A little discussion about the Lord being at hand and how it can affect our lives, and how it can be overlooked.
Walking the Old Paths covers the ground of Geneva in 1533 as the Reformed Church gets off the ground. We follow the Reformed Church from a Hat Maker’s yard to a 400 man communion service in the Franciscan Church. Come see the lessons from a pre-Calvin Genevan Reformed Church.
As we walk through 1533, we come to France and the beginning of the career of John Calvin. So, we take a moment to catch up with John Calvin. Then we see the incident that makes Calvin a public figure and a fugitive.
A different Pilgrim Talk Podcast with Rev. Joe Vusich to discuss the issue of cremation. A bit longer than normal, but perhaps worth a listen.
An outsider’s (former member) view of the PCA GA and some of the things that happened. It is a little rough, but sometimes you have to call ’em like you see ’em.
Summer is a great time to read and to get through some book back logs. This episodes has a review of Broken Pieces and the God Who Mends Them by Simonetta Carr, a Zwingli bio, and The First Seven Ecumenical Councils by Davis.
Continuing our tour of the Reformation in the year 1533 we find our selves in England to meet the new Queen: Ann as well as the new archbishop, Thomas Cramner. The beginnings of the Anglican Reformation are set in motion and we examine those.
Since the gang is off on holidays, the Podcast takes a turn through the Southern Baptist Convention’s latest meeting and examines it in light of the responses from a new very negative culture.