Jesus didn’t come to give us a new law, but we often insist on making them anyway. If you find yourself in this position, you might be worshiping a false Christ.

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What do we do with the Law when we’ve been freed from legalism? Enter Calvinist rehab, of course! 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 Lutheran Ninja Clan Donate Now […]

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Well meaning Christians might disagree on whether to emphasize Law or Gospel at a given time, but at the end of the day Antinomianism and Legalism are just two sides of the same evil, the coin of commingling Law and Gospel, of preaching Jesus not as a Savior, but as as a new Moses. The […]

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If you have faith, then don’t be surprised when listening to the false teaching which says “you should measure your faith by looking at your faith” leaves you wondering if you have any faith at all. Real faith just doesn’t work that way. The Daily Fix is a running commentary on life, death, the world, […]

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If when you hear the Gospel purely preached, your first reaction is to defend the Law, then you’ve done more than just try to mix oil and vinegar: you’ve probably wrongly divided the Word of Truth. The Daily Fix is a running commentary on life, death, the world, the Church, and what the Bible says […]

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[youtube]Ufkj5vI-dPw[/youtube] What are some of the key differences between Eastern Orthodoxy and Confessional Lutheran doctrine? Book source used: http://www.amazon.com/Religious-Bodies-America-PB/dp/0758602316/ Check out the Issues Etc Making the Case Conference here: http://issuesetc.org/47753-2/ We continue our break as Pastor Fisk transitions to his new call in North Dakota and Peter welcomes Atlee Elisabeth into his family. But we still […]

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Dear WE: What do you know of the Apostolic Lutheran Church in America? There is an ALCA church nearby and I have never heard of this group before. Thanks, C Dear C, They are also known as the Laestadian Movement. Though having the name “Lutheran” they hold a “quatenus” subscription to the Augsburg Confession, that […]

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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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In this episode, we call a thing what it is. Which means that Gerhard Forde may have some issues, but his book, “On Being A Theologian Of The Cross” totally rocks. And Pastor Fisk tells you why. Have you wondered about a theology of glory vs. a theology of the cross? What about the third use of the law and substitutionary atonement? Pietism? Legalism? This episode has it all, as well as the Gospel clearly preached as Pastor Fisk points to Christ and him crucified. All in all, a good way to spend fifteen minutes on a Friday!

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[youtube]QvPFaHIPon0[/youtube] On Sunday, September 7, 2014, Bethany Lutheran Church in Naperville, Illinois hosted an “Ask The Pastor” session during its regular Bible study hour. For your listening edification, we recorded the session, led by Pastor Fisk as he answers theological questions from the congregation. The questions came from people of all ages. Questions about the […]

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