Geneva needs Calvin, but does Calvin need them? Will he go back? We all know the answer, but the lesson from it is important.
Monthly Archives: January 2020
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: James 4 and where does all this fighting come from?
Rev. Matt Powell joins to discuss James 4 as James teaches us where our strife comes from, and how we can deal with the problem.
Walking the Old Paths: Wives and more wives in England
The Reformation in England starts and stops, starts and stops. Almost as much as the King gets a new wife. Take a listen and see for yourself.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Quick Thoughts on John the Baptist and Andrew
Sorry for the lateness. Some times life gets busy and includes out of town guests. But here is a Pilgrim Talk Quick Thoughts on John the Baptist and Andrew from John 1.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Quick Thoughts – War in the Ordinary
Do you think of yourself as a member of the Lord’s Army, at war with sin and temptation every day? How do we view ourselves and how should we?
Walking the Old Paths – The Diet of Regensburg
Several more discussions for unity happen culminating in the Diet of Regensburg in 1541. We get see Bucer, Melanchthon, Luther, and meet a new player on the scene from Cologne. Take a walk with us.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: FINALLY THE GROUP HAS RETURNED TO JAMES
The Group returns to start the new year right. And we are still in James. James 3 to be exact, and the group talks about peace and righteousness and wisdom.
Walking the Old Paths: Responses, Agreements, and Meetings
The Reformation had not yet given up on reconciliation with the Roman Church, and this is the first of a few meetings that need to be mentioned. And surprise Bucer is involved.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Top Stories of 2019 Religiously Speaking
So one more loner Pilgrim Talk before the gang gets back together. And as the year ends, it seems like a good time to talk about stories of the year from a more religious perspective. May Christ bless you richly in the year to come.