Bible interpretation is somewhat that every pastor engagesevery day of his ministry. In this episode, Todd and Scott start to tackle the question of how to interpret the Bible, particularly for preaching and teaching. They also talk about Isaiah, the HT unConference, Stephen King’s Dark Tower Series, and the Quick to Listen podcast. Join us for Episode 66 of The Crux of the MatterRead More
The time after Christmas is typically pretty difficult for pastors, at least these pastors. How is it that we reconnect with family, recharge the batteries, and in general reengage with the ministry after an intensive period. Scott and Todd also talk about the Incarnation, Guatemala, and noise-canceling headphones. Take a listen to episode 65 of The Crux of the Matter to find out more.
Scott and Todd begin a several part series on the book of 1 Timothy, beginning (obviously) with chapter one. What can we learn together as pastors of the twenty-first century from this book? Join us for episode 49 of The Crux of the Matter.Read More
What does it mean to be the Christian Church in the twenty-first century. In this live episode of The Crux of the Matter, Todd and Scott answer questions, ask a few of their own, and bring Christ to bear as we look forward to the future together in Him. Join us for episode 46 of The Crux of the Matter.
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Todd and Scott co-host THE CRUX OF THE MATTER. You may find Todd Peperkorn @toddpeperkorn on Twitter or facebook.com/toddpeperkorn on Facebook. He also blogs, posts sermons, and random nonsense at Lutheran Logomaniac and Dark My Road. Todd’s parish is Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Rocklin, California. You can find his sermons & bible classes on YouTube HERE.
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In this episode we talk about what it means to be a Lutheran pastor in the 21st century, the theology of interruptions, and why we aren’t buddhists.