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The more we know about the basics of our faith, the more useful our faith can be to us in our daily lives. This section contains resources meant to help you explore the Bible and our Lutheran insights into what the Bible teaches.
There is no better way to learn about the Bible than to spend time reading it. There are many different reading plans around, but here is a list from biblestudytools.com to get you started.
Enter the Bible is a wonderful tool to learn more about the Bible and its individual books. Available are articles written by scholars about every book of the Bible. These articles give a wealth of information ranging from outlines to historical background to the main themes.
This is a daily devotional which includes music and graphics to provide a brief encounter with the Bible and prayer.
Written almost 500 years ago by Martin Luther as a summary of what a Christian needs to know about his or her faith, the Small Catechism remains one of the most important and useful booklets for learning about what the Bible teaches.
God Pause is a brief daily devotional that you can receive in your email. It is produced out of Luther Seminary in Saint Paul.
The Book of Concord is the collection of writings that Lutheran churches acknowledge as being trustworthy and true, second only to the Bible. This is not an easy read and it is quite long, but here it is for those who may want to jump in the deep end.