The Epistle: Newsletter of Saint Paul Lutheran Church (8 issues). Alan L. PECK.

The Epistle: Newsletter of Saint Paul Lutheran Church (8 issues)

Sanford, Michigan: Saint Paul Lutheran Church, 1962-64. Eight issues of the mimeographed newsletter issued by obscure Lutheran pastor, Alan L. Peck, who uses his publication to criticize Jews, integration, Communism and Christian liberals, report on church activity, and discuss doctrinal schisms in the Lutheran church. The vol. 3, no. 6 issue is titled The Great Lie! and contends that the Jews are modern-day Pharisees, that Judaism is based on the Talmud, and that the Jews are not God’s chosen people. Peck further states: “The avowed aim of the Jewish faith is to to rule the world so that they can obliterate completely the church of Jesus Christ and all Christians” (p. 3-4). In vol. 6, no. 2, Peck discusses racial segregation and contends that Whites, Negroes and God don’t want race-mixing but that Satan and the Jewish-led NAACP do.

Each issue consists of 2-6 folded 8 ½” x 11” mimeographed sheets, except for vol. 3, no. 6 which is folded in thirds and issued with no cover. Some sunning to sheets, mailing address to rear cover, else Near Fine. We were unable to find a record for this newsletter in OCLC. Scarce. Item #07588

Price: $280.00