Archive for the ‘3rd Microphone Interviews’ Category

Episode 208: Listener Call-in Mayhem

Monday, December 3rd, 2012

 

The first-ever listener call-in show with special guests Rudy, Ellie, Bror, and Donavon.  Clearly, a few technical bugs need to be worked out.

Episode 207: 3rd Microphone: Jonathan Fisk

Monday, November 26th, 2012

 

The MDDs interview Jonathan “Worldview Everlasting” Fisk about his new book “Broken:  7 ‘Christian’ Rules That Every Christian Ought to Break as Often as Possible,” which sounds like fun, given that the GW are always looking for new rules to break.

Here is the link to Jonathan’s book.

And here’s the link to his Worldview Everlasting web site.

Episode 180: A Million Moustaches and More

Monday, March 12th, 2012

In a special facial hair edition of the GW, the Manly Doctors open the 3rd microphone to amply mustached LCMS synodical president Matt Harrison who talks about anything he wants.  In the second half, the Manly Doctors take up listener mail and a question about women readers in the divine service along with the Million Mustache March.

Music:

Pagan Lust – Don Tiki

Jesus is a Friend of Mine – Sonseed

View Pres. Harrison’s address before Congress here.  Also his answers to questions from members of Congress.

Episode 178: Flarp That Pagan Lust

Monday, February 27th, 2012

Pagan Lust by Don Tiki sets off a spirited hour of whispering including dry Masses, Bible translations, study Bibles, nerds vs. geeks, a couple of theses from Heidelberg and “What Going on With Campus Ministry?” with race car driver and campus pastor Rev. Ian Steward Pacey.  And more Flarp!

Music creds:

Pagan Lust – Don Tiki

Little Old Wine Drinker Me – Dean Martin

What a Night – Mel Torme

Jesus is a Friend of Mine – Sonseed

Episode 150: Viva Las Vegas Edition Part 2

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

The second hour of our special Las Vegas edition recorded at the Higher Things Coram Deo conference on the campus of UNLV.  We’re talking with Revs. Ian Steward Pacey and Sam Schuldheisz on Narnia, Tolkien, CS Lewis, symphonic symbolism, Bart Ehrman, textual criticism, email from Henning, Rick Warren’s “Daniel Weight-loss Plan” and more.  All this, while Donofrio chows down on Panda Express.

Music Credits:

“Stick to Your Guns” – Modern Mission

“Vegas’ – Frank Sinatra

Episode 149: Viva Las Vegas Edition Part 1

Tuesday, July 26th, 2011

The Manly Doctors are in Las Vegas on the campus of UNLV at the Higher Things Coram Deo youth conference.  Special guests Revs. Ian Steward Pacey, Marcus  Zill, George Borghardt and Mark Jasa.  We’re talking campus ministry, atheism, apologetics, evolution, and anything else we can kick around.

Music credits:

“Viva Las Vegas” – Richard Cheese

“Las Vegas” – How’s Your News?

Episode 138: GW Pastoral Leadership Institute

Monday, May 2nd, 2011

The God Whisperers venture into the treacherous waters of “pastoral leadership” with Rev. Tom Brashears.  Tom delivers on the left-handed side of pastoring and how to organize a congregation without turning it into an organized religion or a religion of organization or anything resembling something Rick Warren would do.  In addition we get some ex-ELCA insights along with a little Snacktime.  More GW madness.

episode 135: Maggie Karner on Pro-Life Issues

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

We have Maggie Karner, Director of Life and Health Ministries for the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod at the GW 3rd microphone to talk about pro-life issues from a Lutheran two-kingdoms perspective.  Oh, and she also hits the GW Gong at the opening of the show.

Episode 129: All Things Islam Part 2 with Adam Francisco

Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011

Part 2 of our scintillating interview with Rev. Prof. Dr. Adam Francisco on Islam and current events in the middle east.  Timely, compelling, disturbing and entertaining.  Your brain will do little cartwheels of giddinesss.  Or at least dizzyness.

Episode 128: Natural Law with Robert Baker

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

It’s a special Valentine’s Day edition of TGW with Robert Baker of Concordia Publishing House (aka CPH) who is pushing his new book Natural Law-A Lutheran Reappraisal.   And a little whispering about St. Valentine too.