On this episode we look at Jonathan Edwards' ministry to the Stockbridge Mohican Indians—the area of Edwards' life and ministry which has been most neglected and misunderstood.
In this episode of Bede's Podcast the thinking of the fourth century monastic author Macarius on the Christian life and the necessity of the help of the Spirit in the battle against sin is discussed.
This second part on Macarius outlines his thinking on conversion and the beginner's struggle against sin through the power of the Spirit
In this episode of Bede's Podcast the thinking of the fourth century monastic author Macarius on the Christian life and the necessity of the help of the Spirit in the battle against sin is discussed. This first part introduces Macarius and looks at his view of humanity outside of Christ.
History has been very kind to Patrick by remembering him every year on March 17, St. Patrick's Day, and yet at the same time this historical memory has obscured the real man. He was not Irish, did not cast out all of the snakes from Ireland (later medieval legend) and certainly did not drink green beer (a modern way of celebrating St Patrick)! In this two-part episode we recall the real Patrick and his remarkable mission to Ireland through one of his genuine writings, his Confession, written just before his death around 460.
On this episode we discuss the up and coming webinar, "Reading Andrew Fuller."
First, the webinar will seek to provide the reader with an informed awareness of major aspects of this great theologian’s thinking. Second, Fuller’s God-centred thought and piety will be presented as a model for imitation. After an overview of Fuller’s life and times, this reading course will focus on Fuller’s theology and piety through a variety of texts from Fuller’s hand: sermons, circular letters that he wrote for the Northamptonshire Association, theological tracts, and personal letters.
We will meet every Monday and Thursday evening in June and July from 7:00–8:30 pm Eastern Time (via zoom)
To register for the webinar click here.
***There are only 15 spots available.
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