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Show #362: The Table Talk Radio Experience!

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Tired of the same old Table Talk Radio?
Then join us for the Table Talk Radio Experience!
It is remarkably like the old TTR just called an "experience" to make it sound less mediocre and hopefully more of a heart thing. On this edition we will dust off the game What's In Your Pastor's Library and find out if Pastor Wolfmueller has read more than 10 pages of any given book. Then we will answer some listener e-mail by playing the game Bible Bee. Find out what all the buzz is about and enjoy the experience!!

Show # 361: Food, God and Fatherhood - Ex Corde

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On this edition of Table Talk Radio we play what might be called “Laugh Again with Gaffigan” as we listen to an interview that comedian Jim Gaffigan gave on Context, a Canadian talk show and we discuss him talking about Food, God and Fatherhood. Then we play Name That Church Body and try to sneak in something new.

Show #360: Grappling With Antinomianism

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On this Edition of Table Talk Radio, after we play a few rounds of email inspired Bible Bee we introduce a new game called “You Might Be An Antinomian If” otherwise known as “How to Properly Distinguish Between Gospel and Gospel”. But wait, there is more. We also manage to play a little “Church Sign and Bumper Sticker Theology”

Show #359: Congregational Decline is Missionorific

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We planned for more segments but then ... We started with "How Biga Missionalist Are Ya" and that as they say was that. What are the signs that your congregation is in decline? Are youa legacy congregation? Answers to these questions and more on this edition of Table Talk Radio!

Show #358: The Lumpy Returns: Part Deux

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On this edition of TTR the Lumpy returns to finish translating some Evangelicalisms and mix up the show order. Thanks Lumpy! Once we recover from that we Put the Best Construction on a few things … Trust Us! … And finally we sneek in a little Book of Concord Bee.

Show #357: The Praise Song Cruncher Endures Forever

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Could the Hymns of the Church survive the Praise Song Cruncher?
On today's episode Pastors Wolfmueller and Goeglein respond to a listeners email by playing "Praise Song Cruncher". They run the sentence fragmenty, mystically Chris Tomlin song "Forever" through the Cruncher first and then they attempt to answer the listener question, "Could the Hymns of the Church survive a pass through the Praise Song Cruncher?" ... Finally, the same listener email inspires a quick game of Bible Bee. Is this good radio/podcasting, or what?

Show #356: Naming Bill Nye's Logical Fallacies

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QUESTION: What is more fun than listening to Mechanical Engineer Bill Nye The (Psuedo) Science Guy give reproductive advice? ANSWER: Listening to Pastor Wolfmueller Name the endless string of Logical Fallacies that come out of Bill Nye's mouth. Now that's mediocre radio at its best!

Show #355: Is There Wisdom In Grappling With The Text?

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On this episode of Table Talk Radio we spend time with a few of Pastor Wolfmueller’s favorite things – “Buzzwords and eMails and Kick Dog and Comfort Child; 10 Commandments in the News and then we’ll be done for a while.” All that after a shameless plug for Pastor Wolfmueller’s new podcast on Worldview Everlasting called “Grappling With The Text.”

Show #354: We Hold This Doctrine To Be Self Evident

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We hold this doctrine to be self-evident; that all men are born sinful and unclean. There is nothing like a rousing game of Table Talk Jeopardy to prove the mediocrity of Table Talk Radio. Then we play a quick game of Bumper Sticker Theology. Sometimes we just get on a roll!

Show #353: What is all the Buzz about the Papal Declarations?

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Buzzwords, Email, and Prayer, oh my! So, what is all the buzz about? Well, we actually play “Bible Bee” this week. Really. No foolin’! Then we play a new/old game, “Name the Papal Declaration” … or is it “The Pope Says Whaaaaat?” Either way it is just an excuse to talk about the Pope’s visit to the USA and discuss what the Pope says about himself.