Episode #27: Year of the Burnt Monkey 

  
This week, it’s more Anime Firehose Round up with BBK/BRNK, Tabi Machi Late Show, Schwarzes Marken, Grimgar, ERASED, and more. We also talk about a movie that at first Matthew didn’t really want to watch, but it wound up winning him over. It’s called “Princess Iron Fan”, and its credited with being the first full length Chinese Animated Feature.
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About Henry Volk

Having been raised in a strong traditional Pentecostal home; I was reared to respect the Word of God and to Love Christ. However, in my study of the Scriptures and Church history I found contradictions between the Word of God and the pop trends of modern Christianity. This lead to my discovery of Confessional Lutheranism. Christianity desperately needs to rediscover the timeless truths of historic Christianity as taught by the Apostles, Church Fathers, and Early Reformers. Like in the days before the Protestant Reformation, Christianity today is infected with hordes of moneygrubbing charlatans who twist God’s Holy Word and teach dangerously false doctrines. The Apostle Peter warned us of these false prophets. He said, “…there will be false teachers among you, who will secretly bring in destructive heresies, even denying the Master who bought them…” (II Peter 2:1, ESV). In these perilous times we as God’s children desperately need the gift of discernment to be able to distinguish true and false doctrine. This discernment only comes through knowing God’s Word, rightly divided. - Henry Henry admins the Modern Marburg blog and is a contributor and co-admin of the Angel Repair Juice blog. Henry received his A. Min. from Faith Theological Seminary and Christian College and is a member of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.
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