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Sep 18, 2019

Today's program follows up on the previous discussion of Lutheranism in America with an overview of some significant thinkers in the Lutheran world. The figures I discussed here are: Revere Franklin Weidner, Henry Eyster Jacobs, Milton Valentine, and C.F.W. Walther.

Aug 20, 2019

This program is a discussion of the beginnings of Lutheranism in America, and the splits which occurred in the nineteenth century. 

Jul 7, 2017

On today's program, I responded to comments from Dr. James White about Lutheranism. I discussed several misconceptions about what Lutherans believe, and addressed the relationship between the Lutheran Confessions and Philip Melanchthon.

Jan 30, 2015

On today's program I was joined by Rev. David Preus to discuss practical orthodoxy. David is currently working on his PhD at Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, MI on the thought of Balthasar Meisner. The program covered a lot of ground, including the practical nature of scholastic theology, some important representatives...

Jan 23, 2015

On today's program I interviewed Rev. Eric Swensson on the history and theology of pietism. Swensson argues that pietism was largely a positive movement in the Lutheran church, though he does not consider himself to be a pietist. This is an important interview for those who are critical or supporters of pietism.