[youtube]GQUCxuKqvDk[/youtube] What do Lutherans believe about the Book of Concord? Why do they hold to mere “traditions of men” and care about the writings of dead people? This episode brings together questions about the Book of Concord and helps you see what beliefs Lutherans hold to along with the rest of historic, orthodox Christianity. Join […]

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A question I’ve had for a while but I have not been able to find a solid answer for is this: Why do we as Christians continue to follow some passages from law given in Exodus and Leviticus (e.g. homosexuality) but not others (e.g. purification rituals)? Readings from my bible (Lutheran Study Bible, ESV) seem […]

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[youtube]CyudZVaQct4[/youtube] Greek 2sday, Luke 9:51-62, Fire in the Sky, Dust between the Toes, Oooh oooh me me but but but, plus: Not so Sweet Sharia, Hair Plugs for St. Paul, When the Worst Construction is the Best Construction, and let that be a lesson to you, Ted Turner! Not so Sweet Sharia in Dearborn: http://www.answeringmuslims.com/ […]

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My friend claims our salvation is a collaborative effort with God, and points to Philippians 2, where it states “work out your own salvation with fear and trembling.”  He said that the Greek word for work means to continue the task and points to this as we must do our part in salvation.   How […]

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Pastor Fisk, in your recent Ask Da Pastor video, you talked about how the Lutheran (and biblical) position on forgiveness is that we continually sin, and continually receive forgiveness through the means of grace. Can you explain why Lutheran’s don’t practice last rites, and why the practice does not logically follow from the Lutheran position […]

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[youtube]o8UQrNfuPcQ[/youtube] Pentecostalism, charismaticism, gifts and the work of the Holy Spirit. Starting with a great scenario on how the devil deceives us, Pastor Fisk teaches on the work of the Holy Spirit and where we place our trust. Twitter and Instagram: @revfisk or @missionmobilizr Facebook: facebook.com/revfisk or facebook.com/missionmobilizer Videos used: Blood! – http://youtu.be/-fVDGu82FeQ I Believe […]

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“Each sin, a transgression of the divine Law, is an offense to the high majesty of the eternal, holy, and just God and thus merits eternal rejection by God. Nevertheless, there are degrees of offense. A person who is continually plagued by certain sins can still receive forgiveness and stand in God’s grace, while other […]

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[youtube]Nm2uJ5Fevpk[/youtube] The lectionary skips a chapter ahead this week as Greek Tuesday takes on Luke 8:26-39 and Jesus casting out Legion. Some of the details of this account can be confusing, so Pastor Fisk puts the whole thing in the context of what comes before and after to help it make a bit more sense. […]

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[youtube]sKg5a4SPmpg[/youtube] Gesundheit. God bless you. We throw the word “blessing” around a lot. But do we use it the way Scripture does? And, biblically, what is a blessing anyway? And what is the best way to talk with a friend or a spouse that “just believes the Bible” and not any manmade doctrines like that […]

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Hi WE Team: We Lutherans cite Matt 18:18 and John 20:23 as proof texts for the Keys, particularly Absolution. I’m really struggling with the question of “did not Jesus make this whole binding and loosing thing just for his immediate audience -that being his 12 Disciples, so once they died, the Power ceased?” Further, why […]

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