Lutheran Reading List

If you’re looking for a few good books to dig into, check out this list.

While it claims to be for Lutherans, I would argue that any Christian would benefit from reading these works.  If you want to make it more enjoyable, I would recommend reading with other people.  It will help keep you accountable, and give you someone to bounce questions off of when you’re reading through some of the more challenging suggestions!

In a different vein, I just finished up a historical survey of Lutheran work among African-Americans.  It’s a relatively dry read.  I picked it up to see if there was anything to be gleaned in terms of how Lutherans have engaged with different peoples in the past.  It was only vaguely helpful in that respect.  But it was interesting to see just how far back both Lutheranism as well as Lutheranism among different people groups goes.

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