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As Lutheran As It Gets delves deep into the deep tracks, B-sides, and basement tapes of our Lutheran fathers. As Lutheran As It Gets is hosted by Rev. Donavon Riley with Rev. Christopher Gillespie interrupting the monologue and producing.










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Pastors Gillespie and Riley continue their discussion with Philip Melancthon on the power of the Gospel from his Loci Communes. This week, what is righteousness?Copyright Higher Things®, Higher Things - Dare to be Lutheran.Support the work of Higher Things.
Pastors Gillespie and Riley continue their discussion with Philip Melancthon on the power of the Gospel from his Loci Communes. This week, what is grace?Copyright Higher Things®, Higher Things - Dare to be Lutheran.Support the work of Higher Things.
Pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Philip Melanchthon’s work on the power of the gospel from his Loci Communes.Copyright Higher Things®, Higher Things - Dare to be Lutheran.Support the work of Higher Things.
This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley wrap up their reading and discussion of Philip Melanchthon's Loci Communes on the power of the law. How does God use his word of law to curb our sinful urges and cravings, drive us to Jesus for salvation, and instruct Christians in their vocations?Copyright Higher Things®, Higher Things - Dare to be Lutheran.Support the work of Higher Things.
This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley dive back into Philip Melanchthon's Loci Communes. More on the power the law, how God works through the law to reveal our sin, and distinguishing between afflicting the comfortable and comforting the afflicted in pastoral care.         Copyright Higher Things®, Higher Things - Dare to be Lutheran.Support the work of Higher Things.
Martin Luther referred to Philip's Loci Communes as "one of the clearest statements of the Christian religion ever written." With this in mind, pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Philip Melancthon's Loci on the power of the law and the gospel.  What is the power of the Law? What distinguishes God's Word of Law from human definitions of the law?Copyright Higher Things®, Higher Things - Dare to be Lutheran.Support the work of Higher Things.
This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Hermann Sasse’s “This Is My Body.” Sasse examines the events at the Marburg Colloquy and how it influenced Lutheran and Protestant sacramental theology for centuries.Copyright Higher Things®, Higher Things - Dare to be Lutheran.Support the work of Higher Things.
This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Werner Elert’s examination of the Lord’s Supper as the heart of the Church, the liturgy, and Christian life.Copyright Higher Things®, Higher Things - Dare to be Lutheran.Support the work of Higher Things.
This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss another one of Luther’s commentaries on the penitential psalms. Copyright Higher Things®, Higher Things - Dare to be Lutheran.Support the work of Higher Things.
This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Martin Luther’s commentary on Psalm 38. A lot of conversation about sin, grace, and militant piety.Copyright Higher Things®, Higher Things - Dare to be Lutheran.Support the work of Higher Things.
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