|Yes, this developed during the malignant reign of Matt the Fatt and Paul the Plagiarist. Bruce the Fake PhD was not available for the portrait.|
In a recent blog post, you included several examples of items from the Concordia Publishing House catalog for Reformation 500 that show disdain for Martin Luther and the Reformation.
I would nominate for inclusion in the Hall of Shame the following item which is still available from the CPH website:
Luther's Rose Men's dress socks. Includes the words “Here I stand” on the bottom.
I was very disappointed that the LCMS and other Lutheran bodies did not promote Martin Luther and his teachings in 2017. The 500th anniversary of the Reformation was a golden opportunity to do so, but they did not. As you wrote, Lutheran synodical leaderships have lost faith in the efficacy of God's Word. They don't believe in what they publicly profess.
Several months ago I bought and read your book Catholic, Lutheran, and Protestant. I found it to be a very good description of the differences between Roman Catholicism, Lutheranism, and Protestantism/Calvinism. And I found it to be a very good exposition of confessional Lutheran principles.
I wrote a review in Amazon and I made the point that if the Lutheran denominations couldn't muster the energy to promote their own doctrines, then they would have done well simply to carpet-bomb America with your book: a clear, straight-forward exposition of Lutheran theology that any layman could pick up, read, and understand.
A Layman Who Reads