This afternoon this amazing note came across my inbox. With the author’s permission I share it with you, as it is pretty dang cool. Dear Pastor Fisk, I am so thankful for the fact that you have been diligent and consistent in the posting of your videos. I am from an AG church in San […]

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I read a review of Herman Sasse that said he was a Lutheran who believed the Sacraments were “means of salvation” as opposed to “means of grace”. In catechism we always learned “means of grace”. Is there a difference or is this just playing with words? S Blessings to you in the name of Jesus. […]

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Dear WE, Thanks for your vid on women pastors. It helped me sort through the issue. But it brought up 2 questions: 1. What about women serving as Deacons? Are not Deacons also supposed to be a “man of one woman?” The LCMS allows them, but I”m not sure. 2. If a church allows women’s […]

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If this video is not playable yet, it should be shortly. Ah…the joys of tech…. [youtube]0Bqsvd6URFM[/youtube] Worldview Everlasting returns with your long awaited Greek Tuesday shoyuken roundhouse attack on Mark chapter 1 vs 1-8.

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In a earlier video, Rev. Fisk mentioned an intra-LCMS issue in which an LCMS pastor made the claim that women’s ordination was ok and attacked proper Christology in the process. What is the definition of being a Lutheran? Is it that one belongs to a member church of a Lutheran demonination or is it believing […]

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What is the simplest way to respond to someone who uses Romans 10:9 to say that we shouldn’t baptize infants, or that salvation requires a decision and simultaneous confession of Christ as their personal savior? -K K, First, I’d point out this does not speak to Baptism specifically. But then I’d point to what Baptism […]

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Rev Fisk & Team, I lead an adult bible study on the Book of Concord. Our group is made of mostly converted Lutherans like myself who have come from the reformed branch of Christendom. We’ve been looking for a doctrinal statement regarding the issue of purgatory. Where did this concept come from and why do […]

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I would like to receive Private Absolution, but the pastor I went to in the past has taken another call and no other pastors here offer it. I realize that my sins are forgiven whether I’m praying privately or hearing the words of Absolution during Divine Service, but there are times I need to speak […]

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[youtube]8kDgNsmciZU[/youtube] WE returns … sort of.

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In your “The infinite Cannot Contain the Nestorian” video you mention that it is the church’s job to protect itself from the wolves, can a Pastor be a wolf? -J In response, let me ask a question. Can a pastor ever abandon the Word of God for things of his own devising? Yes. Therefore a […]

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