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Blood Moons and Joel 2

 On Friday, Pr. Todd Wilken interviewed James Patrick Holding of Tekton Education and Apologetics Ministries  concerning his review in the Christian Research Journal of televangelist John Hagee’s book Four Blood Moons. Holding’s review article is titled “Hagee’s Magic Apologetics.” Holding’s book is titled Blood Moon Lunacy and was written to evaluate Hagee’s claims and history of false predictions. The interview was generally very helpful in evaluating Hagee’s faulty dispensationalist theology, his newspaper exegesis, and his cherry picking of data.But there was one point in the interview where Holding’s remarks seemed to catch Pr. Wilken off guard. I know that even with the small amount of experience that I   More…

Rock Solid Confession by Pastor Byran Wolfmueller on Issues Etc. – God and Suffering.

May 1st, 2013 No comments

Anyone who has ever heard Pastor Bryan Wolfmueller on Table Talk Radio or Issues Etc. knows he is a faithful confessional Lutheran pastor. He was recently on Issues Etc. talking about God and Suffering in the wake of the Boston Marathon Bombings. The words of joy and hope we have in Jesus Christ were perfectly confessed in Pastor Wolfmueller’s interview with Pastor Todd Wilken. In times of suffering and tragedy, the only comfort we have is the cross of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of our sins. I hope you will take the time to listen to it and also   More…

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Sacred Music & Talk for Christmas

December 12th, 2012 No comments

Dear Friend of Issues, Etc.,   Advent greetings to you!   We have produced a special church bulletin insert for the weekends of December 16 and 23.  The bulletin insert contains information about Lutheran Public Radio, Sacred Music for the Christmas Season and Issues, Etc., Talk Radio for the Christmas Season. Click here to download, then print and make copies of the bulletin insert.   Also help spread the word by promoting this video:   If you have any questions, please send an email to talkback@issuesetc.org.   Thank you for your support!   Jeff Schwarz, General Manager Lutheran Public Radio lutheranpublicradio.org   More…

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Steadfast Media Pick of the Week — A Pick from the Archives

June 28th, 2012 No comments

A Pick from the Archives This week’s pick is from the pre-cancelation days of Issues, Etc. and it’s a Sunday night national show on campus ministry with Pr. Marcus Zill. Pr. Zill discusses the challenges of campus ministry from the perspectives of the church, the students, and parents. World views, homosexuality, and faith challenges are just a few of the topics discussed. At ~15:30 of the first hour Pr. Zill tells a story about how he and his congregation faced the controversy that ensued after the murder of Matthew Shepard. Most importantly, Pr. Zill talks about how campus ministry keeps   More…

Issues Etc. — Talk Radio for Holy Week

March 26th, 2012 No comments

Dear Friend of Issues, Etc., Lenten greetings to you! We have produced a special church bulletin insert to be included for the weekend of Palm Sunday, April 1. The bulletin insert contains information about Issues, Etc.’s Holy Week programs and for our 24/7 sacred music internet station, Lutheran Public Radio. Click here to download, then print and make copies of the bulletin insert. If you have any questions, please send an email to talkback@issuesetc.org. Thanks for your support! Jeff Schwarz, General Manager Issues, Etc./Lutheran Public Radio Join our Mailing List     Talk Radio for Holy Week April 2-9 The   More…

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Issues Etc — Sacred Music for the Christmas Season

December 7th, 2011 10 comments

Sacred Music for the Christmas Season from Lutheran Public Radio:     Post updated to add the below:

The Hat Makes the Man

November 2nd, 2011 54 comments

Another great post from Stand Firm by Scott Diekmann:   On the October 14th Issues, Etc. Comment Line, a listener phoned in with show suggestions (35:20 into the clip below), one of which was “How can the LCMS appoint kingdom of the left administrators, give them kingdom of the left job titles, like ‘District President’ or ‘Synodical President,’ and give them kingdom of the left job descriptions, and then be surprised when they utilize the most recent kingdom of the left methodologies to come to conclusions that make absolutely no sense in the kingdom of the right.” Pastor Wilken’s response   More…

Issues, Etc. on the ULC situation with Pr. David Kind

September 27th, 2011 35 comments

And another blog post on the issue: Father Hollywood   Found on Issues, Etc. The Proposed Sale of University Lutheran Chapel-Minneapolis & Campus Ministry in the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod Pastor David Kind of University Lutheran Chapel-Minneapolis, MN

Issues Etc — Believe video

September 12th, 2011 3 comments

I found this on facebook. Great video!

Issues Etc on Athanasian Creed

June 18th, 2011 3 comments

Found on Issues, Etc.: This week the Church celebrates Trinity Sunday. Christians around the world will confess the ancient Athanasian Creed. Is the doctrine of the Trinity essential to the Christian faith? What does it mean to worship “One God in Trinity and Trinity in Unity”? Prepare to celebrate Trinity Sunday by listening to our four-part series on “The Athanasian Creed” with Pastor Will Weedon. Part 1: One God in Trinity and Trinity in Unity   Part 2: The Persons and Substance of the Trinity   Part 3: The Incarnation of Christ   Part 4: The Work of Christ     More…

Issues, Etc. 24

March 26th, 2011 7 comments

You saw it last year. Mark your calendar for this year! It’s back! Twenty-Four Hour Live Broadcast on Issues Etc. Begins Friday, April 8, 4:00pm Ends Saturday, April 9, 4:00pm (central time) 4pm: Dr. Ken Schurb on Acts 6pm: Dr. David Adams on Exodus 8pm: Dr. Andrew Steinmann on Daniel 10pm: Rev. Jonathan Fisk on Revelation 12am: Rev. Bryan Wulfmueller on Isaiah 2am: Dr. John Kleinig on Psalms 4am: Dr. Greg Lockwood on John 6am: Professor David Lewis on Mark 8am: Dr. Arthur Just on Hebrews 10am: Dr. John Saleska on Genesis 12pm: Rev. William Weedon on Ephesians 2pm: Dr.   More…

One congregation’s nominations and overtures (by Pr. Charles Henrickson)

February 1st, 2010 4 comments

Below is an example of one congregation’s nominations and overtures for the Synod convention, from St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Bonne Terre, Missouri, on January 31, 2010. (The deadline for nominations to be received is March 10, and the deadline for overtures is March 6.) NOMINATIONS PRESIDENT 1. Matthew Harrison St. Louis, Missouri 2. Herbert Mueller Waterloo, Illinois FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT 1. Herbert Mueller Waterloo, Illinois 2. Daniel Preus St. Louis, Missouri OTHER VICE-PRESIDENT 1. John Wohlrabe Geneseo, Illinois 2. Daniel Preus St. Louis, Missouri 3. David Adams St. Louis, Missouri 4. Scott Murray Houston, Texas OVERTURES To Overrule CCM Opinions   More…

BJS Reviews Issues Etc on the Ascension of Christ – 21st May, 2009, by Ross Wardenburg

May 28th, 2009 1 comment

We at BJS have created a column where we hope to review programs from Issues, Etc. Our goal in doing this is to help people to understand what types of programs are available on Issues, Etc. and perhaps to generate interest in the show by new listeners. We also hope to make it easier for you to introduce Issues, Etc. to friends or members of your church; you can print these out and hand them to people who might be interested in the topic. Listen to the show to learn more about this topic, or go to the On Demand   More…

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It’s OK to Bring Lawsuits–When They Suit You, by Pr. Charles Henrickson

February 10th, 2009 16 comments

During the last few years we heard plenty from the Kieschnick administration about lawsuits being really bad. Of course, that was when the Kieschnick administration was on the receiving end of a lawsuit. So, for instance, at the 2007 convention in Houston, candidates for boards and offices, if they had participated in that lawsuit, were labeled with a “scarlet letter.” Second Vice-President Paul Maier cited as an example of promoting division: “Lawsuits against the Synod and its leadership. . . . Bottom line . . . ‘Don’t go to law: this is sin!’ And that is quite apart from the   More…