Heidelcast For Dec, 17 2023: Q&A Special

In this episode the Heidelcast looks back to some highlights from some of our many Q&A segments in which Dr Clark answers questions about difference between the Lutheran and Reformed understanding of the Law/Gospel distinction; about whether the Holy Spirit is the referenced promise in Acts 2:39 and is it the fulfillment of what was promised to Abraham in Genesis 15 and 17; about the original 1646 Westminster Confession of Faith and the “establishment principle” contained in WCF 23.3, and the American revision of 1788; about the place of the Lord’s Supper in our liturgy; about making the process of the Christian life into the instrument of our salvation; about the Regulative Principle of Worship. The opening audio is from Fareed Zakaria of CNN.

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  1. The upgraded format with Brian, the producer, sounds great. Great editing and it flows very professionally. This is radio as it should be.


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