The gang is back to do a little discussion on Hosea 1:4-11. Turns out to be too much for one show, but we pack everything in from losing one’s salvation to arguing about the Mosaic Covenant. There is something for everyone.
It has been a while, but we are back with book reviews. Today we take a look at three different books about history. One bad, one okay, and one good. Take a listen.
We head to England for the new look Anglican church after the death of King Henry 8, and to see what effects the Augsburg Interim had on them.
We are called to pray for our church leaders. And during these strange times, church leaders need the prayers. If it is good enough for Paul, then it is good enough for us today.
The Lord’s Supper debate has consequences in Bern. Sulzer and his view vs. a new Haller and his view. Will Bern take the Consensus Tigurinus? And how this informs us in the practice of examining ministers today.
The trio is back together once again! And it is time to start a new book of the Bible. We are going to be exploring Hosea! Is it real or a parable? What is the point? Come and find out.
We take a closer look at the actual agreement in Tigurinus. And we stop to admire the differences between Bullinger and Calvin vs. Zwingli and Luther.
2 John gives us a glimpse into one of Satan’s favorite tricks: changing definitions. Love is in view. Love one another means something different today than it did then. Find out what John says it means on a quick Pilgrim Talk.
It is 1549 and Switzerland and the Reformed church is still racked with a problem about the Lord’s Supper. Enter Calvin and Bullinger to pull off what no one before them could do . . . a Reformed agreement on the Supper.
We talk to Rev. Matt Powell about what he is reading. We get the full gambit of books from theology to philosophy to fiction. Come listen and get some recommendations.