Monastic vows. Poverty, chastity, obedience. Not to mention a funny haircut. We’re talking about medieval monasticism and the Reformation’s critique of it. Also a discussion over a listener call regarding what to do when you don’t feel the joy of your salvation. And of course, a little bacon, in celebration of Bacon Mondays in Lent.
Archive for February, 2010
The distinction of meats is on the table. Foods, actually We’re talking fish on Friday, bacon on Monday, and whatever other prescribed fasts may be going on. Can they make us holy before God? Does God even care? Why make a distinction of foods at all? We’re talking, and we hope you’re listening. The bump music is dedicated to Manly Dr. Cwirla. Let the listener understand.
Click here for more discussions on this article of the Augsburg Confession.
We’re going back to private confession this week and a look at what Lutherans lost and what they retained of private confession. Also Facebook, Urban Dictionary, tuna burgers, and other random silliness. You won’t want to miss this.
For a good supplemental discussion to this article go here.
We’re talking with Rev. Al Colver of LCMS World Relief and Human Care about the relief efforts going on in Haiti. Al just returned from Haiti and provides a great eye-witness account of some of the work that is going on there. For more information and for opportunities to contribute to the Haiti relief effort, follow these links: