Dr. Paulson talks about Luther's treatment of Isaiah 43.
Is Scripture Literature?
Viewing the Bible as literature is an essential and natural way of engaging the text. But there are also ways in which this practice can get lost.
A Different Kind of Catechism
The scope of catechesis from the Reformation was broad and included not only instruction at church but in the home and in schools.
Lutheran Language and Other Questions
Scott, Caleb, and Adam go through the most recent listener questions. The questions range from a request for further reading in apologetics to a critique of the Thinking Fellows use of Lutheran categories. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and…
Fasting, Natural Law, and Baptism
Caleb and Scott Keith answer a handful of listener-submitted questions. The questions range from requirements and prohibitions concerning fasting to finding a better podcasting app. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.
The Craft of Preaching
Scott and Caleb are joined by Bob Hiller to discuss the 1517 project, The Craft of Preaching. The conversation leads toward the importance of preaching and why the preacher should take his vocation seriously. Sit back, relax, grab a drink…
COVID-19 and a Time of Uncertainty
Is there, or should there be, a Christian response to COVID-19? I think the answer is yes, but not in the sense that Christians have a silver bullet or cure. Christianity and Christians do, however, have something to offer the world in an era of uncertainty. They have the sure promises of Christ.
Theology of the Cross: Luther's Heidelberg Disputation & Reflections on Its 28 Theses
The Theology of the Cross is one of the core elements of Martin Luther's theology. The development of this doctrine through the Heidelberg Disputation has been considered an essential element of Luther's breakthrough on justification, and crucial to his theological…