Just a quick Historical Minute about the Lord’s Supper. Some except from Oswald Myconius and what he thought about Luther’s attacks upon the Reformed position on the Lord’s Supper. A nice picture into the important subjects that are contained in the Lord’s Supper debate.
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Pilgrim Podcast: Zell and Capito Historical Minute
Matthew Zell and Wolfgang Capito had a life changing exchange of letters. Capito knew the intellectual truth, but needed to be emotionally invested. And thanks be to God, he changed.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Historical Minute Preaching the Word
Just a brief reminder of all that has been rediscovered in the Reformation especially the word preached.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Historical Minute – Synod of Dort Opens
On November 13, 1618 the Synod of Dort opened, a truly Reformed Ecumenical Council.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Historical Minute – St. Bartholomew Day’s Massacre
Some thoughts about the Massacre of the French Reformed that happened August 24, 1572.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Historical Minute Martin Luther Diet of Worms
Submit yourselves to God. Martin Luther did it this day in 1521, let us follow that example today.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Historical Minute – St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre
Some thoughts on the anniversary of the Massacre of St. Bartholomew’s Day.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast Historical Minute: Henry of Navarre’s wedding
Some more thoughts from French Reformed Church History.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Historical Minute
The French Reformed Church:
Put not your trust in princes, nor in the son of man, in whom there is no help. – Psalm 146:3
Pilgrim Talk Podcast – Historical Minute
Remembering the Protestation of 1741 and one of the signers: John Thomson.