Lutheran Radio News, 02. Dec 2016
• Norway's state Lutheran Church has condemned the anti-Jewish legacy of Martin Luther • Religious freedoms in everyday life are being eroded in modern Britain, a new report warns • China's most senior Catholic has blasted the Pope for a potential rapprochement between the Vatican and Beijing comparing it to striking a deal with Adolf Hitler or Joseph Stalin • A reverend known for displaying eye-catching slogans outside his church is facing legal action because the council has classed it as advertising • A good prayer can feel as titillating as sex, a new report on brain reward circuits claims
The Gospel According to St. Isaiah Chapter 47 and 48, Redeemer Theological Academy, 02. Dec 2016
In this lecture we finish our discussion on chapter 47 and begin our discussion on chapter 48.
Keep your eyes on Jesus. God has not hidden His face from us., Songs Of Hope, 01. Dec 2016
At the beginning of a new Church Year we are reminded that Christ is surely coming just as He promised. He is not coming for the prideful, haughty or pompous but for the sinful, downtrodden, miserable and broken. He is coming for you.
Philippians 3:1—4:1, Love Letters, 29. Nov 2016
Christians are aliens in this world, fully involved in it, yet not of it. We have been born from above by God’s Word and Spirit. Our true citizenship is in heaven where Christ is.
The Advent of Christ according to Isaiah, Part 1: Isaiah 2:1-5, The Lutheran Inquisitor, 28. Nov 2016
During the season of Advent Dr. Andrew Bartelt of Concordia Seminary, St. Louis walks us through the Old Testament lectionary readings from the prophet Isaiah. This week he provides us with a history of Isaiah and notes that in these “later days” God is drawing all nations to Himself to experience His peace and “walk in the light of the LORD”.
The voice of God’s mercy, Cross Encounters, 27. Nov 2016
Lift up your voice in praise; in the coming of Jesus Christ God came to save you.
The perfect Christmas, The Lutheran Hour, 27. Nov 2016
Is a perfect Christmas possible? This week on The Lutheran Hour, Pastor Ken Klaus says even the first Christmas was far from perfect, but then again, if everything had been just as it should be, we wouldn’t have needed a Saviour.