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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 great thinkers for meaningful conversations.
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The Thinking Fellows finish their six part series on Christianity in America led by Dan van Voorhis. Dan talks about the second half of the 20th century and how it has led to the current cloudy question of where Christianity is headed. Covered in this episode is the rise of evangelicals, religious nones, and the resurgence of high church worship. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.  Show Notes: Support the Thinking Fellows Christian History Almanac The Soul of Christianity  4 Things You Loose when You Leave Christianity   
On this episode, Dan van Voorhis leads listeners through origins of fundamentalism and modernism in American Christianity. Dan explains how the battle between these two groups was not just in fighting but was a matter of national news and had social consequences. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.  Show Notes: 1517 Podcast Network Here We Still Stand (PNET19) During the show, Dan talked about making outlines from this series available. Editing is not complete on those documents and they will be made available at a later date on the 1517 website.     
Dr. Dan van Voorhis is back to walk listeners through another segment of Christian history in America. The fellows discuss the differences between the first and second Great Awakenings as well as the impact of migration westward. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.  Show Notes: 1517 Podcast Network Here We Still Stand (Pnet19) Christian History Almanac 
The First Great Awakening

The First Great Awakening

2019-06-1800:39:191

The Thinking Fellows are once again joined by Dr. Dan van Voorhis to discuss the history of Christianity in America. This time, they cover the context, characters, and development of the first great awakening. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show. Show Notes: Support the show Christian History Almanac  Christian History issue 8  
Is America a Christian nation? To help answer that question, Dr. Dan van Voorhis looks at the background and context of the constitution of the United States. The rest of the fellows ask Dan questions and then discuss the difference between toleration and liberality. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.   Show Notes: Support this Podcast 1517 Podcast Network Here We Still Stand  code:(PNET19) The Constitution of the United States Founding Brothers  
Dr. Dan van Voorhis leads a discussion on the history of Christianity in America. This episode focuses on the religious practices of American colonies and their lasting impact. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show. Show Notes: Here We Still Stand Tickets  Code:(PNET19) Christian History Almanac A Model of Christian Charity Christianity the first 3000 Years The Founding Brothers Shaping of America
As a part of new episodes on apologetic conversations, the Thinking Fellows revisit questions about epistemology. Instead of tackling the topic from a wholly academic standpoint, the show turns to practical examples about how and why it is important to question why you believe something. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.  Show Notes: 1517 Podcasts Christian History Almanac  For You Radio Family Style Theology Why Should Anyone Believe Anything at All? Shop Class as Soul Craft
Knowing Why You Believe

Knowing Why You Believe

2019-05-2100:42:221

The Fellows discuss the importance of knowing why you believe. As part of this discussion, the hosts share some stories and explain the personal impact apologetics had on their lives. Sit back, relax, grab, a drink, and enjoy the show. Show Notes: 1517 Podcasts   Apologetics Academy Scott on Facebook Dr. Rosenbladt on Facebook Caleb on Twitter  
The series on the history of the Reformation comes to an end with a recap on the Formula of Concord and the beginnings of the Thirty Years War. Thank you to our listeners for supporting this endeavor, and we look forward to new topics this summer. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.   Show Notes: 1517 Podcasts Donate Origins of the Reformation
Today's episode of the Thinking Fellows focuses on the second generation of Lutheran reformers. This era in Lutheran history represents a struggle for peace and unity of doctrine. The primary fruit of those efforts was a confession named the Formula of Concord. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show. Show Notes 1517 Podcasts The Christian History Almanac 1517 Academy  TF Episode on the Formula of Concord
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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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