Thy Strong Word – 1 John 1: The Word of Life

1 John 1: The Word of Life with guest host Rev. Steven Theiss, pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Columbia, Illinois, and guest Rev. Dan Torkelson from St. John Lutheran Church in North Prairie, Illinois.

His Time – Some Greeks Seek Jesus

(1) Rev. Dan Torkelson looks at John 12:20-36a and gives today’s sermonette.

Studio A – Being Human, Lincoln Assassination, After Tocqueville

‘On Being Human – Part 3 – Virtue’ with Rev. Dan Torkelson. — ‘Backstage at the Lincoln Assassination: The Untold Story of the Actors and Stagehands at Ford’s Theatre’ with Dr. Thomas A. Bogar. — ‘After Tocqueville: The Promise and Failure of Democracy’ with Chilton Williamson Jr.

Studio A

Topics of Discussion: (1) “What is the conscience and what purpose does it serve?” with Rev. Dan Torkelson, (2) “Why the Leadership of the Mormon Church is Operating in Damage Control” with Art Vancik, and (3) “Margaret Thatcher on Leadership” with Nile Gardiner.

Studio A

Topics of Discussion: (1) “On Being Human” with Pastor Dan Torkelson, (2) “Lutherans and Culture” with Dr. Gene Edward Veith, (3) “Reclaiming Freedom” with Dr. Donald Devine

His Time Morning Show

Topics of Discussion: (1) Philip Perschbacher talks about his artwork, (2) Rev. Dan Torkelson takes a look at John 8:21-38 “Dispute Over Who Jesus Is”, and (4) Rev. Torkelson gives today’s sermonette.

Studio A

Topics of Discussion: (1) “The 450th Anniversary of the Council of Trent’s Conclusion” with guest Rev. Dr. Martin R. Noland and (2) “Beer and Theology… what would Jesus brew…?” with guest Rev. Dan Torkelson.

The Bible Study – Luke 4:1-13

The Temptation of Jesus.

Studio A

Topics of Discussion: (1) “The Theology Of Les Miserables’” with guest Pastor Dan Torkelson, (2) “40 Years After Roe” with guest Robert G. Morrison, and (3) “Can You Invite Jesus Into Your Heart” with guest Rev. Dr. Lane Burgland.

Ask the Pastor

For the week of January 14-18, 2013 with guests Pastor Emeritus Fred Baue, Rev. Dan Torkelson, Rev. Tony Troup, Rev. Richard Moore, and Rev. Stephen Hower