A very special Thanksgiving Day edition of The God Whisperers recorded “on location” as we digest our respective Thanksgiving dinners. We’re talking the history of Thanksgiving as a civil/religious holiday, a few Thanksgiving hymns and why they sound Unitarian, and of course, our favorite Thanksgiving foods including pumpkin pie and bacon. Pull up a chair at the GW Thanksgiving table, pour yourself a nice Cabernet, and get ready for a feast.
Archive for November, 2009
Recorded live from the SOCO luncheon in Newport Beach, a special 3rd microphone edition of The God Whisperers featuring Rev. Matthew Harrison, executive director of LCMS World Relief & Human Care and author of the recently released book At Home in the House of My Fathers. We’re talking banjo, guitar, woodworking, the state of Lutheranism, Lutheran history, works of mercy, and whatever else is on Harrison’s mind. Have a listen.
People worry about the necessity of good works for salvation; God worries about the necessity of salvation for good works.
A special “bacon edition” of the God Whisperers. Everything goes better with bacon, right? We’re talking the cause of sin and article 19 of the Augsburg Confession along with frying bacon in the nude. You’ll have to hear it to believe it. Craig has put to together some amazing bump music to top it all off. Wow!
For a good discussion on this article see Concordia: The Book of Concord.