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A Word Fitly Spoken proclaims Jesus Christ in all His fullness from in-depth exploration of Holy Scripture and study of how God's Word has borne fruit throughout church history.
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Receptionism

Receptionism

2019-10-1701:00:44

WFS opens a new season with a listener question.  What is Receptionism?  How does it compare with the Lutheran Confessions?  How should we treat the issue of the Lord's Supper?  Join us as we delve into the history behind this position and how it came to be in our circles today.Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn HeideEpisode: 76Find articles and other podcast episodes on our website: wordfitlyspoken.orgFollow us on Twitter: @wordfitlySend us a message: podcast@wordfitlyspoken.orgSubscribe to the podcast: RSS Feed, iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app.
Loehe on the Liturgy

Loehe on the Liturgy

2019-08-2201:03:22

The rhythms of the liturgy sanctify our time, our space, and our thought, so that we may redeem the time.  Loehe argues for retaining and renewing the liturgy even in his day when much of it had been lost or neglected.  His insights continue to inform our own time, especially in an age which sees many of the same struggles.Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn HeideRegular Guest:  Rev. Adam KoontzEpisode: 75Find articles and other podcast episodes on our website: wordfitlyspoken.orgFollow us on Twitter: @wordfitlySend us a message: podcast@wordfitlyspoken.orgSubscribe to the podcast: RSS Feed, iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app.
Tubal-Cain's Forge

Tubal-Cain's Forge

2019-08-1501:00:15

Technology has the power to shape our lives, though often in ways we do not expect.  We may seek to control things which do not belong to us.  We may exalt technology as a mysterious and mystifying power over our lives.  We may even look to technology as security for an uncertain tomorrow.  But one thing is clear:  the same forge which brings forth the plow shapes the sword.  Technology is both a blessing and a curse.Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn HeideEpisode: 74Find articles and other podcast episodes on our website: wordfitlyspoken.orgFollow us on Twitter: @wordfitlySend us a message: podcast@wordfitlyspoken.orgSubscribe to the podcast: RSS Feed, iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app.
Loehe on Catechesis

Loehe on Catechesis

2019-08-0801:02:45

Catechesis literally means echoing back and forth, a question and answer of the basic truths of the faith.  Loehe continues his discussion of the work of a pastor by discussing the method, form, and content of catechesis, as well as how it relates to the life of the church.Host: Rev. Zelwyn HeideRegular Guest:  Rev. David AppoldEpisode: 73Find articles and other podcast episodes on our website: wordfitlyspoken.orgFollow us on Twitter: @wordfitlySend us a message: podcast@wordfitlyspoken.orgSubscribe to the podcast: RSS Feed, iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app.
Following the death of Joseph Smith, Mormonism faced a serious crisis.  Who would be the next leader?  To make matters worse, several contenders stepped forward to claim the spot.  However, Brigham Young would take the lead and begin the next important chapter in Mormon history.  Join us as we discuss the various splinter groups that resulted from this crisis and an overview of the life of Young.Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn HeideEpisode: 72Find articles and other podcast episodes on our website: wordfitlyspoken.orgFollow us on Twitter: @wordfitlySend us a message: podcast@wordfitlyspoken.orgSubscribe to the podcast: RSS Feed, iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app.
There is no greater treasure than to hear the Word of God communicated clearly in your own language.  The Evangelical Heritage Version aims to translate the Bible into clear English style while maintaining a faithful translation.  Professor John Brug, the head of the Wartburg Project, joins us to discuss the EHV, what makes it unique, and why it was undertaken in the first place.Links mentioned in the show may be found on our website.Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn HeideGuest:  Prof. John Brug, Professor Emeritus of Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary, and General Editor of Project WartburgEpisode: 71Find articles and other podcast episodes on our website: wordfitlyspoken.orgFollow us on Twitter: @wordfitlySend us a message: podcast@wordfitlyspoken.orgSubscribe to the podcast: RSS Feed, iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app.
Loehe the Preacher

Loehe the Preacher

2019-07-1801:06:03

Preaching is the chief work of the ministry, yet it happens on more than Sunday morning.  A man must be apt to teach, though he can and should increase this God-given gift in his work.  Loehe also describes the form of a sermon and offers some surprising suggestions regarding this important task.Host: Rev. Zelwyn HeideRegular Guest:  Rev. David AppoldEpisode: 70Find articles and other podcast episodes on our website: wordfitlyspoken.orgFollow us on Twitter: @wordfitlySend us a message: podcast@wordfitlyspoken.orgSubscribe to the podcast: RSS Feed, iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app.
Repentance

Repentance

2019-07-1101:03:10

Repent, for the kingdom of God is near!  What does repentance look like?  What keeps us from repentance?  How do we bear fruit in keeping with repentance?  Join us as we discuss a doctrine so important that Jesus Himself began His preaching ministry with the call to repent.Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn HeideEpisode: 69Find articles and other podcast episodes on our website: wordfitlyspoken.orgFollow us on Twitter: @wordfitlySend us a message: podcast@wordfitlyspoken.orgSubscribe to the podcast: RSS Feed, iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app.
Technology is the means by which we obtain certain goals, and using technology is part of being human.  Yet in an age when technology increasingly dominates our lives, what does the Word of God have to say about it?  Join us as we discuss why technology isn't a neutral issue, some of what the Lord says about it, and why bringing up the Amish is a red herring.Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn HeideRegular Guest:  Rev. Adam KoontzEpisode: 68Find articles and other podcast episodes on our website: wordfitlyspoken.orgFollow us on Twitter: @wordfitlySend us a message: podcast@wordfitlyspoken.orgSubscribe to the podcast: RSS Feed, iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app.
One of the goals of catechesis is Biblical literacy, and one of the best ways to obtain it is through the use of Bible histories.  Whether the setting is in confirmation, homeschooling, the home, or even just in personal improvement, these somewhat lost treasures provide an easy method for pastors, teachers, and parents alike.Links to some of the resources mentioned in the podcast may be found on the website.Host: Rev. Zelwyn HeideRegular Guests:  Rev. Aaron UphoffEpisode: 67Find articles and other podcast episodes on our website: wordfitlyspoken.orgFollow us on Twitter: @wordfitlySend us a message: podcast@wordfitlyspoken.orgSubscribe to the podcast: RSS Feed, iTunes, Spotify, or your favorite podcasting app.
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Kyle Winter

One of the most underrated theological podcasts in the history of theological podcasting. excellent work brothers!

Mar 16th
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