Matt and Anne discuss, again, the coronavirus and various ideas about taking Communion during a pandemic
Matt and Anne discuss, again, the coronavirus and church services in a pandemic and why cancelling services is not giving in to the fear of death or secularist worldviews.
Matt and Anne discuss the coronavirus, church services in a pandemic, what to read during a pandemic and how to survive social distancing. We also talk about the necessary assumptions to carry with you when you read the bible, namely…
Matt and Anne discuss the Vice President praying about the Coronavirus, hero stories in the Old Testament, why Protestants need to learn church history and read the fathers, and Lent.
Matt and Anne discuss marriage and gnosticism and going to the tape store.
Matt and Anne discuss the “packaging” of worship and why worship forms matter. They also discuss polyamory and the emergence of the “throuple”.
Matt and Anne discuss the President’s decree that all future federal buildings must be constructed using classical architectural forms rather than soviet brutalism. They also discuss John Piper and Paul Washer and what role your affections play justification and assurance.
Matt and Anne discuss the over-sexualized Superbowl halftime show and the Wellness movement.
In this podcast Anne is away this week so Matt took the opportunity to hijack the podcast to discuss the recent Anglican Primates meeting and the statement on marriage and civil partnerships released by the Church of England.