Call a spade a spade and a Baptist a Baptist. It’s the height of arrogance to do otherwise for the sake of “unity.” Questions about the Lutheran Ninja Clan and WEtv’s goals? Watch this video: https://youtu.be/wzVJ0CPh9JI or contact Peter Slayton at peter[at]worldvieweverlasting.com. Around the Word Devotions (http://www.whatdoesthismean.org/devotions.html) Rightly Divided Daily Meditation Blog (https://rightlydividedbible.wordpress.com/) Join the […]

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[youtube]0EHh57VDDOI[/youtube] In this episode, Pastor Richard answers a question about doctrine. Does doctrine limit God? What do the scriptures say about doctrine? Is it better to think about doctrine limiting the old sinful nature, rather than God? Around the Word Devotions (http://www.whatdoesthismean.org/devotions.html) Rightly Divided Daily Meditation Blog (https://rightlydividedbible.wordpress.com/) Questions about the Lutheran Ninja Clan and […]

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[youtube]-T__py3N9Po[/youtube] “Christ!” is a bold confession. It is so bold that it is often obstructed or miscontrued in our day and age. Furthermore, when we attach the word “alone” to the confession of “Christ” we are not allowing a comma, but a period. Christ alone; period! In the following lecture Rev. Dr. Matthew Richard shares […]

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[youtube]1SLz77Slars[/youtube] Traditions of old can certainly be valuable. The writings of the early Church Fathers are also very valuable. However, both tradition and the writings of theologians are ‘trumped’ by the Word of God. In other words, when we confess the ‘Word Alone’ we are not confessing that we should reject everything of old from […]

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[youtube]gWEuYBJSf0k[/youtube] Romans 14 is about…wait for it…closed communion!!! Wait, what? Yep. But of course, not the way we might think. You won’t want to miss this episode of Greek Tuesday where Pastor Fisk goes through Romans 14 and 16, dealing with the Biblical examples of house churches, closed communion, and false teachers. Here’s a hint: […]

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[youtube]e9SSElYDVpM[/youtube] Today we start a special treat for you. Below you’ll find a link to a past Greek Tuesday on this week’s Gospel text because today, we’re starting a series on the Epistle readings! Pastor Fisk starts with 1 Timothy 1:3-17 and does some excellent teaching on love, doctrine and truth. Got questions about whether […]

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<div>Hey guys, I have been studying the Nicene Creed and came to the article that says “We acknowledge one baptism for the forgiveness of sins”. TheRCC, eastern churches, and Lutheran churches can all doctrinally agree with that article but the Calvinist (Westminster Confession) andAnglican (39 Articles) cannot. My question is the article prior to this: “We […]

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I would be interested in what line you draw for the doctrine of church fellowship.  Since becoming an orthodox Lutheran, I have seen two opinions among them as to this matter.  There are those who require total agreement on all doctrines, which seems to correctly reflect what I have read in Walther and Pieper.  Others, […]

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As I have come out of a Reformed background and am now an orthodox Lutheran, I have come to be very suspicious of the Reformed emphasis on “a personal relationship” with Christ. It often seems that it doesn’t matter what a person believes about “doctrine”, so long as he has this “personal relationship”. Could you […]

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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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