This week, Pastor Wilson talks about the Troll Guardians that can be found online, pestering any and all promoting something from Moscow, Idaho. Additionally, he unpacks the greek word architelones, and recommends Leif Enger’s, Virgil Wander.
This week Pastor Wilson talks about the “Jeffrey Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself memes, unpacks the greek word arsenokoites, and recommends the book Eggs Are Expensive, Sperm Is Cheap.
This week Pastor Wilson honors the work of the late Phillip Johnson, unpacks the greek work harpax, and recommends the book “In Defense of Trouble Makers.” And don’t forget to pre-order his brand new book, Ploductivity: A Practical Theology of Work: https://canonpress.com/products/ploductivity-a-theology-of-tools-as-tangible-grace-1
This week Pastor Wilson chats about the passionate inflation of white supremacy labels on Twitter, unpacks the greek word harpagmos, and reviews Manetsch’s “Calvin’s Company of Pastors.” Get his romance novel, The Man in the Dark, deals here: http://canonpress.link/beowulfsprivilege
This week Pastor Wilson gives a behind the scenes look at the vision of No Quarter November and those epic trailers, unpacks the greek word harpage, and recommends Baxters “The Saints Everlasting Rest”
This week on the Plodcast, pastor Wilson talks banning plastic straws, unpacks the greek word argos, and reviews Rushdoony’s “Foundations of Social Order”
Weclome to plodcast! This week, Pastor Wilson talks Communist China, unpacks the greek word apoleia, and reviews the book Global Warming: Skepticism for Busy People.
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This week pastor Wilson talks about the impeachment madness and a few things the Democrats might consider, unpacks the greek work apopsucho, and highlights Thomas Sowell’s “Civil Rights: Rhetoric or Reality.” Happy Plodding! Pre-order Brave Ollie Possum here: https://canonpress.com/products/ollie
This week pastor Douglas Wilson chats election polls, unpacks the greek work apastrepho, and recommends Sinclair Fergusson’s “The Whole Christ.”