The Cave of Corycos
Quiet meditation in a dark cave, that's what Erasmus thinks will lead to a right relationship of faith in God.
Submission to the Law
As a continuation of the last episode, Dr. Paulson explains that the goal of Erasmus's skepticism is a calculated submission.
Paulson confronts Erasmus's propositions about remaining in unknowing.
The Doors of the Bondage of the Will
Dr. Paulson closes out chapter five of Luther's Outlaw God.
Law and Gospel
Dr. Paulson talks about the importance of distinguishing between Law and Gospel.
Dr. Paulson refutes the charge that Luther is the origin of an ever secularizing culture.
On this episode, Dr. Paulson addresses the critique that Luther unleashed a slide into meaninglessness on society.
The Limits of Freedom
In this episode, Paulson discusses the differences between humanist and scholastic dialoge on the limits of freedom.
Diatribe and Assertion
Dr. Paulson describes Luther's confidence when writing to Erasmus.
Mark Chapter 4
On this episode, Dr. Paulson talks about why theologians have to make distinctions.
Luther Begins to Preach the Bound Will
Dr. Paulson introduces chapter 5 of Luther's Outlaw God and what it means that Luther will try to "preach to Erasmus."
The Outlaw God in Three Volumes
Volume Three of Luther's Outlaw God is finally available for purchase.
Freedom and the Law
Caleb and Dr. Paulson wrap up their look at Aquinas and Luther on freedom.
Dr. Paulson ties up his outline of Aquinas on free will with a discussion of Romans 6:18.
Uncertainty and Freedom
Dr. Paulson and Caleb continue their conversation about free will and Thomas Aquinas.
Dr. Paulson and Caleb continue talking about Thomas Aquinas.
The Story of the Law
Dr. Paulson begins to introduce Thomas Aquinas and how he crafts a story of the Law. Dr. Paulson then talks about how myth, story, and life revolve around law.
Anselm and Freedom
Dr. Paulson outlines the issues with Anselm's propositions on free will. The show ends with a conversation about Christian freedom and service to neighbor.
Anselm and Concursus
On this episode, Dr. Paulson introduces Anselm's presentation of Concursus or the idea that human creatures cooperate with God and His will.
Dealing with the Accusation of the Law
What is the solution to the accusation of the Law?
The Human Creature and Faith
Dr. Paulson and Caleb take a further look at Erasmus and his Annotations of Romans 1:17. How do faith, faithfulness, and trust help us answer the question, what makes the human creature human?
Caleb and Dr. Paulson talk about Desiderius Erasmus.
From Heaven Above To Earth I Come
Dr. Paulson walks through Luther's Christmas Hymn, From Heaven Above To Earth I Come.