On this episode, the Fellows have a conversation about historical methodology and why it is important for the practice of theology but also daily life. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.
The Thinking Fellows sit down with Dave Zahl to talk about his new book.
The Thinking Fellows record a live podcast every year at the Here We Still Stand conference.
Have you ever noticed that sometimes you can’t understand what a theologian is trying to say?
In this episode, the Thinking Fellows try to navigate the theological and philosophical problems of secular doomsaying.
On this episode, the Fellows address a listener’s question about what it means when somebody calls themselves Reformed.
How do you know you are truly repentant? Does your life have to be wrecked by some special sin before you know the Gospel?
The Thinking Fellows are joined by friends to have a conversation in a Hotel bar in Bergen Norway.
The Thinking Fellows are joined by Stephen Pietsch for a live recording in Bergen Norway.
On a rare episode featuring only Caleb Keith and Dr. Adam Francisco, the Thinking Fellows ask the questions: Is Islam a Christian heresy and can apologetics be comforting?
The Thinking Fellows ask the question, what is the Bible?
The historic creeds are brief summations of Scriptural truth. Their use has been to combat heresy by gifting the words of faith and crediting Christ alone for salvation.
Today’s episode includes questions about Erasmus of Rotterdam, the Lord’s Supper, and Prayer companions.
On the 489th anniversary of the Augsburg confession, the Fellows ask the question, does the Church still stand or fall on justification?
Returning to their topical format, the Thinking Fellows talk about stoic philosophy. The conversation flows from classical stoicism to modern proponents like Jordan Peterson.
Dan talks about the second half of the 20th century and how it has led to the current cloudy question of where Christianity is headed.
On this episode, Dan van Voorhis leads listeners through origins of fundamentalism and modernism in American Christianity.
The fellows discuss the differences between the first and second Great Awakenings as well as the impact of migration westward.
The Thinking Fellows are once again joined by Dr. Dan van Voorhis to discuss the history of Christianity in America. This time, they cover the context, characters, and development of the first great awakening.
Is America a Christian nation? To help answer that question, Dr. Dan van Voorhis looks at the background and context of the constitution of the United States.
As a part of new episodes on apologetic conversations, the Thinking Fellows revisit questions about epistemology. Instead of tackling the topic from a wholly academic standpoint, the show turns to practical examples about how and why it is important to…
The Fellows discuss the importance of knowing why you believe. As part of this discussion, the hosts share some stories and explain the personal impact apologetics had on their lives.
The series on the history of the Reformation comes to an end with a recap on the Formula of Concord and the beginnings of the Thirty Years War.
This episode of the Thinking Fellows focuses on the second generation of Lutheran reformers.
Between the years 1550 and 1560 the giants of the Reformation are dying. The Fellows discuss the political and theological turmoil that occurred as a result of the Smalcald war.