[youtube]6Y_SkRvuqTk[/youtube] You know you missed him, and he’s buried in this Worldview Everlasting AskdaPastor2.0 which brings you news from the Lutheran Heritage Foundation in Africa, including an amazing interview with a Rwandan Pastor who rediscovered his love for the Catechism; then we remember Adonis, say thanks to the Frat Guys, hype up next weeks clergy […]

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[youtube]0oDT1Q-1UTc[/youtube] Worldview Everlasting Greek Tuesday takes on John 20:19-31, with all the trappings that set you free. Rock on.  

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Hey WE, In December 2010, I attended Rev. Fisk’s church with a Lutheran friend of mine. I was very impressed with his sermon about the servants of Mammon (those who have influenced the church. eg, mysticism) and started following his blog. This past February I finished watching all his vlogs. He seems rather adamant about […]

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[youtube]9C8KfDMkN0E[/youtube] Worldview Everlasting Holy Week Edition is AskdaPastor2.0 and takes on questions about the theology of the cross, Salvo magazine, the Synoptic problem and presents, with much fanfare, Naumann’s Lutheran Store. Plus…an encore presentation of Pastor Matthew Harrison’s Holy Week Greeting to you, noob.  Pastor Harrison Holy Week Message: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyceTtqCcTA&feature=player_embedded#at=86 Naumann’s Lutheran Store! http://astore.amazon.com/churchme-20 “Science!” […]

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[youtube]DV3n40T2K_Q[/youtube] AskdaPastor2.0 takes on drunkenness, intemperance, signs and elements, the filioque and Baptism rocking out much more than the sinner’s prayer, all on this tax day episode of Worldview Everlasting.

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Hi guys: My background is Reformed (aka Calvinist). In our history, we had a few controversies in the 1700’s among mostly Puritans but also among Calvinist Anglicans and Baptists known as the Neonomian-Antinomian controversies. The Neonomians (such as Baxter and others) would call confessing Reformed guys “Antinomians” even though this wasn’t the case. Most of […]

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Thank you so much for the hard work you do! I have a question about congregations worshipping in unity..sort of. As a Lutheran who attends a more traditional style of service on Sunday, I am wondering when is it ok for an individual to follow the Holy Spirit’s lead as it pertains to my own […]

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[youtube]RfqjWUesmig[/youtube] Worldview Everlasting Greek Tuesday takes on Matthew 27 and Passion Sunday, including it’s place in Holy Week.

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Hey, I have heard that the reason Luther took the theological path he took was because he rejected the prevalent acceptance of the categories presented by Aristotle that much of the Church in Luther’s time took as a given. Is this true? And if so can you explain some of the basics of how Luther’s […]

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If the topic of sex is rarely heard of in Lutheran circles, the existence of fetishes is a myth. Ever since I was small, I have had interests I would now identify as a fetish, especially since the onset of puberty. Where normal sexual desires are proper (at least I would believe) in a marriage, […]

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