Luther's Commentary on Galatians

The Reformation ignited by Martin Luther in 1517 was radical, simply because it was a return. A return to to the heart of God’s message of salvation through the free gift of justification found in in His Son, Jesus Christ. Martin Luther's Commentary on Galatians drives home the central point of Christianity: That the death of Christ saves. By approaching…

God Breathed

Before Christians begin defending God's Word it is important to understand what it means for Scripture to be God's. On this episode, the Fellows talk about the inspiration of Scripture and how it applies to apologetics. Sit back, relax, grab…

Vocation

On episode 27 the Thinking Fellows cover the last regularly scheduled Loci topic, vocation. While most systematics end with Eschatology, the Fellows go a different route. Vocation is where the theological rubber meets the road. Sit back, relax, grab a…

Eschatology

Eschatology is the study of the last things or end times. It is one of the most talked about and sensationalized topics in modern evangelical Christianity. On this Episode, the Fellows are joined by Dr. Dan van Voorhis as they…