Dear Worldview Everlasting: I have a question regarding the dualistic nature of both Christ and the Eucharist. Since the Lutheran view on worshiping or venerating the Eucharist is that it’s idolatry, couldn’t it logically also be argued that by virtue of Christ’s human nature, that worshiping him is also idolatry in a sense? I know […]

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[youtube]59TzED_pUuc[/youtube] Do some trials mean that God is testing us or that Satan is attacking us particularly hard? And what is antinomianism, exactly? In this episode, Pastor Fisk takes on rank mysticism and three ways we poorly use the Law – because, you know, it is the Holy Spirit that uses the Law…not us. Issues […]

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Question:Are Christians who advocate for faithful church attendance and advocate to receive the Sacrament of the Altar more frequently, ‘better’ Christians than those who attend and receive less frequently? Answer: It is important to note that a greater frequency in church attendance and greater frequency of partaking of the Sacrament of the Altar does not […]

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[youtube]tXdPEzn4DRg[/youtube] The Gospel is relief. No matter what I see or experience in this life, Christ has got me in His Cross, in His Word and in His Sacrament. And when I die I go to be with Him. Paul is full of hope and joy in this first chapter of Philippians. But that joy […]

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WE Team: Would Luther agree with the validity of baptism depending upon whether water touches the skin of the person being baptized? I’ve read many within the Roman Catholic Church who say baptism is not valid if the water only touches the hair. It seems that the “full immersion(ists)” who claim to be far from […]

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