1. The church does well to remind the world that God is unmasked, indeed, that God has unmasked himself in the person of Jesus.
  2. We asked Dr. Steven Paulson when the end of the world would be… He said it already happened and we missed it! But that’s Ok, Jesus invites you into it! Perk up your ears and give us listening to.
  3. Dr. Paulson and Caleb talk about Isaiah 45:15. ”Truly, you are a God who hides himself, I God of Israel, the Savior.”
  4. Steve Paulson and Caleb Keith talk about how reformed traditions handle the hidden God. The conversation also touches on the importance of preaching and the sacraments.
  5. The God whom I met without a preacher is neither revealing nor hiding—but now, with a preacher, he has become my hiding place!
  6. Steve Paulson introduces the doctrine of the hidden God. The conversation is followed by exploring Luther's dangerous idea of not just God hidden but God hiding.
  7. Why does suffering hurt so much? Craig and Troy explore the idea that God works through our suffering for the benefit of others and ourselves, but He does so without us seeing Him work. So what should our faith latch onto? Be sure to subscribe to this podcast and give us a great review on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts! Email us: ForYouRadio@1517.org
  8. Christmas is, therefore, the beginning of Christ’s earthly ministry, even while he awaits a number of years to gather his disciples and inaugurate his preaching of the kingdom.
  9. We might not appreciate that God chooses to save us by his word alone, but our discomfort doesn’t make the promise any less effective.
  10. Where Erasmus saw fear and collapse, Luther saw the never-ending comfort of Christ and his gospel.
  11. Terror and even hatred of God are the only things with which divine hiddenness can leave us.
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