From session four in Galatians, we answer the question, "How similar is the Law/Gospel distinction we’ve been talking about to the 12 step addiction recovery programs?"
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
People aren’t baptized, is this message for them
How is a Christian made?
Meaning - "Forgiveness isn’t fair?"
Universalism: What are the issues?
Do we have to care about following the law?
Message in Galatians impact parenting & children?
Is there a simple way to say this?
Why Paul writes that following the law is a curse?
Does being a Christian improve your life?
Paul says the law increases sin. How so?
How can “good works” be your problem?
Will God give me a high-five for what I do?
How did Luther read the Bible?
What is the function of forgiveness in our lives?
How is the book of James helpful?
Free To Be: Apart From The Law
Vocation: From A Monk To A Pastor
Can I not worry about sinning more?
Free To Be: Two Kinds of Righteousness
Do you have a free will?
What is the Gospel?
What in our heritage makes us doubt the Gospel?-
Someone who says, “I don’t believe in God”?
What is faith?
Who cares about active and passive righteousness?
Role we play in salvation-asking for forgiveness?
Is God fair?
How does one lose their freedom as a Christian?
How do you communicate to your children?
Our faith - how does this reflect on an atheist?
Should we worry about what people think about us?
Authority: What is it?
What is alien, or passive, righteousness?
Why wasn't my grandmother praying for us?
Differences - active and passive righteousness?