Re: [liturgy-l] Lutheran Service Book
- Thanks for this - must get myself a copy of it.
On Aug 31, 2006, at 10:50 PM, mbennett1944@... wrote:
> English Standard Version - a revision of the RSV. Reads and feels
> much more like RSV than the NRSV does.
> Mike Bennett
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Krister Ulmanis <kulmanis@...>
> Subj: Re: [liturgy-l] Lutheran Service Book
> Date: Thu Aug 31, 2006 8:15 pm
> Size: 10K
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> sorry for being ignorant about this - but what is ESV and how does it
> differ from NIV
> Krister Ulmanis
> Holy Trinity Lutheran (ELCIC) Belleville, ON
> On Aug 31, 2006, at 6:52 PM, Scott Knitter wrote:
> > Twenty-two hours from order placement to book-in-hand. That has
> to be
> > some sort of record. I'm now perusing the new Lutheran Service
> Book of
> > the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod.
> > Interesting to note that the first hymn is number 331. There are 330
> > pages of liturgical material before that, so I gather a number
> may be
> > placed on a hymnboard or in a service sheet for every item in the
> > service whether it's a hymn or a bit of service music or a said
> > prayer. I rather like that, and no messy S-numbers for service music
> > and then overlapping hymn numbers for hymns.
> > I'm not excited about capitalizing all pronouns for God (...and my
> > mouth will declare Your praise). Nor about the ESV, which has
> > replaced the NIV as the LC-MS standard (not that I was ever excited
> > about the NIV either).
> > I gather the papermaking technology has advanced; the LSB's 1,024
> > pages fit into a slightly thinner book than Lutheran Worship's
> > Very sturdy binding, nice creamy paper, and, let the trumpets sound,
> > two ribbon markers BOUND IN! One burgundy and one gold, to match the
> > colors of the cover.
> > --
> > Scott R. Knitter
> > Edgewater, Chicago, Illinois USA
- Krister Ulmanis wrote, in part;
> ...what is esv....There is a home page: