Concord Matters on KFUO: Recap and Preview (by Pr. Charles Henrickson)

UPDATE, MONDAY, DEC. 16 . . . I just received this word from on high: The show that was snowed out on Saturday–with host Craig Donofrio and guests Steve Cholak and Ellie Corrow, picking up at paragraph 7 of the Preface–that show will be broadcast LIVE tomorrow, Tuesday, 2:00-3:00 p.m. (Central). Everything else–for example, my guests Daniel Preus and Pam Nielsen for this coming Saturday–will remain the same. Keep calm and carry on.

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The second program of Concord Matters is in the books, and the third one is on the way tomorrow.

On the show that aired last Saturday, host Rod Zwonitzer and his guests, Pastors Tony Sikora and Bob Zagore, discussed the Preface of the Christian Book of Concord, focusing on paragraphs 4-6. You can read those paragraphs here on this page, and you can listen to the archived discussion on this audio link. You can listen to any of the previous programs, at your convenience, by going to the Concord Matters archives.

Tomorrow, Saturday, 10:00-11:00 a.m. (Central), host Craig Donofrio will welcome guests the Rev. Steve Cholak and Deaconess Ellie Corrow, as they continue on in the Preface, picking up at paragraph 7. You can listen live–and even participate by phone or e-mail–by clicking on the streaming online link at kfuoam.org, or listen later to the rebroadcast on Tuesday, 2:00-3:00 p.m. (Central).

I will be hosting on Saturday, December 21, when my guests are scheduled to be the Rev. Daniel Preus and Deaconess Pam Nielsen.

By the way, if you do not have your own copy of the Book of Concord, I encourage you to get one. Right now CPH is offering Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions, A Reader’s Edition of the Book of Concord at the very affordable price of $19.99. You may want to follow the Reading Guide therein (p. xxxiv), and read through the Book of Concord over the course of 2014, whether individually or as part of a Book of Concord Reading Group in your area. (Ask your pastor to get a group started!)

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