light and easy to handle.  Kudos to CPH for yet another gem!

A few pics of me reviewing the book (I know, I know - just like one of those "confessional guys"; always have their heads in books . . . blah, blah, blah :)



Scott Diekmann said...

I see your pic made it over to Cyberbrethren. Maybe you've discovered a secondary career in book modeling!

Frank Gillespie said...
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Frank Gillespie said...

The book is huge! I thought it was going to be smaller... sweet!

Rev. Thomas C. Messer, SSP said...


Sounds good to me. How do I go about starting that secondary career? Know any agents? :)


It's actually smaller than it looks. I think it's the perfect size. As I said in the post, I love the way it feels - very easy to handle.

Frank Gillespie said...

No matter what size it is, I'm looking forward to receiving my three copies! (I ordered three so I can give two away as gifts)

Scott Diekmann said...

Just give it a few days Pastor Messer. I'm sure as soon as a few more people see your photo the agents will be swarming.