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Archives for October 2013

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Happy Reformation Day!

We commemorate Reformation Day on October 31, for on this day in 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses outlining corruption in the Church to the door of the Wittenberg Church, sparking the Protestant Reformation. The Reformation recovered and clarified the great doctrines of grace and purified the Church from error. ...

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Augustine & Original Sin

This is not just dry history. Salvation is at stake in a debate that took place over 1500 years ago. Listen to this podcast and rediscover the theology and piety of one of the most influential Church Fathers....

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How Should Christians Approach Works of Culture?

In approaching works of culture, we seek to think about and contemplate the world which God has created and all the good things in it which witness to His works of creation, providence, and redemption...

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Acceptable Worship

Scripture commands that we worship in a way that is acceptable. This podcast explains how worship is acceptable. ...

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Pastor Jared continues to make his way through the alphabet of theological words. This quick video defines the word canon. Why did only sixty-six books make it into our English Bible? This video explains why. ...

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The Authority of the Late Medieval Church

The late medieval church was held together by a papacy with absolute power. This old church reminds us to beware of any church government that places all authority in one man’s hands, no matter how brilliant or charismatic he may be. ...

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Why Did God Permit Evil?

The problem of evil is difficult to face, but God has permitted it for His glory. Because He is perfect, holy, and righteous, God has a good reason to allow evil - and this is shown most poignantly in His redemptive work in history....

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