The Book Review podcast returns with two books to review, and one website full of 18th and 19th century Presbyterian writings! I mean you know you want to listen now!
Not everything was going swimmingly for the Reformed. The attempts to start up a church in Locarno is a good example of both earthly failure and heavenly victory.
The Trumpet is set and the cry goes out. To whom does Israel turn? And to whom do we turn? Revs. Mosley and Powell join me in discussing the first verses of Hosea 8.
Revs. Mosley and Powell return to discuss the false repentance and the false ideas about God that Hosea exposes.
As we continue on, we find ourselves in the Kingdom of Hungary and how the Reformed church begins to take hold in that country.
Revs. Mosley and Powell join me in the oven as we look at Hosea bring the heat to Israel. What does this baker analogy mean and what does it have to do with us?
Rev. Powell joins me as we enter into the seventh chapter of Hosea. And we discuss what it means to be surrounded by falsehoods and wickedness. You are going to want to give this one a listen!
Taking a trip in the 1550’s into Poland to see how the Reformation is progressing in the Royal Kingdom of Poland. See what they have to teach us today.
Romans 6 and the Heidelberg Catechism join Rev. Johnson for a quick thought about the other benefits to the cross of Jesus Christ as we approach Good Friday 2021. How it helps us fight against sin everyday and free us from our sinful nature.
What happened to the Reformed Church in Germany after the Augsburg Interim? Why did it it not fail? A little quick look at some of those answers as we see the Lord work in His mysterious ways.