What does Christ’s Incarnation mean for us? How does Jesus Christ in human flesh hollow our own human flesh? How does a pre-born Christ in Mary’s womb change the way Christians are to view all unborn lives in their mother’s wombs? Join Steph and guest Rev. Sean Daenzer as they dive deep into the theology of the incarnation and what this means for Christians and life issues.
Bio: The Rev. Sean Daenzer is Director of LCMS Worship and the chaplain at the Synod’s International Center. A trained church musician and pastor, he previously served seven years at a dual parish in rural North Dakota. He and his wife, Audrey, have four living children (Lucia, Monica, Renata and Christina) and two awaiting the resurrection (Perpetua and Matthias).
Not all the views expressed are necessarily those of the LCMS; please discuss any questions with your pastor.
We believe that God is the author and sustainer of all life. We also know it can be hard to speak about the intrinsic value of that life when it feels like the world is trying to drown us out.
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