Mysticism

Show # 372: A Man and a Penguin Climb a Ladder! Oh Yeah, Prove It!

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On this edition of Table Talk Radio we will sink to new lows by discussing what it means to be a Bad Cow. My Karma Ran Over Your Dogma!

Then listener Peter sends us an email and asks Pastor Wolfmueller to Prove It when it comes to only pastors/elders administering the Lord's Supper.

Ever wonder Which Ladder will get you to Pureland? Yeah, neither did we! But a listener email will have us talking about it anyway.

In a 10 Commandments In The News segment we'll discuss how a man and his pet Penguin relate to the 7th Commandment. We'll also discuss whether or not a business is obligated to provide Muslim workers time to pray in their work day.

Finally, we continue our audition of potential co-host Pastor Warren Graff by playing another round of 10 Commandments In The News. He'll discuss the news that of a school in England instructing students to write an essay explaining to their families why they converted to Islam.

Let the mediocrity continue!

Show # 366: This Episode is on FIRE!! Mystically Speaking

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You'd better have a fire extinguisher handy because the Edition of Table Talk Radio is on FIRE!!
Join us as we answer some listener email by playing the Praise Song Cruncher 2.0. And as an added bonus you'll learn some of the steps for writing a successful Praise Song. Just remember Hallelujah rhymes with ... Hallelujah, and something in your song needs to be on FIRE!!!!! Sit back, relax (if you can) and enjoy some of the best mediocre radio on the internet.

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?