Christians today need to realize that they live in a secular age.
Caleb, Scott, and Adam discuss World War I and World War II. How did these wars shape the society and culture we live in today?
Caleb, Scott, and Adam discuss the idea of challenging and complex tasks.
If you are excited to learn from the primary sources of the Reformation, what should you start reading and why?
Caleb and Adam talk about the utility and necessity of apologetics.
The Thinking Fellows are joined by Daniel Emery Price and Erick Sorenson to talk about reading the New Testament.
Caleb, Scott, and Adam are joined by Chad Bird to discuss why you should read the Old Testament.
Caleb is joined by two members of 1517's junior fellowship, John Hoyum and Philip Bartelt, to give a rundown of Lutheran worship.
The Thinking Fellows address the idea that it is good to have children.
The Thinking Fellows talk about confirmation bias. Is there a benefit to regularly engaging with disagreeable ideas?
Dr. Paulson explores another violent metaphor from Luther, the arrow of conviction.
The Thinking Fellows talk about the importance and relevance of studying history.
Dan Deen returns to do one more episode on why you should read and study philosophy.
What happens when the knowledge of the Law doesn't bring power?
Caleb and Scott are joined by Dr. Dan Deen to discuss the relevance of studying philosophy.
Caleb and Scott ask Adam questions about Islam.
The Fellows discuss the importance of the Reformation.
The Thinking Fellows revisit the doctrine of sin.
Happy Easter from the Thinking Fellows. This week, Scott, Adam, and Caleb talk about the centrality and reliability of the Ressurection of Jesus Christ.
The Thinking Fellows discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of social media.
The Thinking Fellows explore the reasons why students go to college.
The Thinking Fellows make a case for reading old books.
The Fellows revisit the doctrine of vocation.
The Thinking Fellows conclude their reading of The Abolition of Man by C.S. Lewis.
The Fellows discuss chapter two of The Abolition of Man.