[youtube]BSGe75048H0[/youtube] Are you having trouble explaining the Christian faith to your friends and family? Nearly 500 years ago, some German royal dudes were willing to have their heads cut off for their confession of what Scripture says. Their confession remains relevant and extremely helpful to us today. It can even help you confess your Christian […]

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[youtube]BQQsX_02vgY[/youtube] Pastor Fisk waxes eloquent on the best order in which to read the Book of Concord. Then he gives a lesson on why Baptists are wrong on baptism. Because, you know…grammar. Videos used: Five Questions to Ask Yourself Every Day – http://youtu.be/rrbUeXY_guQ Throwing Tomatoes – http://youtu.be/ZIUdNcBBWY0 Cutest Cat Moments – http://youtu.be/CWMKs5WkVGs Kevin Nealon Vintage […]

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What do we confessional Lutherans mean when we confess in the Book of Concord that the blessed virgin Mary is ‘pure’? ~P Dear P, In the Smalcald Articles, we confess “The Son became man in this manner: He was conceived, without the cooperation of man, by the Holy Spirit [Luke 1:34–35], and was born of […]

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[youtube]dh1IEWtWilk[/youtube] This Friday, Pastor Fisk packs a lot in to 16 minutes! Questions on the authority of the Bible compared to the authority of the Lutheran Confessions, questions about Pietism and material principles and then questions about smoking and whatnot where the answers help you to see if moralism perhaps has snuck in to your […]

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[youtube]GQUCxuKqvDk[/youtube] What do Lutherans believe about the Book of Concord? Why do they hold to mere “traditions of men” and care about the writings of dead people? This episode brings together questions about the Book of Concord and helps you see what beliefs Lutherans hold to along with the rest of historic, orthodox Christianity. Join […]

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