Rev. Ill studies Genesis 7:17-8:5 regarding the paradoxical flood of death and flood of life, the undoing and redoing of all creation, and the connection of the Flood to Baptism.
Rev. Adam Koontz studies Genesis 2:18-25 regarding marriage as the natural form of life, the role of animals in human relationships, Eve as Adam’s helper, and the proper relationship between men and women.
Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller studies Genesis 1:26-31 regarding the difference between the creation of man and beasts, how male and female are intrinsic to our humanity, and what it means for humans to have dominion.
Rev. Timothy Appel studies Genesis 1:20-26 regarding God’s blessing of creation and the connection of that blessing with procreation, and what it means that God creates humanity in His image and after His likeness.
Rev. Brian Flamme studies Genesis 1:6-19 regarding what Martin Luther says about angels and other parts of creation, whether speculative theology is ever justified, and what we believe about the creative power of God’s Word.
Rev. Shawn Linnell studies Genesis 1:1-6 regarding the context of Genesis (yes, there is context), how we understand Genesis in conjunction with the rest of the Bible, the specifics of the creation account and how we understand them through the promises of God, and what baptism has to do with all of this.
Psalms 105, 28, 36 with guest Rev. Dan Eddy from Messiah Lutheran Church in Beloit, Wisconsin.
Today, Andy and Sarah talk with Rev. Warren Woerth, pastor of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Arnold, Missouri.
Today, Andy and Sarah talk with Rev. Mark Birkholz, pastor of Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church in Oak Lawn, Illinois.