<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1758373551078632&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

See What's New at Concordia Academic

Academic Twitter headerYes, we took a hiatus for the last several weeks. The Professional & Academic Book Team has been busy putting the final touches on quite a number of new resources (Concordia Commentary on Galatians, volume 68 of Luther’s Works, The Lutheran Bible Companion, to name a few) as well as developing many new projects, and we also needed to do some housekeeping with our blog.

But be on the lookout, because beginning next week, we will be adding great new features to Concordia Academic, including posting a book excerpt each week. When you subscribe to our RSS feed, you will be the first to know about new releases, news and notes about our authors and translators, and even receive limited-time discount codes and learn about special book giveaways that will be announced within future postings!

If you already are a subscriber to the RSS feed for Concordia Academic, continue to enjoy our posts (and be on the lookout for special offers). If you aren't a subscriber, now is the time to follow us to make sure you don't miss our excerpts, news, and especially our promotional announcements!

Written by

Sarah Steiner

At CPH since 2009, Sarah Steiner was a production editor for the professional and academic book team. She worked on many academic titles, including coordinating the peer review books, and also helped out with Bible resource projects.

Featured

Using a Children’s Hymnal at Home, Church, and School

See how you can use One and All Rejoice at home, in the Sunday School classroom, or as a music educator all school year long with a hymn...

4 Places to Share God's Word with Others

In every aspect of our lives, we have the opportunity to share the promises found in the Word of the Lord.

Teaching the Twelve Apostles: Andrew

Andrew had a passion for bringing people to Jesus. Learn how to teach a form of evangelism from this reserved disciple.

Latest

Luther on the Distinction between Law and Gospel

For the first time in English, a truly scholarly translation of Luther’s most famous disputation, referred to as The Antinomian...

Blame vs. Confession

The blame game is a consequence of living in a sinful, broken world. Through Confession and Absolution, we walk in God’s light as His...

Luther’s Catechism Series: The Fourth Petition of the Lord’s Prayer

See how God gives His creation everything needed through daily bread and why believers pray the Lord’s Prayer to give thanksgiving for...