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.
The gang records the first Pilgrim Talk of the year. Habakkuk 3 is examined. Discussing the relationship between wrath and salvation comes to the forefront.
Just a Quick Thought on an article published by World Magazine, Kisses of Regret, which blames Joshua Harris and I Kissed Dating Goodbye for causing people to go unmarried and for delaying the skills needed to get married. Ought we blame this book? Listen to find out.
Upon returning from Synod some thoughts about the beauty of being able to argue and find unity through it.
The Second Defenstration of Prague. The beginning of the 30 Years’ War. A quick overview.
Some quick thoughts about fear of God and coming before him in worship.