1. The Pirates of Penance part 2. In this episode, we continue to examine Girolamo Savaronola’s sermon on penance. What happened in Florence that occasioned this sermon, and what can it teach us about church and society today?
  2. The Pirates of Penance, part 1. In this episode, we look at pre-Reformation preaching. Girolamo Savaronola’s sermon on penance is read and discussed. What is penance, what effect did the sacrament of penance have on church and society, and what effect does it have on us at present?
  3. Gonna make it, Gonna make it, Not gonna make it, Not gonna make it, Not gonna make it! In this episode, distinguishing righteousness from righteousness, good works from justification.
  4. I Hope Our Ministry Makes The Cut. In this episode, the limits of the law, why we feel the need to limit the Gospel, and what happens when ministries diverge.
  5. Proper Skin Care is Important. In this episode, circumcision, the power of symbols, why not all sacraments are the same, and the lessons of history.
  6. Katie Perry Can’t Forgive Sins! In this episode, the power of symbols, nailing down why Jesus gave himself for our sin, and grotesque doodles.
  7. What’s The Harm in a Good Theory? In this episode, we discuss the problem with atonement theories, unleashing the Gospel, and the danger in speculating about God.
  8. This is Almost As Offensive as The Gospel. Gillespie and Riley read and discuss Martin Luther’s Galatians commentary. In this episode, Riley combines chocolate covered espresso beans with mushroom coffee, one of us offends everyone, and our quarantine fever takes over the conversation. It’s a wild, scattershot episode with tongue planted firmly in cheek. And the worst offenses are in the post-show.
  9. I Want to Believe... Gillespie and Riley continue to read and discuss Martin Luther’s Galatians commentary. In the episode, a deep dive into the 80s and 90s pop culture, piling up analogies, and what’s so unique about the Gospel.
  10. Run, Boy, Run! Gillespie and Riley continue their discussion on Martin Luther's Galatians commentary. In this episode, a lot of law talk, some entertaining analogies, and the sum of Christian wisdom.
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