borrowed an apocryphal saying from Billy Graham for his new book? Check it out: Waking the Sleeping Giant.
Makes sense, I suppose. Pastor Harrison, whom I believe will be the leading candidate coming into this Synodical election, has a book published by CPH (well, more like SIX) and so President Kieschnick (never known for his writing or scholarship, though) follows suit. This should prove interesting. I wonder if the subtitle should be zzzzzzz (not a reference to the quality of the writing, mind you, for I've not read it; but to the fact the "giant" after all these years under President Kieschnick still seems rather sleepy...). I think, it's truly time for a change, no? Yes, it's time.
P.S. I want to make clear a point I've put in the comments - to observe that President Kieschnick is not known for his writing or scholarship was not intended as a slam against our Synodical President, just a statement of fact (or, at least, my perception of fact). He hasn't written much (that I'm aware of) nor is there a particular area of scholarship for which he is known. There is no shame in either one of those, for he was not elected to be either a writer or scholar. He is, however, a very engaging speaker, as those who have heard him will testify.