From session two in Galatians, we answer the question, "According to the Apostle Paul, what happens when we start adding things to the gospel?"
Confessing the Faith
Galatians Session 1
Galatians Session 2
Galatians Session 3
Galatians Session 4
Galatians Session 5
Galatians Session 6
Galatians Session 7
Introduction to Luther
Luther and Society
Means of Grace
Spreading the Message
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 1
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 2
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 3
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 4
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 5
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 6
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 7
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 8
Why I Am A Lutheran Session 9
Sacraments & what role we play in receiving them
Effect one’s understanding of the role of a mom?
Pardon and parole have to do with all of this?
Why does Paul declare curses on his opponents?
Who cares about active and passive righteousness?
What does it mean to experience an apocalypse?
What is the Gospel?
Can I not worry about sinning more?
What does the Gospel actually do?
Authority: What is it?
The Law and Freedom
Understand the Bible as authoritative?
How do you communicate to your children?
The Bible: Interpreting
Did Luther know what he was getting into?
Here I Stand: Augsburg Confession
Unexpected Consequences: What Was Luther Taught?
Vocation: From A Monk To A Pastor
Spreading The Message: Educating Families
What in our heritage makes us doubt the Gospel?-
What makes God a righteous judge?
Free To Be: Two Kinds of Righteousness
Free To Be: Bound Will
How is it we both fear and love God?
Role we play in salvation-asking for forgiveness?
How is a Christian made?
People aren’t baptized, is this message for them
Differences - active and passive righteousness?
Parenting relate to Christ becoming a curse?
Someone who says, “I don’t believe in God”?
Jesus uses your sin to save you? How so?
How much faith is enough faith?
Meaning - "Forgiveness isn’t fair?"
What is alien, or passive, righteousness?
What is faith?