In this episode, Brett, Brian, and Jason look at what the Eighth Commandment prohibits by doing a Bible study on James 3:1-12. As James says, "the tongue is a fire, a world of unrighteousness."
In this episode, Brett, Brian, and Jason continue their discussion on the Eighth Commandment. They talk about speaking the truth in love, how being edifying relates to being pro-life, and what it means to put the best possible construction on something.
In this episode, Brett, Brian, and Jason discuss the Eighth Commandment as it is presented by Luther's small and large catechisms. The Eighth Commandment is especially important in today's day and age because it deals with protecting the reputation of your neighbor, something that is increasingly difficult with the propagation... read more →
In this episode, Brett, Brian, and Jason discuss what the Seventh Commandment promotes by doing a Bible study on Luke 19:1-10. In the biblical account of Zaccheus, we see Jesus' forgiveness and reconciliation of Zaccheus as what leads to his response of generosity, not vice versa.
In today's episode, Brett, Brian, and Jason discuss what the Seventh Commandment prohibits by doing a Bible study on 1 Kings 21:1-16. In looking at the vile actions of King Ahab against Naboth, we are reminded of the ugly reality of our own sin and our continued desire to make... read more →
In this episode, Brett, Brian, and Jason discuss the Seventh Commandment from the Small and Large Catechism. Even though the Seventh Commandment expressly forbids theft, it also covers things such as laziness and honest business dealing. To nobody's surprise, our hosts discuss the impact of the Seventh Commandment on our... read more →
In this episode, Brett, Brian, and Jason catch up in the midst of a busy summer. Jason has been doing a speaking series on Romans at a Bible Camp, Brett attended the FLY Convention in Estes Park, CO, and Brian talks about the blessings and pains of moving from one... read more →
In this episode, Brian and Jason continue to muddle along without Brett. Their discussion focuses on the role of doctrine and catechesis in forming people in the faith. The basics of our faith work in much the way the ABC's of language work. We may no longer be singing the... read more →
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 →