1. The Thinking Fellows discuss the doctrine of man. What is humanity? What is human nature? What does it mean that man is sinful?
  2. What we do much less of, even in Christian circles, is recognize just how pervasive sin is, such that it has thoroughly corrupted us.
  3. What is original sin? Who is responsible for it?
  4. This is an excerpt is from Chapter 1 of Let the Bird Fly: Life in a World Given Back to Us written by Wade Johnston (1517 Publishing, 2019).
  5. We may not all be mass-murdering Nazis. But we all have the same root sin that causes the most egregious criminal activity on the face of the earth. We all have the desire to be our own God.
  6. What might Christians of the Reformation tradition think of claims like these about the nature of salvation?
  7. And We Are Live! In this episode, we go live for Holy Week and answer listeners' questions: election, repentance, the church, law and gospel, and on and on we go.
  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 this episode Chad shows us that the problem of sin starts long before we are born, and the consequences are devastating.
  10. This is an excerpt from “All Charges Dropped! Devotional Narratives from Earthly Courtrooms to the Throne of Grace,” written by Haroldo Camacho (1517 Publishing, 2022).
  11. At the heart of The Idiot is Dostoevsky's confession of faith and the confession of all Christians.
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