A weekly discussion of theology from a Lutheran perspective.
Theodor Adorno and the Frankfurt School
This is part 3 of our Makers of the Modern World series. In this podcast, we delve into the thought of Theodor Adorno and the development of Critical Theory in the Frankfurt School
Georg Lukacs and the Development of Western Marxism
This second part of our "Makers of the Modern World" series explores the ideas of George Lukacs, and the Western Marxist tradition.
The Ideas of Karl Marx
This is the beginning of a series of podcasts titled "Makers of the Modern World." In this first episode, I discuss the life and thought of Karl Marx, how he impacts our culture, and what a Christian response should be.
Free Will and the Cause of Sin (Augsburg Confession XVIII-XIX)
This part of our Augsburg Confession series overviews the nature of the human will and its relationship to sin.
The Return of Christ and Final Judgment (AC XVIII)
In this continuation of our walk through the Augsburg Confession, we discuss eschatology from article XVIII. We address millennialism, soul sleep, and eternal torment.
Early Christology Through Chalcedon
In this part of our ongoing series on Christology, we give an overview of early Patristic Christology and the consensus that was reached at the Council of Chalcedon.
Great Study of Scripture with Cultural and Philosophic Commentary
I’ve been extremely blessed by the teaching ministry of Dr. Cooper. He has a friendly spirit about him throughout these discussions, and he takes the time to describe Lutheran distinctions to people from different backgrounds. If you are interested in either Christianity generally or Lutheranism in particular, I believe Dr. Cooper should be included in your listening stack.
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I’m a Reformed Christian, but gain huge benefit from Dr. Cooper. I’ve gained a greater appreciation of the Sacraments, the historic faith, and of Lutheranism. Still Reformed but he pushes me to study. God bless Dr Cooper.