Rev. Powell and I discuss the tricky idea of lying and can a Christian do it, is it always a sin, and whether or not JP is binge watching Netflix shows.
It is time to take a look at the Concord between the South German cities and Luther. This has been in the works for some time and is a major player in history for some time after this. What exactly was the Concord and who compromised what?
Our team is finally reassembled and we begin our discussion of James 2 and the relationship of faith and works, and how to reconcile James and Paul.
Still waiting for the gang, but here is a lead into our discussion on James 2. Proof that the debate about Justification and works did not end with the Reformation. We still need to study and understand it today.
As we continue on our road to the Wittenberg Concord, we stop by Basel to review the First Basel Confession. The importance of the Lord’s Supper is obvious as we examine that article in particular. 190911_002
Another week of waiting for the big James 2 discussion, but to tide us all over we have a discussion of Philippians 2. Jesus Christ the humble and how it should strike us.
On today’s episode we take a look at a new release “In Search of the Common Good” by Jake Meador and the latest season of 13 Reasons Why.
The Wittenberg Concord motivates a lot of stuff in the Reformation, so we need to take a moment to set the stage for this moment. Luther, the Swiss, Bucer, and the others are all here.
In an attempt to whet your appetite for the upcoming discussion on James 2, I lay out a few different takes and a few reasons why getting this right is important.