Hi Pastor(s), First let me say you are doing a great job. KEEP IT UP!!! I have a quick question about your Dec 28 video. You mentioned in vs 41 the word pascha (sorry about that) meant “suffering”. I don’t see that in any source I use including blueletterbible.com, lexicon, etc. Although it fits well […]

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[youtube]D7OvATfu-OY[/youtube] Happy New Year with this look back at how far the show has come and how far it still has to go to be in any way…well…normal. If you enjoy it half as much as I enjoyed making it, it’ll be time well spent. Wish I could have put more in. And, if you’re […]

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Hi, I have always wondered about this passage in 1 Peter 3, specifically verses 18-19. “For Christ died for sins once for all, the righteous for the unrighteous, to bring you to God. He was put to death in the body but made alive in the Spirit, through whom also he went and preached to […]

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I am a life-long MS Lutheran Lutheran, yet I honestly struggle with our practice and defense of infant baptism. I know that we believe that he who is baptized will be saved and we certainly want our babies to be saved and so we follow this command, yet I really don’t know if John the […]

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[youtube]ZnxMXwuTEqs[/youtube] Greek Tuesday takes on Luke 2:40-52. That sounds exciting, doesn’t it? Links from this video: O Holy Heavy Metal: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_8dgOXUkkU Star Blasphemy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXcb7VPw59s

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Hi! First of all, love the videos and what all of you pastors are doing with this site. Fantastic! My question is this: Could you please explain the phrase “In Statu Confessionis” and how it might play out in the context of an individual congregation or in the Synod as a whole? Thank you and […]

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[youtube]rbd–RBvH4g[/youtube] More Heavy Metal Liturgy, We Three Precious Camels, Foreknowledge vs. Predestination, that Nazarene Prophetses, and a bit more on this weeks only edition of Worldview Everlasting

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It would seem that divorce is becoming increasingly common even within the visible Church. The Gospel according to St. Mark, the tenth chapter, records Christ as saying that marriage is something that man may not “put asunder.” According to this passage, divorce was only granted to the Jews in the OT because of the hardness […]

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I am at a very Charismatic “lutheran” bible school (ya i know, going to a “bible school” was my first mistake), and some of the things i have heard “prayed for” is just nonsense. Why do we pray anything other than what Jesus Himself told us to pray, Matthew 6: 6-13. And when we pray […]

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I’ve been having discussions with a friend lately about miraculous healings. I do believe that God can and does miraculously heal people today, but I’m struggling with the idea that we can demand healing or expect it. That doesn’t seem to me to fit with a theology of the cross. My friend really likes Bill […]

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