Host Pr. Tyrel Bramwell, Admission Counselor at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and author of the book Come in, We are Closed, talks about curious topics to excite the imagination, equip the mind, and comfort the soul with God’s ordering of the world in the Law and Gospel. Send him your questions on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter @tyrelbramwell, or at tyrelbramwell.com. You can find his videos at youtube.com/c/tyrelbramwell.
Pr. Sam Schuldheisz joins the show to discuss four practical ways to exercise the imagination.
Then (begins 22:22), Pr. Bramwell discusses how the bibliographical, internal evidence, and external evidence tests help us know whether or not we can trust what the New Testament says. How does the historical method answer the question of whether or not the New Testament is trustworthy?
(mp3, 54:20, 49.7 MB, 2021-Feb-15)
In the last episode, we discussed the Wittenberg theologians' (mainly Luther and Melanchthon) gradual shift on their theological stance regarding offering not just disobedience to the governing authorities, but also resistance, and if necessary, armed resistance. In this episode of The Gottesdienst Crowd, we take up part two of what is now a three-part series. Here we dive into the events that happen after Luther's death, focusing on the events surrounding the city of Magdeburg and The Magdeburg Confession.
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