Hi WE Team! I’ve been studying Lutheranism and I have a question about Baptism. Let’s suppose there is a guy who was never baptized as a baby. Later on in life he hears the Gospel and is converted. He grows rapidly in the faith but his baptism is delayed a year. If the preached Word […]

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Dear Pastors There are those who teach that one should only be baptized in the name of Jesus. They cite the fact that almost every example of baptism in scripture was done in the name of Jesus. What do you guys say ? Thanks W W, It is simple. We do not base theology primarily […]

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[youtube]zlJnvM8CwY4[/youtube] Worldview Everlasting AskdaPastor2.0 takes on the Herculean task of answering questions about 1 Timothy 2:15 and 1 Cor. 11:10. It’s 20 minutes long, but I dare you to take on these topics in a real Bible class and be done in 20 min! I double dare you! I triple dog dare you! The Cats […]

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Hello. I have several friends who are ELCA seminarians. They frequently post things on their Facebook pages that, shall we say, are interesting. However, this article (see link below) takes the cake. The article is about a kindergarten teacher who has a student whose parents raised her in a semi-gender-neutral fashion; her classmates thought she […]

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I know Lutherans like to point outside themselves for assurance of salvation, to the promises they see in baptism and the Lord’s supper. This sounds lovely, since I know when I look inside myself I see nothing good! But I can’t get around passages like 2 Peter 1:10, 2 Cor. 13:5, and especially 1 John […]

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What is the Confessional Lutheran perspective regarding the indoctrination of children into “Santa Claus” mythology? Often people will apply the label “Confessional” to things that have nothing to do with the Confessions. We almost can start using “Confessional” as a Lutheran way of saying “good” or “proper” – but that’s not what Confessional means. It […]

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You posted a video about the the unforgivable sin. You said something in it that created another question: You said that the only unforgivable sin is to believe that you don’t need Jesus. Unless someone has done that or said that they haven’t committed it. Did you mean an ongoing rejection or do you mean […]

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I have heard the same passages used to support the Office of the Keys in the office of the ministry and in the private sharing of law and Gospel by the lay priesthood of all believers (Jn 20, Mt 18.) Since the Words of Law and Gospel always bind and loose, is the primary difference […]

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[youtube]http://youtu.be/HRjQmLZsJEo[/youtube] Worldview Everlasting AskdaPastor2.0 takes on Luke chapter 2 part b.

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What follows is a pretty amazing video conversation that was sent to me by a viewer. If you are familiar with Lutheran theology, you would think these men are Lutherans except for two facts: 1) they’re in fact the new kind of young evangelicals, the kind that see right through the CGM and Prosperity movements, […]

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