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Lutheranism 101: PowerPoint Slides and Comics Now Available for Free Download

September 30th, 2010
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Although not developed as a curriculum piece, we’ve heard from many people that who have been thinking that Lutheranism 101, with its easy-to-read articles, charts, and bullet points, might be a helpful teaching tool and resource  for use in an adult or youth study, and you’re wondering how you might just do that. Maybe we can help.

A comprehensive set of PowerPoint presentation slides are now available and freely downloadable. There are six slide decks, a separate deck for each Part of the book. Slides cover the main topics for each chapter. The same bullet point style used in the book is featured on the slides making the key topics covered in each chapter easy to identify. In this way the slides become easy discussion starters or even a way to summarize the discussion.

Each deck also offers three fully designed “blank” slides that can be easily customized in PowerPoint to fit your needs.

A “bonus” seventh slide deck presents the eight Agnus Day comics used in the book plus an additional eight comics available only with the PowerPoint presentation.

To download the PowerPoint presentation slide decks, follow the hyperlinks below.

Lutheranism 101 Agnus Day comics

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  1. September 30th, 2010 at 16:46 | #1

    Pr. McCain, the link to the comics seems to be invalid.

  2. Bob Gruener
    October 1st, 2010 at 07:17 | #3

    I have mixed feelings about the use of comics in religious educational material such as this. While I can certainly appreciate a lighthearted look at some aspects of church life, I do wonder whether a book intended to educate in fundamental matters of eternal consequence is better treating these matters with utmost seriousness throughout.

    • October 1st, 2010 at 08:44 | #4

      Bob, please examine the book and then let me know what you think. All is done very tastefully, respectfully and otherwise. We must communicate in a way that it is received by a 21st century reading audience. I think this book does that splendidly.

  3. October 2nd, 2010 at 02:35 | #5

    I Like to the new information for me after this we can easily Lutheranism information and The audience read this stuff.

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