ConcordCast: a daily audio broadcast of the Lutheran Confessions

concordcast logoAre you interested in learning more about what Lutherans believe, teach, and confess?

 

Do you find that you don’t have much time to read throughout the day?

 

Do you have an irrational fear of papercuts?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you may be interested in my new project. It’s called ConcordCast, and it’s a daily audio broadcast of the Lutheran Confessions. Together with a team of able-voiced contributors, I’m reading the Book of Concord out loud following a schedule of daily readings. No whistles, no bells, just the Book of Concord. Ah, minimalism…

ConcordCast airs every day in a short drive-time style podcast, and then again on Saturday afternoons with a recap of the week’s readings. The first week of Advent seemed to be an appropriately Christian time to start, so today (Sunday is the start of week three (here’s the schedule we’re following). If all goes according to plan, this project will run for a full year.

Our goal in all of this is simply to help you stay tuned to the sound pattern of words which is our unique inheritance as Lutherans: the Christian Book of Concord.

Listening options:

» ConcordCast.com

» iTunes

»Feedburner

…you can also keep tabs on this project via Twitter, Facebook, and Google Plus.

Interested in doing a reading? Please contact me via the form below:

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