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As Lutheran As It Gets delves deep into the deep tracks, B-sides, and basement tapes of our Lutheran fathers. As Lutheran As It Gets is hosted by Rev. Donavon Riley with Rev. Christopher Gillespie interrupting the monologue and producing. Questions? Comments? Show Ideas? Send them to us at https://higherthings.org/contact. Please rate and review the show in Apple Podcasts, via https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/as-lutheran-as-it-gets/id1288159643.
 
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Pastors Gillespie and Riley wrap us their series on Norman Nagel’s “Luther’s Understanding of Christ in the Lord’s Supper.” For this final episode, they read and discuss Luther’s battle with Andreas Karlstadt about Christ Spirited Away. Text: Luther’s Understanding of Christ in the Lord’s Supper, Norman Nagel, p. 189 Show Notes: Selected Sermons of…
 
Pastors Gillespie and Riley again read and discuss Norman Nagel’s work: Luther’s Understanding of Christ in the Lord’s Supper. This episode, the word, the sign, and the efficacy of the Lord’s Supper. Text: Luther’s Understanding of Christ in the Lord’s Supper, Norman Nagel, p. 161 Show Notes: Selected Sermons of Norman Nagel: From Valparaiso to St.…
 
Pastors Gillespie and Riley continue to read and discuss Norman Nagel’s work: Luther’s Understanding of Christ in the Lord’s Supper. This episode, our relation to Christ in the Supper. Text: Luther’s Understanding of Christ in the Lord’s Supper, Norman Nagel, p. 168 Show Notes: Selected Sermons of Norman Nagel: From Valparaiso to St. Louis In the N…
 
Pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Norman Nagel’s work: Luther’s Understanding of Christ in the Lord’s Supper. This week, the Word, the testament, and the “for-you” of the Gospel. Text: Luther’s Understanding of Christ in the Lord’s Supper, Norman Nagel, p. 161 Show Notes: Selected Sermons of Norman Nagel: From Valparaiso to St. Louis In …
 
Pastors Gillespie and Riley wrap up their discussion of Philip Melanchthon’s Loci Communes. This week, Philip’s concluding theses on Law and Gospel. Text: Commonplaces: Loci Communes 1521 by Philip Melanchthon, p. 117 Show Notes: Episode #66 – The Power of the Law pt.1 Episode #67 – The Power of the Law pt.2 Episode #68 – The Power of the Law pt.3 …
 
Pastors Gillespie and Riley continue their discussion with Philip Melancthon on the power of the Gospel from his Loci Communes. This week, what is righteousness? Text: Commonplaces: Loci Communes 1521 by Philip Melanchthon, p. 86 Show Notes: Episode #66 – The Power of the Law pt.1 Episode #67 – The Power of the Law pt.2 Episode #68 – The Power of t…
 
Pastors Gillespie and Riley continue their discussion with Philip Melancthon on the power of the Gospel from his Loci Communes. This week, what is grace? Text: Commonplaces: Loci Communes 1521 by Philip Melanchthon, p. 86 Show Notes: Episode #66 – The Power of the Law pt.1 Episode #67 – The Power of the Law pt.2 Episode #68 – The Power of the Law p…
 
Pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Philip Melanchthon’s work on the power of the gospel from his Loci Communes. Text: Commonplaces: Loci Communes 1521 by Philip Melanchthon, p. 84 Show Notes: Episode #66 – The Power of the Law pt.1 Episode #67 – The Power of the Law pt.2 Episode #68 – The Power of the Law pt.3 Luther’s Swan Vacation Chris…
 
This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley wrap up their reading and discussion of Philip Melanchthon’s Loci Communes on the power of the law. How does God use his word of law to curb our sinful urges and cravings, drive us to Jesus for salvation, and instruct Christians in their vocations? Text: Commonplaces: Loci Communes 1521 by Philip Melanchthon, …
 
This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley dive back into Philip Melanchthon’s Loci Communes. More on the power the law, how God works through the law to reveal our sin, and distinguishing between afflicting the comfortable and comforting the afflicted in pastoral care. Text: Commonplaces: Loci Communes 1521 by Philip Melanchthon Show Notes: Episode #6…
 
Martin Luther referred to Philip’s Loci Communes as “one of the clearest statements of the Christian religion ever written.” With this in mind, pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Philip Melancthon’s Loci on the power of the law and the gospel. What is the power of the Law? What distinguishes God’s Word of Law from human definitions of the…
 
This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Hermann Sasse’s “This Is My Body.” Sasse examines the events at the Marburg Colloquy and how it influenced Lutheran and Protestant sacramental theology for centuries. Text: This Is My Body: Luther’s Contention for the Real Presence in the Sacrament of the Altar, Hermann Sasse Show Notes: The L…
 
This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Werner Elert’s examination of the Lord’s Supper as the heart of the Church, the liturgy, and Christian life. Text: Werner Elert – Eucharistic Fellowship in the First Four Centuries Show Notes: Elert bio Books by Elert Erlangen Theologians The Plot to Kill Hitler: Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Pastor, S…
 
This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss another one of Luther’s commentaries on the penitential psalms. Text: The Penitential Psalms: Luther’s Works, Volume 14 Show Notes: Stargate The Man Who Would Be King William McRaven – Make Your Bed Steven Pressfield – Great Afghan campaign Josh McDowell – Evidence That Demands a Verdict: Life…
 
This week, pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Martin Luther’s commentary on Psalm 38. A lot of conversation about sin, grace, and militant piety. Text: The Penitential Psalms: Luther’s Works, Volume 14 Show Notes: Gates of Fire – Pressman Celtic Holocaust – Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History Accentuate the Positive — Questions? Comments? Show …
 
In this episode, pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Dr. Luther’s comments on Psalm 143. Text: The Penitential Psalms: Luther’s Works, Volume 14 — Questions? Comments? Show Ideas? Send them to us at http://higherthings.org/contact. Please rate and review the show in Apple Podcasts, via https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/as-lutheran-as-it-…
 
In this episode, pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Martin Luther’s commentary on Psalm 6 – God’s two kinds of discipline Text: The Penitential Psalms: Psalm 6, Luther’s Works, Volume 14 Show Notes: Hal Moore on Leadership: Winning when Outgunned and Outmanned Good – Jocko Willink Slough of Despond Beowulf – Sheamus Heaney God’s Gonna Cut…
 
In this episode, pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Martin Luther’s commentary on Psalm 32. This week, they talk about sins forgotten. blessedness, and the upside down, the backward reality of the comfort of confessing one’s sin to God. Text: The Penitential Psalms: Psalm 32, Luther’s Works, Volume 14 Show Notes: The Bee-Attitudes “What J…
 
This week, Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Martin Luther’s commentary on Psalm 51. This episode is all about repentance, conscience, sin, and grace. Text: The Penitential Psalms: Psalm 51, Luther’s Works, Volume 14 — Questions? Comments? Show Ideas? Send them to us at http://higherthings.org/contact. Please rate and review the show in Apple Po…
 
In this episode, Pastors Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Christoph Homburg’s “Christ, The Life of All The Living.” Affliction, church militant and triumphant, holding the “simul” tension in pastoral care. Show Notes: Text Author bio Death, be not proud – Donne Writing to the Bones Beichtspiegel Christian Questions and their Answers — Questions…
 
This week, Gillespie and Riley discuss Franzmann’s “Preach You the Word” – God’s Word, pastoral ministry, singing doctrine, and always repenting. Text: Preach You the Word, Martin Franzmann Show Notes: Sanctus.org Sword-In-Hat Website Martin Franzmann (Wikipedia) Martin Franzmann (1907-1976) Professor and Poet Brinkley, Richard N. (1993) Thy Strong…
 
This week, Pastors Gillespie and Riley discuss Neale’s translation of Fortunatus’ hymn, prayer, the two kingdoms, right and left-handed power, and the importance of a “catholic” confession of the Christian faith. Text: “Sing, My Tongue, the Glorious Battle,” Fortunatus, tr. John Mason Neale Listen: Show Notes: Hymnary Biography Neale Bio (Wikipedia…
 
In the fall of 1523 Paul Speratus penned his most famous hymn, Es ist das Heil uns kommen her, “Salvation Unto Us Has Come.” It was one of the hymns in the first Lutheran hymnal in 1524, commonly known as Achtliederbuch (literally “Eight Song Book,” thus called because it contained eight hymns), but formally titled Etlich christlich lider. It was o…
 
For the next four episodes, Gillespie and Riley dig into Lutheran hymns that are “as Lutheran As It Gets.” Lazarus Spengler originally wrote “Durch Adams Fall ganz verderbt Menschlich Natur und Wesen” as a nine stanza text of eight lines. Matthias Loy freely translated Spengler’s text into Long Meter. Spengler’s hymn first appeared in Walter’s Geys…
 
In this episode, Gillespie and Riley read Luther’s Galatians lectures on Christ and those who cut off from Christ by their works. Text: Martin Luther’s Commentary on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians (1535): Lecture Notes Transcribed by Students and Presented in Today’s English, p.417 Show Notes: Hegel Augustine’s Platonism Dichotomous thinking —…
 
Gillespie and Riley begin to wrap up their reading in Luther’s Galatians lectures. This week, we discuss Christ becoming most Savior and most sinner for us. Text: Martin Luther’s Commentary on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians (1535): Lecture Notes Transcribed by Students and Presented in Today’s English, p.241 — Questions? Comments? Show Ideas? …
 
In this episode, Gillespie and Riley go back to Luther’s Galatians lectures, to read and discuss how to measure the true Christian. Text: Martin Luther’s Commentary on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians (1535): Lecture Notes Transcribed by Students and Presented in Today’s English, p.111 Show Notes: Lost T. David Gordon – Why Johnny Can’t Preach T…
 
Gillespie and Riley get back to their epic reading of Luther’s epically epic Galatians commentary. This week, the law’s relation to Christ and Christians. Text: Martin Luther’s Commentary on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians (1535): Lecture Notes Transcribed by Students and Presented in Today’s English, p.99-101 Show Notes: Cicero – On Oratory Ne…
 
In the second part, Gillespie and Riley continue to read Martin Luther’s Magnificat, to discuss how God makes Mary a theologian of the cross. Text: Luther’s Works, Vol. 21: Sermon on the Mount and the Magnificat Show Notes: Restrepo (Documentary) — Questions? Comments? Show Ideas? Send them to us at http://higherthings.org/contact. Please rate and …
 
In this episode, Gillespie and Riley read Martin Luther’s Magnificat, to discuss how God makes Mary a theologian of the cross. Text: Luther’s Works, Vol. 21: Sermon on the Mount and the Magnificat Show Notes: The Largely Catechized Life Mondays in the Psalter Small Catechism Tuesday Sermons for You Black Veil – Nathaniel Hawthorne The Idiot – Dosto…
 
Gillespie and Riley continue their discussion about the Catechism Prayerbook, examining the Seventh Petition of the Lord’s Prayer: “But deliver us from evil.” Text: The Catechism Prayer Book, Lord’s Prayer, Seventh Petition Show Notes: The Catechism Prayer Book Sebastian Junger Malcolm Gladwell – Outliers Portlandia – Battlestar Galactica — Questio…
 
This week, Gillespie and Riley discuss The Catechism Prayerbook and dig into Article Three of the Creed. Text: The Catechism Prayer Book, Third Article of the Creed, Part 1 Show Notes: The Catechism Prayer Book Werner Elert – Eucharistic Fellowship in the First Four Centuries of the Church (translated by Normal Nagel) — Questions? Comments? Show Id…
 
Continuing from Part 1, Gillespie and Riley ride the wave of Luther’s introduction to Paul’s letter to the Galatians as he doubles and triples down on the language of promise, old man versus new man, and the proper relation of God’s Word of Law to Christians. Text: Martin Luther’s Commentary on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians (1535): Lecture No…
 
This week, Gillespie and Riley ride the wave of Luther’s introduction to Paul’s letter to the Galatians as he doubles and triples down on the language of promise, old man versus new man, and the proper relation of God’s Word of Law to Christians. Text: Martin Luther’s Commentary on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians (1535): Lecture Notes Transcrib…
 
In this episode, Gillespie and Riley read Luther’s opening lecture on Paul’s letter to the Galatians – mic drop moment after mic drop moment as Luther lays out his case for active versus passive righteousness. Text: Martin Luther’s Commentary on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians (1535): Lecture Notes Transcribed by Students and Presented in Today…
 
In this episode, Gillespie and Riley continue to read Luther’s commentary on Galatians (1535). This week, Luther goes full Luther, sarcasm, and Luther’s preface to his Galatians lectures. Text: Martin Luther’s Commentary on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians (1535): Lecture Notes Transcribed by Students and Presented in Today’s English Show Notes:…
 
This week, Gillespie and Riley begin an epic reading of Luther’s epic Commentary of Galatians (1535). This episode, Luther’s preface to his lectures on Galatians. Text: Martin Luther’s Commentary on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians (1535): Lecture Notes Transcribed by Students and Presented in Today’s English Show Notes: Martin Brecht biography …
 
Another week, another episode reading Heiko Oberman’s biography of Martin Luther. In this episode, Luther as a Bible translator. Text: Luther: Man Between God and the Devil by Heiko A. Oberman, p. 308ff Show Notes: Clutch – Hot Bottom Feeder Jonathan Mann Mike Rowe on Ben Shapiro Matthius Flacius, How to Understand the Sacred Scriptures Harvest of …
 
Here they go again… Pastors Gillespie and Riley continue with Heiko Oberman’s biography of Martin Luther. This week, they discuss the consequences, then and now, of Luther’s debate with Erasmus on the Bondage of the Will. Text: Luther: Man Between God and the Devil by Heiko A. Oberman, p. 215ff Show Notes: 36: Hey, let’s debate “free will.” Come on…
 
Hello everyone, this is Austin and Cade from the WPB consulting podcast. Our vision at WPB is to connect our listeners and clients to high performance practitioners to promote and inspire health and wellness that will aid listeners in improving lifestyle performance for now and into the future. On today’s podcast we will discuss some areas of progr…
 
In this episode, Pastors Gillespie and Riley continue with Heiko Oberman’s biography of Martin Luther. This week, Luther’s debate with Erasmus on the Bondage of the Will. Text: Luther: Man Between God and the Devil by Heiko A. Oberman, p. 211ff Show Notes: Humanism Renaissance humanism Lutheran Insulter Erasmus of Rotterdam Intellectual Dark Web Jo…
 
Welcome to the WPB Podcast. Today we featuring Dom Dixon and Danielle McGinnis from BrickBuiltStrength.com. They are based out of Morgantown, WV but train clients all over the world. As always, WPB is driven to connect you with real, high performance individuals to promote and inspire health and wellness. We had an awesome conversation, I hope you …
 
In this episode, Pastors Gillespie and Riley dive back into Heiko Oberman’s biography of Martin Luther. This week, Oberman explains how The Freedom of a Christian was Luther’s formulation of the Christian as “simul” in order to counter the theological arguments of both Johann von Staupitz and Johannes Tauler. Text: Luther: Man Between God and the D…
 
This week, Pastors Gillespie and Riley read Heiko Oberman’s remarkable biography of Martin Luther. In this episode, Oberman explains the force of exegesis in Luther’s earliest Psalms lectures. Text: Luther: Man Between God and the Devil by Heiko A. Oberman, p. 172-3 Show Notes: Biography Babylon Berlin (2017) Luther the Reformer: The Story of the M…
 
Hello everyone, this is Austin and Cade from the WPB consulting podcast. Our vision at WPB is to connect our listeners and clients to high performance practitioners to promote and inspire health and wellness that will aid listeners in improving lifestyle performance for now and into the future. On today’s podcast we will discuss some areas of RESEA…
 
Hello everyone, this is Austin and Cade from the WPB consulting podcast. Our vision at WPB is to connect our listeners and clients to high performance practioners to promote and inspire health and wellness. On today’s podcast we will discuss some areas of RESEARCH that will assist listeners in improving lifestyle performance for now and into the fu…
 
This week, Riley and Gillespie go back one more time, into the sermons of Dr. Norman Nagel. In this episode, a lot of temptation talk. Text: Selected Sermons of Norman Nagel: From Valparaiso to St. Louis by Norman Nagel, p.178-9 Show Notes: Dr. Nagel reads Dr. Suess Sermons of Nagel MP3 CD (Logia) Older – They Might Be Giants The Devil Went Down to…
 
This week, Riley and Gillespie continue their adventure through the sermons of Dr. Norman Nagel. In this episode, fig tree Jesus. Text: Selected Sermons of Norman Nagel: From Valparaiso to St. Louis by Norman Nagel, p.175-176 Show Notes: Dr. Nagel reads Dr. Suess Sermons of Nagel MP3 CD (Logia) Nature is Metal (Instagram) — Questions? Comments? Sho…
 
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