TOPIC INDEXPractical Theology (31)
  1. Caleb is joined by two members of 1517's junior fellowship, John Hoyum and Philip Bartelt, to give a rundown of Lutheran worship.
  2. The Thinking Fellows talk about confirmation bias. Is there a benefit to regularly engaging with disagreeable ideas?
  3. Dr. Paulson explores Luther's rebuttal of the adage "Knowledge is Power."
  4. Following Augustine's proposition that prayer can lead to a cooperative relationship between God's will and man's, Paulson, the alternative prayer that Luther highlights with the petition "Thy will be done."
  5. The Thinking Fellows explore the reasons why students go to college.
  6. The Thinking Fellows make a case for reading old books.
  7. The culmination of our episodes on ontology and time is declaring that you are free to be.
  8. When sin comes out of the shadows and makes itself known, Christians can rest in and declare Christ's resurrection.
  9. This episode extends further into questions about certainty and evil. Dr. Paulson discusses the concept of "whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger."
  10. A Luther House of Study student Adam Guthmiller joins Caleb and Dr. Paulson to discuss Luther's assertions concerning the faith.

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