Life Among the Lutherans

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Fortress Press, 2010 - Fiction - 183 pages
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Based on Garrison Keillor's Lake Wobegon monologues, Life among the Lutherans is a collection of stories about the struggles of ordinary people in an imperfect world, the life and work of the pastor who leads them, and the church to whose high standards they aspire in the small town they call home.

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User Review  - Maydacat - LibraryThing

If you are a regular listener to A Prairie Home Companion, you will likely have heard some of these stories or ones like them, but still, this collection of vignettes is as charming as it is humorous ... Read full review

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I highly recommend the book to people of any and every faith - some truths are universal. The ability to laugh at ourselves is one of them. The book is hilarious to say the least. My husband ran into ... Read full review

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Garrison Keillor is an American storyteller, humorist, and writer whose works include several novels, collections of short stories, three children's books, many magazine articles, and a screen play. He is the host of A Prairie Home Companion and The Writer's Almanac heard on public radio stations across the country. His syndicated newspaper column "The Old Scout" is distributed worldwide. Born in Anoka, Minnesota, Keillor grew up surrounded by Lutherans. His own family belonged to a Plymouth Brethren congregation

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