1. Now that the Lord of Sabaoth has involved himself, something ends, something is born.
  2. The experience of being a sinner and a saint.
  3. The goodness of God's grace is also offensive to our egos
  4. Faith sees your neighbor not as a means to an end, not as a way to score points, but as an object of love: Christ's love and yours.
  5. Craig and Troy work out the very nature of the Christian faith . . . but maybe it's not what you thought it was.
  6. While we wait in tribulation for our white robes (or pants) to be washed in the blood of the Lamb, we confess to one another our seen and unseen stains.
  7. Kelsi speaks with 1517 Senior Scholar in Residence, Dr. Steven Paulson, about the somewhat understated and yet essential Reformation idea that the Christian is simul iustus et peccator (simul), or simultaneously sinner and saint in this life.
  8. Dear hearers of the word of God, you are finished. You cannot be the same now. All that is ended, over.
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