"What Drove Luther's Hammer" is a look behind the curtain of Martin Luther's reasons for reform. Dr. Rosenbladt reanimates his classic lecture as a conversation between two old friends.
On this episode, the Fellows talk about the center of Christianity. In Christ alone lies the hope of salvation! Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.
On this episode, we wrap up Calvin by answering some listener questions and comments. We also talk about the differences between Lutherans and Calvinists while bringing top notch resources to the show notes.
On this episode Dr. Keith talks about Melanchthon's later life and some of the controversies surrounding his work. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.
Dr. Jeff Mallinson once again joins the Thinking Fellows, this time for an episode on John Calvin. Calvin has been one of the most influential thinkers in Christian history.
On this episode, Dr. Francisco teaches us about John of Damascus, an early apologist. It especially fits this Good Friday as John defended, in particular, the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus.
One of the primary goals for our series on the Great Thinkers of the Christian Faith is to give broad coverage to thinkers outside of our Lutheran tradition. With that said, it is impossible to pass up Luther and his significance in Chruch History.
Once again the Thinking Fellows are joined by Dr. Dan Van Voorhis. This time we discuss our first American Christian Gresham Machen. Many Lutherans may be unaware of this Reformed Theologian.
Our subject is Johan Arndt who was a prominent Lutheran Pastor and author who lived between 1555 and 1621. To help the Fellows cover this controversial member of Christian History, Dr. Dan Van Voorhis joins the show! Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.