Heidelcast For July 30, 2023: Sin, Salvation, & Service: The Threefold Truth Of Romans (28)

In this episode Dr Clark turns to Romans 8:1–17, where Paul explains what it means to for Christians to be adopted sons, in Christ, living in the covenant of grace. He reads mail from Jim, who’s becoming Reformed; from David about the different senses of belief in the New Testament; from Carmen, who is listening to all the Heidelcast episodes; from Max who asks about the doctrine of imputation; from Matthew, who asks about the conversion of Flame (the rapper) to Lutheranism; from Parker, who asks about the ending of Heidelberg Catechism Q/A 1, where we confess that we now seek to live wholeheartedly (in some translations) for Christ. The opening audio features Harrison Perkins via the Guilt, Grace, Gratitude Podcast.

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