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Armed Lutheran Radio

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Exploring the intersection of faith in Christ with our Second Amendment rights. Offering commentary, news, and reviews. Featuring weekly tips from trainers, master class shooters, and outdoorsmen (and women) plus interviews with Lutheran clergy and other pro-gun voices.

Customer Reviews

Faith, Fireams, and Freedom

I don't know what more you could want from a podcast. Faith, Firearms, and Freedom the key tenants of prepping and survival. Well researched and well spoken. Definitely worth checking out.

The most biblical view of self defense

Simply the best, most honest, and biblically accurate discussion of our innate right of self-defense. They repeatedly debunk the nonsense that Jesus Christ was a pacifist or that we should "turn the other cheek" when someone is being raped or murdered.

It is refreshing to hear about the defense of the innocent is in tune with God's justice and commandments. It is time that Christians acknowledge that evil exists and it must be dealt with and this sometimes requires force. Otherwise, evil could prevail (see examples of Nazi Germany, the USSR, communist China, and islamic terrorism).

Dont bother

Do long waste your time with this podcast. I love my guns and I love my God but I think these guys need to look into their heart and see if this is Gods will they are doing. In Mark 12:31 Jesus says “Thou shalt love they neighbor as thyself.” Nowhere does he say that you have to understand or agree with them. You just have to love them. During the meat and potatoes part of the show all they do is slam the other side like a couple of three-year olds. They start out with using fact and scripture to show their side of the argument which is what I want but they always end with childish name calling and belittling the people instead of using the facts and scripture. I gave them a 1 stars because I could not go any lower. I hope that they will someday become someone that I will be proud to call my Brother in Christ.

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