Reader’s Edition of the Book of Concord Now in Kindle Format
You learn something new every day.
The other day Norm Fisher, my chief engineer for this blog site and several others, notified me that Amazon appears to have two “Concordia” editions for sale in Kindle format. I took a quick look and simply chalked this up to the never ending confusion that is Amazon’s web site when it comes to getting editions, copies, formats correct. But then yesterday I took a closer look and realized that in fact the entire Concordia edition of the Book of Concord, the complete Reader’s Edition with all annotations, notes, illustrations, indexes, glossaries and all the pictures, including even the full color plates is now available as an eBook in Kindle format.
I have only the Kindle eReader, so it only displays things in black/white, but I loaded the Reader’s Edition into Amazon’s web based cloud reader and, voila, there you go: full color with all the plates, and ditto on my iPhone using the Kindle App.
I assume anyone who has the Kindle fire has full color viewing options as well, and those using the Kindle App on their iPads, etc. here’s a link to the Reader’s Edition in Kindle format, which you can purchase for only $16.49.