Rev. JP Mosley returns and restoration of those who strayed is discussed. Amidst the many pastors who have grievously sinned, been defrocked, but return to start a new church, this discussion is one that is in the news today.
Monthly Archives: August 2019
Walking the Old Paths: Back to England and the Act of Supremecy
Another look at the Church of England to see the chaos or at least confusion that is occurring in the church under Henry VIII. Sometimes being against something is not enough, you have to be for something. 190823_003
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Apostasy yesterday, today, and tomorrow
With the dynamic duo off doing strange and dangerous things like camping, I am left to discuss what those who are left behind discuss . . . apostasy. In light of many recent events, it seems like a discussion worth going over.
Walking the Old Paths: 1534 First Basel Confession
Walking back to Switzerland to see the next confession and the confessionalization of the Reformed faith continue in Basel. A good time to talk a bit about confessions and their use and importance for us today.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: James 2:10-13 and breaking the whole law
Revs. Powell and Mosley return to discuss the idea of breaking the whole law and what that means. And the group hits a few side ideas along the way.
Walking the Old Paths: Jesuits enter the scene
Sometimes the big events are done by the Roman Catholics, and this is one of those times. The foundations of the Jesuits are laid right now by 7 men. Listen in to learn more.
Bibliotheca Palatina: A book review and yes even an article!
I know it is late, but I thought I had set it up to go. So here is the August book review, and maybe an article as well. I hope you enjoy.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: James 2:5-9 Rich vs. Poor
Yes, Revs. Powell and Mosley are back! And they are going to take on the rich vs. poor divide and what it means as well as what it does not mean. See what they think about a Christian worldview while you are at it.
Walking the Old Paths: 1534 and Duke Ulrich of Wurtemburg
Can the Reformed and Lutherans ever get along? Can a middle of the road approach work in bringing the Reformation to Wurtemburg? Don’t count on it.