1. Today on the Christian History Almanac, we remember the Council of Nicaea (325) and its far-reaching effects on the history of the church.
  2. Preaching the Trinity as the God who gives of Himself for us will lead to a joyful confession of faith and true doxology.
  3. The CHA Weekend Edition Presents: I Believe, the Major Creeds and Confessions of the Church
  4. Anyone could tell he enjoyed teaching theology and loved his students.
  5. Dr. Paulson and Caleb discuss the first article of the Apostles Creed.
  6. Adiaphora is a theological term that means "indifference." It typically refers to practices that are neither commanded nor forbidden by God in Scripture.
  7. In this episode, the Thinking Fellows discuss the idea of orthodoxy. What does it mean to be orthodox or to have an orthodox faith?
  8. The celebration of Trinity Sunday–the only church festival specifically dedicated to a doctrine–reminds us of the necessity of confessing that the one God exists in three persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
  9. Walther’s living legacy is his enduring teaching on how to distinguish the law and the gospel in the Church’s proclamation.
  10. Dr. Phillip Cary joins Kelsi to discuss his newest book, The Nicene Creed: An Introduction.
  11. Even if the numbers are bad, the news about Jesus crucified for sinners and raised to new life hasn’t become any less good.

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