Heidelcast For June 4, 2023: Sin, Salvation, & Service: The Threefold Truth Of Romans (21)


In this episode Dr Clark turns to Romans 6:1 where he considers Paul’s answer to the question: should we sin that grace may abound? He also answers questions about eschatology (already and not yet), on whether Thomas Aquinas was a believer, whether the Reformed say that all baptized infants are saved, whether there were Pentecostals in the early church, and more. The opening audio features Jim Cassidy from the Christ the Center Podcast.

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3 comments

  1. Just discovered this. I’ll have to listen to more.

    I guess I might consider myself as reformed ( Van Tullian/Calvinist) Blessing

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