The gang returns to discuss putting up filthiness and becoming doers of the word. And they discuss the law of liberty and exactly what that means for the law to be one of liberty.
The tragedy of 1531 is used by God to turn it into the triumph of 1532. We see that begin with the tragedy of Wolfgang Capito and how he ends up in Bern for the Synod of Bern 1532 to deal with the problems that existed there. You don’t want to miss this marvelous work!
The gang is not here, so we turn to Calvin and we take another look at being slow to wrath and the Righteousness of God.
The critical year of 1531 continues to see tragedy in the Reformed church. Oecolampadius joins Zwingli in the church triumphant and Bern falls to pieces. See how God works in this time of trial.
The group tries to be quick to listen to each other and slow to speak, not to mention slow to anger. And the role of wrath and the danger of it in our lives is explored.
Since we are beginning to harvest the problems of this fad, we review Francis Chan’s “Crazy Love”, Idelman’s “Not a Fan”, and David Platt’s “Radical”. Take a listen.
It is time to cover the Second War of Kappel and the death of Ulrich Zwingli. We stop at this big moment and draw some conclusions . . . or maybe learn not to draw conclusions.