Because this is my channel, I can do serious videos if I want to. And I want to. So, in honor of the Feast of St. Joseph, here is “Joseph and Son,” a song I wrote imagining Joseph’s dying words to Jesus. A very big “thank you” to all the artists who created pieces for…
In honor of our 10th anniversary, Lutheran Satire will be producing a series of ten interviews with various characters, theologians, and hooligans. First up is Lutheran Satire creator Hans Fiene’s interview with fan favorites, Donall and Conall.
Please stop talking about it. We know it’s still going on. We know what to do. Please stop. STOP STOP STOP STOP STOP STOP STOP STOP STOP. Please. Thank you.
It’s not a Christmas song. Please stop it. Please. Please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please stop. You’re making me sad.
Meeting new church members is hard. Let Video Church Date help! Don’t be weird, though.
How can we say that baptism saves when the thief on the cross wasn’t baptized? Very easily. If you’ll just listen.
Satan has a cool new suit for deceiving mankind and destroying his faith. Krampus isn’t convinced it’s going to work.
After Pope Leo X excommunicated, Martin Luther stood before Holy Roman Emperor Charles V who urged him to stop being right and cool and amazing. Here’s that story in song format–with notes and instruments and jokes and stuff.
Horus didn’t take that left turn at Albuquerque and now he can’t find any Christian faith to destroy. Check out Jen’s Siukola’s album: https://www.amazon.com/Lighthouse-Reverie-Jen-Siukola/dp/B072N1N44P https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/jensiukola Also check out Pastor Weedon’s podcast: https://thewordendures.org/
Swimming couldn’t make Tyler as cool as he wanted. This is clearly swimming’s fault and definitely not Tyler’s.
Hell’s most respected journalists have a few questions for Satan after his crushing loss to Jesus on Easter Sunday.
Mr. Thompson and the Vicar are terribly troubled that nary a one of their new neighbors is joining them for holy worship. But fear not! They’ve got a brilliant plan for revitalizing their ministry.
Here’s the story of Saint Patrick put to music. All of it’s true. Even the, uh, well, you’ll see.
Tired of those confusing Nativity Sets that don’t tell you who the people are or what they’re doing? Get yourself a Nativitalk today!
Mr. Eastwood doesn’t much care for your vague, sappy, and repetitious worship music.
In which Donall and Conall shout Greek grammar facts at the JWs after said JWs assert that Jesus isn’t divine. Hey guys, go to the Issues, Etc. “Making the Case” conference in Dallas, Texas on November 9 and 10. Here’s a link: http://issuesetc.org/2018conference/
Charles Taze Russell and Joseph Franklin Rutherford are insisting that you must call God by the name “Jehovah.” Donall and Conall have some questions.
Frank has a very bold yet very practical plan for achieving world peace.
What do you do when you can’t git rid of all the filth inside you? Let Bill the Unitarian Proctologist help. Sort of.
Continuing their discussion of justification, our two friends discuss Romans 3 and why Luther added that pesky word “alone” to his translation. Well, Marty discusses it. Frank does annoying stuff.