The Augsburg Confession
Renewing Lutheran Faith and Practice The Augsburg Confession is the single most-important confession of faith among Lutherans today. However, it is often taught either from a histo
Minister’s Prayer Book
Since it first appeared in print in 1959, John Doberstein's Minister's Prayer Book has been a devotional classic among Lutheran pastors.
Presented on the occasion of his seventieth birthday, this collection of essays honors the life and work of Dr. Timothy J. Wengert.
Reviews Completed in 2012 Book reviews continue to be a strength of Lutheran Quarterly. Below is a list of every book reviewed in Lutheran Quarterly Volume 26 (2012). Alfsvåg, Knu
Reviews Completed in 2013 Below is a list of every book reviewed in Lutheran Quarterly Volume 27 (2013). Enjoy. Andreae, Johann Valentin. Autobiographie und Kleine Biographische S
Reviews Published in 2014 Book reviews continue to be a strength of Lutheran Quarterly. Below is a list of every book reviewed in Lutheran Quarterly Volume 28 (2014), alphabetized
Reviews Completed in 2015 Lutheran Quarterly Book Reviews, Volume 29/1-29/3 (Spring 2015-Autumn 2015; Winter 2015 forthcoming) Review Essay Mark Noll, “A Good Time for Looking B
Reviews Completed in 2016 Book Reviews Published in LQ Volume 30 (2016) Alphabetical by book author (reviewer in parentheses) Michael Allen and Jonathan A. Linebaugh, eds., Reform
Reviews Completed in 2017 Book Reviews for LQ Volume 31 (2017) Alphabetical by author (reviewer in parentheses) Walter Altmann, Luther and Liberation: A Latin American Perspec
Reviews Published in 2018 Under the leadership of book review editors Mary Jane Haemig and Suzanne Hequet, Lutheran Quarterly published 60 book reviews and 3 extended review essays