Episode 78: Augsburg Confession (article 23)

 

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The Manly Doctors of Theology return with a scintillating episode on the topic of priestly celibacy from article 23 of the Augsburg Confession.  And, of course, there is the usual banter to start the new year as only the God Whisperers can.  When the topic turns to sex, or the absence thereof, you can be sure there will be something outrageous.  Have a listen.

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8 Responses to “Episode 78: Augsburg Confession (article 23)”

  1. suzee says:

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  2. suzee says:

    Episode 78
    James is tribbled. Literally, hung out to dry! (A frame on which paper is dried.) Not really. A creature from Star Trek that breeds like crazy. Wiped out by the Klingons, but a starship from the future brought one back into its own time, thus restoring the species.

    Tribbles are so cute but so prolific. That describes our James! :))))

  3. suzee says:

    L-C-M-S
    Let Church Message Shoulders

  4. wrmyers says:

    Origen? A rock? I may have to pour some type of therapeutic beverage to deal with this.

  5. Jeremiah says:

    Okay…this has nothing to do with this episode, but then again you guys major in tangents…I remember you, Pastor Cwirla, talking about a book called Flatland in some of the episodes about the Incarnation. Apparently, they made it into a movie! Here’s the link for your enjoyment!

    http://www.flatlandthemovie.com/

  6. Jeremiah says:

    Hmmm…It appears that someone else also made Flatland into a movie….

    http://www.flatlandthefilm.com/

    And I remember now that it wasn’t the Incarnation that you were discussing, but the Trinity.

  7. Lewisiana Man says:

    I thought you guys did a great job respecting the calling of those who are single in this world, as well as describing the necessity–for the majority (pastors or otherwise)–of entering into the God-ordained union of marriage.

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