Rev Powell and I discuss what James is telling us about the nature of faith and how it differs from the demons who believe.
Just catching up on how God has been working in Scotland with Patrick Hamilton and a few other martyrs who died for their faith in Jesus Christ.
Why is Rahab almost always referred to as “the Prostitute”? Why Matthew “The Tax Collector”? Is there anything we can glean from these words of Scripture? Of course there is.
We come to an embarrassing moment in the history of the Reformation, but one that needs to be remembered. It contains some good warnings for us today and a reminder about our sin and the greatness and unchangeableness of our Savior. So, we look at Philip of Hesse and his marrying two women.
A lonely podcast where we consider why people like Josiah are always tearing their garments. How does that relate to being sorry for your sins, and what am I supposed to learn from it?
The fall out from the Wittenberg Concord continues with the effort to have it passed in Switzerland. Bucer sows support in Bern and Basle and it culminates at a synod in 1538 in Zurich.
The team is not here today because of busy work weeks, but a quick Pilgrim Talk is now up and it is about leaving churches for desires other than sound doctrine. Timothy has something to say to us about that, and we need to hear it.
Three books in this weeks podcast. One old book on culture, but still worth a look. A book that dives into the digital media world and has some lessons for us. And one book on life in Geneva during the Reformation. Listen then go read.
Viret vs. Caroli. Calvin accused of Arianism! What is going on? You have to listen to find out for yourself.