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Join Rev. Jonathan Fisk and a guest pastor to test your mettle on "What does this mean?" and learn to spar with the best of them. Each episode covers the Daily Lectionary New Testament text.
 
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Rev. Dr. Lucas Woodford, President of the LCMS Minnesota South District, studies Genesis 26:1-16 on today’s episode. Dr. Woodford talks about the contrast of Isaac to Abraham and Jacob, how famine and lack of water affects both physical and spiritual life, how Isaac repeats the same deception of his father, and how the lineage of Jesus is made ...…
 
Rev. David Appold, pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Paducah, Kentucky, studies Genesis 25:25-34 on today’s episode. Rev. Appold talks about God’s gracious election as seen in Jacob’s story, the significance of the birth order and names of the brothers, the significance of Jacob getting Esau to give up his birthright, and what Jacob’s inher ...…
 
Rev. Peter Ill, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Millstadt, Illinois, studies Genesis 25:19-26 on today’s episode. Rev. Ill talks about the barrenness in the family line leading to prayer, how prayer reminds us of God’s promises and faithfulness, when we all question the “why” of what God does, the two nations coming from Rebekah, and how G ...…
 
Rev. Jeremiah Johnson, pastor of Glory of Christ Lutheran Church in Plymouth, Minnesota, studies Genesis 25:1-18 on today’s episode. Rev. Johnson talks about Abraham’s marriage to Keturah, the inheritance of Isaac, the difference between concubines and wives, the death of Abraham, the blessing of Isaac, and the generations of Ishmael.“In the Be ...…
 
Rev. Dr. John Bombaro, Director of Spiritual Fitness for the Chaplain of the Marine Corps’ Office at The Pentagon, and editor of The Resurrection Fact: Responding to Modern Critics, studies Genesis 24:50-67 on today’s episode. Dr. Bombaro talks about the great story of all scripture (and how it’s all about Jesus), the meaning of names, the work ...…
 
Rev. Adam Koontz, pastor of Mount Calvary Lutheran Church in Lititz, Pennsylvania, studies Genesis 24:15-51 on today’s episode. Rev. Koontz talks about how a man chooses a wife, why this story seems unattainably quaint, the urgency of God’s promises, forming families that last, and how this is this only successfully monogamous marriage among th ...…
 
Rev. Luke Zimmerman, pastor of Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, studies Genesis 24:1-15 on today’s episode. Rev. Zimmerman talks about Abraham’s desire for Isaac to be married, the importance of the servant’s role in this process, the solemn agreement between the servant and Abraham, and the role of marriage a ...…
 
Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller, pastor of Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora, Colorado, studies Genesis 23:1-20 on today’s episode. Rev. Wolfmueller talks about the only land Abraham will ever own, the tomb that both Sarah and Abraham were buried in that’s still in Hebron today, marriage and death as two of the perpetual factors of human existence, and the ...…
 
Rev. Gaven Mize, pastor of Augustana Lutheran Church in Hickory, North Carolina, studies Genesis 22:14-24 on today’s episode. Rev. Mize talks about the promise of children in these verses, how this text is christological, and the picture of what is to come as framed by these verses.“In the Beginning was the Truth” is a mini-series on Sharper Ir ...…
 
Rev. Timothy Appel, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in Smithville, Texas, studies Genesis 22:1-14 on today’s episode. Rev. Appel talks about how God tests His people in order to strengthen their faith, a Passover ahead of time for Abraham and Isaac, the resurrection of the dead, and foreshadowing of Jesus.“In the Beginning was the Truth” is a m ...…
 
Rev. Brian Flamme, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Roswell, New Mexico, studies Genesis 21:22-34 on today’s episode. Rev. Flamme talks about the reappearing of Abimelech and what to think of him, whether Abraham’s faith is fully formed yet, swearing and vows and what they mean, what the ewe lambs mean, and the theological significance of ...…
 
Rev. Andrew Preus, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Guttenberg & St. Paul Lutheran Church in McGregor, Iowa, studies Genesis 21:12-21 on today’s episode. Rev. Preus talks about when confessing God’s promises looks evil to human eyes, learning humility before receiving God’s grace, Ishmael’s prayer of deliverance, and the passivity of faith. ...…
 
Rev. James Preus, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Ottumwa, Iowa, studies Genesis 21:1-13 on today’s episode. Rev. Preus talks about the wonder of children, what Isaac’s birth foreshadows, the Abraham and Sarah’s faith in God’s promises, and what Hagar’s place in this story represents.“In the Beginning was the Truth” is a mini-series on Sha ...…
 
Rev. Dustin Beck, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Corpus Christi, Texas, studies Genesis 20:1-18 on today’s episode. Rev. Beck talks about making peace between Abimelech and Abraham, how Abraham tries to explain his deception, whether ends justify the means, and how God’s opening and closing of the womb is a sign of His blessing and curse. ...…
 
Rev. Harrison Goodman, pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Winside, Nebraska, studies Genesis 19:23-38 on today’s episode. Rev. Goodman talks about how we like to fixate on sins, how sin is infectious, how fear is the unbelief of promise, why the world sees Sodom as a joke, and the lineage Christ chooses in order to save sinners.“In the Begin ...…
 
On Sharathon today, Rev. Warren Woerth and Rev. Matt Clark join Andy Bates to talk about the mission of KFUO Radio and encourage you to support us. Give today at kfuo.org/sharathon.“In the Beginning was the Truth” is a mini-series on Sharper Iron featuring a step-by-step walk through the book of Genesis, focusing on the truth of Jesus, the stor ...…
 
On Sharathon today, Rev. Jonathan Fisk and Rev. Dr. Kevin Golden join Andy Bates to talk about the mission of KFUO Radio and encourage you to support us. Give today at kfuo.org/sharathon.“In the Beginning was the Truth” is a mini-series on Sharper Iron featuring a step-by-step walk through the book of Genesis, focusing on the truth of Jesus, th ...…
 
Rev. Greg Truwe, pastor of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Cole Camp, Missouri, studies Genesis 19:12-24 on today’s episode. Rev. Truwe talks about faithfully carrying out judgment versus abdication of office, the personification of sin, our need for hearing the Law, our tendency to delay heeding the warnings of God, and the covenant of ...…
 
Rev. Sean Kilgo, pastor of the Northeast Kansas Partnership, studies Genesis 19:1-11 on today’s episode. Rev. Kilgo talks about the four sins that cry to heaven, the connection between the sins of Sodom and false teachers, how Lot tries to avoid sin by sinning, and how God preserves His people even amidst his judgment.“In the Beginning was the ...…
 
Rev. Peter Ill, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Millstadt, Illinois, studies Genesis 18:16-33 on today’s episode. Rev. Ill talks about who God is and how He reveals Himself, God’s faithfulness to His promises, living righteously by faith, the seriousness of sin, how God welcomes us to pray, and God’s patience.“In the Beginning was the Trut ...…
 
Rev. David Appold, pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Paducah, Kentucky, studies Genesis 18:1-15 on today’s episode. Rev. Appold talks about God’s promise to Abraham, who is visiting Abraham, the significance of the Lord eating with Abraham, why Sarah gets singled out, and why Sarah’s laughter gets memorialized in Isaac’s name.“In the Beginn ...…
 
Rev. Sean Daenzer, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Great Bend & Peace Lutheran Church in Barney, North Dakota, studies Genesis 17:15-27 on today’s episode. Rev. Daenzer talks about how Sarah is also blessed through Abraham, whether Abraham’s laughter is joy or doubt (or both), the everlasting covenant for Isaac’s offspring, and Ishmael’s g ...…
 
Rev. Zelwyn Heide, pastor of Redeemer Lutheran Church in Grassy Butte, North Dakota, studies Genesis 17:1-14 on today’s episode. Rev. Heide talks about El Shaddai and progressive revelation, walking in the new covenant, name changes, and circumcision on the 8th day.“In the Beginning was the Truth” is a mini-series on Sharper Iron featuring a st ...…
 
Rev. Stephen Preus, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Vinton, Iowa, studies Genesis 16:1-16 on today’s episode. Rev. Preus talks about the juxtaposition of God’s promise to Abram and Sarai’s barrenness, Sarai and Abram’s lack of faith in the promise, the fallout between Hagar and Sarai, and Hagar’s interaction with the Angel of the Lord.“In ...…
 
Rev. Adam Koontz, pastor of Mount Calvary Lutheran Church in Lititz, Pennsylvania, studies Genesis 15:7-21 on today’s episode. Rev. Koontz talks about why God makes a covenant and why blood has to be used, the relationship between faith and promise, why God uses deep sleep for delivering promises, and why God appears in fire and smoke.“In the B ...…
 
Rev. Samuel Wirgau, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Harrold & Trinity Lutheran Church in Iowa Park, Texas, studies Genesis 15:1-6 on today’s episode. Rev. Wirgau talks about why God tells Abram to fear not, how God’s promises are a shield for Abram, how we understand all of Abram’s children in light of the Christian church, and what St. P ...…
 
Rev. Gaven Mize, pastor of Augustana Lutheran Church in Hickory, North Carolina, studies Genesis 14:17-24 on today’s episode. Rev. Mize talks about our proper understanding of being at the same time saint and sinner, who Melchizedek king of Salem is, and the connection between the High Priest’s sacrifice and our Eucharistic practice.“In the Beg ...…
 
Rev. Jeremiah Johnson, pastor of Glory of Christ Lutheran Church in Plymouth, Minnesota, studies Genesis 14:1-16 on today’s episode. Rev. Johnson talks about the historical backdrop and structure of Abram and Lot, the case for divinely-ordained government, rescue versus vassalship, and suffering and salvation.“In the Beginning was the Truth” is ...…
 
Rev. Dr. John Bombaro, Director of Spiritual Fitness for the Chaplain of the Marine Corps’ Office at The Pentagon, studies Genesis 13:2-18 on today’s episode. Dr. Bombaro talks about Abram as the new Adam, Abram’s faith and doubts, the foreshadowing of Exodus, and the Suzerainty Covenant.“In the Beginning was the Truth” is a mini-series on Shar ...…
 
Rev. Brian Flamme, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Roswell, New Mexico, studies Genesis 12:10-13:1 on today’s episode. Rev. Flamme talks about the blessing of the promised land to Abram and what sustains him, whether Abram’s scheme with Sarai and the Pharoah was a sin, whether it’s ever permissible to lie, and whether Scripture ever comma ...…
 
Rev. Andrew Preus, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Guttenberg & St. Paul Lutheran Church in McGregor, Iowa, studies Genesis 12:1-9 on today’s episode. Rev. Preus talks about the faith of Abraham, how the world is blessed through Abraham’s seed, how God fulfills his promises to bless and curse, and the difference between the people of God a ...…
 
Rev. James Preus, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Ottumwa, Iowa, studies Genesis 11:10-32 on today’s episode. Rev. James Preus talks about fair warnings about genealogical speculation, discrepancy between genealogies, why the lineage of Jesus matters, and the lineage of the church.“In the Beginning was the Truth” is a mini-series on Sharpe ...…
 
Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller, pastor of Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora, Colorado, studies Genesis 11:1-9 on today’s episode. Rev. Wolfmueller talks about the true church versus the false church throughout time, the chronological context of this text, how culture has always been obsessed with technology, and how Pentecost is the reversal of Babel.“In ...…
 
Rev. Timothy Appel, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in Smithville, Texas, studies Genesis 10:1-32 on today’s episode. Rev. Appel talks about why we should care about this chapter full of names, the context of each of these family lines, and what this chapter shows us about humanity.“In the Beginning was the Truth” is a mini-series on Sharper Ir ...…
 
Rev. Zelwyn Heide, pastor of Redeemer Lutheran Church in Grassy Butte, North Dakota, studies Genesis 9:18-28 on today’s episode. Rev. Heide talks about the sins of he patriarchs and the mercies of God, keeping the 4th Commandment, the curse of Canaan, and the blessing of Shem.“In the Beginning was the Truth” is a mini-series on Sharper Iron fea ...…
 
Rev. Shawn Linnell, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Blair, Nebraska, studies Genesis 9:8-19 on today’s episode. Rev. Linnell talks about what a covenant means, what it means that God remembers His covenant, what other visible signs we have in our Christian lives, and where else we see rainbows in scripture.“In the Beginning was the Truth” ...…
 
Rev. Greg Truwe, pastor of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Cole Camp, Missouri, studies Genesis 8:20-9:7 on today’s episode. Rev. Truwe talks about the response to the Lord’s saving action, the covenant relationship with the Lord, the universal promise of the Lord, new beginning that comes through water, and the redemption found in Chris ...…
 
Rev. Sean Kilgo, pastor of the Northeast Kansas Partnership, studies Genesis 8:6-19 on today’s episode. Rev. Kilgo talks about how leaving the ark relates to the Resurrection, living only according to God’s Word, letting go of things God has called us away from, the relationship of the new creation to Baptism, and how God likes order and famili ...…
 
Rev. Peter Ill, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Millstadt, Illinois, studies Genesis 7:17-8:5 on today’s episode. Rev. Ill talks about the paradoxical flood of death and flood of life, 40 as the number of repentance, the undoing and redoing of all creation, and the connection of the Flood to Baptism, as we hear in Martin Luther’s Flood Pra ...…
 
Rev. Matthew Wietfeldt, Director of Admission and Director of Christ Academy with Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana, studies Genesis 7:1-16 on today’s episode. Rev. Wietfeldt talks about the New Testament’s use of Noah as a warning for evil times, all of the numbers in this text and why they matter, the Ark as a type of the ...…
 
Rev. Dr. Adam Filipek, pastor of Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Lidgerwood, North Dakota, studies Genesis 6:11-22 on today’s episode. Dr. Filipek talks about how the Flood is used as a reminder throughout scripture as a reminder of God’s judgment, how all the animals fit on the ark and how we have all the animals we have today, and the relation ...…
 
Rev. Sean Daenzer, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Great Bend & Peace Lutheran Church in Barney, North Dakota, studies Genesis 6:1-10 on today’s episode. Rev. Daenzer talks about who the Nephilim are and the legends involving them, the attractions of sinful nature versus what is God-pleasing, the limiting of man’s life, and previewing the ...…
 
Rev. Dustin Beck, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Corpus Christi, Texas, studies Genesis 4:25-5:32 on today’s episode. Rev. Beck talks about why Moses goes back to creation in chapter 5, why it seems people lived longer in those days, if it’s wise to track the timeline of generations, and what all these names mean.“In the Beginning was the ...…
 
Rev. Stephen Preus, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Vinton, Iowa, studies Genesis 4:17-24 on today’s episode. Rev. Preus talks about the early development of the sinful human race, the sons of Cain and the sons of God, who Cain’s wife would have been, Cain’s rejection of God’s curse, and omens in the genealogical names.“In the Beginning wa ...…
 
Rev. Luke Zimmerman, pastor of Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, studies Genesis 4:1-16 on today’s episode. Rev. Zimmerman talks about the names given to Adam and Eve’s children, how the effects of sinfulness begin to be seen in those children, the importance of our attitude towards God, and the character of Go ...…
 
Rev. Samuel Wirgau, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Harrold & Trinity Lutheran Church in Iowa Park, Texas, studies Genesis 3:20-24 on today’s episode. Rev. Wirgau talks about the importance of the name Eve, the significance of the clothing given to Adam and Eve, why Adam and Eve were forced from the Garden, and what might have happened to ...…
 
Rev. Bryan Wolfmueller, pastor of Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora, Colorado, studies Genesis 3:15-21 on today’s episode. Rev. Wolfmueller talks about the first Gospel (protoevangelium), battle of the sexes, the glory of womanhood, and the strange hunger for the curse. See Pastor Wolfmueller’s notes on verse 15 here. See Pastor Wolfmueller’s note ...…
 
Rev. Jeremiah Johnson, pastor of Glory of Christ Lutheran Church in Plymouth, Minnesota, studies Genesis 3:8-15 on today’s episode. Rev. Johnson talks about hiding from the voice of God in our sin, opportunities for confession and how we are clothed and cleaned, how Adam and Eve point their fingers to try to flee from their sin, and the curse o ...…
 
Rev. Dr. John Bombaro, Director of Spiritual Fitness for the Chaplain of the Marine Corps’ Office at The Pentagon, studies Genesis 3:1-7 on today’s episode. Dr. Bombaro talks about the “clothing” of righteousness, the talking snake, when the fall happened, and where Adam was in all of this.“In the Beginning was the Truth” is a mini-series on Sh ...…
 
Rev. Adam Koontz, pastor of Mount Calvary Lutheran Church in Lititz, Pennsylvania, studies Genesis 2:18-25 on today’s episode. Rev. Koontz talks about marriage as the natural form of life, the role of animals in human relationships, Eve as Adam’s helper, and the proper relationship between men and women.“In the Beginning was the Truth” is a min ...…
 
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