Today’s conversation covers John Calvin, reading the Old Testament, and rightly understanding the prophets. Guest Rev. Brian Flamme from 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 converse about what it means to be a Christian, talk like a Christian, and think like a Christian. Tweet your questions to @bwolfmueller to send questions at bwolfmueller.co.
A peculiar love of the color tan tops Cross Defense host Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller’s list of favorite things, along with coffee, old theology books, and a blank sheet of paper. Residing in Texas has turned his love of Summer into a love of Fall, and he’ll happily snack on beef jerky while exploring the Texas countryside in his well-loved khaki travel pants. He’ll curiously name Andy Bates as his number one celebrity, but obviously Martin Luther is his favorite theologian. When he’s not crushing home runs in a local softball game, you’ll probably find him reading a book you may or may not have heard of, like “A Prayer for Owen Meany” and Alfred Edersheim's “History of the Old Testament.”