“Fostering Unity Without Imposing Uniformity”: A Review of Evangelical Lutheran Worship

Dr. James Brauer and Dr. Kent Burreson review (full text): “Fostering Unity Without Imposing Uniformity”: A Review of Evangelical Lutheran Worship. Pew Edition. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 2006. 1248 pages. Cloth. $20.00.

Click to download the PDF file of the review by James Brauer and Kent Burreson.

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1 Comment

  1. Steve Schulz April 10, 2010
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    Drs. Brauer and Burreson, I truly appreciated your review of the ELW hymnal. It was truthful and complete. Very helpful. Thank you.

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