First picture of our new grandchild

 Our younger daughter and her husband are having a baby! Here is his or her first picture:           
Pre-born grandchild  

About Gene Veith

Professor of Literature at Patrick Henry College, the Director of the Cranach Institute at Concordia Theological Seminary, a columnist for World Magazine and TableTalk, and the author of 18 books on different facets of Christianity & Culture.

  • http://www.faith-filled.com Stephenie

    Aren’t you worried about child predators seeing his or her picture online?

    Just kidding.

    He/She looks like a spitting image of Grandpa.

  • http://www.faith-filled.com Stephenie

    Aren’t you worried about child predators seeing his or her picture online?

    Just kidding.

    He/She looks like a spitting image of Grandpa.

  • http://www.brandywinebooks.net Lars Walker

    Many congratulations.

  • http://www.brandywinebooks.net Lars Walker

    Many congratulations.

  • http://www.pagantolutheran.blogspot.com Bruce

    May God continue to bless you with many grandchildren!

  • http://www.pagantolutheran.blogspot.com Bruce

    May God continue to bless you with many grandchildren!

  • fw

    who says there are no miracles?

  • fw

    who says there are no miracles?

  • fw

    I always like a womb with a view.

  • fw

    I always like a womb with a view.

  • LAJ

    Congratulations. May all go well with Mom and baby!

    I love your books! Yes, I know that Christain book stores sell a great amount of bad books, music, art?, etc, but the one I work for sells your books, especially “Spirituality of the Cross.” My co-workers kid me that I should get commission for all the copies I have sold people. Your book “State of the Arts” is truly fascinating, and I very much wish I could have read your book “Reading Between the Lines” while I was an English major in college at UW-Madison.

  • LAJ

    Congratulations. May all go well with Mom and baby!

    I love your books! Yes, I know that Christain book stores sell a great amount of bad books, music, art?, etc, but the one I work for sells your books, especially “Spirituality of the Cross.” My co-workers kid me that I should get commission for all the copies I have sold people. Your book “State of the Arts” is truly fascinating, and I very much wish I could have read your book “Reading Between the Lines” while I was an English major in college at UW-Madison.


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