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1517 Blogcast
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1517 Podcasts

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The 1517 Blogcast is a daily, microcast of articles from 1517. These articles share insight from a community of writers communicating the proclaimed forgiveness through Christ's death and resurrection, the importance and relevance of historical Christianity and defense of the faith through Christian apologetics.

Latest Episodes

Rescuing religion from culture: Friedrich E.D. Schleiermacher and the origins of Liberal Theology

If you want to boil Schleiermacher down to some foundation upon which to build up his theology, think feelings.

14 MIN19 h ago
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Rescuing religion from culture: Friedrich E.D. Schleiermacher and the origins of Liberal Theology

Is Absolution a Sacrament?

An age-old debate amongst Christians is the number and use of the sacraments. Rome and the Eastern Orthodox hold that there are seven sacraments of the church. On the other hand, most confessing Protestant groups will say there are only two.

7 MIN2 d ago
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Is Absolution a Sacrament?

As Real as it Gets

When we ask ourselves, "My God, how did I get so lost," he answers, "I am the God who comes to seek and save the lost in the power of my resurrection.

6 MIN3 d ago
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As Real as it Gets

Jesus' Harsh Words

Could it be that the root of not asking is not believing, either in the power, or worse, the graciousness of the Lord to address the issue that lies before us?

11 MIN4 d ago
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Jesus' Harsh Words

A Thanksgiving Day Sermon

The following is an excerpt from “A Year of Grace Volume 2” written by Bo Giertz and translated by Bror Erickson (1517 Publishing, 2019).

9 MIN6 d ago
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A Thanksgiving Day Sermon

How Do You Know They Are "the One" Part 2 of 2

In an earlier article, I did my best to confront the false idea that God’s will is something we must uncover to make daily decisions in the vocational sense, specifically when it comes to marriage.

10 MIN1 w ago
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How Do You Know They Are "the One" Part 2 of 2

Will I Ever Know True Love?

We love those who enable us to see our love for ourselves reflected back at us.

7 MIN1 w ago
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Will I Ever Know True Love?

Grace and Lawlessness

Where Erasmus saw fear and collapse, Luther saw the never-ending comfort of Christ and his gospel.

10 MIN2 w ago
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Grace and Lawlessness

Thy Kingdom Come: Waiting for Heaven in an Age of Instant Gratification

As much as we may long for heaven, even death itself does not usher us into the final state of the new creation. So, in life and death, we must wait. And as the philosopher, Tom Petty, sings, “Waiting is the hardest part.”

12 MIN2 w ago
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Thy Kingdom Come: Waiting for Heaven in an Age of Instant Gratification

The Way Home

We were lost. We didn’t know where we were going or which way to turn. We had been driving around in circles for hours with nothing to show for it. And now we weren’t sure how to find our way home - and losing hope by the minute.

8 MIN2 w ago
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The Way Home

Latest Episodes

Rescuing religion from culture: Friedrich E.D. Schleiermacher and the origins of Liberal Theology

If you want to boil Schleiermacher down to some foundation upon which to build up his theology, think feelings.

14 MIN19 h ago
Comments
Rescuing religion from culture: Friedrich E.D. Schleiermacher and the origins of Liberal Theology

Is Absolution a Sacrament?

An age-old debate amongst Christians is the number and use of the sacraments. Rome and the Eastern Orthodox hold that there are seven sacraments of the church. On the other hand, most confessing Protestant groups will say there are only two.

7 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Is Absolution a Sacrament?

As Real as it Gets

When we ask ourselves, "My God, how did I get so lost," he answers, "I am the God who comes to seek and save the lost in the power of my resurrection.

6 MIN3 d ago
Comments
As Real as it Gets

Jesus' Harsh Words

Could it be that the root of not asking is not believing, either in the power, or worse, the graciousness of the Lord to address the issue that lies before us?

11 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Jesus' Harsh Words

A Thanksgiving Day Sermon

The following is an excerpt from “A Year of Grace Volume 2” written by Bo Giertz and translated by Bror Erickson (1517 Publishing, 2019).

9 MIN6 d ago
Comments
A Thanksgiving Day Sermon

How Do You Know They Are "the One" Part 2 of 2

In an earlier article, I did my best to confront the false idea that God’s will is something we must uncover to make daily decisions in the vocational sense, specifically when it comes to marriage.

10 MIN1 w ago
Comments
How Do You Know They Are "the One" Part 2 of 2

Will I Ever Know True Love?

We love those who enable us to see our love for ourselves reflected back at us.

7 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Will I Ever Know True Love?

Grace and Lawlessness

Where Erasmus saw fear and collapse, Luther saw the never-ending comfort of Christ and his gospel.

10 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Grace and Lawlessness

Thy Kingdom Come: Waiting for Heaven in an Age of Instant Gratification

As much as we may long for heaven, even death itself does not usher us into the final state of the new creation. So, in life and death, we must wait. And as the philosopher, Tom Petty, sings, “Waiting is the hardest part.”

12 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Thy Kingdom Come: Waiting for Heaven in an Age of Instant Gratification

The Way Home

We were lost. We didn’t know where we were going or which way to turn. We had been driving around in circles for hours with nothing to show for it. And now we weren’t sure how to find our way home - and losing hope by the minute.

8 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Way Home
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