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Christian Combatives!

Christian Combatives!

2022-05-1301:04:49

On this episode I had the pleasure of interviewing Fr. Wirtz of Christian Combatives. We had a great time chatting and have even started talking about putting out some more content together on both his channels and mine!I hope you enjoy this discussion! It was a lot of fun to record. If you haven't yet, check out Christian Combatives on YouTube - it has a ton of great content and is a great source for apologetics and dogmatics. And, if you get him over 1,000 subscribers, he'll make a video on whether or not it's a sin to be a furry (spoiler: it is).Support the show
This week I had the pleasure of interviewing the wonderful Moses Bratrud on his journey to Lutheranism from Dutch Reformed theology.We had such a great time talking about Reformed Theology vs Lutheran Theology, Anglicanism, Pentecostalism, and the various ways in which we impact theology and it impacts us.I hope you enjoy this episode!Follow Moses!May 7  - religious doubt in victorian era presentation at the Davenant InstituteMoses' BlogMoses' TwitterMinnesota Family CouncilSupport the show
This week I sit down with Twitter's very own C. D. Henry to discuss his journey to Lutheranism and the comforts of Lutheran Theology.We also spend an inordinate amount of time discussing alcohol preferences.It was truly a great time, and even cutting out about 20 minutes of personal chatter, we're still at the 80 minute mark, making this one of the longer episodes I've recorded.I hope you enjoy!Also, follow @CDHenry_CO on twitter!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
On this episode of Lutheran Answers I sit down with Jared to discuss American Evangelicalism, Dispensationalist Eschatology, and play a fun little game where we try to figure out if we're reading a line from a Contemporary Christian Music Worship song or the 50 Shades of Gray series.It was a lot of fun! Follow Jared@EconotheistScholastic LutheransSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
Catholicism w/ Fr. Tom

Catholicism w/ Fr. Tom

2022-04-1501:19:02

What a treat! I had the wonderful opportunity to have an actual Catholic Priest on the show! Enjoy the conversation as I sit down with Fr. Tom Bombadil from Twitter, as we discuss Priesthood, Sola Scriptura, and much much more!Follow Father TomSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
With Pastor Ben Meyer

With Pastor Ben Meyer

2022-04-0801:04:42

On this episode of Lutheran Answers I got the chance to speak down with my dear friend Pastor Ben Meyer. Pr. Meyer is such a wonderful man, and such a great pastor. He does so much for the online Lutheran Community, and it was so great to sit and chat with him.Things we discussed:Central Ohio Lutheran Immigrant Mission(the guy that built that site)The Lutheran WorldFind Pr. Meyer in the places:TwitterBlogChurchSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
In this episode I had the absolute joy of sitting down with Pastor Bryan Wolfmueller, who is someone I admire so much. We had such a good time chatting about witchcraft, paganism, and what makes Christianity different.Check out Pr. Wolfmueller's website Wolfmueller.co and make sure to sign up for his weekly Wednesday What~Not list!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
I had the wonderful joy to sit down with very excellent Twitter Lutheran Ryan Moody to discuss his journey from Baptist, to Atheist, to Mormon, to Lutheran!We spend some time discussing what Mormon culture is like, how he became a Mormon, and what ultimately lead him to the comforts of Confessional Lutheranism.Follow Ryan on Twitter @LutheranLemurResources For Reaching Out to Your Mormon Friends:Truth in Love MinistriesSpeaking the Truth in Love to MormonsAre you currently a member of the LDS church?Please click here to check out Be Ye Perfect, a free resource for people in the LDS faith.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
In this Episode, Josh Craig is back on to discuss Confessional Youth Ministry with me! I hope you enjoy our discussion about how we can reach out to young people in today's world.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
I got to sit down with my very dear and completely single friend Rachel Gernhardt to discuss what it was like to grow up in a Pentecostal tradition.I hope you enjoy this episode! As you'll hear it was recorded 3 or 4 months ago during Advent! But don't worry, I've spent all this time recording and meeting people and lining up interviews for a great year!What a kick off for Season 2 of the Lutheran Answers Podcast!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
In this episode I sit down with the amazing Josh Craig. Truly one of the kindest, most fun men I've had the chance to interact with. Josh was gracious enough to speak with me for an hour about Youth Ministry, Family Life Ministry, and the pitfalls that a lot of people unknowingly step into. Josh and I actually ended up talking another hour and a half after I stopped recording, and during that time set up to talk again. So there will be a part 2 to this episode in a few weeks, and probably more than that.If you don't already, follow Josh on Twitter: @hoshuahAnd make sure you follow his wife Madelyn!Madelyn's Twitter: MaddyRose_CraigMadelyn's Instagram: MaddyRoseCraig_AuthorMadelyn's Facebook: Maddy Rose Craig AuthorMadelyn's Website: MadelynRoseCraig.comMadelyn's book: Names, Nations, & The New TestamentSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
Pastor Brian Thomas is the pastor of Grace Lutheran in San Diego, CA. He is the author of "Wittenberg vs. Geneva" and "Draw Me Unto Thee: A Lenten Prayerbook." As a former naval officer, he loves serving our sailors and marines in the local San Diego region.His work can be found at 1517, where he is a contributor. Pr. Thomas's BooksWittenberg Vs Geneva (#af)Draw Me Unto TheeSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
Join Tanner Guzy and me as we sit down and Aspirational Fatherhood and what it means to be a man in the world today, and a man that your kids want to be. We covered a lot in this episode! It was a great time. Here are the things we discussed:Tanner's Book: The Appearance of Power (#af)Tanner's Website: Masculine StyleTanner's Socials: Twitter | InstagramTanner's Podcast: Spiritual ArsonSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
Interview w/ Hans Fiene

Interview w/ Hans Fiene

2021-11-0801:10:36

Pr. Hans Fiene of Bread Twitter was kind enough to sit down for an hour and speak with me about being a pastor, his Lutheran Satire side-project on YouTube, and our general attitudes about the world around us.I had a great time speaking with Pr. Fiene, and I really enjoyed his perspective on things. What's so amazing to me, especially going back and listening over the editing process, was how thorough, intelligent, and quick he was with all of his answers.I do not send questions ahead of time, and all his answers were natural, off the cuff answers. Truly one of the kindest, most intelligent men I've ever met. I'm honored to have him on.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
I had the overwhelming joy of getting to sit down and speak with Rev. Seth Hecox, an ELCA pastor and member of the band Becoming the Archetype. Rev. Hecox tweeted a question: Would you be willing to admit Jesus was wrong?It got him in some trouble with conservative Christians of various stripes. I figured I would take the time to have him on and let him, in his own words, explain the point he was trying to make. We also spent quite a good amount of time speaking about ministry, our denominational differences, and his band, Becoming the Archetype - one of my all time favorite musical acts.I hope you enjoy this episode!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
In this week's episode, I share with you part one of a two hour conversation that I had with Everyone's Favorite Chad, the one that's Literally Catholic: @Literally_ChadThis episode, like I said, is part one. I felt like a big two hour thing was a bit too long, since my episodes average about 70 minutes. I didn't want to suddenly double the runtime for you guys. I would love to give you notes on what we talk about, but we really run the gamut and talk about everything. This discussion started out as us taking on getting guys to just DM the girl and get married so we can have more Christian babies, but we ended up - pretty immediately - moving on to other topics. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
In this episode I spent some time right up front giving you a few updates about Lutheran Answers and the future of the podcast and website. Afterwards I answered questions that people have submitted! Is the COVID-19 Vaccine the Mark of the Beast? Do Lutherans have Monasteries or Convents?Is COVID-19 a judgement from God?This is a shorter episode because it's just me. But stay tuned for next week! I have a great interview scheduled. I hope you enjoy this episode.Shop Lutheran Answers Merch!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
I had the lovely opportunity to sit down with Dr. Stephen Parrish and discuss his book Atheism? as well as general philosophy and theology within a Christian World View.I had such a wonderful time doing this and I cannot wait to sit down again with Dr. Parrish some time. I hope you enjoy listening to this episode as much as I enjoyed recording it.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
On the Resurrection of the Dead and On the Last Judgment - Theological Commonplaces (cph.org)"The Myth of Righteous Anger" What the Bible Says About Human Anger by Concordia Seminary - issuuLuther: Letters of Spiritual Counsel - Kindle edition by Luther, Martin, Tappert, Theodore G.. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
In this episode of Lutheran Answers, I had the pleasure of sitting down and having a very thoughtful and encouraging conversation with Mr. Zack Houghton. Zack, who goes by @ZDHoughton on Twitter, graduated from a Reformed Baptist Seminary with a Master's Degree in Pastoral Leadership and was a Baptist minister for some time before being convinced of the Lutheran Confessions. Today you can hear us discuss Baptist theology, Mr. Houghton's personal journey, and the comfort that the confessional Lutheran view of Christian theology truly brings.And, keep your ear open to the beginning! You'll hear pretty early on (about the 7 minute mark) a cut in the audio. That's because a storm blew over my town briefly and knocked my power out! I was actually off the call immediately after asking Zack a question.Thanks to Riverside.FM we didn't lose any audio, despite my entire computer shutting off! That's because Riverside uploads each participant's audio and video individually. This allows for higher quality audio and video and avoids interruptions - even if the host drops off the call like I did!If you would like to check out Riverside.FM, please do so using my affiliate link. You get a 60 minute session for free when you sign up - no credit card required! And if you stick with the service, 10% of your purchase price goes to support this podcast.Please give them a look!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/LutheranAnswers)
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