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ALR Episode 145 – Our Culture of Death

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin says we live in a culture that celebrates death and that contributes to mass shootings. The media laughed him off and missed his larger point. Lloyd discusses the culture we live in and changes we could make to deter or prevent mass shootings and ideas where…



ALR Episode 95 – Dr. John Edeen of DRGO

This week on Armed Lutheran Radio, Lloyd speaks to Dr. John Edeen, a practicing pediatric orthopaedic surgeon and the Membership Director of Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership (DRGO). Lloyd and Dr. Edeen discuss silencers, CDC research, and gun-free zones. Plus tips from Sgt. Bill and Mia Anstine.


ALR Episode 90 – Rick Ector: Man on Fire

Rick Ector was a family man. Good job. House on a corner lot. Didn’t drink. Didn’t party. Didn’t get into trouble. But one night trouble found him and changed his life forever. He describes himself as becoming a “man on fire,” soaking up knowledge about guns, gun rights, and gun…



ALR Episode 28 – The Changing Face of Hunting

This week on Armed Lutheran Radio we talk the Republican National Convention and the upcoming election, about setting goals, teaching new shooters, and we’re joined by only the third woman ever to appear on the cover of Field & Stream magazine. Mia Anstine is an armed Lutheran from Colorado and…


NSSF and GOA at Odds on Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act

I am a member of both the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and the Gun Owners of America (GOA), so I receive regular email from both organizations. This week I received dueling alerts from the two, arguing both for and against the Senate Bill S.2363, the “Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act of 2014.”