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Syndication

Recording date: 2017-10-15

Continuation of Early Middle Ages. Topics include the "Rule of the Harlots", Monastic Reform, Vikings and the Crusades. Roughly 800 - 1100 AD.

Direct download: Reform05.mp3
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Recording date: 2017-10-08

Overview of the early Medieval church. Topics include Pope Gregory the Great, sacerdotalism, rise of Islam, continuing development of transubstantiation, and the birth of the Holy Roman Empire. Roughly 590 - 800 AD.

Direct download: Reform04.mp3
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Recording date: 2017-10-01

Thoughts on Constantine's impact on the church, then continued historical overview from Augustine to dawn of the Medieval church. Roughly 400 - 590 AD.

Direct download: Reform03.mp3
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Recording date: 2017-09-24

Discussion about the earliest record of the title "Pope" and the development of the doctrine of papal primacy. Followed by historical review from 300 - 410 AD.

Direct download: Reform02.mp3
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Recording date: 2017-09-17

Intro to topic. Historical review from pre-Christ to ±300AD

Direct download: Reform01.mp3
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This is part 10 in my current Sunday School class called “What is God Like?” (If you’d like to learn more about the series, check this post on our website.)

This week we wrap up our discussion of God's immutability, and move on to impassibility. What is impassibility, is it universally accepted, and what are the reasons given to accept or reject it.

The handout for this class is available here.

Direct download: Attributes_of_God_class10.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:06pm EDT

Christmas Myths, pt 5

The stories we think of when reflecting on Christmas are inspired more by folklore than they are history.

According to Ben Witherington, "The Christmas portions of the gospel are, perhaps, the most beloved, and the most belabored, texts in the New Testament. Like works of art that have been lacquered with coat after coat of varnish, the original stories are hardly visible anymore."

In our meeting (divided here into 5 parts), we explored which are true, which are false, and what we really know about the time around Jesus' birth.

Direct download: ChristmasMyths-5of5.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:13am EDT

Christmas Myths, pt 4

The stories we think of when reflecting on Christmas are inspired more by folklore than they are history.

According to Ben Witherington, "The Christmas portions of the gospel are, perhaps, the most beloved, and the most belabored, texts in the New Testament. Like works of art that have been lacquered with coat after coat of varnish, the original stories are hardly visible anymore."

In our meeting (divided here into 5 parts), we explored which are true, which are false, and what we really know about the time around Jesus' birth.

Direct download: ChristmasMyths-4of5.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:30am EDT

Christmas Myths, pt 3

The stories we think of when reflecting on Christmas are inspired more by folklore than they are history.

According to Ben Witherington, "The Christmas portions of the gospel are, perhaps, the most beloved, and the most belabored, texts in the New Testament. Like works of art that have been lacquered with coat after coat of varnish, the original stories are hardly visible anymore."

In our meeting (divided here into 5 parts), we explored which are true, which are false, and what we really know about the time around Jesus' birth.

Direct download: ChristmasMyths-3of6.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:08pm EDT

Christmas  Myths, pt 2

The stories we think of when reflecting on Christmas are inspired more by folklore than they are history.

According to Ben Witherington, "The Christmas portions of the gospel are, perhaps, the most beloved, and the most belabored, texts in the New Testament. Like works of art that have been lacquered with coat after coat of varnish, the original stories are hardly visible anymore."

In our meeting (divided here into 5 parts), we explored which are true, which are false, and what we really know about the time around Jesus' birth.

Direct download: ChristmasMyths-2of6.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:52pm EDT