Welcome to the Plodcast! This week Doug chats about the Covid-19 crisis, unpacks the word aschemoneo, and plugs Mark Hall’s Did America Have A Christian Founding? Get Religious Affections by Jonathan Edwards with an introduction by Joe Rigney today: https://canonpress.com/products/religious-affections/
But we’ll be back March 25th! Don’t forget to check out the All of Christ for All of Life podcast to hear highlights from Doug’s ministry as well as the Blog and Mablog podcast where he reads his blogs. Cheers!
This week pastor Wilson encourages folks to jump in to the Bible Reading Challenge, unpacks the greek word asunthetos, and plugs Leftism Revisited. Get George Herbert’s the Temple with a foreword by John Piper today: https://canonpress.com/thetemple And join the Bible Reading Challenge here: https://www.christkirk.com/biblechallenge/
This week Douglas Wilson talks about ways Christians can be praying for Donald Trump, unpacks the greek word asunetos, and plugs the book, Preaching as Reminding.
This week Douglas Wilson chats the Extremes and Moderates in the political circus, unpacks the greek word astorgos, and recommends GK Chesterton’s What I Saw in America. Get Martin Luther’s Bondage of the Will with a foreword by Douglas Wilson here: https://canonpress.com/products/the-bondage-of-the-will/
This week Pastor Wilson discusses Democratic candidate, Pete Buttigieg as the Pop Quiz for left leaning evangelical voters, unpacks the word astocheo, and recommends John Frame’s Systematic Theology.
This week pastor Wilson talks regime swaps with or without congress, unpacks the greek word asteriktos, and reviews Range by David Epstein (but not that Epstein).
https://canonpress.com/products/the-bondage-of-the-will This week pastor Wilson chats Foreign Intelligence agencies, unpacks the word aspondos, and review Alan Jacobs’ book The Year of Our Lord 1943.
Get your copy of Martin Luther’s The Bondage of the Will with an introduction by Douglas Wilson here: https://canonpress.com/products/the-bondage-of-the-will This week on the Plodcast Podcast Doug chats evangelical fascism, or the lack thereof, unpacks the greek work asophos, and reviews Mary Eberstadts’ Primal Screams.
This week Pastor Wilson talks the compartmentalization of hypocrites, the greek word aselgeia, and recommends the book Ball of Collusion. Don’t forget to grab his brand new book, Ploductivity at https://canonpress.com/products/ploductivity