CPH — Concordia Triglotta back in print by popular demand!

Concordia Publishing House has re-published by popular demand an out-of-print edition of the Book of Concord, Bente’s Triglotta. Get your copy here. This is a unique edition of the Book of Concord featuring the text of the Lutheran Confessions in … Continue reading

Videos on the Apocrypha Now Available

Concordia Publishing House has recently released a new resource that will allow readers to immerse themselves in Lutheran heritage. The Apocrypha: The Lutheran Edition with Notes is a collection of texts that, while not divinely inspired, are helpful for Christians … Continue reading

WMLTblog — Latest from CPH: The What?

Found on WMLTblog:   As a child attending Lutheran school, I remember our annual parading outside the school building on October 31, all children, pastors, and staff lining up on the west side of the building (facing the Roman Catholic church four blocks away) … Continue reading

Excellent resource on sale – one of the keys to understanding our Life Together debates

Luther’s work “On Christian Freedom” was required reading at seminary.  It provided a great way to understand the freedom we have in Christ (by faith) and also the bonds we have to one another (by love).  This is as I … Continue reading

Now on CPH — Rev Matthew Harrison Bio and Links

Found on CPH at this link is a new page giving Matthew Harrison’s Bio and links to books, videos, Recommended reading, and other sections. One of the videos found on this section of the CPH website: And the Bio: Dr. … Continue reading

President Harrison’s “Little Book of Joy” now available through CPH

Several people have written comments on this website and elsewhere, “Where can I order Little Book of Joy?” .. well, as found on Cyberbrethren, it is now available from CPH! I have it on good authority that “At Home in … Continue reading

Dare to Read — Like a Lutheran. The Essential Lutheran Library

Found on Cyberbrethren and here — an ad that CPH is putting on Higher Things that might be useable on your own blogs across the web. Link it to http://www.cph.org/TELL if you do make use of this image. … Continue reading