Come on Home, My Love
A wee bit ago, I decided to write the saddest Irish ballad that has ever been written in the history of civilization. I succeeded. And as a St. Patrick’s Day gift, I now share it with you. This song was sung by the very talented young Miss Ryenne Bair. The pictures were created by giving…
10 for 10: English Lutheran Pastor Tapani Simojoki
Continuing our series of 10 interviews in honor of Lutheran Satire’s 10th anniversary, here is my conversation with Rev. Tapani Simojoki, a pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in England. We discuss the history of Lutherans in England, the challenges of secularism, and why the English insist on putting U’s in words that don’t have…
Mary Tells Us What She Knew
Yes, Mary pretty much knew all that stuff in “Mary, Did You Know.” But Mary knowing that stuff doesn’t make the song bad. But also Mary knowing that stuff not making the song bad doesn’t make the song good. Guys, the song is fine. Chill out.
St. Nick’s Happy Clappy Anti-Slappy Song
St. Nicholas loves you. But he’s very tired of the played out Arius jokes.
Donall and Conall and Dawkins 2
Our Irish amigos are back for another conversation with Richard Dawkins, atheist, evolutionary biologist, and world class rhetorician.
Frank the Hippie Pope Resigns
Frank has a big announcement to make! And the journalists are excited to get things wrong!
The History Channel Detectives
What REALLY happened when Jesus of Nazareth was born? What’s the TRUE story behind all the Christmas myths, legends, and fables? The History Channel Detectives are here to figure it out.
The Political “I Don’t Care” Song
So you’re on the internet and you’ve asserted that Christians’ political beliefs would make Jesus roll over in his grave? Before we debate that, there’s something else we should probably discuss first.
The LGBT “I Don’t Care” Song
So you’re on the internet and you’ve asserted that Christians aren’t being Christlike for opposing the New Sexual Orthodoxy? Before we debate that, there’s something else we should probably discuss first.
10 for 10: Comedian John Branyan
Continuing our series of 10 interviews in honor of Lutheran Satire’s 10th anniversary, here is my conversation with stand-up comedian John Branyan. We discuss a number of interesting topics: the similarities between being a pastor and a comic, the effects of wokeness on comedy, and the fatality rates of first time ski jumpers.
10 for 10: Todd Wilken
In honor of our 10th anniversary, Lutheran Satire is producing a series of ten interviews with various characters, theologians, and hooligans. In this episode, we interview Todd Wilken, host of the fantastic radio show/podcast Issues Etc.
Joseph and Son
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…
10 for 10: Donall and Conall
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.
It’s Christmas (Shut Up About COVID)
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.
Hallelujah (Is Not a Christmas Song)
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.
Video Church Date
Meeting new church members is hard. Let Video Church Date help! Don’t be weird, though.
WhaddaBout the Thief on the Cross
How can we say that baptism saves when the thief on the cross wasn’t baptized? Very easily. If you’ll just listen.
The Devil’s Kenneth Copeland Suit
Satan has a cool new suit for deceiving mankind and destroying his faith. Krampus isn’t convinced it’s going to work.
The Church History Mixtape Vol. 1: Worms
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 Ruins Christmas 2: Electric Switcheroo
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/