1. In a world—and even a church—full of distractions, thank God for Rod Rosenbladt. He pointed us to Jesus and Jesus alone.
  2. Caleb, Scott, and Adam discuss the idea of challenging and complex tasks.
  3. The Fellows revisit the doctrine of vocation.
  4. This is an excerpt from Adam Francisco’s conclusion in “The Freedom of the Christian” written by Martin Luther and translated and edited by Adam Francisco (1517 Publishing, 2020). Pgs. 57-59.
  5. The following is an excerpt from Adam Fransisco’s chapter in “Who Am I?” edited by Scott Ashmon (1517 Publishing, 2020).
  6. The episode ends with a conversation about how vocation and the service of neighbor works toward apologetics.
  7. The Thinking Fellows are joined by friends to have a conversation in a Hotel bar in Bergen Norway.
  8. Over the summer listeners sent in many important questions. Today the fellows answer questions about assurance and Lutheran history.
  9. On this episode, we follow Thinking Fellows tradition and record a special Father's Day episode.
  10. After spending two episodes dealing with the apparent tension between justification and good works we dedicate another installment to the doctrine of vocation.
  11. Father's Day is an important time of the year for the Thinking Fellows with the subject matter of Dr. Keith's book being fatherhood.

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