Some may consider that phrase a contradiction in terms. But a new book contains the stories of various people who converted to Christianity as proclaimed in Lutheranism. It’s called Wittenberg Confessions: Testimonies of Converts to Confessional Lutheranism, by Jim Pierce, Edited by Elaine Gavin. I mention it in particular because it includes accounts from some of the readers and commentators on this blog, such as author Jim Pierce (former atheist and just about everything else you could name) and Kelly Klages. (If there are any others of you who contributed to this book, make yourself known! If you aren’t in the book but have a similar “testimony,” feel free to tell about it in a comment on this post.)
You can buy the book, from the wonderfully-named new publisher Blue Pomegranate Press, by clicking here.