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“Hey! Where’s my copy of The Lutheran Study Bible?”

September 28th, 2009
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Many people are excited to have received their copy of The Lutheran Study Bible, others hearing of this, are asking, “Hey! Where’s my copy of The Lutheran Study Bible?” Here’s the latest information: While we had hoped to be shipping out all editions by the end of this week, today we determined that we are not going to be able to begin shipping any thumb indexed or leather editions of The Lutheran Study Bible until the week of October 11. Why? The manufacturing process on thumb indexed and leather editions is taking us a tad longer than we expected. Of course, we are still running well ahead of the announced publication date of October 31. In order to save our customers money, we are not shipping partial orders, that is, if there is an order placed that has regular hardback editions, along with any of the thumb indexed or leather editions, we will hold on shipment until we can fill that order entirely. Thanks for your patience and understanding!

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  1. NonnieM
    September 29th, 2009 at 07:47 | #1

    That loud sigh you just heard came from me. I was so excited at the prospect of possibly getting it this week. Sigh.

  2. September 29th, 2009 at 08:30 | #2

    We figured it was something like this. My wife ordered the regular edition and got excited when CPH started shipping them… only to learn that I had ordered the thumb-indexed edition and was therefore making her wait. As well, this has set me up somehow to be mocked because the pastor (me) supposedly *needs* thumb indexes to find the books of the Bible while the layperson (her) does not. Does having a thumb-indexed Bible necessarily imply that a person doesn’t know his order of the books of the Bible? (although I’ll admit I sometimes do get confused between my BHS and my ESV, but what’s a fella to do?)

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