Friday, October 29, 2010
Saturday, October 23, 2010
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Well, the good news is that I passed the Latin proficiency exam I took last week (only three more language exams to go!); but the bad news is that the mid-term exam in my class on "The Catholic Reformation from 1400-1560" was impossible. I actually thought I was decently prepared, but he pulled out some minutiae that just . . . wow. Well, it's over. Gotta move on.
Sunday, October 17, 2010
The wearing of "throwback" uniforms is a fad that has run its course. No one likes these uniforms. They are ugly. There is a reason why they are not being used anymore. Please stop. We like our teams to look like our teams. Thank you.
Friday, October 15, 2010
Saturday, October 9, 2010
CPH is having a sale you might want to check out.
First, the Readers Edition of the Book of Concord is on sale. The hardback edition is on sale for $20 (regularly $31). But you may want to check out the "premium leather edition" which is on sale for $25 (regularly $70!!). That's 64% off for you math majors. Click here to see the leather, and here to see the hardcover.
Secondly, a new book called "Lutheranism 101" is on sale. I have not read it yet, but it has been receiving many good reviews. I just ordered one - they're on sale right now for $15 (regularly $25). Check it out here.
Third, the new and improved edition of Walther's Law and Gospel is on sale for $20 (regularly $30). This book contains a series of lectures given by our first synodical president to the students at Concordia Seminary on how to preach, rightly dividing God's Word of truth as Law and Gospel. It is a must read for every seminarian and pastor, and good for layfolk as well. Click here for information.
Lastly, the sale on the Lutheran Study Bible continues. There are many editions to choose from. Go here to check them out.
I'm not sure how long all these sales will last for, so go check them out! And if you want to see any of these books before buying them, just let me know - I will be happy to show them to you. (Unless, of course, you are reading this blog from somewhere across the US or the world. Then you're on your own!)