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The Thinking Fellows is a podcast that explores theology, history, and apologetics. Hosted by Caleb Keith and Drs. Rod Rosenbladt, Scott Keith, and Adam Francisco. Join these thinkers for a great conversation.
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In this episode, the Thinking Fellows try to navigate the theological and philosophical problems of secular doomsaying. The topics range from modern indulgences to preaching Law and Gospel to the secular world. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show. Show Notes: 1517 Podcasts Here We Still Stand Conference in Germany Seculosity
What’s a Guy to Do

What’s a Guy to Do

2019-10-0800:44:46

The Thinking Fellows talk about friendship, fatherhood, and masculinity. In particular, this episode is about the struggle and need for friendship in the Christian life. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show. Show Notes: 1517 Podcasts Being Dad Where Two or Three Are Gathered  
Reformed?

Reformed?

2019-10-0100:43:53

On this episode, the Fellows address a listener’s question about what it means when somebody calls themselves Reformed. The conversation leads to a little bit of history and systematics. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show. Show Notes: Support the Show Calvin’s Institutes  Heidelberg Catechism  Thinking Fellows on Facebook Thinking Fellows on Twitter Caleb on Twitter Adam on Twitter Scott on Facebook  
Repentance and Sin

Repentance and Sin

2019-09-2400:43:03

How do you know you are truly repentant? Does your life have to be wrecked by some special sin before you know the Gospel? The Thinking Fellows tackle two questions which are frequently used to cause doubt. These issues end up demonstrating the need for proclaiming the full force of the Law and the fullness of Christ and his Gospel. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.   Shoe Notes: Support the Show 1517 Podcast Network
What Good is Philosophy?

What Good is Philosophy?

2019-09-1700:43:12

The Thinking Fellows reflect on the benefits of studying philosophy. Scott and Adam discuss how 20 years ago, Rod introduced the two of them to reading and studying philosophy. The consensus of this conversation is that the benefit of philosophy is not formal knowledge but an introduction to critical thinking. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.   Show Notes: support the Show A Short Introduction To Philosophy  Why Believe Anything At All Thomas Nagel Introduction To Philosophy 
The Thinking Fellows are joined by friends to have a conversation in a Hotel bar in Bergen Norway. While the show covers many topics, the discussion centers on the importance of friendship and dialogue in the Christian life. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.   Show Notes: Support 1517 Where Two or Three are Gathered Tactics
Live from Bergen Norway

Live from Bergen Norway

2019-09-0300:42:281

The Thinking Fellows are joined by Stephen Pietsch for a live recording in Bergen Norway. Scott, Adam, And Rod gave lectures at the Lutheran  Study Days conference. We close the conference with a special episode of the show. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.
On a rare episode featuring only Caleb Keith and Dr. Adam Francisco, the Thinking Fellows ask the questions: Is Islam a Christian heresy and can apologetics be comforting? At the end of the episode, Dr. Francisco gives an update from the 1517 publishing house. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show. Show Notes: Support 1517 Banned Books: John of Damascus  HWSS Crucifying Religion  Let the Bird Fly!
The Bible

The Bible

2019-08-2000:40:352

The Thinking Fellows ask the question, what is the Bible? This conversation follows an episode on the historic creeds and how they are built from and relate to Christian Scripture. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.    Show Notes: Support the Thinking Fellows 1517 Podcasts Sensible Christianity  The New Testament Documents Are They Reliable History, Law, and Christianity 
Creeds and Confessions

Creeds and Confessions

2019-08-1300:40:46

As a lead up to Here We Still Stand 2019, the Thinking Fellows discuss the importance and use of creeds and confessions. The historic creeds are brief summations of Scriptural truth. Their use has been to combat heresy by gifting the words of faith and crediting Christ alone for salvation. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.  Show Notes: Support the Thinking Fellows Here We Still Stand (PNET19) Lutheran Study Days The Soul of Christianity Know the Creeds
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TJ 🌐

Thinking Fellows is the best Christian podcast I've found for people wanting to learn more about fundamental concepts in Christianity, as someone who is converting and not highly theologically literate. Though it is explicitly Lutheran, it's always clear to me when something is specifically about Lutheranism and how it may compare to other denominations. Well done - you're doing the Lord's work!

Feb 17th
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Frank

Great episode guys! One minor caveat, however, namely that Abelard represents exemplarist theories. Among references by Johnson (T&T Companion) that support that it is a false claim are Thomas Williams' Sin, Grace, and Redemption, and Philip Quinn's Abelard on Atonement. Anyone have a comment on this point? Thanks!

Jan 10th
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Robert Moore

Great podcast for anyone diving deeper into Christianity!!

Oct 10th
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Thomas Thorstad

Liked the discussion. Just small comment about half way through the volume suddenly dropped.

Apr 23rd
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