On this episode Wade and Dr. Keith square off over two influential characters in the early Reformation: Philip Melanchthon and Matthias Flacius Illyricus.
Rev. John Bortulin comes on the show to discuss preaching at funerals.
Wade and Mike sit down in the studio to discuss Philip K. Dick’s article How to Build a Universe That Doesn’t Fall Apart Two Days Later.
On episode ONE HUNDRED (they finally did it) of Let the Bird Fly! the guys sit down (sans Ben despite their best efforts to get him there) to discuss the commencement address This is Water by David Foster Wallace.
Wade and Mike sit down to discuss the often forgotten celebration of the second week of Easter.
Wade hijacks the podcast and forces Mike and Peter to discuss the commodification of people.
Mike and his wife Amanda have the Strong family over to their house for dinner and some podcasting. First the Berg and Strong kids talk about their favorite summer activities and favorite Easter tradition. Next the adults discuss what it…
Wade and Peter sit down to complete their discussion on Wade’s presentation entitled Law & Gospel: A Lens for Life.
On episode NINETY-SIX of Let the Bird Fly! Wade, Mike and Peter sit down to continue their discussion on Wade’s presentation entitled Law & Gospel: A Lens for Life
Wade, Mike and Peter sit down to discuss a presentation Wade has been giving entitled Law & Gospel: A Lens for Life.
Mike and Wade sit down with Professor Sheena Finnigan to discuss Rome’s transition from a republic.
On episode NINETY-THREE of Let the Bird Fly! the guys were invited to record at The Gathering Series, which is put on by The Point of Grace, a Milwaukee area campus ministry group.
Wade, Mike, and Peter are joined once again by Josh Seeger of Wisconsin Lutheran High School. In this episode they finally officially discuss the four Gospel accounts.
On episode NINETY-ONE of Let the Bird Fly! Mike, while in Utah, had the opportunity to sit down with Barb Munoz to discuss the difficulties and dangers of equating religion and politics.
Mike sits down with Rev. Jon Micheel and Rev. Tyler Peil. Both pastors currently serve at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Taylorsville, UT. Both Rev. Micheel and Rev. Peil have been serving on a committee to create a new…
Wade and Mike sit down to discuss the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and his lasting impact on America today both consciously and unconsciously.
Mike and Wade welcome back Rev. Dr. Mark Braun to discuss teaching introduction to theology, something that all three know a thing or two about.
Mike and Peter welcome Valerie Locklaire to discuss apologetics and her book on the topic: Called to Defend: An Apologetics Handbook for the Middle School Student.
On episode EIGHTY-SIX of Let the Bird Fly! the guys welcome back Rev. Dr. Mark Braun from Wisconsin Lutheran College.
On episode EIGHTY-FIVE of Let the Bird Fly! the guys welcome Dr. Joel Davis, who teaches chemistry at Wisconsin Lutheran College.
On episode EIGHTY-FOUR of Let the Bird Fly! Mike and Wade welcome Dr. Ned Farley to discuss Anthropology, a topic he knows more than a thing or two about.
On episode EIGHTY-THREE of Let the Bird Fly! Mike and Wade welcome back Dr. Paul Lehninger and Rev. Greg Lyon to discuss Christmas.
On episode EIGHTY-TWO of Let the Bird Fly! the guys welcome onto the show Dr. Martin Moldenhauer, who teaches on the English faculty at Wisconsin Lutheran College.
On episode EIGHTY-ONE of Let the Bird Fly! the guys welcome Rev. Kent Schaaf, who is currently serving at Mount Olive Lutheran Church in Milwaukee, WI, to discuss those two chief teachings of Scripture: Law and Gospel.
On episode EIGHTY of Let the Bird Fly! Mike and Wade join forces with Pastors Brian Doebler and John Bortulin to discuss the season of Advent.