Positive covers, please!

Being in the seventh decade of my life, I have long wondered why you so frequently choose such grotesque, repulsive covers for The Lutheran Witness.


The March special issue was no exception. It just made me shudder. No wonder we are losing so many of our youth. It is as if we are stuck in the dark ages.


How about a cover depicting Mary as she “comes to the garden alone . . . while the dew is still on the roses . . . and the joy we share as we tarry there.”


Our Lord has given us much beauty and reasons to be joyful. Let’s accentuate the positive.


Dorothy Staub
Tilden, Neb.


 


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