Heidelcast 221: Our Father (11): “Yours Is The Glory” (Plus Dr Clark Answers A Heideltext)

In this episode Dr Clark answers a Heideltext from Anonymous who writes, “Dr Clark, I have attempted to walk an associate through the PCA’s position paper against the Auburn Avenue heresy, specifically Doug Wilson’s brand thereof. How might I proceed if met with further resistance from this associate without breaking from him? Then the episode turns to the doxology attached to the Lord’s Prayer. We might first associate the word doxology with the song often sung at the close of public worship services but it is, in fact, two Greek words (δόξᾰ + λογία). That word, doxology, was taken over into medieval Latin and thence into English. When did it become attached to the Lord’s Prayer and why? Is it biblical? Should we pray it? Dr Clark answers those questions and more.

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