Battle of the Soul – Dr. Michael Fieberkorn and Dr. Joel Biermann

“Tangible: Theology Learned and Lived” explores the ways in which theology permeates all aspects of life. Through conversations with the faculty of Concordia Seminary, we will challenge you to deepen your theology and live out your faith in Christ. We’ll talk with a variety of guests on a variety of topics – something different in every episode, but all pointing to the intersection of faith and daily life. It’s tangible: theology learned and lived.

Dr. Michael Fieberkorn’s new book Battle of the Soul: Luther Reforms Vice and Virtue explores our perception of sin and our role in developing virtue. “We don’t need to be afraid that we’re selling out our Lutheran faith tradition … the more seriously you take sin, the more seriously you need to take the reality that Christ said it is finished,” said Dr. Michael Fieberkorn

You can find more episodes of “Tangible: Theology Learned and Lived” on CSL Scholar and across all major podcast platforms. Check it out!

 

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