Working our way through more church signs and bumper stickers, we address the question, "Does the Law Always Accuse?" Ending up with the game "Name that Church Body?"
In this edition of Table Scraps, Dr. Fickenscher describes the hammer of judgement preaching of the law, answered by gift of forgiveness gospel and the mirror of existence law, answered by the antiphon of existence gospel.
In Pastor Wolfmueller's absence, Dr. Carl Fickenscher sits in as his substitute to play "Name that Walther Thesis" and "Bible Bee."
After playing bumper sticker theology with the bumper stickers sent in by our listeners, we play the summertime edition of Table Talk Jeopardy, then introduce a new game called "Name that Walther Thesis." In this game, you choose from three or four selected theses of Walther's Proper Distinction between Law and Gospel after hearing the entry by popular pastors or teachers.
After the very long hiatus, the dethroned Iron Preacher returns to the pulpit at another Preach Off. The Challenger? Rev. Bill Cwirla, Pastor of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Hacienda Heights, CA and co-host of the podcast The God Whisperers. Judged by Dr. Carl Fickenscher.
Dr. Nestingen joins Pastor Wolfmueller for a discussion on Law/Gospel, the 10 Commandments and their social application.
Will the host of the radio program Issues Etc defeat the Iron Preacher? Rev. Todd Wilken challenges Pastor Wolfmueller in a match of Iron Preacher, judged by Dr.
In the latest edition of Table Talk Radio, Evan and Pastor put some religious claims to the test in examining them against the Scriptures in the brand new segment "Myth Busters." Then, "Name that Theo
What happens when you take the country's most popular preachers and put their sermons to the test to see how much Gospel actually resides in their sermons?
Imagine life without the Gospel. For many people, even for many people that we know, this is their reality. What would such a life be like? How would we live, think, be?