Heidelcast: Sin, Salvation, & Service: The Threefold Truth Of Romans (8)

In this episode Dr Clark looks at Romans 2:17–24 in light of last week’s discussion of the New Perspective on Paul and the problem of the relations between Jewish and Gentile Christians in the first-century church. He answers a Heideltext from R, who is being pressed by a Baptist friend on the legitimacy of infant baptism and answers Heidelmail from Anon about divine omnipresence; from Trevor (GBR!) asking for recommendations on the Scottish Reformation; from Anon about the history of the Dispensational claim about two peoples; and from R. about whether God abandons those who contract HIV. As always check out the resources relative to these questions. They are included in below in this post.

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    • Hi Eric,

      According to Google the last two are “processing.” No idea what that means. They seem to be stuck in a queue for some reason.

      You may have to listen on another pod app.

      Sorry about that.


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