We must also lessen the number of theological books, and choose the best; for it is not the number of books that make the learned man; nor much reading, but good books often read, however few, make a man learned in the Scriptures and pious. – Martin Luther

Lutheran Library Updates – June 2018

Lutheran Library Updates – June 2018

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New Releases

The Lutheran Library published 5 books in May: The Sayings of Charles Krauth, A Selection of Sermons by Samuel Laird, The True Church by Emanuel Greenwald, Devotional Readings from Luther’s Works For Every Day of the Year, and Funeral Sermons by Lutheran Divines edited by Rev. Lewis Herman Schuh. If you missed any of these, they are still available for download by clicking the links.

Format Updates

As of today, 23 Lutheran Library titles are available in version 2 (v2) format. If you acquired any of these ebooks more than a month or two ago, you might want to request an update. Here are the authors and titles now released in v2:

Dau, William Herman Theodore, (1864-1944)

Luther Examined and Reexamined

Greenwald, Emanuel, (1811-1885)

Baptism of Children

The True Church

Horine, Mahlon C., (1838-1917)

Practical Reflections on the Book of Ruth

Jacobs, Henry Eyster, (1844-1932)

Summary of the Christian Faith

Keyser, Leander Sylvester, (1856-1937)

The Conflict of Fundamentalism and Modernism

Krauth, Charles Porterfield, (1823-1883)

The Sayings of Krauth

Laird, Samuel, (1835-1913)

Selection of Sermons

Lehmanowsky, John Jacob, (1773-1858)

Under Two Captains – The Autobiography of John Jacob Lehmanowsky

Lichtenstein, Isaac, (1824-1908)

An Appeal to the Jewish People

Loy, Matthias, (1828-1915)

Doctrine of Justification

Long, Simon Peter, (1860-1929)

The Way Made Plain

Prepare to Meet Thy God

Sander, John (1850-1937)

Devotional Readings from Luther’s Works

Schmauk, Theodore Emanuel, (1860-1920)

The Confessional Principle and The Confessions of The Lutheran Church As Embodying The Evangelical Confession of The Christian Church

Schuh, Lewis Herman, (1858-1936)

Funeral Sermons from Lutheran Divines

Scriver, Christian, (1629-1693)

Gotthold’s Emblems

Whitteker, John Edwin, (1851-1925)

Gospel Truths

Carr, Walter E.

The Story of Five Dogs

Jackson, Gabrielle Emilie, (1861-)

The Adventures Of Tommy Postoffice: The True Story Of A Cat by Gabrielle Emilie Jackson

Tappan, Eva March, (1854-1930)

Dixie Kitten

Young, Egerton Ryerson, (1840-1909)

My Dogs in the Northland

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Lutheran Treasury of Prayers

Thank you

Thank you for your interest in the books of these heroic Christian men. Read them, love them, enjoy them.

And thank you for your prayers for Christ’s church, for the young people, and for us. May God continue to save and take care of His sheep.

The goal of the Lutheran Library is to re-release well-written and readable books from sound, faithful American Lutherans of the past for the enjoyment and edification of a new generation. All books are available at lutheranlibrary.org for free download in a variety of formats for Kindle, Apple, and other devices.

Your help is appreciated in spreading the word as often and in as many ways as you feel is appropriate.

May God bless you and keep you, help you, defend you, and lead you to know the depth of His love. Amen


Ed.

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