Book of Concord Drawing, Reformation 2017


Five hundred years ago on October 31, Martin Luther posted ninety-five theses.  Those theses sparked a discussion in the one holy catholic and apostolic Church that is still ongoing.  The first theses said:

When our Lord and Master, Jesus Christ, said ‘Repent,’ He called for the entire life of believers to be one of repentance.

In recognition of this 500th anniversary, I would like to give away a copy of the Christian Book of Concord bonded-leather-cover Second Edition from Concordia Publishing House.  This is similar to the regular hard-cover Second Edition, except it has a bonded-leather-cover with gold trim on the page edges and comes in a gift box.  The condition is new, never used.

If you would like to enter the drawing for a free copy, just fill out the form below.  However, you must be at least 18 years old, may enter the drawing only once, and you must be a resident of the United States.

After the winner is chosen at random, all names and emails will be permanently deleted.  The deadline for entries is 12 noon CDT on All Saints’ Day (Wednesday, November 1), 2017 A.D.

3 thoughts on “Book of Concord Drawing, Reformation 2017

  1. Hi Rick, I came across your blog quite by accident. I must say that you have given me pause to think deeper about my faith. I am a member at Riverview Lutheran in Appleton. I am learning that having a religion to guide my life is subjected to the assaults of Satan on a daily basis. The pastors at Riverview open my eyes to deeper understanding of scriptures without all the entertainment “value” that some former members have said was the reason for leaving. The “boring” sermons and the teaching in accordance with God’s Word without compromise is a “struggle” for many. I just want to hear God’s Word taught in accordance with scriptures, that’s all. Have a blessed day. Praying for continued strength and unwavering faith for all Christians, Cindy Wundrow

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