From session six in Galatians, we answer the question, "How does one lose their freedom as a Christian?"
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
Does becoming a Christian change who you are?
How does God deal with our sin?
Parenting relate to Christ becoming a curse?
Convincing someone Christ has set them free?
Does God’s law help you with righteousness?
Jesus uses your sin to save you? How so?
Lutheran Vocabulary: Good Works
Despair about your good works: Why?
The Lord's Prayer: Fifth Petition
What makes a Christian righteous?
The Bible: Interpreting
The Lord's Prayer: Sixth Petition
The Lord's Prayer: Second Petition
Vocation: Whether Soldiers, Too, Can Be Saved
Where Are We Today: Does Being Lutheran Matter?
Active and passive righteousness differences
Issue of job security relate with our vocation?
Lutheran Vocabulary: Gospel
Understand the Bible as authoritative?
Law/Gospel similarities -addiction programs?
Why wasn't my grandmother praying for us?
How is a Christian made?
Differences - active and passive righteousness?
Does being a Christian improve your life?
Should we worry about what people think about us?
The Law and Freedom
What does the Gospel actually do?
What does “For Christ’s namesake” mean?
Are our works always bad?
Communicating with children