1. This is our monthly book club episode, where we discuss "Giants in the Earth" by O.E. Rölvaag. This novel was originally written in Norwegian, and translated to English in the 1920s.
  2. Only by accurately and honestly reporting the views of those with whom we disagree can we then properly address and refute them. This is the approach Solberg has taken.
  3. In episode TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-THREE, Mike, Jason, and Wade discuss Michael’s new book (well, one of them), The Baptismal Life, recently released by Northwestern Publishing House. We hope you enjoy the episode!
  4. Our monthly book club has returned, and we are discussing Michelle DeRusha's book "Katharina and Martin Luther: the Radical Marriage of a Runaway Nun and a Renegade Monk."
  5. Old Testament Scholar and author Chad Bird rejoins Craig and Troy for a continuing discussion on Christ in the Old Testament. Today we look at a few specific examples and learn how to find Him there.
  6. Craig and Troy are joined by author and Old Testament Scholar Chad Bird. Together, they discuss how Christ is the key that unlocks all the treasures of the Old Testament to us.
  7. This is the first of our monthly BONUS episodes for our Freely Given book club. Gretchen Ronnevik and Katie Koplin are discussing the Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis this month.
  8. The more awareness we have that we are weak and low and frail and incapable of doing this thing called life, the more perfectly we are positioned to meet the God of grace.
  9. In episode TWO HUNDRED AND THREE, Mike, Wade, and Jason continue their discussion of Helmut Thielicke’s A Little Exercise for Young Theologians. The guys think the book is worth reading, not only for young theologians, but all theologians, laity and the ordained.
  10. We asked Chad Bird about what it means to wrestle with God. Later this summer, he's coming out with his book on Jacob: "Limping with God." Our discussion went from Jacob being renamed to "Israel" which means "wrestles with God" and how wrestling with God was a keyhole to the crucifixion.
  11. We get to hear about the parable of the sower in this episode, as we continue to talk to Daniel Emery Price and Erick Sorensen about their book "Scandalous Stories: a Sort of Commentary on the Parables."

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