God in the Dung
Can God enter somewhere where he should not be? Paulson looks at the assertion that if God gets too dirty or too near to sin, he is no longer God.
The Cold Treatment
In this episode, Paulson uncovers the "cold treatment" for predestination sickness.
In this episode, Paulson identifies the worry that all religion tries to answer "Am I chosen by God?"
In this episode, Paulson helps listeners envision Luther's idea that the preacher is a "long-bowman" taking aim at the heart.
Erasmus and Sausage Making
In this episode, Paulson identifies Erasmus participating in a futile effort he calls sausage making.
The Arrow of Conviction
Dr. Paulson explores another violent metaphor from Luther, the arrow of conviction.
Given Up To Your Desires
Dr. Paulson continues his conversation on the painful awareness.
Knowledge is Power
Dr. Paulson explores Luther's rebuttal of the adage "Knowledge is Power."
Thy Will Be Done
Following Augustine's proposition that prayer can lead to a cooperative relationship between God's will and man's, Paulson, the alternative prayer that Luther highlights with the petition "Thy will be done."
The First Fruits of Your Resurrection
In this episode, Dr. Paulson proclaims the defeat of sin, death, and the devil.
Dr. Paulson takes a deep dive into the death of Christ and its purpose in God's redemption of sinners.
In this episode, Paulson discusses Peter Lombard.
Trying to Love The Law
Dr. Paulson discusses Augustine's turn toward a Law that does not accuse.
The Augustinian Imperfection
For the next several episodes, Dr. Paulson will focus on Augustine.
Free To Be
The culmination of our episodes on ontology and time is declaring that you are free to be.
The Parable of the Talents
Dr. Paulson details the difference between seeing time through the Law and seeing time through the Gospel using the parable of the talents.
Do You Have Enough Time?
In this episode, Dr. Paulson asks the question why does God give us time?
You Are Not What You Do
Dr. Paulson continues the conversation regarding ontology.
You Are What You Do
Dr. Paulson addresses the idea that your personhood is determined by what kind of actions you do.
In the last episode of Outlaw God, Dr. Paulson gave an overview of Judas and his betrayal of Jesus.
Dr. Paulson highlights the problem of necessity as it relates to the betrayal of Jesus.
Dr. Paulson and Caleb address the accusation that Luther is merely a nominalist.
Fear and Love
This episode deals with the problem of divine threats.
Romans Chapter 9
In this episode, Dr. Paulson examines the Apostle Paul's references to the Old Testament in Romans Chapter 9.
Fear of the Sausage
Dr. Paulson has one more Christmas story from Luther to share.