1. In that moment of greatest despair, we find the antidote for all our fears. We know we are beloved of God and there is salvation in Christ’s atoning death.
  2. In this episode, Dr. Paulson outlines two more attempts at defining God and containing evil.
  3. You are a child of God. You’re blameless, holy, perfect, and righteous. Don’t feel that way? Too bad. God is greater than your heart.
  4. Paulson continues the discussion about God in the dung.
  5. Can God enter somewhere where he should not be? Paulson looks at the assertion that if God gets too dirty or too near to sin, he is no longer God.
  6. God’s goodness spoke a promise of peace and mercy to the bewildered, a promise that rings out to this day.
  7. In this episode, Paulson explains how Luther continues to reach out to Erasmus with demonstrations from classical antiquity.
  8. “God in general” is of little use to all of us suffering the ravages of sin, the fear of death, and satanic prosecution.
  9. What do you do when the accusation of the law strikes?
  10. As Dr. Paulson works through chapter 6, he explains the difference between God lending out his power and proclaiming God's use of his power.
  11. Dr. Paulson and Caleb continue to outline Luther’s response to Erasmus.

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