A little story about the Reformation in Orbe that introduces us to a new Reformer and the fateful year of 1531 that almost ends the Reformation gets underway.
This time on Bibliotheca Palatina we take a look at two new books. One on the Canons of Dort and one on the book of Revelation. We top it off with a religious look at WWI.
Sometimes when you walk, you stop and take in the scenery. We stop for a moment to take a closer look at the Confession of Four Cities, and what it teaches us about the early Reformation.
This month we take a good look at Martin Bucer’s 1523 work about Christian Love, Jerome Zanchi’s famous work, Absolute Predestination, and humorist Will Cuppy’s “Rise and Fall of Just about Everyone”. Take a listen and maybe take a read.
The dynamic duo returns to discuss the first few verses of James. Trials and hard times come to us all, and James gives us a new way to think.
The shockwaves from the Bern Disputation of 1528 as they affect the rest of Switzerland. The Reformation rolls on.
Welcome to a new monthly podcast where we go through some books and give them an overview, review, recommendations, or whatever comes to mind! Join us for these first three books.