1. Today on the show, we tell the story of Paavo Ruotsalainen and Finnish Christianity.
  2. Today on the show, we tell the story of Guillaume Briçonnet, a man caught between stability and reform.
  3. Love Amongst The Cling-Ons. In this episode, we discuss Philip Melanchthon’s Loci Communes, focusing our attention on justification, faith, love, and prayer.
  4. In this episode, The Thinking Fellows address the idea that the Reformation is not worthy of celebration but is lamentable.
  5. The phrase “works of the law” has an antithesis when it comes to righteousness—faith. What keeping the Law could not do, the gift of faith does.
  6. In the Reformation, as in the tabernacle, God gave skill, artistry, and craftsmanship to put his Word in images so that through art, his Word would be revealed.
  7. Luther's September Testament not only shaped the reformers’ theology but also was as big an influence on the German language as Shakespeare was for English.
  8. The spirit indeed is willing and desires bodily death as a gentle sleep. It does not consider it to be death; it knows no such thing as death.
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