This last podcast of 2018 looks back at some of the big stories for the church in this year. Many of which are reminders to pray and things to watch for in 2019.
Monthly Archives: December 2018
Walking the Old Paths: The Prophezei School in Zurich
In 1525 Ulrich Zwingli and the people of Grossmunster started a training school known as the Prophezei. It was something that the Reformation did as it moved. A quick look at the school and the lesson of the importance of teaching the next generation that endures for us today.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Habakkuk tells us to keep silent
The gang is all here and they are discussing the end of Habakkuk 2. We look into this final woe and what it means when all the earth keeps silence.
Walking the Old Paths: 1525 the Anabaptists!!!!
1525 did see the spread of the Anabaptist movement. Sometimes called the Radical Reformation, this group of people challenged the Reformation from the other side of the aisle. Its rejection of infant baptism is just a small part of their total overthrow of a Reformed idea of Sola Scriptura.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Habakkuk 2:15-17 Another Woe
Habakkuk gives another woe, this one about getting your neighbor drunk and uncovering his nakedness as well as the sentence that God will hand down for such behavior. How does this apply to us today? Take a listen and find out.
Walking the Old Paths: 1525 in Zurich setting a foundation of Reformation
Zurich may not have experienced much of the Peasant’s rebellion in 1525, but they did experience quite a few things in 1525. It was a year where the word of God was made available and schools set up. It was a year where the church and city council worked together to make sure the people lived out the gospel message of the Lord Jesus Christ. Take a listen and find out more.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Ruth as a lesson in God working
Ruth shows us a lot of things. One of those things is how God works the big things through the small things.
Walking the Old Paths: Brief look at the German Peasant’s Rebellion
We have a brief (and I mean brief) look at the German Peasant’s Rebellion and its impact on the German Reformation in 1525.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Wrestling with God or Doubt-Filled Believer?
Is Habakkuk a doubt-filled believer? Is that even possible? What about those “evangelicals” claiming to be wrestling with God today? Are they like Habakkuk?