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Welcome to Banned Books, where we read and converse with the rebel children, the holy mischief-makers of God, who fight against the kind of useless religious, spiritual, and moral methods of life improvement that seeks to smother the glory of God in Jesus Christ. We want to introduce you to those who forgot everything except Jesus Christ and him crucified. We all struggle with fear of being last, lost, least, littlest, and dead, and so we are here to encourage, challenge, provoke, and maybe even offend you by introducing you to theologians who at one time or another were banned by their church, declared dangerous, or simply vilified for daring to confess that Christ alone is the way, truth, and life. Welcome rebel children, holy mischief makers, and fools for Christ. This podcast is for you.
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An enthusiast came in here looking for you — real God and country-type. I don't know. Might further the plot. Gillespie and Riley read and discuss John of Damascus again this week. What’s an enthusiast? Why are footnotes important? How do Aphrodite, Arius, and a Nestorian monk lay the foundation for Islam? Text: St. John of Damascus’s Critique of Islam   Show Notes:  Preorder “Crucifying Religion” by Riley Donavon Riley on 1517, FB, and Instagram Episode #64 - John of Damascus - Critique of Islam Irishman in Braveheart Revelation 19:10 Life of Brian clip Bushido: The Soul of Japan — Questions? Comments? Show Ideas? Send them to us at BannedBooks@1517legacy.com. Please subscribe, rate, and review the show in Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/banned-books-podcast/id1370993639?mt=2. We’re proud to be part of 1517 Podcasts, a network of shows dedicated to delivering Christ-centered content through weekly, monthly, and seasonal audio platforms. Our podcasts cover a multitude of content, from Christian doctrine, apologetics, cultural engagement, and powerful preaching. Support the work of 1517 today. And as always, don't forget Gillespie's coffee for your caffeinated needs and especially the 1517 Reformation Roast
God’s prophet? Inconceivable! Gillespie and Riley read and discuss the work of John of Damascus which explains why Islam is a Christian heresy. Text: St. John of Damascus’s Critique of Islam Show Notes:  John of Damascus Josh MacDowell - More than a Carpenter — Questions? Comments? Show Ideas? Send them to us at BannedBooks@1517legacy.com. Please subscribe, rate, and review the show in Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/banned-books-podcast/id1370993639?mt=2. We’re proud to be part of 1517 Podcasts, a network of shows dedicated to delivering Christ-centered content through weekly, monthly, and seasonal audio platforms. Our podcasts cover a multitude of content, from Christian doctrine, apologetics, cultural engagement, and powerful preaching. Support the work of 1517 today. And as always, don't forget Gillespie's coffee for your caffeinated needs and especially the 1517 Reformation Roast
Gillespie and Riley conclude their discussion of hymnody with Chad Bird’s hymn, "The Infant Priest Was Holy Born." Again, they focus on pastoral care, comfort for Christians, and what happens when the church ignores the reality of sin, death, and Satan. Show Notes:  The Backstory of “The Infant Priest”: From a Student’s Meditation, to a Scrap of Paper, to a Communion Hymn Christ Hold Fast Facebook page Weeping Angels (Doctor Who) Thinking Fellows - Melanchthon’s Loci — Questions? Comments? Show Ideas? Send them to us at BannedBooks@1517legacy.com. Please subscribe, rate, and review the show in Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/banned-books-podcast/id1370993639?mt=2. We’re proud to be part of 1517 Podcasts, a network of shows dedicated to delivering Christ-centered content through weekly, monthly, and seasonal audio platforms. Our podcasts cover a multitude of content, from Christian doctrine, apologetics, cultural engagement, and powerful preaching. Support the work of 1517 today. And as always, don't forget Gillespie's coffee for your caffeinated needs and especially the 1517 Reformation Roast
Do You Have a Great Hymn This Week? Go Fish! This week, Gillespie and Riley discuss Thomas Chisholm’s poem turned hymn, Great is Thy Faithfulness. More discussion of hymnody, church music, and how what we sing can help or hinder pastoral care. Show Notes:  Banned Books #80 - “Amazing Grace”  Crucifying Religion - Donavon Riley Great Is Thy Faithfulness (Hymnary) Capon Series The Great Litany & History ER Clip — Questions? Comments? Show Ideas? Send them to us at BannedBooks@1517legacy.com. Please subscribe, rate, and review the show in Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/banned-books-podcast/id1370993639?mt=2. We’re proud to be part of 1517 Podcasts, a network of shows dedicated to delivering Christ-centered content through weekly, monthly, and seasonal audio platforms. Our podcasts cover a multitude of content, from Christian doctrine, apologetics, cultural engagement, and powerful preaching. Support the work of 1517 today. And as always, don't forget Gillespie's coffee for your caffeinated needs and especially the 1517 Reformation Roast
Jesus joins us in our weirdness. In this episode, Gillespie and Riley continue their discussion of how to judge a hymn with Joseph Scriverner’s classic hymn, "What a Friend We Have in Jesus." Show Notes:  Banned Books #80 - “Amazing Grace”  What a Friend We Have in Jesus What a Friend We Have in Jesus (Wikipedia) Spock’s Funeral — Questions? Comments? Show Ideas? Send them to us at BannedBooks@1517legacy.com. Please subscribe, rate, and review the show in Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/banned-books-podcast/id1370993639?mt=2. We’re proud to be part of 1517 Podcasts, a network of shows dedicated to delivering Christ-centered content through weekly, monthly, and seasonal audio platforms. Our podcasts cover a multitude of content, from Christian doctrine, apologetics, cultural engagement, and powerful preaching. Support the work of 1517 today. And as always, don't forget Gillespie's coffee for your caffeinated needs and especially the 1517 Reformation Roast
This week, Gillespie and Riley begin a four episode discussion on how to judge a hymn. In the first installment, they look at Amazing Grace and ask: "Is this a great, good, or bad hymn?" What makes a Christian hymn great? What should a church do with bad hymns? Show Notes:  Amazing Grace (Wikipedia) Amazing Grace: A Journey in Time and Faith Why Johnny Can't Sing Hymns: How Pop Culture Rewrote the Hymnal Faith Plus One - South Park Psalms Devotions - Christ Hold Fast Wedding March - Wagner — Questions? Comments? Show Ideas? Send them to us at BannedBooks@1517legacy.com. Please subscribe, rate, and review the show in Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/banned-books-podcast/id1370993639?mt=2. We’re proud to be part of 1517 Podcasts, a network of shows dedicated to delivering Christ-centered content through weekly, monthly, and seasonal audio platforms. Our podcasts cover a multitude of content, from Christian doctrine, apologetics, cultural engagement, and powerful preaching. Support the work of 1517 today. And as always, don't forget Gillespie's coffee for your caffeinated needs and especially the 1517 Reformation Roast  
This week, Gillespie and Riley go live, reading, discussing, and responding to your questions and comments about Bunyan's writing on law and grace. Text: The Doctrine of the Law and Grace Unfolded, John Bunyan Show Notes:  Banned Books LIVE American Gods Law and Gospel Lectures of CFW Walther — Questions? Comments? Show Ideas? Send them to us at BannedBooks@1517legacy.com. Please subscribe, rate, and review the show in Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/banned-books-podcast/id1370993639?mt=2. We’re proud to be part of 1517 Podcasts, a network of shows dedicated to delivering Christ-centered content through weekly, monthly, and seasonal audio platforms. Our podcasts cover a multitude of content, from Christian doctrine, apologetics, cultural engagement, and powerful preaching. Support the work of 1517 today. And as always, don't forget Gillespie's coffee for your caffeinated needs and especially the 1517 Reformation Roast
In this episode, Gillespie and Riley continue to read and discuss the Schwabach Articles. Baptism, the Lord’s Supper, Church, and all things churchy. Text: The Schwabach Articles, Sources and Contexts of The Book of Concord, trans. William R. Russel, p.83. Show Notes:  Banned Books #57 - Schwabach Articles, Part 1 Banned Books LIVE Blues Brothers SWAT scene Beatles “All Together Now” Banned Books #56 - Marburg Articles Sin and Confession on the Eve of the Protestant Reformation - Thomas Tentler — Questions? Comments? Show Ideas? Send them to us at BannedBooks@1517legacy.com. Please subscribe, rate, and review the show in Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/banned-books-podcast/id1370993639?mt=2. We’re proud to be part of 1517 Podcasts, a network of shows dedicated to delivering Christ-centered content through weekly, monthly, and seasonal audio platforms. Our podcasts cover a multitude of content, from Christian doctrine, apologetics, cultural engagement, and powerful preaching. Support us with a regular gift at 1517. And as always, don't forget Gillespie's coffee for your caffeinated needs and especially the 1517 Reformation Roast
In this episode, Gillespie and Riley read and discuss The Schwabach Articles. Sin, faith, lots of Holy Spirit, and why the Schwabach Articles are the roots of Lutheran, Reformed, and Protestant confessions of faith. Text: The Schwabach Articles, Sources and Contexts of The Book of Concord, trans. William R. Russel, p.83. Show Notes:  Banned Books LIVE Christendom - Capon Your Jesus Has Made You Well — Questions? Comments? Show Ideas? Send them to us at BannedBooks@1517legacy.com. Please subscribe, rate, and review the show in Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/banned-books-podcast/id1370993639?mt=2. We’re proud to be part of 1517 Podcasts, a network of shows dedicated to delivering Christ-centered content through weekly, monthly, and seasonal audio platforms. Our podcasts cover a multitude of content, from Christian doctrine, apologetics, cultural engagement, and powerful preaching. Support us with a regular gift at 1517. And as always, don't forget Gillespie's coffee for your caffeinated needs and especially the 1517 Reformation Roast
56: The Marburg Articles

56: The Marburg Articles

2019-05-0801:01:30

In this episode, Gillespie and Riley read and discuss the Marburg Theses. The Reformers, Luther and Zwingli (and their colleagues), sat down to try to find common theological ground. What resulted has influenced the Church to this day. Text: The Marburg Articles, Sources and Contexts of The Book of Concord, trans. William R. Russel, p.88.   Show Notes:  Banned Books #55 - Zwingli Banned Books LIVE — Questions? Comments? Show Ideas? Send them to us at BannedBooks@1517legacy.com. Please subscribe, rate, and review the show in Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/banned-books-podcast/id1370993639?mt=2. We’re proud to be part of 1517 Podcasts, a network of shows dedicated to delivering Christ-centered content through weekly, monthly, and seasonal audio platforms. Our podcasts cover a multitude of content, from Christian doctrine, apologetics, cultural engagement, and powerful preaching. Support us with a regular gift at 1517. And as always, don't forget Gillespie's coffee for your caffeinated needs and especially the 1517 Reformation Roast
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