| Every serious, faithful Lutheran should start with Luther's sermons |
and the Book of Concord.
Looking for Lutheran New Testament commentaries? Here is a complete set online, free, by the great Henry Eyster Jacobs.
|Henry Eyster Jacobs helped translate this volume,|
and WELS pastors always bought it in the past.
The volume has great Justification by Faith posts from the
Age of Orthodoxy.
Print copies, new reprints, and old prints,
are all over Lutherdom.
Heinrich Schmid was instantly condemned by the Booze Brothers in Fox Valley, WELS, so he must be good. This is a compilation of quotations on various doctrinal topics - in English. Not only was Schmid condemned as a "false teacher," but I was pilloried for listing this link to a free, online copy of Schmid. Oh, the horror! That is how dummified the WELS graduates are today. When I was in Gawa's dogmatics class, we read through many of these quotations in class. Recently, the Mordor class notes stamped JBFA quotations for dogmatics class as MISLEADING!
| Tyndale and Shakespeare (Oxford) established the English language. The Tyndale translation was the basis for the |
King James Version. The KJV is literature.
One of the most viewed paged on Ichabod is this extensive list of Lutheran resources, including Luther, Melanchthon, and many other authors of interest to faithful Lutherans.