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Episode 59: Who do you say that He is?

In this edition of Radical Grace we talk about something a lot of people have forgotten about. Who is Jesus? After all, he asked his own disciples the very same question, and then built his Church on the answer.

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Reformation Sunday 2008

Episode 58: Reformation Day Special

In this edition of Radical Grace we talk about Reformation Day… And Elsie’s cabbage rolls and German beer. And about some guy named Martin Luther.

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Dr. Uwe Seimon-Netto on Radical Grace

Episode 57: Race, Abortion, and Civil Rights

On this edition of Radical Grace Dr. Uwe Seimon-Netto joins us to talk about racial divides in the church. We also talked about how the culture seems to have had a moral lobotomy with regards to Abortion, and the role of journalist in the culture as well as the state of journalism today.

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This Bread that we Break…

Episode 56: Where is Jesus?

In this edition of Radical Grace we talk about the Lord’s Supper. Over the last few weeks we’ve talked about the questions “where do I find God?” and today we talked about a specific place where Jesus can be found and is available for all his people.

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Today on Radical Grace, Uwe Siemon-Netto


On Today’s Show, Dr. Uwe Siemon-Netto joins us to talk about Race and Segregation, The vocation of Jounalist, and the state of education. If you’d like to listen, tune in at 2pm Eastern Standard Time (1pm in Nebraska) by clicking >>here<<, and the audio will begin playing. If you’d like to give us a call from anywhere in Brevard County Florida, call 1-321-632-1510, or if you are out of the area call 1-800-648-1437.

Of Radical Grace, Hypocrisy and the Church

Episode 55: What is Radical Grace?

Jerry is our board opp. Jerry asked a question. Jerry wanted to know what Radical Grace is. We told him. His spiritual life imploded.

End of Story? We sometimes assume too much when we believe that people understand what we mean by Radical Grace, so I pointed Jerry and the listners to the end of Romans Chapter 5 and the beginning of Chapter 6.

We also talked about hypocrisy and how people use this as an excuse not to come to Church.

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Seek the Lord while He may be found.

Episode 54: The solution to Cheap Grace

In this edition of Radical Grace we continue a discussion of Isaiah 55:6, and more importantly a discussion of the solution to an attitude of treating God’s Grace as if it were a common thing.

It also looks like we’re going to tackle the often hard subject of “where is God when I’m suffering”.

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Cheap Grace

Episode 53: Can Christians truly abuse God’s Grace?

Is there really a problem with Cheap Grace these days? Pastor Greg Leseur of Christ Lutheran Church in Cape Canaveral joins us again as we look at the idea of Cheap Grace and talk about how this might be possible for Christians… if it’s possible at all.

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Trust God and Hang on Tight!

Episode 51: Sanctified: Set apart by God?

I heard something that said a lot to me this week. “Those who have learned to do good will do what they’ve learned to do. Those who have learned to do evil will do what they’ve learned to do. Those who have learned to obey will obey. Those who have learned to disobey will disobey. All of them need forgiveness”.

One of the most difficult things I had to learn after coming understand the Gospel and how it’s important in my life was to learn that no matter how good I get at obeying God’s law, I am still as much a sinner as I ever was. In fact, I read in the Bible that knowing the law actually makes the sin worse, and a lot of the time I see how much more sinful I really am just by trying to follow God’s law. It took a long time for me, in fact… it’s still taking a long time because I still don’t feel like I get this right. Sanctification would be easy if it really were only about changing the way I act or changing the way I behave. But it’s not easy at all, because it involves a problem I have in my heart. There’s something broken in me that’s just not responding to treatment. People around might say, “oh Matthew, your acting so much better this year than you did last year”, but to me I’m only going through the motions. It was hard to learn that this is how it is for a Christian.

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The Miracle of Suffering

Episode 50: “But first, I need to get right with God”…

I remember a while back, there was a man who lived in the apartment complex across the parking lot from me. He was once a Roman Catholic, long since “backslidden”, so to speak, not a practicing Catholic at all. I tried several times to get him to come to church, to bring his family. But every time he’d say, “No. First I gotta get right with God”.

Now what do you say to that? I have to admit, I didn’t know what to say to him. Even though I knew enough about the Bible back then to understand what Jesus had done for me, and I could speak plainly about all of things that had happened in my life and I could give a pretty good testimony, none of that could address what his problem was. He knew well what was wrong, that he was sinful, that he needed a savior, but he couldn’t get over this idea that he needed to get right with God before he could start going back to church.

Is he wrong?

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