Heidelcast For Sep 17, 2023: Q&A On How Prayer Is A Means Of Grace, A “Ginormous” Stained-Glass Jesus, And More

It’s a Q&A episode as Dr Clark takes a call from Lyquan in Utah about prayer as a means of grace; he answers a text about what to do about a “ginormous stained glass Jesus;” he answers a text about so-called New Covenant Theology. He also answers emails about how to respond to Zane Hodges (and how the Synod of Dort helps us on this question), about the claims of the Eastern Orthodox churches about the alleged miracle of “holy light” in the church of the Holy Sepulcher, about how to preach law and gospel, whether we should regard the anointing with oil as a sacrament, and what we should think about alleged apparitions of the blessed virgin Mary. The opening audio features Shane Rosenthal and Sarabeth Kapusta from the Humble Skeptic podcast.

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