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Challenge your theological synapses with Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller from Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora, CO, as he and his expert guests talk about curious topics to excite the imagination, equip the mind, and comfort the soul with God’s ordering of the world in the Law and Gospel.

Challenge your theological synapses with Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller from Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora, CO, as he and his expert guests talk about curious topics to excite the imagination, equip the mind, and comfort the soul with God’s ordering of the world in the Law and Gospel.
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Challenge your theological synapses with Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller from Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora, CO, as he and his expert guests talk about curious topics to excite the imagination, equip the mind, and comfort the soul with God’s ordering of the world in the Law and Gospel.

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Broken Things Don’t Require a Savior --- 2019/01/14

1/14/2019
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In the first part of today’s episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller talks about how baptism is right next door to salvation whenever it’s talked about in the Bible. Guest Rev. Todd Wilken joins in to talk about what it means to be broken, why we talk about brokenness, and how this talk can be dangerous. Rev. Todd Wilken, host of Issues, Etc and Assistant Pastor at Trinity Lutheran Church in Millstadt, Illinois, joins host Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller, Senior Pastor at Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora,...

Duration:00:54:40

Making of a Martyr --- 2019/01/07

1/7/2019
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In the first part of today's episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller talks about the burning of brother Henry and what we make of a martyr's death. Rev. Evan Goeglein joins in to talk about confessing the faith in our culture, what martyrdom really means, the estate of the family, and how the family unit is a unique gift from God. Guest Rev. Evan Goeglein, pastor of Faith Lutheran Church in Rogue River, Oregon, and co-host (with Rev. Wolfmueller) of Table Talk Radio (tabletalkradio.org), joins host...

Duration:00:55:18

God Shed His Blood to Turn You Around --- 2018/12/17

12/17/2018
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In the first part of today's episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller talks about the Parable of the Prodigal Son and what it means to be a son or a slave. Rev. Sean Daenzer joins in to talk more about the Parable of the Prodigal Son, what the mirror of the law means for us especially walking through the 10 Commandments, and the Beichtspeigel you can see at wolfmueller.co/confessional-mirror. Guest Rev. Sean Daenzer, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Great Bend & Peace Lutheran Church in Barney,...

Duration:00:55:36

The Bible is Not Your Instruction Manual --- 2018/12/10

12/10/2018
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In the first part of today’s episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller talks about how most people read the Bible the wrong way like it’s an instruction book, and the two major doctrines in the Bible. Rev. Warren Graff joins in to talk about social credit score, how rating morality and virtue could affect a person’s entire life, how the law from government differs from the law given from God, and the theological framework needed to critique this concept. Guest Rev. Warren Graff from Grace Lutheran...

Duration:00:55:53

Held in Bondage by the Feat of Death --- 2018/12/03

12/3/2018
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In the first part of today’s episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller fights theological boredom by talking about how the devil puts us in bondage through the fear of death. Rev. Brian Kachelmeier then joins in to talk about the parallel between baptism and justification in both Galatians and Romans. Host Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller, Senior Pastor at Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora, Colorado, and author of the book Has American Christianity Failed?, talks about curious topics to excite the imagination,...

Duration:00:56:16

Epicureanism and the Millennium --- 2018/11/26

11/26/2018
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In the first part of today's episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller talks about what Epicureanism is and where to recognize it in today's culture. In the remainder of the episode, Rev. Wolfmueller takes us through a Bible study of Revelation 20 and the millennium, what all those different beliefs regarding end times mean, and an appropriate understanding of this Scripture. Host Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller, Senior Pastor at Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora, Colorado, and author of the book Has American...

Duration:00:56:14

Three Places the Devil Attacks --- 2018/11/19

11/26/2018
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Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller begins this episode talking about the three places the devil attacks, and Rev. Geoff Boyle joins in to talk about the theology of the body, why our bodies are important even when we die, and Gnosticism, specifically as talked about in the book by Pope John Paul II titled "Man and Woman He Created Them: A Theology of the Body." Guest Rev. Geoff Boyle, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church and Trinity Lutheran Church in Wichita, Kansas, joins host Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller,...

Duration:00:56:08

Picturing the Bible and the Sickness of Anti-Semitism --- 2018/11/12

11/12/2018
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In the first part of today’s episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller talks about how to read the Bible and engaging your imagination while reading the text while asking what the picture is. He and Rev. Warren Graff also talk about baptism and resurrection, referencing Romans 6:4. Rev. Graff also bring discussion about the sickness of anti-Semitism, race, evolution, American history, and how we love our neighbors. Guest Rev. Warren Graff from Grace Lutheran Church in Albuquerque, New Mexico, joins...

Duration:00:56:30

Decent and Powerful God --- 2018/11/05

11/5/2018
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In the first part of today’s episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller talks about glory in Christ and boasting in the Lord. Then, Pastor Evan Goeglein joins the conversation to talk about theodicy and why suffering and evil happen. Today’s episode is a rebroadcast from August 6, 2018. Guest Rev. Evan Goeglein, pastor of Faith Lutheran Church in Rogue River, Oregon, and co-host of “Table Talk” podcast, joins host Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller, Senior Pastor at Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora, Colorado, and...

Duration:00:56:16

The Three Estates and Christian Death --- 2018/10/29

10/31/2018
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In the first part of today's episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller talks about the three estates, where they come from, why and how they were instituted. In the second half, Rev. Sean Daenzer joins in to talk about dying a Christian death in both individuals and congregations. Guest Rev. Sean Daenzer, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Great Bend & Peace Lutheran Church in Barney, North Dakota joins host Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller, Senior Pastor at Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora, Colorado, and...

Duration:00:56:32

Christian Warfare and Disembodied Souls --- 2018/10/22

10/22/2018
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In the first part of today's episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller talks about the concepts in Ephesians 6 about Christian warfare, and Rev. Brian Flamme joins in to talk about ghosts, souls, and what happens after death. Guest Rev. Brian Flamme, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Roswell, New Mexico, joins host Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller, Senior Pastor at Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora, Colorado, and author of the book Has American Christianity Failed?, to talk about curious topics to excite the...

Duration:00:54:24

Your Feelings are not a Mark of the Church --- 2018/10/15

10/15/2018
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In today’s episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller talks about using feelings to figure out where the Holy Spirit is, as Martin Luther writes about in “On the Councils and the Church,” and the seven marks of the church. Find this for download at wolfmueller.co/lutheroncouncils. It has God’s Word. Baptism is rightly taught and administrated. The Lord’s Supper is rightly taught and administrated. Public use of the Office of the Keys. Consecrates and calls ministers. Prayer and public thanksgiving and...

Duration:00:52:51

7 Myths about Death and Dying (Rebroadcast) --- 2018/10/08

10/8/2018
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In today’s episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller talks about seven myths about death and dying. We’ll even tell you what the myths are and then you can listen to Rev. Wolfmueller talk about why they’re myths. - Death is natural. - After death, a Christian will be judged. - When you die you become an angel - When you die you are through with your body. - Cremation is a sin - Funerals are for the living, not the dead - Christians should not mourn or be sad, funerals should be a celebration Read the...

Duration:00:56:09

Eight Theses on Love and the Epicurean Indifference --- 2018/10/01

10/1/2018
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In the first part of today's episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller talks through his theses on love, including: - Love is the summary of the law - Love is not a replacement of the law - Love takes shape according to the 10 commandments - Love is shaped by the needs of the neighbor - Love of God is connected to the love of the neighbor - Command to love shows our sins - We know we're sinners because we actually try to love - God is love Then, Rev. Brian Kachelmeier joins in to talk about the...

Duration:00:56:18

Two Ways to Be a Pharisee and the Economy of God’s Gifts --- 2018/09/24

9/24/2018
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In the first part of today’s episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller talks about how to be a Pharisee. For the rest of the program, Rev. Warren Graff brings us what economist David P. Goldman says about how our culture looks at history and the worth of a person. He also talks about what our Lord gives us to know about history, including how understanding what it means to be in the timeline of history helps us understand how we receive God’s gifts. Guest Rev. Warren Graff from Grace Lutheran Church...

A Fear that Corrupts Hope --- 2018/09/10

9/10/2018
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In the first part of today’s episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller talks about the Lord providing for us and advice for those who worry (which is basically all of us about something.) For the rest of the episode, Rev. Geoff Boyle joins in to talk about how Homer’s Iliad relates to vocation, (what we think are) emergencies, worry, anxiety, and our human experiences on this earth. Guest Rev. Geoff Boyle, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church and Trinity Lutheran Church in Wichita, Kansas, joins host Rev....

Duration:00:57:04

Copyrighted Sins and the Efficiency Council (Rebroadcast) --- 2018/09/03

9/5/2018
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Pastor Wolfmueller begins today's episode talking about righteousness and the standard of God's law in his first segment. Then, guest Pastor Warren Graff joins in to talk about a fascinating subject: how the 10 Commandments are attacked in culture and government, the Communist assault on the day of rest, how we understand rest according to the Gospel, and the assault of efficiency on the Gospel. Rev. Warren Graff, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in Albuquerque, New Mexico, joins host Rev....

Duration:00:56:01

Rather Lose My Head than My Faith --- 2018/08/27

8/27/2018
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In the first part of today’s episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller talks about why the martyrs are the heroes of the church and how you can learn about other people just by knowing who their heros are. Then, Rev. Brian Flamme joins in to talk about conscience and Luther’s introduction to the book of Galatians, including how it relates to when you’re dying and what active righteousness and passive righteousness are. Guest Rev. Brian Flamme from Immanuel Lutheran Church in Roswell, New Mexico, joins...

Duration:00:56:26

The Ultimate Mediator --- 2018/08/20

8/20/2018
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In the first part of today’s episode, Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller talks about thankfulness, including if there’s a difference between natural thankfulness and Christian thankfulness. Pastor Kachelmeier joins in to talk about the mediator, Jesus Christ, and why that role is incredibly important for your salvation. Guest Rev. Brian Kachelmeier, pastor of Redeemer Lutheran Church in Los Alamos, New Mexico, host of Redeemer Theological Academy, and author of Reading Isaiah with Luther available from...

Duration:00:56:05

When God Looks At You, It Means Something --- 2018/08/13

8/17/2018
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Today’s conversation covers addiction to making a case for our own worth, and Pastor Graff brings discussion about a new law in Denmark banning women from wearing burqas, and how that relates to Christian theology of what it means to show your face to someone. Guest Rev. Warren Graff, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in Albuquerque, New Mexico, joins host Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller, Senior Pastor at Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora, Colorado, and author of the book Has American Christianity...

Duration:00:55:59