“Letters to Lutheran Pastors” is Now Available as an eBook
Great news, after many long years of compiling, editing, translating and carefully footnoting the complete collection of Herman Sasse’s Letters to Lutheran Pastors, the first volume is now available, as an eBook in Amazon Kindle format. These letters have appeared in various other volumes, here and there, in a kind of mish-mash but this is the very first time all letters have been put together in a series of volumes, offering comprehensive context, annotations, explanations and so forth. Pastor Matthew Harrison, president of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, is responsible for this collection and has done a masterful job.
I can’t encourage all you pastors out there to read these. They are magnificent works of clear, unambiguous theology from unquestionably one of the greatest Lutheran theologians of the 20th century. As I’ve said previously, reading Sasse’s works is nearly a seminary eduction in itself. Anyone interested in penetratingly keen analysis and insight into Christian theology will appreciate Sasse’s work. Here is link to the Amazon eBook version: only $19.54. The print edition will be out in early February. If you head to Amazon, you can take a look inside the book and download a sample, if you wish.