TOPIC INDEXPractical Theology (37)
Michael Berg
  1. Mike, Wade, and Greg (Lyon) discuss time and the church year.
  2. Mike and Wade discuss how doctrine and practice shape how churches worship.
  3. Wade and Mike sit down with Rev. Dr. Paul Lehninger of Wisconsin Lutheran College to discuss the work of author Colin Woodard. Woodard believes that there are eleven distinct nations which comprise the United States (and Canada and Northern Mexico).
  4. Wade and Mike invite Wisconsin Lutheran College’s disease expert, Dr. James Henkel, back onto the show. This is the second time Dr. Henkel has come onto the podcast.
  5. Wade and Mike take a look at Tom Nichols’ book The Death of Expertise: The Campaign against Established Knowledge and Why It Matters. Nichols makes the case that ignorance may be the biggest threat to a democratic republic.
  6. Mike and Wade welcome back Rev. Dr. Phil Huebner from Wisconsin Lutheran High School in Milwaukee, WI to continue their discussion on children in church. This is the topic of Rev. Dr. Huebner's dissertation, which is entitled “What to Do with Children in Church? A Study on Helping Parents Engage Their Children in Worship.”
  7. Mike and Wade are joined by Rev. Dr. Phil Huebner from Wisconsin Lutheran High School in Milwaukee, WI to discuss children in church. This is the topic of Rev. Dr. Huebner's dissertation, which is entitled “What to Do with Children in Church?
  8. On episode ONE HUNDRED AND NINETEEN Wade and Mike sit down with Rev. Raleigh Sadler and Rev. Dr. Josh Branum while at the 2019 Here We Still Stand Conference. Dr. Branum is pastor at Faithbridge Church in Jacksonville, Florida and serves with Rev. Sadler at the Let My People Go ministry. Rev. Sadler is the founder and executive director of Let My People Go and author the book Vulnerable.
  9. This is an excerpt from Vocation: The Setting for Human Flourishing written by Michael Berg (1517 Publishing, 2021). Now available for preorder.
  10. Your prayers are not what make you acceptable in his sight. You have already been made acceptable through the blood of Christ.
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