1. The Thinking Fellows discuss sanctification, a doctrine from which Lutherans and other Protestants differ significantly.
  2. This is a companion article to “Johann Spangenberg on Dying Well”
  3. Sure Shot. In this episode of Banned Books, we read Rod Rosenbladt’s essay, Christ Died for the Sins of Christians Too. We talk about theological mentors, the Reformation, law and Gospel, justification, sanctification, the Church, and where we find our comfort at all times, in all places.
  4. How’s your ticker?
  5. God has a hall ready for us, for us and for so many more
  6. Gretchen Ronnevik and Katie Koplin discuss today the issue of pain in childbirth, and whether or not taking pain medication during childbirth effects your sanctification, or your moral standing.
  7. Are accountability groups a good idea? The Thinking Fellows discuss the potential use of accountability groups in the church.
  8. Jesus purifies His own and ends their identification as unfit to appear in His presence or in front of other people as the person we identify as our true self.
  9. Preaching justification by faith should not exclude the truth of regeneration, as if justification were an altogether separate phenomenon that took place sometime before and regeneration taking place later.
  10. We are preparing for summer, and sharing our summer book club picks, and then talking about the conference on Galatians that 1517 just had in Arkansas. We talk a bit about the circumcision debate, our tendency toward legalism, and how we even often prefer using softer language than the Bible.
  11. Have you ever heard the illustration about the janitor in heaven? In this episode Gretchen Ronnevik and Katie Koplin what it means to "store up your treasures in heaven."
  12. Sometimes our resistence to forgiveness is that we are attempting to give Christ-less grace.

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