Blog: Podcasts


Episode 264 – Song of Songs 8 with Dr. German

What does it mean that “love is strong as death,” and why does the Song of Songs end on a note of anticipation?  Click here for Dr. German’s reflections on the last chapter of this fascinating book of God’s word to us.

Episode 263 – Song of Songs 6 with Dr. German

If chapter 5 of the Song of Songs was all about God being present with his people, why does chapter 6 begin by talking about God’s absence?  Click here for an answer to this and much more as Dr. German continues our study of this fascinating book of Scripture.

Episode 261 – 2 Samuel 10-11 with Dr. Saleska

David is victorious once again in chapter 10, but it all takes a turn for the worse in chapter 11. Click here for Dr. Saleska’s Christ-centered thoughts on this extremely pivotal era in the history of Israel and the life of David.

Episode 259 – 2 Samuel 8-9 with Dr. Saleska

How do the spread of David’s kingdom (chapter 8) and his kindness to Jonathan’s son Mephibosheth (chapter 9) foreshadow the person and work of Christ? Click here for more of our study of 2 Samuel with Dr. John Saleska, Director Emeritus of the Concordia Bible Institute.

Episode 257 – 2 Samuel 6-7 with Dr. Saleska

Why did Uzzah die when he touched the ark of the covenant, and how is Christ present in God’s promise to David? Click here for answers to these questions and more as Dr. Saleska walks us through another portion of God’s holy word.

Episode 252 – An Early Christian Hymn (Phil. 2:5-11) with Dr. German

What does some of the earliest Christian hymnody look like, and how did the Old Testament play a role in it?  Click here to find out as Dr. German tackles a question about a well-known passage from the book of Philippians.

Episode 251 – The Magnificat with Dr. German

Just how much of the Old Testament is in Mary’s song of praise? And what does it have to do with our lives now? Click here to listen as Dr. German addresses these questions and more in this latest episode of our “Christ in Every Word” podcasts.