May 30, 2014

The Roman Catholic view and Lutheran view are similar in some ways, and not in others. The Roman Catholics believe in transubstantiation, which is the teaching that the bread and wine are transformed into Christ’s body and blood. Though the appearance and taste of bread and wine are there, they are no longer present. This is done using the philosophy of Aristotle. Aristotle made a distinction between substance and accidents. A “substance” is what a thing is. The “accidents” are… Read more

May 30, 2014

The Roman Catholic view and Lutheran view are similar in some ways, and not in others. The Roman Catholics believe in transubstantiation, which is the teaching that the bread and wine are transformed into Christ’s body and blood. Though the appearance and taste of bread and wine are there, they are no longer present. This is done using the philosophy of Aristotle. Aristotle made a distinction between substance and accidents. A “substance” is what a thing is. The “accidents” are… Read more

May 28, 2014

On today’s program I answered a listener question about limited atonement in the history of the church. I discussed the early church, the middle ages, and the Reformation. I made the argument that limited atonement is absent from the early and medieval church with the exception of Thomas Gottschalk. Read more

May 27, 2014

A response to the Gospel Coalition Read more

May 27, 2014

Here is the first of a long series of studies on Joseph Stump’s book “Bible Teachings” which is coming soon from Just and Sinner Publications. The audio is from Hope Lutheran Church in Brighton, IA. This first study discussed the nature of God and how God can be known. http://traffic.libsyn.com/proclaiminglawandgospel/Who_is_God.mp3 Read more

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