Questions about Calvinist TULIPs, being called judgmental, variances in youth theology in the LCMS, when coffee might be a sin o.O , and how the Lord’s Supper works. Enjoy!
(A deep dive into Getting Things Done with a smattering of Everbook)
The third of four sessions delivered to the students contemplating seminary education at Christ Academy on the campus of Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, IN, during the summer of 2019.
Taking a break from dogmatic and exegetical theology, we spend on hour on the “practical,” digging into the often-overlooked first-article//fourth/seventh-commandments “natural” law of time, information and personal self-management. “For if someone does not know how to manage his own household, how will he care for God’s church?” (1 Tim 3:5.)
How dangerous is breathing? How safe is not paying attention? How virtuous is practical agnosticism? A question of First (Article) Importance.
Yeah. And I think I kind’a like it. Walk with me on the road as we talk about the virtues of both anger and insanity, and learn how to say “bull poopy!”
Safe for work, but you should probably wear headphones or else your cube-mates will think you’ve started drinking Khoolaid. Or, maybe, you’ll start to realize that’s what they’ve been doing all along……