Lecture 94- The Gospel According to St. Isaiah Chapter 6 Part 2

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The Gospel According to St. Isaiah- Chapter 6 Part 2

Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier

In this lecture we continue our study on Chapter 6. We will focus on the burning coal touching the lips of Isaiah and atoning for his sin.

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Isaiah- Chapter 6 Part 2

Lecture 93- The Gospel According to St. Isaiah Chapter 6 Part 1

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The Gospel According to St. Isaiah- Chapter 6 Part 1

Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier

In this lecture we begin our study on Chapter 6. We take a look at the first five verses. In these verses, we hear the words, “Holy, Holy, Holy is the LORD of Hosts” testifying to the doctrine of the Blessed Holy Trinity.

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Isaiah- Chapter 6 Part 1

Christ in the Old Testament- Isaiah 55

Christ in the OT 2Pastor Kachelmeier is the guest on Issues, Etc. talking about Isaiah chapter 55. Yahweh says,“Come, everyone who thirsts, come to the waters; and he who has no money, come, buy and eat! Come, buy wine and milk without money and without price” (Isaiah 55:1).  Jesus says, “I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me shall not hunger, and whoever believes in me shall never thirst” (John 6:35). Jesus is Yahweh.

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Pseudepodcast Episode 8: All Along the Watchtower

Please join the pseudepodcasters for an audio exploration of the world of Jehovah’s Witnesses with special guest Pr. Brian Kachelmeier. Click here to listen.

What is Pseudepodcast?pseudecast

Three young-ish, well-read-ish, and enthusiastic (but not in the bad way) Lutheran laymen talking theology: Trent Demarest, Levi Nunnink, and Matt Fenn are the amateurs in question.

Wait. Amateurs? What does this mean? Why would I want to listen to self-proclaimed “amateurs” talk theology?

 

A marvelous question! Let us consider what is meant by the term “amateur.” The word comes to us from the Latin — via the French, mind you — from amator, “lover”, which itself derives from amo, amare “to love.” In the most basic sense to be an amateur is to be a lover of a thing for its own sake. This is what we mean when we bill our show as “amateur theology,” although we will be quick to admit that it is also true that we are not experts or professional theologians. But let’s say that this changes, and we do become some shade of expert, or at least “professional” in the literal sense of the term (*cough*…Trent and Matt are starting seminary this fall…*cough*). Well, if this does happen, we hope that it will augment our status as amateur theologians, as lovers of theology for its own sake, not replace it.