The Lutheran Course II

How does it work?

Each session starts with a meal, followed by a large-group DVD presentation and small-group time.

The Lutheran Course II DVD Sessions

Join youth-group director Bryan McInnis on his cross-country quest to explore how core Lutheran concepts connect to everyday life. He engages Lutheran experts and scholars, members of Lutheran congregations, and even people on the street in lively discussions that get at the kernel of the toughest Lutheran concepts.

Sense of humor required.

7 Sessions

  • “How to Tell the Difference between the Theology of the Cross and the Theology of Glory”
    Topic: How does God work?
    A conversation with Timothy J. Wengert, professor of Reformation History at The Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA
  • “How to Tell if Your Will Is in Bondage and What to Do about It”
    Topic: Why do we do things we know we shouldn’t do?
    A conversation with April Ulring Larson, Bishop, LaCrosse Area Synod in LaCrosse, WI
  • “How to Receive God’s Grace Daily”
    Topic: How are we saved?
    A conversation with Lawrence J. Clark, executive director, Lutheran Theological Center in Atlanta, GA
  • “How to Tell the Difference between a Sinner and a Saint”
    Topic: If we’re saved, why do we still sin?
    A conversation with Martha E. Stortz, professor of Historical Theology and Ethics, and Jane Strohl, associate professor of Church History at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary in Berkeley, CA
  • “How to Identify a ‘Neighbor’ and What This Means for Lutherans”
    Topic: If we’re saved, can we do whatever we want?
    A conversation with Peter T. Nash, visiting professor of Religion at Wartburg College in Waverly, IA
  • “How to Tell the Difference between the Kingdom on the Left and the Kingdom on the Right”
    Topic: Should Christians be involved in the world?
    A conversation with Stephen P. Bouman, Bishop, Metropolitan New York Synod in New York, NY
  • “How to Tell the Difference between a ‘Vocation’ and a ‘Vacation’”
    Topic: Can we make a difference in this world?
    A conversation with Mary Jane Haemig, associate professor of Church History at Luther Seminary in St. Paul, MN

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