Exploring the intersection of faith in Christ with our Second Amendment rights. Offering commentary, news, and reviews. Featuring weekly tips from trainers, master class shooters, and outdoorsmen (and women) plus interviews with Lutheran clergy and other pro-gun voices.
In this week's "Clinging to God & Guns" show, Lloyd and Pastor Bennett continue fisking an article from Patheos.com that is so chocked-full of stupid that it's going to require three full shows to dissect. The author, a United Methodist "pastor," says we're all going to hell for not supporting gun control.
There's so much stupid that we could not cover it all in one episode so tune in next week ...
In this week's "Clinging to God & Guns" show, Lloyd and Pastor Bennett get back to their roots by fisking an article from Patheos.com. The author, a United Methodist "pastor," says we're all going to hell for not supporting gun control. Lloyd and Pastor dissect this IQ-destroying article filled with bogus stats, self-righteous slander, logical fallacies, and a staggering level of ignorance.
This week we have a variety show that is lacking in variety. Sgt. Bill and Mia were unable to join us so Lloyd and Pastor Bennett hold down the fort with a little housekeeping, listener comments, and a pontification on civil disobedience and Romans 13.Segments
In a longer-than-usual episode, Lloyd and Pastor Bennett review President Biden-Harris' gun control executive orders and debunk a pile of misleading stats, obfuscations, and outright lies.
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Today in Part two of "Ask the Armed Lutherans" each cast member shares their own story of gun buyer's remorse. We answer the question "what's the one gun you wish you had never spent your own money on, and why?"Segments
If the purpose of background checks is to keep guns out of the hands of the wrong people, why shouldn't we support them? Lloyd and Pastor Bennett tackle the issue logically and theologically to help you better understand the consequences of new legislation and why they are bad ideas.Timestamps
Armed Lutheran Radio is back after a week off and in this week's variety show Mia shares more shooting tips for women, Sgt. Bill reviews Ben Stoeger's new book "Practical Shooting Training" and Pastor Bennett answers listener questions about concealed carry in church, the Christian concept of vocation, and government authority.Segments
In this week's variety show Mia shares shooting tips for women, Sgt. Bill talks about the disparities between your dry fire and live fire training, and we re-visit a classic Lenten message from Pastor Bennett.Segments
In this week's episode, Lloyd is digging into the mailbag to answer some long-overdue listener emails about President Biden, Trump's personality, Florida Man, Trump's support for the Second Amendment, and the Libertarian option in the 2020 election.Timestamps
This week we have our first "Ask the Armed Lutherans" variety show where the entire cast answers the question: "What was the first gun you learned to shoot with and the first gun you bought for yourself?" Mia, Lloyd, Bill, and John share their own first gun experiences, fun stories, and life lessons.Segments
Turns out, the majority of American Christians may not actually be Christians. They like their religion with a strong dose of personal opinion, politics, and a heaping helping of heresy. Lloyd and Pastor Bennett discuss the vexing question of why American Christian churches get involved in social justice issues like gun control by reviewing the results of the 2020 State of Theology Survey by Ligonier Ministries.Timestamps
In this week's variety show Mia answers questions about concealed carry for women, Pastor Bennett answers a question about love of neighbor, and Lloyd draws historical comparisons between Joe Biden's definition of "unity" and that of King James I of England in 1604.Segments
Lloyd and Pastor Bennett discuss the inauguration of Joe Biden and the ignominious end of the Trump administration, and how, as Christians, we should think about the days to come.
In the first variety show of 2021 Mia shares tips for choosing home defense guns, Sgt. Bill talks about prepping for a new season, and Pastor Bennett talks about jumping to conclusions.Segments
2020 was a bag of flaming excrement for most people. Unless you were an elected politician, you may have dealt with job and/or income losses, lockdowns, travel restrictions, and social isolation. Lloyd, Pastor Bennett, and Sgt. Bill close out 2020 by looking for silver linings as we kick off our sixth year with a live show. Recorded LIVE on Facebook and YouTube, January 10, 2021.Meet the Cast
A Christmas message based on the account of author Henry Williamson of the Christmas Truce on the Ypres salient in 1914. That account, published in the London Daily Express in 1937, reminds us that even during that deadly and bitter conflict, we are all God's children. Pray that we remember that fact in the midst of our modern day divisions.
Remixed and Remastered version of episode 201 released on Christmas Day 2019.Use thes...
In this special Christmas tradition, the cast, family, and friends of Armed Lutheran Radio present a remastered version of The Real Story of Christmas which first aired back in episode 101. Featuring the vocal talents of Sgts. Bill and Kat Silvia, Pastor John Bennett, Aaron and Stacey Israel, Jon Braaten, Reagan Bailey, Hank and Mia Anstine, Lea Legitt, and Rob Morse and Jennifer Roback-Morse.The New Armed Lutheran Book "Duty...
This week is the final variety show of 2020 as we share a classic motivation from Mia about concealed carry under your winter clothing, Sgt. Bill talks backup guns, and Pastor Bennett pontificates about the annual BS we hear about the pagan origins of Christmas.Segments
It's the penultimate edition of Armed Lutheran Radio for 2020 and our final Clinging to God and Guns show as Lloyd and Pastor Bennett dig into some Christmas-themed "Florida Man" stories to see what moral and self-defense lessons we can learn from Snoop Claus, Melvin the Vampire Slayer, and Jolly St. Lick.Timestamps
Today on Armed Lutheran Radio it's our fifth annual Christmas Wish List Episode with Christmas gift ideas from the entire cast.Segments
NOTE: All our gift ideas from past years can be found at htt...
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