1. While Katie finishes up some family stuff, Gretchen invites on Amy Mantravadi to talk about writing about the reformation.
  2. Attempting to escape the errors of medieval Catholic thinking, Agricola ended up making the same mistake of conflating law and gospel.
  3. Church historians attempt to determine why Melanchthon made those controversial decisions.
  4. Is It True, Or Is It Truly True? In this episode, we discuss election, true and false church, law, mercy, and why we can’t stop judging the Gospel as we read Philip Melanchthon’s 1541 commentary on Paul’s letter to the Romans.
  5. Love Amongst The Cling-Ons. In this episode, we discuss Philip Melanchthon’s Loci Communes, focusing our attention on justification, faith, love, and prayer.
  6. This is a Q&A for 1517 Publishing’s newest release, “How Melanchthon Helped Luther Discover the Gospel,” by Lowell C. Green. This release also marks the launch of our new Melanchthon Library.
  7. The way to salvation does not consist in works invented by men, but that which leads to God is believing and trusting in Him.
  8. Except for the Augsburg Confession, Melanchthon’s Loci communes of 1521 were the most important of his writings.
  9. Dr. Paulson and Caleb discuss Philip Melanchthon and the 1521 Loci Communes.
  10. Trusting in Christ’s promise of new life and deliverance powers our ability to view the world with perceptive sensitivity and, therefore, to treat others fairly in the way we think and the way we experience life.

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