As we continue through the Small Catechism, Luther provides questions and answers about the Lord’s Supper.
The Thinking Fellows talk about Luther’s breakdown and examples of confession in the Small Catechism.
Scott and Caleb move into the Catechism's explanations of the Means of Grace. Starting with Baptism, Luther follows Scripture to explain how God's Word and promises are delivered to us through ordinary means like water.
Scott, Caleb, and Rod read and discuss the petitions of the Lord’s Prayer and Luther’s explanations.
Caleb, Scott, and Rod walk through the Apostles Creed and Luther’s explanations.
Scott and Caleb continue to walk through Luther’s Small Catechism. This time covering the 5th-10th commandments.
Caleb, Scott, and Rod discuss the the context and introduction to Luther’s Small Catechism.
Caleb and Scott begin the series on the Lutheran Confessions.
Caleb and Scott host a Christmas episode where they talk about Santa, magic, and Scott’s graying beard.
Scott, Caleb, and Dave Rufner discuss the place and purpose of Church seasons.
The Thinking Fellows talk about repentance.
On Giving Tuesday 2020 the Thinking Fellows discuss stewardship.
Scott and Caleb are joined by Paul Koch to talk about why conversations and attention to fatherhood and friendship is important.
Caleb, Scott, and Rod are joined by John Hoyum to talk about reaching out to Post-Christians.
Scott and Caleb are joined by Chad Bird to talk about his new book, Unveiling Mercy.
Caleb and Scott are joined by Dave Zahl to talk about the religious side of COVID.
The Fellows talk about good works their necessity and imputation.
Scott and Caleb are joined by Steve Paulson to talk about the Bondage of the Will.
During the Reformation, the gift of the gospel was often described as a promise. Caleb and Scott sit down with Steve Paulson to talk about what the promise is, and how it is received.
Scott and Caleb are joined by John Hoyum to talk about the Reformation shift on the doctrine of the Law.
Scott and Caleb are joined by John Hoyum to talk about how Luther and Melanchthon approached the doctrine of sin.
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Scott and Caleb are joined by Philip Bartelt to discuss Donatism.
Caleb, Scott, and Rod talk about distinguishing sanctification from justification. Rod talks about how the weak on sanctification phrase developed. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.
The regular hosts of the Thinking Fellows are back in the studio after a long time of phone-in episodes.