A group of Reformed men and women fled from France to Strasbourg, from Strasbourg to Glastonbury, and later from there too, but while there they made a confession of faith that includes some interesting thoughts on the marks of a Church.
We take a brief break from Hosea to discuss preaching with Rev. Mosley. What does Scripture say about preaching?
Revs. Mosley and Powell join me again to dive into Hosea 3. The beauty of the gospel and the savior Jesus Christ pictured for us all. You are going to want to listen and read along.
Taking a quick stock of Lutheran gains by 1550 including the Icelandic Reformation. Yes, that Iceland. Hear about the bishop and his sons and how the gospel overcame them.
Sorry for missing some months, but you get it this month. Two books read and reviewed. One is a 2020 published book on Tombstone and the second is a book about the Reformer Pierre Viret.
Revs. Mosely and Powell join me to dive into the final verses of Hosea 2. Specifically we talk about the covenant made with the wandering wife or with us. Several questions and as always great answers. Give it a listen.
The Lausanne Academy sends five young men into France, and France kills them. A tale with a lesson.
What appears to be the first on this last half of Hosea 2, the gang discusses the great good news contained in the end of this chapter, and the beauty of “my husband” as opposed to “my Baal”. Dr. Mosely returns to discuss with Rev. Powell and myself. Enjoy.
There is an important academy in Switzerland that hires Theodore Beza in 1549, but it is not the one you are thinking about. This academy is not Geneva, but its forerunner in Lausanne.
This week Rev. Matt Powell and I discuss the opening of Hosea 2 and how God views sin. Not to mention what this means for us, and where this all fits into the gospel.