After responding to an email concerning the nation of Israel, we play every Calvinist's favorite game, "Name that Calvinist Document," then play "Answer the Question As" with Dr. Cameron MacKenzie, professor of history at Concordia Theological Seminary.
Pastor and Evan begin working through their abundance of voice mail messages about bumper stickers and church signs. Then, they play 10 Commandments in the News to ask the question "Are We in the End?"
After responding to listeners, we play Table Talk Jeopardy with the categories "End Times" and "Dates of the Old Testament."
After a Christian side-hug and responding to listeners, we play "Name that Heresy." Pastor tries to guess contemporary heresies and Evan tries to guess ancient heresies.
“Lutherans are unbelievers.” That is the first thought that crossed my mind when I learned they did not believe in the “rapture” or the “millennial kingdom” (the 1000 year reign of Christ on earth). Were not these teaching central to the Biblical witness and clear for everyone to see? ...
Introducing the new game, The Predicable Pastor, where Evan tries to guess how Pastor will respond to different news clips. Pastor and Evan also go head-to-head in Bible Bee and end up by playing Ten Commandments in the News.
After playing Who Wants to be a Theologian, we are joined by Rev. Matthew Harrison to play "Name that LCMS President" and talk about his new book "In the House of My Fathers."
Table Talk Radio begins by responding to Listener questions, talking about The Ablaze Movement and End Times.
View a chart of different End Times Views.