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    Since we just wrapped up a multipart series on Baptism, why don’t we do a series on the Lord’s Supper? Only Pastor Gary wanted to go WAY back to the beginning to begin. Also…  Christian-slanted News Channel launching so Evangelicals can hear what they want to hear, but Pew survey follow up says they also hear New Age stuff they want to hear. Jesus finally now employed again in full-time
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    In this third part of a series on Baptism, we talk about what Baptism does, and whether baptismal regeneration is a thing… Also,    Grant funding lawsuit aims to aid historic churches, while Connecticut confession closes book on cold case murder; Chik-fil-a leads the way, and Denny’s and McDonalds fall in line, and one thing’s left to say about baptism today on Radical Grace Radio. Visit Matthew Pancake’s Facebook http://www.facebook.com/matthew.pancake
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    In the Second part of a multipart series on Baptism, Pastor Gary has us look at Christ’s Baptism and wonder what it means for us today. Also… Mexican Cardinal dishes shame at clerical accusers, but Bert and Ernie turn out to be just good friends after all, John Hagee talks up new book, but it’s more of the same, old nonsense, and we talk how Christ is at work today
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    One of the things I look forward to in Church are days when we have a Baptism take place. Since Risen Savior Lutheran Church has a Baptism this Sunday, Pastor thought it would be good to get started on a series of shows on the Topic of Baptism.  Also… State investigations mount for Roman Catholic Church, while German Catholic bishops have investigations handed to them. Great Accuser getting in great
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    You and I are caught in a trap. That trap is called unforgiveness, and the only way out of the trap is the Gospel.  Plus… Viral cussing pastor preaches up a blue streak of four-letter words for Jesus, Australian homeschooling trend rising to combat religious bullying trend, Child sex-abuse scandals are yesterday’s news over at Vatican City, while our news is always fresh here on Radical Grace Radio. Visit Matthew
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    When Pastor Gary saw the story about Megachurch Pastor Andrew Stoecklein, who’s suicide attempt (and later death) rocked the Christian community last week, he decided he needed to say something about it. Also,  Grace Cathedral lawsuit exposes lots of sick, twisted shit, “In God We Trust” survives constitutional challenge, Call for Pope to resign evokes undecipherable response, and we’re altering reality today on Radical Grace Radio. Visit Matthew Pancake’s Facebook http://www.facebook.com/matthew.pancake
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    Have you ever Felt as though the Lord is testing you? Well, Pastor Gary felt as though you needed help studying for that test, so be ready with a Bible! Also…   Pope Francis sounds the alarm on clerical sexual abuse, John Piper draws criticism for unfaithfulness to Great is Thy Faithfulness, name change in the works for those formerly known as Mormons, and we help you study for the
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    Christians take their spiritual temperature all the time. They do it because they’ve been told to do it so often that they’ve become accustomed to doing it. But you shouldn’t. Sure, you’ve told you shouldn’t be Lukewarm. Let us help you. Also… Attorney General Jeff Sessions getting off, but not for good behavior, Kenneth Copeland uses God magic to heal inanimate objects, Catholic church reeling from Pennsylvania revelations, and we’re
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    Just because someone can do a mashup of say, the Bee Gees and AC/DC, doesn’t mean they should. That’s true of Law and Gospel as well. One doesn’t simply mash up law and Gospel. Also,    Pope delivers some new bull on capital punishment, Willow Creek implosion drama ripples across the evangelical stage, Prospering financially now firmly an Evangelical sacrament, and we’re getting to the root of what God’s doing
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        Continuing the talk on Discipleship, the old Samurai saying, “Cry in the Dojo; Laugh in the Battlefield” comes up. There’s truth in that for us Christians, because the reason many of us fall on the Battlefield is because we don’t train for the Battle. Also, Americans don’t attend church and Pew research asks why?, Jeff Sessions organizes task force for religious liberty concerns, Federal judge rules in favor