The gang is back to start up the second chapter of James. Want to know how we favor the rich today since we don’t have seats of honor, then this is your podcast!
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.