Tag Archives: Rationalism

Encore: National Lutheran Schools Week, Lutheran Education and the Languages – Pr. Heath Curtis and Jocelyn Benson, 1/28/19

curtisbensonPr. Heath Curtis & Jocelyn Benson of Wittenberg Academy

Wittenberg Academy

Encore: National Lutheran Schools Week, Lutheran Education and Vocation – Dr. Gene Edward Veith, 1/28/19

veithDr. Gene Edward Veith

God at Work: Your Christian Vocation in All of Life
Cranach: The Blog of Veith

Encore: National Lutheran Schools Week, Lutheran Education and Catechesis – Pr. Peter Bender, 1/28/19

bender Peter Bender of Peace Lutheran-Sussex, WI

Concordia Catechetical Academy

Encore: National Lutheran Schools Week, Lutheran Education and Baptism – Pr. Stephen Kieser, 1/28/19

kieserPr. Stephen Kieser of the Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education

The Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education

Encore: National Lutheran Schools Week, The History of Lutheran Education – Dr. Thomas Korcok, 1/28/19

Dr. Thomas Korcok of
Concordia University Chicago

Lutheran Education: From Wittenberg to the Future
Center for the Advancement of Lutheran Liberal Arts

2981. The Past, Present and Future of Confessional Lutheranism, Part 4: The Struggle for Lutheran Identity in America – Pr. Paul McCain, 10/25/17

McCainPastor Paul McCain of Concordia Publishing House


Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions
The Online Book of Concord

2821. The Past, Present and Future of Confessional Lutheranism, Part 3: Pietism, Rationalism and the Enlightenment – Pr. Paul McCain, 10/9/17

McCainPastor Paul McCain of Concordia Publishing House


Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions
The Online Book of Concord

2154. The Hijacking of the Reformation – Dr. Albert Mohler, 8/3/17

AlbertMohler_hires4Dr. Albert Mohler of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Website for Albert Mohler

1. Nineteenth Century Lutheran Theologian C.F.W. Walther – Pr. Joel Baseley, 5/6/16

baseleyPastor Joel Baseley of
Emmanuel Lutheran-Dearborn, MI


Mark V Publications

1. National Lutheran Schools Week, Part 5: Lutheran Education and the Languages – Pr. Heath Curtis and Jocelyn Benson, 1/29/16

curtisbensonPr. Heath Curtis &
Jocelyn Benson
of Wittenberg Academy

Wittenberg Academy

2. National Lutheran Schools Week, Part 4: Lutheran Education and Vocation – Dr. Gene Edward Veith, 1/28/16

veithDr. Gene Edward Veith of Patrick Henry College


God at Work: Your Christian Vocation in All of Life
Cranach: The Blog of Veith

2. National Lutheran Schools Week, Part 3: Lutheran Education and Catechesis – Pr. Peter Bender, 1/27/16

benderPastor Peter Bender of Peace Lutheran-Sussex, WI

Concordia Catechetical Academy

2. National Lutheran Schools Week, Part 2: Lutheran Education and Baptism – Pr. Stephen Kieser, 1/26/16

kieserPr. Stephen Kieser
of the Consortium
for Classical Lutheran Education

The Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education

2. National Lutheran Schools Week, Part 1: The History of Lutheran Education – Dr. Thomas Korcok, 1/25/16

korcokDr. Thomas Korcok of
Concordia University Chicago

Lutheran Education: From Wittenberg to the Future

4. Issues, Etc. Reformation Week, Challenges to Lutheranism: Rationalism – Dr. Martin Noland, 10/27/15

nolandDr. Martin Noland of Trinity Lutheran-Evansville, IN

2. The History of Christian Confirmation, Part 3 – Pr. Mark Surburg, 1/27/15

surburgPr. Mark Surburg of Good Shepherd Lutheran-Marion, IL


“The Weird and Wacky History of Confirmation” by Mark Surburg

1. The History of Christian Confirmation, Part 2 – Pr. Mark Surburg, 1/20/15

surburgPr. Mark Surburg of Good Shepherd Lutheran-Marion, IL


“The Weird and Wacky History of Confirmation” by Mark Surburg

1. The History of Christian Confirmation, Part 1 – Pr. Mark Surburg, 1/19/15

surburgPr. Mark Surburg of Good Shepherd Lutheran-Marion, IL


“The Weird and Wacky History of Confirmation” by Mark Surburg

2. Important Philosophers: René Descartes – Dr. Angus Menuge, 9/19/14

Dr. Angus Menuge of Concordia University-Wisconsin

1. Man’s Failed Attempts to Reach God: Rationalism and Pragmatism – Pr. Jonathan Fisk, 11/21/12

Pastor Jonathan Fisk of Bethany Lutheran-Naperville, IL

“Broken: 7 ‘Christian’ Rules Every Christian Ought to Break as Often as Possible” by Jonathan Fisk
Worldview Everlasting

The Use and Abuse of Reason

Pastor Steven Parks of University Hills Lutheran-Denver, CO


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Issues, Etc. WEB EXTRA

Responding to the Rationalistic View of Natural Law

Jacob Corzine of Humboldt University-Berlin, Germany


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Natural Law: A Lutheran Reappraisal
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The Christian Mind

Dr. Allister McGrath of Oxford University


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“The Passionate Intellect: Christian Faith and the Discipleship of the Mind” by Alister McGrath
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Man’s Failed Attempts to Reach God: Rationalism

Dr. Steven Hein of the Concordia Institute for Christian Studies


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Bump music from today’s show:

Coldplay - Viva la Vida - Viva la Vida “Viva la Vida” by Coldplay
Steely Dan - Can't Buy a Thrill - Reelin' in the Years “Reelin’ in the Years” by Steely Dan
Aretha Franklin - Aretha Franklin: 30 Greatest Hits - Think “Think” by Aretha Franklin
Paul Simon - Hearts and Bones - Think Too Much (A) (Remastered Version) “Think Too Much” by Paul Simon
Kristy Lee Cook - Why Wait - I Think Too Much “I Think Too Much” Kristy Lee Cook