In this episode, Jason has the opportunity to interview rapper and artist FLAME about his EP "Daybreak", which was released in response to the social unrest in America after the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. Jason and FLAME go track by track through the EP and discuss how... read more →
In this episode, Adam, Brett, and Jason continue their examination of Article 12 of the Augsburg Confession and Apology by doing a Bible study on the lives and repentance (or lack thereof) of Kings Saul & David. There are so many inconsistencies we expose about ourselves and our understanding of... read more →
In this episode, Adam, Brett, and Jason continue their examination of Article XII of the Augsburg Confession and Apology. Repentance is defined as contrition and faith. Contrition is terrors of conscience over sin, and faith is what causes us to confess our sins before God, whom we believe will meet... read more →
In this episode, Adam, Brett, and Jason begin a series studying Article XII of the Augsburg Confession and the Apology. Article XII is all about repentance, and the first thing we learn about repentance is that it consists of two parts: contrition and faith.
In this episode, Jason concludes his interview with Dr. Jordan Cooper by discussing Scholastic theology and the role of doctrine in the everyday life of a Christian.
In this episode, Jason interviews Dr. Jordan Cooper about the differences between Reformed/Calvinist theology and Lutheran theology, especially focusing on the distinction between "covenant" theology and the Lutheran doctrine of Law & Gospel.
In this episode, Jason concludes his interview with Pastor Adam Osier, dean of the Free Lutheran Bible College.
Pastor Adam Osier joins Jason in the temporary summer studios of the Being Lutheran Podcast to discuss catechesis, the Lutheran confessions, and Christian education in the parish and in a formal setting
No new episode today, but a brief communication with our faithful listeners announcing some potential hiccups in upcoming episode release dates.
In this episode, Brett and Jason conclude their examination of Article XI of the Augsburg Confession and its Apology by doing a Bible study on John 20. Jesus' absolution of his disciples reminds us of the reality that God doesn't hold grudges.