1. Just like we end up walking in circles when lost with no navigation instruments, so does humankind outside of Christ. Nothing has changed since the Reformation. People still suck and God still loves.
  2. On this episode, the Fellows have a conversation about historical methodology and why it is important for the practice of theology but also daily life. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.
  3. The Thinking Fellows record a live podcast every year at the Here We Still Stand conference.
  4. The historic creeds are brief summations of Scriptural truth. Their use has been to combat heresy by gifting the words of faith and crediting Christ alone for salvation.
  5. Dan talks about the second half of the 20th century and how it has led to the current cloudy question of where Christianity is headed.
  6. On this episode, Dan van Voorhis leads listeners through origins of fundamentalism and modernism in American Christianity.
  7. The fellows discuss the differences between the first and second Great Awakenings as well as the impact of migration westward.
  8. The Thinking Fellows are once again joined by Dr. Dan van Voorhis to discuss the history of Christianity in America. This time, they cover the context, characters, and development of the first great awakening.
  9. Is America a Christian nation? To help answer that question, Dr. Dan van Voorhis looks at the background and context of the constitution of the United States.
  10. Dr. Dan van Voorhis leads a discussion on the history of Christianity in America. This episode focuses on the religious practices of American colonies and their lasting impact.
  11. This episode of the Thinking Fellows is about defining terms. Often, the fellows describe movements, doctrine, and even people as orthodox, historical, and reformational.
  12. The Thinking Fellows kick off 2018 with a final episode on defining various terms used throughout the show.
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