1. Today, on the Christian History Almanac, we remember the “Foreign Protestants” in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
  2. Today, on the Christian History Almanac, we remember George Matheson, the blind Scottish pastor famous for, among other things, a classic hymn.
  3. Strasbourg’s hymnals are especially relevant to American Lutherans because much of what we experience in our churches comes to us from Strasbourg.
  4. Today, on the Christian History Almanac, we remember Justus Jonas, Luther’s forgotten right-hand man.
  5. Today on the Christian History Almanac, we remember a major figure and publisher in 20th-century American Evangelicalism on his 76th birthday: Jim Wallis.
  6. Today, on the Christian History Almanac, we remember a beat poet and Dominican brother: William Everson, A.K.A. Brother Antoninus.
  7. Today, on the Christian History Almanac, we remember a curious Prince Archbishop at the end of the Holy Roman Empire and his connection to Mozart.
  8. While Katie finishes up some family stuff, Gretchen invites on Amy Mantravadi to talk about writing about the reformation.
  9. It’s Hip to Be Square. In this episode, we discuss the errors of high anthropology, the kingdom of God, theology of glory, theology of the world, realized eschatology, adding “isms” to Christianity, the necessity of the embodied Word of God, John’s gospel, Colossians, and real antinomianism while reading False Presence of the Kingdom by Jacques Ellul.
  10. Today, on the Christian History Almanac, we remember Watchman Nee and his “Local Church” Movement.
  11. Lutherans have a unique heritage that makes teaching predestination doubly difficult.
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