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PODCAST: Episode #3 - Super Bowl Betting A Super Sin Worse Than The Ultra Sound of Sin?

Please make some time to check out last night's podcast on BlogTalkRadio.

No, 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.

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[Episode #3] Please join us for our next broadcast of Just A Lutheran Layman where we'll spend some time discussing the following (in no particular order) in an episode we're calling "Super Bowl Betting A Super Sin Worse Than The Ultra Sound of Sin?"...

* "Prayers And Patristic Quotes"
(Introducing A New Feature!)

* "News With A Lutheran Layman's Views"

(Story of the Week: Do You Know The Ultra Sound of Sin?)
(A Brief Christian Commentary On Abortion 41 Years After Roe v. Wade)
(LCMS And Thrivent Financial)

* "Apologetics Q&A The Lutheran Way"

(Catechisis: Answers To Common Criticisms, Objections, Questions)
(What We BELIEVE, TEACH, and CONFESS As Confessional Lutherans)
(Not Just WHAT We Believe, But WHY We Believe It)
(Question #1: What Does The Bible Say About Betting/Gambling?)
(Question #2: Lutheran Schools Week - Why Lutheran Schools/Teachers?) (Question #3: Lutheran Schools Week - Should Laymen Lead Chapel Services At Lutheran Schools?)

* "What Does The Wolf Say?"
(Forget About The Fox! We'll Help You Identify Who The "Wolves In Sheep's Clothing" Are So You Can Better Discern What They're Saying)

Of course, we'll take your comments, questions, and prayer requests on-air as time permits. You can send me your questions or comments to: info@lutheranlayman.com or @LutheranLayman

[AUDIO: "Bittersweet Symphony" Instrumental; "Wedding Song" By City Harmonic; Some Additional Sound Bytes From Table Talk Radio As Part of Introduction; YouTube Clips From Public Domain; Concordia Publishing House Promotional Sound Bytes]

[NOTE: All Bible Readings From ESV Unless Otherwise Noted]

Glitches plagued this one I'm afraid as "Mr Technical Difficulties" was the star of the show! About an hour in, Skype and BlogTalkRadio decided to stop talking to each other and the connection was dropped! However, once we got things up and running again, the same problem occurred only this time it lasted longer than before!

Ultimately, I made the executive decision to cut the program short even though we never got to the the "Ultrasound of Sin" part in the "News With A Lutheran Layman's Views" portion of the program. 

I still talk too much (do a need a co-host? less show notes to discuss and present?) and I think I'll try to produce another podcast before next week that will cover everything we didn't get to last night so watch for that.

Please make a note to check out Just A Lutheran Layman on BlogTalkRadio.

Do feel free to contact me to let me know what you think (especially if it's to correct me on my handling of God's Word and in confessing the Lutheran faith) or to suggest future show ideas.

In a Lutheran Layman's terms, may this humble podcast be used for God's glory and your edification (Philippians 3:3; Romans 15:17; Galatians 6:14; 2 Timothy 2:15; 2 Timothy 4:2; Jude 1:3; Galatians 2:5; 1 Corinthians 3:7).

[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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