In this episode, Pastor Richard answers a question about communion. What are the absolute basics of communion? What if there is no Word present with the Bread and Wine? Also, what if people use grape soda and potato chips, is it still a sacrament? We certainly do not use sand when we baptize, but soda and chips for the Lord’s Supper would be totally fine, right? Check this episode out to learn more.

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Do Calvinists have the Lord’s Supper? Do Mormons and Jehovah’s Witnesses have baptism? When are the Sacraments the Sacraments and when are they not? For more information about the Issues Etc. Making the Case Conference, click here: http://issuesetc.org/47753-2/ Questions about the Lutheran Ninja Clan and WEtv’s goals? Watch this video: https://youtu.be/wzVJ0CPh9JI or contact Peter Slayton […]

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Dear WE: Recently a question came to mind after my wife and I received the Lord’s Supper. We are expecting our 5th child and she wonders if the child receives the body and blood of Christ when she communes. Scripturally I couldn’t give her a definite answer. Does Confessional Lutheranism hold to receptionism or to […]

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[youtube]V-xgXQGBoRk[/youtube] So if baptism saves and God’s Word preached saves, what does the Lord’s Supper do? Check out the Issues Etc Making the Case Conference here: http://issuesetc.org/47753-2/ We continue our break as Pastor Fisk prepares to transition to his new call in North Dakota and Peter welcomes Atlee Elisabeth into his family. But we still […]

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Dear WE: A question was brought up in my Theology class about the use of grape juice in the place of wine. Is it actually incorrect, and if so, is there anywhere in Scripture I can use to defend it? Thanks, H. Dear H: The historical roots of using grape juice in the place of […]

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[youtube]HyQhelmeIcQ[/youtube] God doesn’t want to have a relationship with you apart from His Word. Which is a really tough pill to swallow in our American culture that wants to see God behind every sign, feeling and experience. In this episode, Pastor Fisk answers a question about how to know if God is disciplining you or […]

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By: Pr. Matt Richard The sacraments of baptism and communion were instituted by Jesus. He calls the church to baptize in the great commission of Matthew 28:16-20 and He also calls the church to the Lord’s Table (i.e. communion) in Matthew 26:26-29 and Luke 22:14-20. We practice baptism and communion because Jesus said to. Simple […]

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Question:Are Christians who advocate for faithful church attendance and advocate to receive the Sacrament of the Altar more frequently, ‘better’ Christians than those who attend and receive less frequently? Answer: It is important to note that a greater frequency in church attendance and greater frequency of partaking of the Sacrament of the Altar does not […]

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[youtube]U4DUo2un2qg[/youtube] Pastor Fisk hands over AskDaPastor to a monkey while he’s on vacation. The monkey decides to put together a special episode on the Lord’s Supper. Hijinks ensue. Original videos: 2+2=5 and Other Quriosities – http://youtu.be/Oj3dp37EDzg Hooked Up with Jesus – http://youtu.be/7qozImDoGbw The Infinite Cannot Contain the Nestorian – http://youtu.be/-Nh3-7bTNT0 Videos used: Monkey typing – […]

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I’m discussing the real presence in the Lord’s Supper with a pentecostal friend, saying is means is not symbolizes. That doesn’t convince him. How about Ex 12; the lamb without blemish which the israelites were to eat? It seems to parallel the Supper as a Passover meal where Jesus, our Paschal lamb, identifies the bread […]

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