In this episode, Brian and Jason demonstrate Brett's vital importance to the podcast by recording an episode without him. They discuss Jason's recent Doctor of Ministry class at Concordia Seminary - St. Louis on Luther's doctrine of the Two Kingdoms. They also examine the vital importance of catechesis to Christian... read more →
In this episode, Brett, Brian, and Jason do a Bible study on Matthew 4:1-11 as they wrap up their discussion on the Sixth Commandment. They look at the nature of temptation, and in discussing this passage, they point out that Jesus primarily serves as our substitute instead of merely our... read more →
In this episode, Brett, Brian, and Jason examine the prohibitions of the Sixth Commandment through the lens of Scripture. They look at the sin of David with Bathsheba and how God interacts with David through the prophet Nathan to both convict him of sin and forgive his sin.
In this episode, Brett, Brian, and Jason discuss the Sixth Commandment. The Sixth Commandment, in prohibiting adultery, is also simultaneously promoting both purity and especially the family.
In this episode, Brett, Brian, and Jason respond to a comment left by a listener on the website. Jason apologizes for taking the application of a part of the Law beyond where he should have. When we hear the Law accusing and pointing out sin, we are tempted in our... read more →
In this episode, Brett, Brian, and Jason wrap up their discussion on the Fifth Commandment by doing a review of the Law and Vocation. The lay out the concept of the two kinds of righteousness, and they discuss the freedom we have in Christ to live our lives in love... read more →
In this episode, Brett, Brian, and Jason discuss how the Fifth Commandment promotes life by doing a Bible study on Luke 10:25-37. In the parable of the Good Samaritan we learn how to love our neighbor by protecting his life, but we also learn how Jesus Christ has been our... read more →
In this episode, Brett, Brian, and Jason consider the application of the Fifth Commandment by doing a Bible Study on Genesis 4. By looking at Cain and Abel, they discuss the relationship of works righteousness to karma, and the need for repentance and how the Word of God works to... read more →
In this episode, Brett, Brian, and Jason look at what Luther's small and large catechisms say about the Fifth Commandment. They discuss how sanctification works under the Fifth Commandment (and Second Table of the Law in general), as well as how the Fifth Commandment impacts loving our neighbor in our... read more →
In this episode, Brett, Brian, and Jason conclude the series on the Fourth Commandment with a Bible study on Rom. 13:1-7. They discuss the implications of the Fourth Commandment on civil society and living under our rulers.