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Saturday, November 28, 2009

Mark Jeske, Church and Change Leader, Featured on LCMS Home Page

John Parlow, Mark Jeske, Paul Calvin Kelm, Dom Perignon Patterson

Mark is featured with Time of Grace on the home page of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. Has anyone heard of one denomination promoting the TV show of another one?

Catch "Time of Grace" on KFUO–AM

Tune in to KFUO–AM 850 or listen online each week as Pastor Jeske delivers a Bible–based message that provides the hope and truth of God's Word in down–to–earth "straight talk."

KFUO-AM airing a new show

KFUO-AM is now airing "Time of Grace," a weekly program featuring Pastor Mark Jeske, senior pastor at St. Marcus Lutheran Church in Milwaukee, Wis.

Each week, Pastor Jeske delivers a Bible-based message providing the hope and truth of God's Word in down-to-earth "straight talk."

Tune in at 11:30 a.m. on Saturdays to KFUO-AM 850 in St. Louis or listen wherever you are online at


GJ - Does anyone dispute now that Mark Jeske is joining the LCMS and taking his church and others with him?

I recall him discussing the amalgamation issue at Northwestern College. He was clearly on the side of closing the school, because the professors' attitude had been, "Don't let the door hit you on the way out."

Some people may say the same thing about Mark's exit, which has been covert and dishonest, just like his Church and Change groupies.

Mark is fifth generation WELS. He will never leave, but I see him featured on the LCMS site and not on the WELS site.

Several former WELS pastors are now Shrinkers in the LCMS, and they went to The Sausage Factory when he did. However, the key issue is the growing repudiation of Shrinkage by Enthusiasm in WELS. Kieschnick's Missouri embraces it. Shroeder's Wisconsin shrivels it.


TShinnick has left a new comment on your post "Mark Jeske, Church and Change Leader, Featured on ...":

So, the LC-MS has chosen to put him on their website. Why are we hating on him for that?


TShinnick has left a new comment on your post "Mark Jeske, Church and Change Leader, Featured on ...":

So, the LC-MS has chosen to put him on their website. Why are we hating on him for that? 

TShinnick has left a new comment on your post "Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi, Lex Vivendi - Recessiona...":

I fail to see how this post does anything besides slander the likes of Parlow, Jeske, Schroeder, Ski and the like. Perhaps you ought to write something constructive for anyone. Attempt it next time, please. I hope you quote this comment in such a post."

Tyler Shinnick

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Tyler Shinnick (Martin Luther) wrote on September 24, 2009 at 11:38pm
I have struggled for quite some time as to why we subscribe to the Athanasian Creed as part of our confessions. This concern is because of the damnatory clause at the end of the creed: "This is the true Christian faith. Whoever does not faithfully and firmly believe this cannot be saved." Certainly, one must believe in the triune God to be saved, but the Athanasian creed doesn't stop there. Included in the creed is, "filioque", saying that the Holy Spirit proceeded from the father "and the son".

Are you really comfortable saying that whoever doesn't believe that will spend eternity in hell? I'm not. Did Jesus explain that to the thief on the cross? That's a quite small point of scripture that has been debated and has led to the biggest divide in the history of the Christian church. Are we seriously confessing that the entire Eastern church is a non-Christian group destined for hell? Would a single pastor in our church body assert that?

Yet they've all confessed it. Why?


Brett Meyer has left a new comment on your post "Mark Jeske, Church and Change Leader, Featured on ...":

Tyler Shinnick's statements clearly show what's in the Synodical pipeline. The Confessional congregations deceive themselves if they think anything substantial was accomplished at the 2009 Convention. Shrinkers run the WELS education system. The MLC and WLC statements defending MLC homoerotic homecoming video are just another testament to the current condition of the WELS and a view to its future.


mjleyrer has left a new comment on your post "Mark Jeske, Church and Change Leader, Featured on ...":

Yeah heaven forbid a orhodox Lutheran get on TV and actually spread the Gospel.

I don't really understand why we're hating on the LCMS for featuring him on their website either...It's gotta have something to do with that spreading the Gospel thing right? Or maybe it's because he reaches certain people who can't get to church. That could be it. Yeah, you're totally right he should get off the air.

[GJ - See Mr. Leyrer's blog for a goldmine of misspelled words and grammatical errors, overshadowed by incoherence on a grand scale. MLC/WLC grad or student?]


mjleyrer has left a new comment on your post "Mark Jeske, Church and Change Leader, Featured on ...":

Oh come on. You guys are making Jeske sound like he's a freaking prophet of Baal or something. Calm Down.

I suppose we would rather have those people he's reaching with his TV show go over to the ELCA or maybe a baptist church.

Oh, and Jacko I left a special post on my blog just for you. Wink wink.


GJ - They need not attend a Babtist church when they have WELS pastors trained by Babtists. Jeske, Parlow, Kelm, First VP Huebner, Olson, Aderman, Witte, and Bruce Becker are the core of Shrinkage and false doctrine.