1. Dirt Naps Are For The Living. In this episode, we wrap up our discussion of Robert Capon’s, The Foolishness of Preaching, focusing on preaching forgiveness, insisting that the dead reform their deadness, and the consequences of high anthropology.
  2. Your Guilt Is Misplaced. In this episode, we discuss Robert Capon’s book, The Foolishness of Preaching. We focus on Capon’s argument for why death and resurrection must be preached for a sermon to be rightly called a Christian sermon, for it to be a Gospel proclamation, and the consequences for preachers who avoid addressing sin, death, and forgiveness of sins.
  3. In today's episode of Preaching the Text we talk again about the distinction between law and gospel.
  4. Isn’t That A Daisy? In this episode, we discuss Friedrich Schleiermacher’s Good Friday sermon, focusing on preaching the cross, where to locate sin, what effect the law has on our external works, and why a proclaimer is necessary to get the Gospel.
  5. In this episode of Preaching the Text, we discuss the beatitudes – what Luther once described as the devil's favorite text of scripture to distort.
  6. Caleb Keith and Scott Keith join Steven Paulson and Ken Jones to remember their mentor Jim Nestingen.
  7. In this episode of Preaching the Text, we talk about Matthew's account of the beginning of Christ's ministry, especially his first sermon.
  8. Paul instructs Timothy on how to save both himself and his hearers. Craig and Troy feel momentary conviction over being irreverent and silly.
  9. In this episode of Preaching the Text, we explore John's ministry of pointing to Jesus, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.
  10. Run away from churches that don't proclaim Christ and Him crucified! (Oh, and Craig and Troy explain why you should.)
  11. In this episode of Preaching the Text, we discuss Christ's baptism by John in the Jordan River.
  12. This episode explores Matthew's account of the wise men visiting Herod having seen the star signaling the birth of Christ.

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