1. We do not want to live by the law of the jungle. We want to live as human beings in an ordered, properly functioning society.
  2. In episode TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-ONE, Mike, Wade, and Jason discuss theology by twos (law and gospel, theology of the cross and theology of glory, two kinds of righteousness, two kingdoms, etc.).
  3. In episode TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SEVEN, Mike, Jason, and Wade discuss the Bennett Law, when confessional Lutherans teamed up with the Roman Catholics in Wisconsin to vote out the Republicans over the use of English in schools.
  4. Distinct, But Not Divided. In this episode, we discuss the Christian doctrine of the two kingdoms and its consequences for the Christian life while reading James Nestigen's "The Two Kingdoms Distinction."
  5. Give to Caesar what is Caesar's, and unto God what is God's. But hold on . . . what about "Give to my neighbor what is my neighbor's"?
  6. So, there's a question we should ask: What can we rightly expect from our government?
  7. This is an excerpt from “The Alien and the Proper: Luther's Two-Fold Righteousness in Controversy, Ministry, and Citizenship,” edited by Robert Kolb (1517 Publishing, 2023).
  8. When the church is a political actor, the gospel doesn’t have the final word.
  9. Kelsi chats with acclaimed hip hop and rap artist, Flame, about why he has found a home in the doctrines and beliefs of Lutheranism.
  10. The good news is that with our God there is always more: more than we deserve, dare, ask, or expect, more than we can see, hear, feel, or think.
  11. St. Paul extends to us the call to arms. In particular, there is one weapon which is effective against so elusive an enemy. The weapon is prayer.
  12. Finding the balance between indifferentism and obsessiveness has never been easy, and it’s especially difficult in our environment.

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