Dr. Richard Stuckwisch Examples of different styles without changing substance. At the 2014 LCMS Institute on Liturgy, Preaching, and Church Music Dr. Richard Stuckwisch did workshops on the responsible use of freedom in worship (twice), a sacramentally-shaped life (twice), and the LSB one-year and three-year lectionaries (once). Sacramentally Shaped Life 1 (LCMS LIturgy Institute 2014) by Rev’d Rick Stuckwisch on Mixcloud Sacramentally Shaped Life 2 (LCMS Liturgy Institute 2014) by Rev’d Rick Stuckwisch on Mixcloud Freedom and Responsibility 1 (LCMS Liturgy Institute 2014) by Rev’d Rick Stuckwisch on Mixcloud Freedom and Responsibility 2 (LCMS More…
God’s Own Child I Gladly Say It Examples of different styles without changing substance. From Pr. Matt Richard From Higher Things From Lutherans in Africa
The Good Samaritan
I thought the study of “The Good Samaritan” with Dr. Lane Burgland this week was interesting. I’ve also added some other studies on this parable.
Dr. John Warwick Montgomery responds on Issues Etc. to the arguments in the interview with Dr. John Dominic Crossan of the Jesus Seminar.
An interview with Dr. John Dominic Crossan on the resurrection of Jesus.
Lutheran Fathers Some Lutheran Satire for a warm summer day. I laugh at the Pr. Fisk reference every time.
Youth Ministry The White Horse Inn has been doing a series on youth ministry and while it has been good in general, the most recent episode had one of the most jarring moments in a podcast I have experienced and not in a good way. T. David Gordon was talking about having a discussion with your children about the serious nature of the demands Christ makes and whether they are willing to make this decision or not. Then Mike Horton tells a story about a similar discussion with his sons when they were considering making their “profession of More…
30 Minute Church A couple of weeks ago there was an article in the Chicago Tribune about Trinity Memorial Lutheran Church offering a 30-minute church service. This week I found two podcasts with different takes on the service. There aren’t any “sides” represented, just different levels of concern. What struck me was how personal relationships and trust influenced how the service was viewed. There is probably a lesson we should be learning related to the SMP program and even The Koinonia Project. http://traffic.libsyn.com/lutherandifference/episode_356.mp3 Radical Grace Radio relevant discussion begins about 11:15 https://boarsinthevineyard.files.wordpress.com/2014/06/episode-027.mp3 Boars in the Vineyard relevant discussion More…
Calvinism & Lutheranism Dr. Kim Riddlebarger discusses some of the different confessions Calvinists have and walks though the T.U.L.I.P.. with Rev. Wilken asking many of the questions to the things that Lutherans see as problematic. http://issuesetc.org/podcast/156020309H1p.mp3 Original Air Date: February 3, 2009
Mr. Rogers Shortly after the death of Mr. Rogers, Rev. Bill Cwirla was on to discuss what the church can learn from him. http://wittenbergmedia.org/audio/What_Can_the_Church_Learn_from_Mr_Rogers_-_Cwirla.mp3 Original Air Date: March 30, 2005
Aaron Wolf I came across this interesting old interview with Aaron Wolf on his journey from Fundamentalism, to Evangelicalism, and then Lutheranism. Part 1: http://wittenbergmedia.org/audio/Fundamentalism_Evangelicalism_and_Lutheranism_-_Wolf.1.mp3 Part 2: http://wittenbergmedia.org/audio/Fundamentalism_Evangelicalism_and_Lutheranism_-_Wolf.2.mp3 Original Air Date: October 31, 2004
Lutheran Satire – Things Your Lutheran Pastor Totally Loves: Being Mistaken for the ELCA I can’t believe this is three years old. It still holds up and the comment thread is interesting. I know it’s a YouTube comment thread (which can get worse than the ones around here ;-), but browse it if you have some time.
Name That Worldview This is a little lighter segment of Issues, Etc. which may have paved the way for Table Talk Radio. It’s a game called “Name That Worldview.” Songs from Peter, Paul and Mary, Joni Mitchell, Fleetwood Mac, and R.E.M. are played and it is up to callers to determine what worldview the song is espousing. http://www.wittenbergmedia.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Name_That_Worldview.mp3 Original Air Date: August 24, 2005
The Exultation of Christ Dr. Normal Nagel discusses the exultation of Christ using Philippians 2:9 as his starting point. http://www.wittenbergmedia.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/The_Exultation_of_Christ_-_Nagel.mp3 Original Air Date: March 30, 2005
This is a talk given by Dr. John Kleinig at Langmeil Lutheran Church on 18 June 2011. Additional resources can be found at http://johnkleinig.com.