Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod Homepage
Evangelical Lutheran Synod Homepage
Lutheran Synod Homepage
writings maintained by Concordia Theological
Seminary in Ft. Wayne, Indiana.
A Brief Statement of
the Doctrinal Position of the Missouri Synod
(Adopted in 1932)
The Department of Archives
and History of the Lutheran Church - Missouri
Not just Lutheran, this site
contains the various Creedal Statements of the
majority of denominations.
Confessional Lutheran Web Page
Plentiful articles from
various authors and notices of upcoming events.
Similar to The
Confessional Lutheran Web Page, with a
concentration on the Texas area. Many articles.
Quest Discussion Group
A sister site to
ours. The focus of this web-based
discussion group is the same as Reclaiming
A discussion group on
Yahoo! Groups for authors and readers of books
of interest to confessional, conservative
Lutherans to gather and share their opinions.
This is the unofficial
website for Rev. Herman Otten's Christian
News newspaper from New Haven, Missouri. A
weekly paper focused on current and past events
within Christendom in general and Lutheranism in
Pastors Call List
Location for LCMS laity
to find confessional, conservative pastors
available for a call. Pastors who wish to be
listed must be in agreement with a set of
orthodox criteria regarding doctrine and
by C.F.W. Walther:
Wittenberg - Walther Section
The Walther articles from
the vast Project Wittenberg website,
administered by Concordia Theological Seminary
in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. You can also access
Project Wittenberg's Gopher
to see documents that aren't available yet on
their main site. There is a folder on the gopher
site that contains more Walther
Please note that some browser's (Netscape
Navigator) seem to work better accessing gopher
sites than others (MS Internet Explorer version
3.x and earlier). If you have difficulty, click
on the main link to Project Wittenberg and
navigate to their gopher site from there.
of Confessing Evangelicals - Classic Articles
A conservative Reformed
website which carries a handful of articles by
Cross Lutheran Church - St. Charles, MO
writings by Walther, including Law &
Gospel and the 19 Theses from Church
Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer
Peekskill, New York. This congregation is
served by Pastor William P. Terjesen. He
and Elder Raymond G. Munroe have written many
fine articles worth your reading.
Located in St.
Clair Shores, Michigan. This congregation
is served by Pastor Jack Cascione, the website
owner of Reclaiming Walther.
Books referenced in the articles on this site,
as well as by participants on Luther
Quest Discussion Group, are not always
easy to find. Local bookstores may not
stock them, and thus they are easier to obtain
from the publisher. Others may be out-of-print
and very difficult to find.
Here are some publishers and
out-of-print / used book links you may find
The following book sources are for all types of
books. Reclaiming Walther does
not endorse all of the material these locations
may sell. However, we have found
them to be good resources for out-of-print
and hard-to-find books on Lutheranism, Church
History, Theology, etc.
provide a search engine that is linked
to multiple booksellers around the
world. While both sites search
most of the same listings of
booksellers, they are different enough
that between them you get a pretty
Keep in mind that some
results will overlap since many
booksellers are listed numerous times
on multiple bookselling websites.
is geared toward individuals who wish
to sell books they have around the
house that they no longer wish to
keep. Retail booksellers are on
the site as well. The site also
contains a Want Ads section where you
can list a book you're looking for but
haven't been able to find.
recommend Bookopoly in order to
have a common location for like-minded
individuals (conservative Lutherans,
in this case) to list their books so
others can find them.