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A Lutheran Layman

By A Lutheran Layman

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"An Ex-Evangelical Turned Confessional Lutheran..." Because the world doesn’t need to hear another podcast, but it does need to hear the simplicity of the Gospel, or Christ crucified for the sins of all mankind. I'm a Lutheran layman who's navigating from the works-righteousness waters of American Evangelicalism to the justified by grace shores of Confessional Lutheran doctrine after learning I apparently wasn’t a "true" Christian. Ever happen to you? I was told I had reason to "doubt my salvation" not because I believed in some kind of false doctrine (oh no!), but because I didn’t have "crazy love" for Jesus, and because I wasn’t "radical" enough in my life for Him either. People think I’m weird and it has absolutely nothing to do with my red hair or the fact that I’m left-handed. They think I’m nuts because I believe in this thing called the "Doctrine of Justification" or "Sola Fide" (fancy-schmancy words that mean I'm saved by "Grace Alone" through "Faith Alone" in "Christ Alone"), which kinda sounds a lot like Ephesians 2:8-9 if you ask me. I’m also "too Lutheran" for some of my Lutheran-In-Name-Only family members and friends so there’s that. So, if "being cool" and being "part of the in crowd" is important to you, if you like to pet wolves, if you think the 11th Commandment should have been "Thou Shall Not Offend" (and think contending for and defending the faith is actually "offensive"), if Jesus is your "Homeboy"/"The Big Guy Upstairs" and not the King of kings, Lord of lords, the Messiah, the Lord and Savior who sits at the right hand of the Father, then you probably won't like listening to this podcast, but you definitely should. Please join us!

A Lutheran Layman
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  • Category: Christianity
  • Language: English

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