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  • Common Places: Fred Sanders on the Triune God

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    Common Places: Fred Sanders on the Triune God

    Systematic theologian Dr. Fred Sanders speaks of his discovery of theology, then discusses the Trinity. How is Trinitarian theology an act of praise? What do the missions of the Son and Spirit reveal about God? In classical Trinitarianism, what is a “person”? This and more!     Highlights 2:10 Fred Sanders’ advice to prospective graduate students 4:40 Sanders’ journey […]

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  • Common Places: Aaron Denlinger on Being a Christian Historian

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    Common Places: Aaron Denlinger on Being a Christian Historian

    Dr. Aaron Denlinger joins the podcast and discusses some of the dangers surrounding a simplistic understanding of history and how his calling as a Christian historian compels him to be honest about heroes of history and the context of their lives.   Highlights   3:00-5:00 The dangers of a simplistic understanding of the Reformation. 5:00-10:00 […]

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  • “Plainly Diabolical”: Bishop Davenant Weighs in on Clerical Celibacy

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    “Plainly Diabolical”: Bishop Davenant Weighs in on Clerical Celibacy

    John Davenant, as Lady Margaret Professor of Theology at Cambridge, gave a lecture in the 1610’s defending the thesis that: “Thus, marrying in the Sacerdotal Order is lawful, and the decree for its prohibition in the Church of Rome is unlawful, anti-Christian, and plainly diabolical.” In this post, I want to highlight some of the more pertinent parts of Davenant’s lecture as they relate to the present problems facing the Roman Catholic Church.

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