ALR Episode 41 – Voting for Your Neighbor

On this week's episode of Armed Lutheran Radio we are joined by special guest Dr. Ken Schurb to discuss his Bible study “Called to Vote: A Christian Approach to Elections.” Sgt. Bill has tips for shooting the IDPA classifier, Mia has tips for mentoring new hunters, and Aaron Israel discusses the game of Poker as a metaphor for self-defense, Pastor Bennett and I dissect a gun-control prayer from a lesbian Episcopal priestess. Plus my final rant before the election.


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Links of Interest

Special Guest: Dr. Ken Schurb
Dr. Ken Schurb is the pastor at Zion Lutheran Church in Moberly, Missouri and he joins us to discuss his new Bible study “Called to Vote: A Christian's Approach to Elections.”

Voting for Your Neighbor
As Dr. Schurb points out in his Bible study (above), God doesn't need our vote. Our neighbors do. Lloyd shares who he's voting FOR in his final rant before the election.

Ballistic Minute with Sergeant Bill
Sgt. Bill brings us tips for improving your performance in the IDPA classifier.

Aaron Israel of Fundamental Defense
How is the game of Texas Hold ‘Em a metaphor for self-defense? Aaron Israel explains.

Mia's Motivations with Mia Anstine
Since the dawn of time, every hunter has had a mentor. Someone to take them hunting and show them the ropes. Mia discusses how to be a mentor for a new hunters.

Clinging to God and Guns
This week Lloyd and Pastor John Bennett take on a different kind of gun-control article. Instead of the usual opinion piece, this one is a prayer to God from a lesbian Episcopal priestess.

Prayer of the Week
O God, our Refuge and Strength, the Author of all godliness, be ready, we implore You, to hear the devout prayers of Your Church, especially in times of persecution, and grant that those things which we ask faithfully we may obtain effectually; through Jesus Christ, Your Son, our Lord who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Ghost, ever one God, world without end. Amen.

Our Closing Theme A rockin' rendition of A Mighty Fortress is Our God, performed just for Armed Lutheran Radio by Kenny Gates.