Parables in Matthew

Dr. David Scaer discusses the parables in Matthew and how they build upon one another.

Original Air Date: January 25, 2005

Parables in Matthew (mp3)

All These Things – Rev. Todd Wilken’s Sermon on Matthew 6:24 – 34

This isn’t a sermon review, it’s a sermon preached by Pastor Wilken on May 25, 2008 at Peace Lutheran Church. The text for the sermon is the Gospel reading, Matthew 6: 24 – 34.

All These Things (mp3)

Responding to Evangelical Proof Texts: Matthew 3:16

Rev. Steven Parks discusses the Evangelical use of Matthew 3:16 to support immersion as the proper form of baptism.

Matthew 3:16 -As soon as Jesus was baptized, he went up out of the water. At that moment heaven was opened, and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and lighting on him.

Guest: Rev. Steven Parks
Topic: Responding to Evangelical Proof Texts: Matthew 3:16
Original Air Date: February 7, 2008

Responding to Evangelical Proof Texts: Matthew 28:6 (mp3)

Note: Thanks to Nathan Beethe for editing this episode.

Responding to Evangelical Proof Texts: Matthew 28:6

Rev. Steven Parks discusses the Evangelical use of Matthew 28:6 to deny the real presence of Jesus Christ in the Lord’s Supper.

Matthew 28:6 – He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay.

Guest: Rev. Steven Parks
Topic: Responding to Evangelical Proof Texts: Matthew 28:6
Original Air Date: February 21, 2008

Responding to Evangelical Proof Texts: Matthew 28:6 (mp3)

Note: Thanks to Nathan Beethe for editing this episode.

Responding to Evangelical Proof Texts: Matthew 15:9

Rev. Steven Parks discusses the Evangelical use of Matthew 15:9 to condemn creeds, catechisms, and other confessions of faith.

Matthew 15:9 – They worship me in vain; their teachings are but rules taught by men.

Guest: Rev. Steven Parks
Topic: Responding to Evangelical Proof Texts: Matthew 15:9
Original Air Date: January 8, 2008

Responding to Evangelical Proof Texts: Matthew 15:9 (mp3)

Note: Thanks to Nathan Beethe for editing this episode.