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Fighting For The Faith Video Blog!

If you have never listened to Chris Rosebrough on Fighting For The Faith, then what are you waiting for?

I can assure you that your level of discernment will spike after listening to just 5 minutes worth of this program.

I somehow missed this until just now, but he's getting ready to launch a Video Blog any day now. If the Promo Video below is any indication, then it promises to be just as good -- if not better! -- than his daily podcast.




"The program that dishes up a daily dose of Biblical discernment. The goal of which is to help you think Biblically, help you to think critically, and help you compare what people are saying in the name of God to the Word of God. No shortage of crazy things being said out there. We take the time to slow down and stop and compare what people are saying to God's Word, and put it in context to see if we're being taught the truth. So many times over and again we learn that we're not being taught the truth. Instead, we're being sold a bill of goods from people who are 'Celebrity Pastors,' popular authors, pastors, preachers, and teachers...stuff like that. Like I like to tell people, there's nothing great about the 'Great Apostasy' and if this isn't the 'Great Apostasy' I can't wait to see what that thing is all about, because things are really bad right now."

*- Chris Rosebrough / Introduction To January 2nd, 2014 Show


I was aware of his show years ago, but only caught an episode here-and-there.

I find it incredibly edifying on a regular basis these days though.

While it's not a distinctly "Lutheran" broadcast at all, Rosebrough is a Confessional Lutheran too, so that was a welcomed discovery for me.

Really, I cannot recommend this program enough. It's what the Body of Christ needs regardless of the denomination you find yourself in at the moment -- discernment, discernment, discernment!

In a Lutheran Layman's terms, do yourself a favor and listen to his radio program and then make a note to watch for these new videos.

But don't worry. I'm sure we'll be referencing them quite a bit on this blog ourselves.

[NOTE: As you know, I am a newly converted Confessional Lutheran who recently escaped American Evangelicalism. That being said, please contact me ASAP if you believe that any of my "old beliefs" seem to have crept their way into any of the material you see published here, and especially if any of the content is not consistent with Lutheran doctrine -- in other words, if it's not consistent with God's Word -- so that I can correct those errors immediately and not lead any of His little ones astray. Thank you in advance for your time and help. Grace and peace to you and yours!]

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