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I am very pleased to announce the newest addition to historiclectionary.com. Lessons for Lambs is a series of 65 bulletin inserts that follow all of the Sundays of the one-year lectionary. They are two pages, designed to be folded in half as a little booklet. Lessons for Lambs is the brain child of Heidi Sias, […]
I translated a nifty article from “Magazin für Ev.-Luth. Homiletik und Pastoraltheologie” a while back called “How A Pastor Can Treat the Chief Doctrines in One Year”. Thanks to the folks at Scribd, I have uploaded the document there. Mind you, it’s a rough translation. Be gentle. Regardless, it’s readable and could be profitable for […]
A gentleman by the name of John Simon from Austin, TX has recorded the Greek New Testament read in Greek and Latin. The mp3 files are free. Visit his website here. He’s recording the Hebrew Old Testament right now. 29 chapters of Genesis are finished.
Pastor Weedon, browsing through the 1613 Magdeburg service book, found three antiphons he particularly enjoyed (free liturgical texts). He translated them here, here and here, and then pondered in his heart what it would be like to have them in English to sing. I capitulated, naturally. Here are three antiphons for use at the daily […]