What is Lutheran Satire?

Lutheran Satire is a project intended to teach the Lutheran faith through comedic videos, music, writings, industrial welding supplies, and other forms of media. Created in 2011, Lutheran Satire is currently the United States’ most popular satirical Lutheran multimedia project and is the United Arab Emirates’ third most popular satirical Lutheran multimedia project.

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Who is Lutheran Satire?

Hans Fiene, creator:

Born and raised in a Montanist monastery in the Moravian Maldives, Hans studied pulp and paper sciences at Llanfairpwllgwyngyll University and briefly worked as a rodeo mime before beginning his studies at the seminary. For his work with Lutheran Satire, Hans has been the recipient of numerous prestigious theological awards, including an honorary doctorate from Concordia University Hackensack, two Defender of the Faith titles from the Vatican, and the 2002 Butkus Award for best college linebacker. In addition to his work with Lutheran Satire, Hans is also pastor of River of Life Lutheran Church in Channahon, IL, a senior contributor to The Federalist, and a five-time gymkata world champion.

Hans Cartoon

Matt Carver, chief illustrator:

The fourteenth son of Wendish acrobats, Matt discovered his love of art after a promising career in the Ice Capades was cut short by turf toe. In addition to designing characters such as Donall and Conall, Matt is known to draw lots of spirally doodles whenever he’s on the phone with someone who won’t just get to the point. Matt is also an accomplished translator. While his most important work is widely regarded to be “Walther’s Hymnal: Church Hymnbook for the Evangelical Lutheran Congregations of the Unaltered Augsburg Confession,” Matt also did invaluable, yet uncredited, work on David Hasselhoff’s German biography “Hassel Nicht Der Hoff.”

Matt Carver Cartoon

Myrtle the Covetous Platypus, doctrinal review:

Myrtle is a semi-aquatic egg-laying mammal endemic to eastern Australia, including Tasmania. A 1998 graduate of Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, Myrtle oversaw the financial collapse of Pets.com in 2000 before bringing her skillset to the religious sector. Myrtle is the proud mother of 47 children, most of whom are named Blistex.