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Cardigan & Collar

Author: North American Lutheran Seminary (NALS)

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Cardigan & Collar is the podcast of the North American Lutheran Seminary (NALS), pursuing theological conversations for the enrichment of pastoral ministry. In each episode, Professor David Luy and Pastor Maurice Lee interview guests, discuss books, trade insights, and seek wisdom, in the conviction that theology is both Christ’s gift to the church and its responsibility.

To learn more about the North American Lutheran Seminary visit www.thenals.org
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In this episode, Dr. David Luy and Pastor Maurice Lee discuss the conversations we’ve had so far during this season of the podcast focusing on catechesis. They engage in a thoughtful exploration of the concept of catechesis and its vital role in the Christian faith and emphasize the need for a profound awareness of spirituality and the constant danger of straying from the Christian path. The discussion extends to the idea that theoretical principles alone may not suffice, highlighting the importance of lived performances and narratives in shaping a faithful life. The integration of vocation within catechesis is considered, along with practical approaches to renewing and making visible the lost world of catechesis. The conversation touches on the power of narratives, worship, and testimonies from the congregation in forming a robust Christian identity. Join the conversation and listen today! www.thenals.org/podcast⁠ Key Topics: The ongoing significance of catechesis in Christian discipleship The need for acute spiritual awareness in the Christian journey The role of lived performances and narratives in shaping Christian life Integrating vocation within catechesis The significance of worship in catechesis and spiritual formation  Hosts: Dr. David Luy Pastor Maurice Lee  Additional Resources: Save the date for the North American Lutheran Seminary's June InterTerm, "Word and Sacrament Mission in a Post-Christian World," taught by the Rev. Canon Dr. Dan Alger June 10-14, 2024 in Ambridge, PA visit thenals.org/interterm to learn more. SE 1 | EP 5: Catechesis and Contemporary Culture with Dr. Frederick Bauerschmidt coming next month. To learn more about the North American Lutheran Seminary, visit ⁠www.thenals.org
Catechesis in Luther

Catechesis in Luther

2024-01-1255:56

In this episode we have Todd Hains from Lexham Press on the podcast as we delve into Martin Luther's approach to catechesis and its relevance for modern Christian practices. Hains unpacks Luther's emphasis on simplifying and purifying catechetical methods, highlighting the integration of these teachings into daily routines, both at home and within the church. Luther's insistence on memorization as a foundational step in learning the catechism is explored, offering insights into a classical model of education. The conversation pivots to contemporary applications, urging pastors to adopt manageable steps and engage congregations through tools like Luther's Small Catechism. Join the conversation and listen today! ⁠www.thenals.org/podcast⁠ Key Topics: Luther's catechetical approach Memorization and classical learning Integration of catechetical teachings into daily routines Contemporary application  Guest:  Dr. Todd Hains Hosts: Pastor Maurice Lee Dr. David Luy Additional Resources: Save the date for the North American Lutheran Seminary's June InterTerm, "Word and Sacrament Mission in a Post-Christian World,"taught by the Rev. Canon Dr. Dan Alger June 10-14, 2024 in Ambridge, PA – Registration opens March 25th!  The Fat Cat Series by Lexham Press Martin Luther and the Rule of Faith by Dr. Todd Hains
In this episode, we dive into the world of early Christian catechesis with Dr. Alex Fogleman, the founding director of the Catechesis Institute and assistant research professor of theology at the Institute for Studies of Religion at Baylor University. Uncovering the diverse approaches, theological foundations, and practical aspects of catechesis in the early church, the episode explores figures from the early church and sheds light on the communal and relational nature of formation in the Christian community. Dr. Fogleman reflects on the relevance of these insights for modern Christian formation and recommends essential texts for a deeper dive. Join the conversation and listen today! ⁠www.thenals.org/podcast Key Topics: The foundations of catechesis Catechesis and its historical context The recovery of catechesis in our modern context The intersection of knowledge and faith Dr. Fogleman’s latest book, “Knowledge, Faith, and Early Christian Initiation” Guest: Dr. Alex Fogleman - Director of the Catechesis Institute and Assistant Research Professor of Theology at the Institute for Studies of Religion at Baylor University Hosts: Dr. David Luy Pastor Maurice Lee Additional Resources: Save the date for the North American Lutheran Seminary's June InterTerm, "Word and Sacrament Mission in a Post-Christian World," taught by the Rev. Canon Dr. Dan Alger June 10-14, 2024 in Ambridge, PA The Catechesis Institute Dr. Fogleman's latest book "Knowledge, Faith, and Early Christian Initiation" SE 1 | EP 3: Catechesis in Luther with Dr. Todd Hains coming next month To learn more about the North American Lutheran Seminary, visit ⁠www.thenals.org
Why Catechesis?

Why Catechesis?

2023-11-0249:11

Why Catechesis? In this episode, the Rev. Dr. Joel Scandrett joins Dr. Luy and Pastor Lee as they explore the role of catechesis in Christian formation. They delve into the historical and theological significance of catechesis, drawing from early Christian and Reformation traditions. Dr. Scandrett highlights the importance of classic catechisms like the Apostles' Creed, the Lord's Prayer, and the Ten Commandments in shaping Christian identity and understanding. The episode emphasizes the dynamic relationship between catechists and students and the need to integrate catechesis within the worshipping community. Dr. Scandrett's insights offer a compelling perspective on the ongoing relevance of catechesis in nurturing Christian discipleship. www.thenals.org/podcast Key Topics: Historical context and theological foundations of catechesis The role of classic catechetical topics in Christian formation The importance of dynamic catechist-student relationships Integrating catechesis within the worshipping community The ongoing significance of catechesis in Christian discipleship  Guest: Dr. Joel Scandrett – Associate Professor of Historical Theology at Trinity School for Ministry  Hosts: Dr. David Luy Pastor Maurice Lee  Additional Resources: The North American Lutheran Seminary's summer interterm class on "Word and Sacrament Mission in a Post-Christian World," taught by Dr. Dan Alger SE 1 | EP 2: Catechesis in the Early Church with Dr. Alex Fogleman coming next month To learn more about the North American Lutheran Seminary, visit www.thenals.org
Join Professor David Luy and Pastor Maurice Lee in the debut episode of Cardigan & Collar. In this conversation they set the stage for a unique journey exploring the crossroads of theology and pastoral ministry while they share their vision for the podcast. Get ready for a compelling exploration, as theology and ministry come together in this exciting inaugural episode! Learn more about the North American Lutheran Seminary (NALS)
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