[youtube]fijT2uEbNUs[/youtube] Worldview Everlasting takes on the Nu Thang of religion not existing, feelings not convicting and the interpretation of Scripture. But don’t miss telling the haters how much they’re stupid and the dancing dragon! WE Karate!: That old nu thang: That new nu thang (redub): That new nu thang (original scoffdawg mix):

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Free will. Do we have the freedom to do good? To not do evil? I’m a hardcore LCMS Lutheran and I know I should know this, but I’m just confused. Keep up the good work. ur a great help. -A Hi A., If you want the definitive answer, struggle through Luther’s Bondage of the Will. […]

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I am working my way through the Lutheran Book of Concord and was wondering if you knew of a hard core daily devotional with a scripture reading plan (Lutheran of course) that i can do as well. What would u suggest -A A, The Treasury of Daily Prayer sounds like JUST the thing you are […]

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So this girl brought up women pastors in my New Testament class in school.Her response to ur vid had alot to do with if it says people cant have braided hair or gold pearls etc then why arent we following that now as well as that women must be silent in the church etc. And […]

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[youtube]7kmBkNJEsIs[/youtube] Greek Tuesday takes on Mark 5 and doesn’t come up with the most awesome Christological connection until just now writing the title. But that’s ok, it’s still 18 min of mostly “whatchu talkin’ bout” sweetness.

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What is the best English version of the bible? I keep hearing now important it is for pastors to learn the greek version of the new testament, is there an English version that us layman can turn to? King James vs English Standard Version? Does the LCMS have an official bible? N – There are […]

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Dear WE, What is the origin of “Ashes to Ashes?” We hear it in nearly every funeral committal, but I cannot find it in Scripture. Indeed, for Good Friday we hear the statement “Dust thou art and unto dust thou shall return.” Then ashes are marked on our forehead. Earth to earth, yes. Dust to […]

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I am having some discussions about the Catholic belief that the saints can pray for us. It appears in Revelations that the saints can offer up prayers etc. What is really going on there? If the saints can pray for us, how can I point a RCC believer away from “praying” to the saints for […]

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Dear Rev. Fisk, One of the things that I’m always asked by my non-believing friends is how God could have commanded and approved of all the “atrocities” committed by the Israelites against their neighbors in the Old Testament, such as the slaughter of entire nations, including women and children. I’m not sure how to articulate […]

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Rev. Fisk has said that Lutherans embrace “paradox,” that is, contradiction; that contrary statements both found in Scripture can both be true. But if you accept that contradictions can be found in Scripture and can be true, what basis do you have to condemn any idea? If one says God is not a Trinity, and […]

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