The Reformation Today, and Then

Talked about two relevant issues relating to Rome and the Reformation today, and used that as a springboard to start into a series I am going to do on the history of the Reformation.  I have a pretty interesting perspective on the topic for a number of reasons.  The first class I taught upon graduating from seminary was church history.  I had a great church history prof, and I have always wanted to make the topic interesting, relevant, and understandable.  Further, I have engaged in more debates with Roman Catholic apologists than anyone else I know, so I am pretty familiar with the issues they raise out this time period.  So I looked at the necessary backgrounds to the Reformation today, and will pick up with the Lollards the next time I get a chance to do a Dividing Line (next week, as I am in Dallas starting Thursday).

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Archbishop of Canterbury Can’t Answer Direct Questions, More on the I Am Sayings of Jesus

Snuck a quick DL in today, covering Justin Welby’s inability to answer a direct question on the nature of sin, and then spending most of our time continuing the discussion of the I Am sayings of Jesus in light of the comments of Craig Evans and Mike Licona.  Hope it is helpful!

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Horrible Arguments for the Roman Priesthood, Did Jesus Say the I Am Statements?

Started off covering a Catholic Answers article trying to find “clues” to the Roman priesthood in the Bible.  Then moved on to the main topic, that being the discussion of whether Jesus said the “I am” statements as per the Craig Evans/Bart Ehrman discussion, and Mike Licona’s commentary thereon last week.  Resulted in an in-depth discussion of inspiration especially in light of Ijaz Ahmad’s comments on the topic on Facebook.  100 minute long program today.

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Dealing With the Big Issues, Nabeel Qureshi, Truly Bad IFD, Thoughts from the Reformation Tour

Did our first live streamed DL in a while today, starting off, rather by necessity, with a discussion of tragedies and evils in light of the Las Vegas shooting.  Then we discussed Nabeel Qureshi’s homecoming and related issues.  Then we briefly mentioned a truly compromising “IFD,” and finished up with the Fritz Erbe story from the Wartburg Castle, along with a number of pictures from our Reformation Tour in Germany.

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Stability, Order, Foundations, Adiaphora, and a Bible-Based Trip Down Memory Lane

Had more streaming problems today (yes, we are considering outside interference, but for now, there really isn’t much we can do about it) so we recorded the program again.  Spent most of the time looking at Colossians 2:5-7 and what it means to be stable, grounded, disciplined, and what this means in our present context.  Then we took a little walk down memory lane using Bibles from my library, Bibles going all the way back to my first Bible, given to me on my seventh birthday.  I don’t know when we will have another program, not because of the net issues, but because I leave next Tuesday for Germany.  It is doubtful I will have time to do much over there, but you never know!

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