Scott and Caleb Keith join Adam Francisco to discuss the life of C.S. Lewis and the docudrama The Most Reluctant Convert, which revolves around Lewis's life and conversion to Christianity.
Scott and Caleb get to the end of the Smalcald Articles.
The following several articles of Smalcald are concerned with the application of the Gospel.
Jim Nestingen and Steve Paulson join Caleb and Scott to discuss the Smalcald Articles.
Caleb and Scott read through the first several articles of the Smalcald Articles.
Caleb and Scott give a historical overview of the Smalcald articles.
John Hoyum joins Caleb Keith to answer some listener questions.
Caleb and Scott answer two listener questions.
Caleb and Scott take a break from the Book of Concord to address listener comments and questions.
On this episode, Caleb and Scott complete their comments on the Augsburg Confession and the Apology.
Caleb Keith is joined by John Hoyum to discuss articles 20 and 21 of the Augsburg Confession and Apology.
Caleb and Scott discuss free will, the fall into sin, and human reason.
Caleb and Scott talk about article 16 of the Augsburg Confession.
Scott and Caleb continue to talk about the Augsburg confession and the Apology.
The Augsburg Confession is clear; the aim or purpose of repentance is the application of Christ to the sinner.
Scott and Caleb continue with articles 7-9 of the Augsburg Confession.
Caleb and Scott discuss article four of the Apology to the Augsburg Confession.
Caleb and Scott read and discuss the first three articles of the Augsburg Confession and the Apology.
Scott and Caleb introduce the Augsburg Confession.
Caleb and Scott take listener questions about creation and apologetics.
Caleb is joined by Bob Hiller and Rod Rosenbladt to close out Luther’s Large Catechism.
Caleb is joined by Dr. Rod Rosenbladt and pastor Bob Hiller to talk about the Lord’s Prayer.
The Thinking Fellows Podcast celebrates the anniversary of the 1517 Podcast Network with a 30minutes and 40minutes crossover.
Philip Bartelt and John Hoyum join Caleb to read and discuss the Third Article of the Apostles' Creed.
Luther’s short sermon on the second article of the Apostles’ Creed is short but significant in its call that Christ and this article be constantly preached throughout the year.