In our walk today we examine the letter of Zwingli to Emperor Charles V, better known as the Fidei Ratio. We see Zwingli expounding Christ to a man who was enthralled by the lies of the Roman Church, and we take a lesson from such an activity.
Sometimes when you walk, you stop and take in the scenery. We stop for a moment to take a closer look at the Confession of Four Cities, and what it teaches us about the early Reformation.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast finally gets back to James, but with only 2/3rds of the group. We explore the humiliation of the rich and the exaltation of the poor. Take a listen to see how that applies to us today.
Walking in Germany takes us to Speyer and then to Augsburg as we begin to follow the Lord’s Supper Controversy into Germany. This sets up the major things in the years to come in Strasbourg.
As the flu is still defeating our valiant heroes, we can still discuss some good commentaries on the Book of James. Including one surprising entrant on the list.
The Lord uses all kinds and as we turn to 1530 we get a good glimpse of that truth in looking at the Reformation with Henry VIII, Juan de Valdes, and Guillermo Farel. Three really different guys but mightily used by the same Lord.
Sickness takes down 2/3rds of the gang, but a quick podcast about James is still here! A look at hypocrisy and James.
This month we take a good look at Martin Bucer’s 1523 work about Christian Love, Jerome Zanchi’s famous work, Absolute Predestination, and humorist Will Cuppy’s “Rise and Fall of Just about Everyone”. Take a listen and maybe take a read.