[youtube]aFcL5ExL1IU[/youtube] Worldview Everlasting AskdaPastor2.0 takes on a question about struggling with forgiveness and inability to love others, not to mention shows you the inconceivable way to cut vegetables ever invented.

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[youtube]PcaWkAXJ594[/youtube] Worldview Everlasting GreekTuesday takes on Mark 7:14-23

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When looking at the Sacraments of the Roman Church compared to the Lutheran Church, why is confession/absolution (reconciliation in Rome) not considered a sacrament in the Lutheran Church? Dear M, What the Roman Church calls “Reconciliation” or “Confession” the Lutheran Church tends to call Holy Absolution or the Office of the Keys. We like to […]

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Rev. Fisk said the Heidelberg Catechism denies some important parts of the Bible. Which parts does it deny and how so/why? Also, does the Westminster Catechism (Shorter and Larger) deny any parts of the Bible? Which parts and why? What about the Catechism of the Catholic Church? Or the Methodist Book of Discipline and Book […]

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Would you please explain the phrase “decision theology” and also, why is it mainly Lutheran Christians who use this term? ~G Dear G, Please allow me to summarize this and answer in a simple and concise manner. Decisional regeneration, sometimes referred to as decision theology, is the belief that a person must make a decision […]

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[youtube]bhCU6VVpWyA[/youtube] Worldview Everlasting returns at long last with Greek Tuesday and a look at Mark 7:1-7

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In the gospels Christ repeatedly tells people to give up everything of this world to follow him. All the churches I’ve attended spend more time talking about responsibility then whole-hearted sacrifice for Christ, but I have yet to find a passage in the gospel about responsibility. Are we missing something. Can we reasonably sit in […]

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In my reading of “unChristian,” one of the pastors mentioned something about obesity being a sin. I had never heard of that before and it really affected me. I know the pastor was not Lutheran, but he is a Christian. I was just wondering, what exactly the LCMS stance on that is? B- The LCMS […]

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[youtube]qttKW-r0C-w[/youtube] Really? Do I?

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Hi WE team! My mom teaches a Bible class at our LCMS church. She was posed a question she’s looking for clarification to. A lady in the class asked if we would know our spouses in heaven. My mom told her no, the Bible says we wouldn’t. When talking to me, she couldn’t remember the […]

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