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Monday - The Lutheran Inquisitor

A quest for answers to pressing issues and their ramifications for the Church today

Tuesday - Love Letters

Series of Bible studies on the epistiles

Wednesday - Worth Doing Badly

A weekly overview of the Bible readings for each Sunday of the Church Year with Pastors David Weber and Jaime Kriger

Thursday - Songs of Hope

Reflections on the Psalms with Denise Seaman

Friday - Redeemer Theological Academy

Confessing Christ to an unbelieving world

Saturday - Straight Answers to Awkward Questions

Pastor George Samiec searches the Bible to address challenging issues and provide answers to those intriguing questions our listeners always wanted to know but were afraid to ask

Sunday - Sunday Cantata

Pastor Tapani Simojoki introduces a cantata written by Bach for each Sunday of the church year

Lutheran Radio News

• Lutherans mark the 500th anniversary of the Diet of Worms • Finnish Bishop Elect charged over historic Christian teachings on human sexuality • 'Painful' limit of 30 mourners at funerals to be scrapped next month • Israel observes day of mourning after 45 people, including British student, die in festival stampede • End to written marriage certificates • Pope Francis cracks down on lavish gifts for cardinals and Vatican officials

Series B, 6th Sunday of Easter, Worth Doing Badly

Love others as Jesus has loved us? That’s a big problem. Jesus is God; we are not. God is perfect; we are not. To love as God loves means being perfect as God is perfect.

Here I stand - Part 3, The Lutheran Inquisitor

Final instalment on this series of interviews with Rev. Dr. Robert Kolb. Kolb is a professor emeritus of Systematic Theology at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri, USA.

Changing behaviour, Cross Encounters

Knowledge is usually not enough to bring about change. What is needed is a reason or motivation. So when it comes to relating to God and to our behaviour that flows from faith, then what we need, above all, is the Gospel.

Laughed at, The Lutheran Hour

Speaking out against the prevailing culture might get you laughed at, but it could also produce repentance and bring about real change.

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