The gang couldn’t gather this week, but we hope to do so next week. But in an attempt not to deviate too much from the topic at hand, I give a quick recommendation or two about commentaries on Habakkuk.
Pilgrim Walk through History is changing its name to Walking the Old Paths. But we are still doing the same thing: going through the German Reformation.
Revs. Powell and Mosley return to discuss the next section of Habakkuk which is 1:5-11. Many theological issues receive treatment here like God’s sovereign control, the problem of evil, God’s wrath, and more.
We begin the Walk Through the German Reformed Reformation. Meet Thomas Wyttenbach and the seeds of the Reformation that he sowed in Basel. Plus feel free to give suggestions for the name of this podcast in the comments. 180801_002
Revs. Mosley and Powell join me again to walk through the first four verses of Habakkuk. We talk about all of this complaining and whether it is complaining or not. The journey through the book begins here!
Whatever the name of this ends up being, the podcast is explained in this episode and is the first of a new series traveling through the Reformation, focusing on the forgotten parts of the Reformation, the German Reformed parts, and drawing some modern day lessons. Join us weekly for this new series.
The group returns and starts a new topic. The gang is now going to go through the book of Habakkuk. We begin with the opening thoughts on the book. Join us as we begin traveling through this beautiful minor prophet.