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Burgundy Book Contest

December 16th, 2008
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I have seen, in several places, photos of the "burgundy books" that Concordia Publishing House has been publishing in recent years. This is an open call for you to submit your best photo of your collection of "burgundy books." Post a link to your "burgundy book" photo as a comment and I'll move it up into the main post. I will feature the winner of the contest on this blog site and great and wonderful prizes will be awarded to the winner.***

Let's get this party started.

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  1. December 16th, 2008 at 13:57 | #1

    Okay… two questions:
    Do they have to be OUR books?
    What are the three books on the left… and the third book from the right?

  2. December 16th, 2008 at 15:00 | #2

    Rock and roll. I have one he doesn’t: the accompaniment for the Liturgy. ;) Props for having the accompaniment to the hymns up there.

  3. Brandon Ross
    December 16th, 2008 at 15:36 | #3

    When my bride to be and I were choosing colors for our upcoming wedding burgundy was a finalist. In discussing shades I said wanted the shade of burgundy that CPH puts out. We now call our shade “Concordia Red”
    Look for it at finer paint stores today!

  4. December 16th, 2008 at 20:11 | #4

    These are my books and do not belong to anyone else.
    http://saxoniae.blogspot.com/2008/12/burgundy-books.html

  5. December 18th, 2008 at 05:23 | #5

    Hmm, let’s think. LSB (pew edition), Lutheran Book of Prayer, Small Catechism. A copy of the personal/gift edition of the LSB is currently sat under the Christmas tree at church, as this year’s “organist’s present” to me. :-)
    Am intimately familiar with the two accompaniment books, but don’t have my own copies.
    Bring out a pocket edition of the TDP (minus the Bible readings, say – have my own Bible!) and you might have a deal on that one, too…

  6. Andrew Packer
    December 18th, 2008 at 05:25 | #6

    I can’t answer for the middle one on the left but the first one is the Grammatical Analysis of the Greek New Testament and the third one is Doberstein’s Minister’s Prayer Book. On the right the book in question is A Reader’s Greek New Testament. None of them are CPH books. I will have to ask Rick what that other one in question is.

  7. December 18th, 2008 at 05:25 | #7

    Pastor McCain, I have two blog posts with pictures of “Concordia, the Lutheran Confessions” and “Treasury of Daily Prayer.”
    http://vdma.wordpress.com/books/
    http://vdma.wordpress.com/2008/11/01/all-saints-day-treasury-of-daily-prayer/
    Thanks for the great books. Rick T.

  8. December 23rd, 2008 at 06:49 | #8

    I forgot one. If you remove the dust cover from Daniel Preus’ Why I am a Lutheran, the book itself if burgundy.

  9. January 8th, 2009 at 14:03 | #9

    Here’s my “burgundy” desk.

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