1. In this episode we see the Levites stationed at the temple of the Lord, under the stars, singing praise to the Lord.
  2. The Chairman’s Intent. In this episode of Banned Books, we converse about the Gospel, ritual, and how and why God embodies his grace while reading John Kleinig’s article, Rituals and the Enactment of the Gospel.
  3. Simple Man. In this episode, we read G.K. Chesterton and discuss everything from simple living to the death and resurrection of Christ as the foundation of reality, the higher meaning of cups, and why a tomato is just a tomato.
  4. Spurred on by last week's conversation, Craig and Troy discuss how tradition is part of an entire philosophy of Christian worship and Christian living.
  5. In episode TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE, Wade, Mike, and Jason discuss theology as a practicus habitus (a practical aptitude or habitude or habit).
  6. It’s the Cross, Stupid. In this episode, we discuss how God makes a theologian of the cross, how the theology of glory infiltrates churches and their doctrine, and how the cross of Christ reveals the truth about human history.
  7. In episode TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY-TWO, Mike and Wade discuss Pentecost and Holy Trinity Sunday. What's the significance of these two days in the church year?
  8. Honey, Where Did This Thing Come From? In this episode, we discuss the Lord’s Supper, early church tradition, worship, and the question, “Where did this come from?” At the same time, we read Dr. Norman Nagel’s essay, “Medicine of Immortality and Antidote against Death.”
  9. Chad unpacks this call for all nations to make a joyful noise to the Lord. Izzi Ray sings "Under Your mercy".
  10. Distinct, But Not Divided. In this episode, we discuss the Christian doctrine of the two kingdoms and its consequences for the Christian life while reading James Nestigen's "The Two Kingdoms Distinction."
  11. Gretchen Ronnevik and Katie Koplin continue their conversation with historian Dan vanVoorhis about the history of revivals.
  12. Today on the show, we look at the Feast of the Innocents or Childermas.