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"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

Grace on Tap

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"Now compelled you didn't want him to ask for this. But he agrees fifteen thirty one to ask for Council of the Church to be called. So the Lutheran Church spends the fifteen thirties. With some independence. And Charleston says you can essentially it is keep doing what you're doing. And as a trusted counsel's GonNa result eventually this'll be resolved by council and and so Let's just sort of put a pause on everything. and. So Lutheran Church grew. A lot during that period they grew lot and the also only grow religiously but they grow in military strength. The first seven signatures on the Augsburg Confession. Form an alliance a military alliance called the small called League. this league grew throughout the Fifteenth Thirties until. A majority of German government's where have raised by some form of evangelical reform and unity with small called. Loose and length on four word now after the Saul. After the negotiations fall apart and he he writes his apology. Now his apology is initial what the basically has rebuttal to the computation. Is. A it's. It basically is from his notes. He doesn't have. They didn't remember they didn't give him a copy of what the computation said. So he's just sort of what he remembered what he wrote down and. What was the spoken version was wrong. It had a bunch of things in there that wasn't supposed to be, and so he's writing to erase his first draft apology that fall that winter they get a coffee, a written copy, the computation any revises to realize that some areas where he thought that there was. A need for something erases that. There's another section as you I need more year especially. Article for on justification is the big me of the apology. This is the Augsburg Confession. You will find on some Lutheran churches. There are foundational stone while the year of when that church. Stone was laid and then he'll say you a C. to Alexei UAC nineteen three. Okay and the USC stands for on altered. Because lengthened does change the Augsburg Confession he thought of it as his personal document. But further Lutheran princes and theologian that signed it. They saw it as public confession of the Church and they didn't think lengthen have the authority on his own to change. And so in fifteen eighty with the book of Concord published, very important for them to include the original version was read on June twenty fifth in it Back Bay included both German version and landers is both were presented on June twenty. Okay. But the Germans wanted German theologians thought that there was some nice specificity in the Latin version to both German version Latte version included fifteen eighty. Well I think that does it for our this episode on the Augsburg Confession and our series on the Osberg Confession. It's been a good time today. You may have heard the sounds of dogs or cars go by we are recording. In my backyard before? We press record of the PODCAST. We had abroad beans, potato chips. We had a fourth of July style big nick to celebrate the independence of the Lutheran Church. That's right. So we're really glad you were able to join us. This is another covert a much better covid. Episode I I really enjoyed this. It's good too good to be together again, drinking beer and talking to the algae physically distant but socially near. That's that is absolutely..

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"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

Grace on Tap

07:35 min | 11 months ago

"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"You're listening to. A podcast devoted to the reformation of the Lutheran, Church and documents and history, and all of that Jack. I am Mike Egli. And it's great to be with you again. So, today, we're GONNA be talking about the the this is our second episode actually I third episode on the Augsburg Confession. The first episode we talked about the some of the background of the history of the context that this is all happening and the. Then the second episode, we covered the first twenty, one articles of the Augsburg Confession in pretty pretty quick there and then this episode we're to be covering the last seven of articles of the Augsburg Confession and these are the articles that were. The. Most contentious will say between the Lutherans of fifteen thirty and the calf and the Roman Catholics, and these are the articles that kind of have the real world application to so. As we go through these articles. You'll hear issues that are probably still in time showing the difference between Lutherans Catholics. For instance, the first article we're GONNA look at. Is referencing the distribution of the body and blood of Christ to the Latino should they receive both bread and the wine that both the body and the blood or should only the reese get the blood and the Laity only get the bread. Too many but you get the yeah and actually I think this is resolved. Now where you know when I go to Catholic churches, they have both the body and the blood but when I was a kid which was. A while ago, the know they only had the the body for you know and the blood was was reserved for the priests even then there are still a number of Roman Catholics who their own habit will be as they go to take the crystal, be totally take the body of Christ. and. So article twenty to make references to the command of our Lord Long History and church tradition to support the pack of distribution both the body and blood of facility, and so this way that they're going to handle this article on the other articles that are in these disputed matters. Is kind of the same practice we should have to any disputed practice that's in the church today. Look at what the Scriptures say. Look at what church tradition but don't slavishly hold onto church tradition hold onto that, which agrees with scripture and look to what is helpful for good order. Now, which causes disputes and disagreements and is not supported by scripture said, it assigned those things that are supported by scripture. Keeping. A A great example of that way of approaching things as the next article, which is article twenty, three, the marriage of priests when when you actually read the Augsburg Confession, it starts off talking about now what Paul says about marriage. Talks about. How God instituted marriage in Genesis. How you know. So it starts out with scripture just like Avon was saying it begins by grounding itself in scripture. And, then it went into the history that the talks a little bit about the history in there and they'll say. This pope didn't like the you know the disagreed with it, and at this point, the they almost got rid of it and so forth talk about the church history with with the with the with marriage, and then they they lay out their position. So it's it's exactly what you were talking about where you start out with scripture, you bring in tradition, which tradition is just another name for history church history. And and then you then you follow them, you finish it up with your real, our argument and that was, and so there's there's no a the the additional thing that they're talking about here is they talk a lot about just the burden it is for priests of that era of of today I mean I I have a lot of friends who are priests and they're great guys They would never complain about about the the burden of of Celibacy. I've never heard any of them complained about it, but I can only imagine how hard that is. Now maybe they can't complain about but I I was friends with Piscopo Alien Priest who had been formerly a Roman Catholic I said why? Why did you make the switch uses iphone? They there. Wasn't. Really. And I have I have Lutheran pastors who are also former Roman Catholic priests who did the same thing and it's like I you talk to it's funny. I was talking to one friend of mine. And he's saying is like. We believe almost the same stuff it's like we don't believe. But I had to do the marriage thing I fell in love and yeah. So anyway, the one move onto the next one article twenty four is titled Amass in this article is showing that the main thing that needs to change in the worship service is what is happening in the view of the people and we need to see the Lord suffer as a language of gift and proclamation a Gospel not a sacrifice. That needs to be redone in redone in redone and redone, and one of the things that Luther Luther talks about a lot more lengthened talks about here in the Augsburg. Confession. Is is all the problems with with having the mass, become a sacrifice, and then there was this and again the history he talks about the history of. Okay well. So then they agreed that the mass was a sacrifice that they over and over again. Well, what if you have fifty people that the sacrifices being given for wouldn't it be better if each one of them had their own and if they each paid for their own? And then you get pre private masses and so you had all these private masses where people were paying for these private masses and it was just one problem after another all growing out of this this idea of the of the mass being sacrifice and know this is this is where Milan looks back into history and says, you know it wasn't always like this and and you know this is this is something that grew and it's it's sort of a bad seed in you know in Luther and lengthens position is a bad seed that. Bore bad fruit. Sometimes shifts in history happened like say the Renaissance and Enlightenment or postmodernism all these moments comments where we start to look back and see our history is not always the way it's been. we look at something that's going on right now, and we realized that what's happening can be deconstructed or changed obvious we're not. Behold the just the way it's been done for the last couple of hundred years. We look again at away something's being done. So here at the reformation, you've got the printing press. You've got this movement via Rasmussen for humanism. Back to the sources, this movement of being able to look at the scriptures and use the scriptures as the critical. Lens. To look at history means we don't have to do things the way they've all what we thought was always the way they've been. Say. We can realize they've only been on this for couple hundred years. Let's go back a little bit further. Now we find the Authority for why we do what we do in the church is no longer is backs away. We.

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"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

Grace on Tap

04:39 min | 11 months ago

"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"Is entirely dependent on the graciousness in Christ article thirteen is on the use of the sacraments, and here the idea is that sacraments awakening confirmed faith in those who use them they're supposed to be signs and testimonies of the will of God toward us There is not a calming of grace apart. From meeting Christ in Word Proclamation sacrament use of the sacraments is that they are not to be. Something that we watch as an audience. They are supposed to be something that we participate in and he uses this phrase says rejected for those who teach that the sacraments justify, and here's Latin for you X. Opera Operato without faith in acts. Opera operas a Latin phrase. It just describes by the work of observing it and not the faith of believes it. So I have to drink as avenues Latin, or some other language that have come up with an my own. It's inside of the the Augsburg contest itself article. Fourteen as concerning church government in here's. The is that no one should hold the office of the ministry unless they are properly called regularly called. Out Give. You some more Latin retail costs on meaning called according to the regular patterns of the Church and so article fourteen was essentially. Trying to. Separate the Lutheran Church, from the enthusiast enthusiasts were a group of Christians that were happening in the reformation time. WHO said that anyone who's been moved by the spirit should be able to speak and The confidence of the Lutherans was that every baptized person should share the hope that is within them, but is specifically given to the office of the ministry to proclaim publicly. The the Gospel administer the sacraments article fifteen is just on what are the rules in the church and he says a number one don't conflict with the Gospel number two it should contribute to good order number three. There should be rejection of traditions which stand in conflict with rules number one in two. So our rule number one don't get in the way the Gospel rule number to make sure whatever you do in provides good order and number three don't mess up.

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"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

Grace on Tap

02:10 min | 11 months ago

"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"Philip the length on had a monumental task. The emperor had requested a debate in Augsburg Germany between the Lutherans and the Roman Catholics resolve their issues once and for all. Unfortunately, Martin Luther was considered an outlaw in Augsburg. So it fell upon Milan on lead, the Lutherans and the discussions. Lengthen had two objectives I needed to present the Lutheran position as being aligned with historic. Christian faith to refute the rumors being spread that Luther supported some of the more. Protestant positions second lengthened needed to clearly define those positions where the Lutherans believed that the Roman Catholics were presently in error. As. The Lutheran team worked toward these two objects. It objectives also knew they were creating a critical document for future generations. The first clear declaration of Luther beliefs which up until that point had only been discernible by piecing together the most critical portions of the many many pages of Martin, Luther? Writings. I'm Mike Egli and I'm Evan Gairdner. And this is great. There we go. So grayson tap is a podcast dedicated to the Lutheran reformation, the history, the documents and people of that sixteenth century, and then through our conversations between the two of US bringing those historical documents and people on events in some intersection of what's going on today. So, this is another we have another covid nineteen episode. We are actually remote from one. Another Evan is there in Birmingham Michigan I am and vermillion Ohio, which was if I don't know if you noticed but there was sort of a a week last clink because I grabbed my a tin can a aluminum can and hit the glass? So I'M GONNA have to try that again with..

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"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

Grace on Tap

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"Hungary and saw the old cathedral has a ruined now with those was actually attacked by the Turks and the fifteen twenty s around this time and it was destroyed. And this is that was the place where all the Hungarian kings were crowned prior to that. and so this is this is right in that era right Oh. This is real conflict. This is this is interest conflict on paper. Charles is trying to prepare the holy Roman Empire for conflict, and so he looks at this kind of this two point not standing when the pope's ambassador stood up and not kneeling at the mass. Of. Disobedience and so and he has something really to be concerned about because once the Turks come up through Budapest there another Daniel up the Danube through Budapest and then they're on their way to Austria and once they get to Vienna you know then things are you know they're they're working their way into? Europe. So that night Charles met with the Lutheran princes and he asked them not to permit the Lutheran. Lutheran preaching in Augsburg and to attend the Corpus Christi Festival. Now, George the Margrave of Brandenburg said that he would rather have his head cut off. Then let the word of God be taken from him and commanded to deny his God. So the emperor sputtered in broken German because he was Spanish she didn't really speak German said not caught off had dear prince not cut off head. And this depth of conviction encourage those being made clear to Charles kind of surprised him. He didn't realize. How much the Lutherans would insist on the freedom to be able to preach God's word. And he really did. Charlie, you have to sort of feel Charles You know I remember when I when I became a Lutheran I used to hear Lutheran pastors Ta. You know sort of throw shade on Charles the fifth that he wasn't very smart. He was an all sorts of stuff about about Charles, but he had his hands full now. He's doing the best he can, and this is sort of a sidebar problem for him and he sort of is continuing to treat it as one and even this little thing that he's he's going through here. This he he's looking at this as we can. All get together can't we? Well No, not really yeah, and then you guys just observe the mass can't just come to the Corpus. Christi Festival can you just? Do these nice things and they're like, no, you can't stop the word of God from being shared. This is what we're here for right and Charles was not he was not a theologian. He was well trained in theology, but he was no and and he understood by to some degree I think he understood both sides but you know really Charles was mostly interested in keeping Europe from becoming Muslim and keeping it united. In faith this well, yeah, and so so you know he's he's looking at this can't you guys get a little bit? Yeah. Can't you just shop to mass and when the Lutheran said? No well, that that sort of shock to all that. So we're GONNA in future episodes talk a little bit more about the Augsburg Confession. Here's what I hope from this episode get June Twenty Fifth Fifteen thirty. Four date..

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"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

Grace on Tap

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"Much closer to a systematic theology. Which? Is more technical at has it builds I would say and you can correct me when I think of systematic theology. This is sort of where my mind build. On, the way that sometimes it's just grabbed is that you have coat hooks and you hang on each coat hook something that's important so that all the coat hooks eventually have a coat hanging on them right and so you're you're addressing those critical questions those those coat hooks the way I understand it. Hooks critical question like God original sin. The nature of the church, the sacraments new are you addressing all those code hoax? Do you have something to say about each one of those things and so what we have is this the systematic approach that That Milan th on takes addressing each one. Now, this is not a true systematic theology, but it's When I don't think they really had systematic theology and that era luther. Really commended to people to read Philip Lengthens local communities, which you wrote in fifteen twenty one, and then he added many times and that for him was low-key was like place and communities that the idea of these are the places that community makes finds common point and so locate community filming Clinton in fifteen twenty one is largely a reading through the book of Romans to see how all the main subjects of what we need to know about. God. In this world and people is covered, I have never read that by the way I'm going to have to read that one. So a little detail now, about just the logistics of how people were arriving. So John the steadfast arrives in May Second Charles, V in his delegation arrived in Augsburg the pope's ambassador stood it to give a the assembly special blessing from Pope. So you've got all the electors there. You Have Charles v now arrives with his. Delegation. And so the pope's ambassador is going to have this grand welcome from the pope to everyone that's arrived and everyone kneels when the pope's ambassador stands up to give this blessing from the pope except for the elector and all the fellow Lutheran Princess. Then later that in the Augsburg Confession, time this presentation at the assembly, there was an opening mass and electric John Philip Cassie did not kneel at nor did they cover their heads during the blessing? It was clear to everyone that Augsburg was. Filled with conflict. So that night Charles is getting nervous and so that night Charles, the fifth remember Charles, wants unity and his top of mind is addressing the Turkish problem the Turks coming up. The Danube, river and an attacking. Hungary. As a matter of fact, just as a Sidebar, just a few months ago I was there in Shuckers behavoir..

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"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

Grace on Tap

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"So today's beer is. Shorts bruise good humans and that sort of a funny one for the. Oxford confessor visit trying to be good. Filled with unity trying to build. On the cover. On the on the bottle here it has Looks like three three. Indian, heads three. Indian. Again maybe they're supposed to be a pattern wisdom and humility are the three. They look a little alien like to me. has an eye on his forehead. But. Anyway good humans we'll just go with the Lutheran view of this, which is we're trying not to cause a war. Versus the kind of weird looking faces on their good humans is a double brown Ale made with Bryce Care Brown malt dry hopped with Simcoe hops and the brew has A. Sweet. Multi. Aroma. That mingles with prominent toasted caramel and Toffee flavours on. I'm reading from the description from sorts brewing I don't think. So I don't taste the toffee I taste the toffee you have more more sensitive tastes than I do I don't taste the toffee the the. Taste of strong is the thing that I taste is this. Carefully will reference my goodness. It's been twenty years since I brewed beer but this reminds me of when I brewed beer this is how the whole house smelled when I brewed beer that that that bouquet of hops the hops the the sugars, the everything coming together. It's a it's a it's. Some people like the smell. Which I do some people don't, which is a lot of people. So a double Brown Ale means that it's it's strong. So this is eight point, seven percent alcohol by volume. So it made one bottle twelve ounce bottle is as strong as two beers to to to bud to buds to advisers. Yeah. So we'll be I'll be I'll be going easy on this one I've got to drive home so not going to finish that. So back to Augsburg. So So so the we talked a little bit about the system of careers going back and forth between Coburg and Augsburg there was that delay and so if you ever take the time to read through the Augsburg Confession, it's really fascinating at least I thought you know. You take the Augsburg Confession and read that take anything from Luther and read that and it's a dramatic difference now the. They're not written by the same person or not written by the same person. They're not written for the same purpose the how Luther is typically reaching out to the common folk he's trying to there's a lot of them are sermons sermon based even his more technical papers are written so that anybody can read them understand them the the Augsburg Confession is..

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Grace on Tap

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"Documents that are prepared in these three cities as these leaders of theologians and cities and nobles all meet together to try to prepare their their notes for what they're gonNA say in Augsburg to look at the progression and the beginning of their work was very filled with a lot of attack and a lot of this is what you guys are doing. Wrong. This is what we're doing. Right. But as they got closer towards the presentation of the Augsburg Confession, the document takes on much more of a document. Of Unity and trying to show the basis of commonality and that happens because as they get closer to Augsburg Charles, the fifth is starting to show that he is coming to Augsburg with this great sense of controversy Charles the fifth himself wants unity and so as they met to prepare the Augsburg Confession and is they're getting ready there I thought is we gotta really like punch them as they're going to punch us but then they realize Charles v doesn't really want to do that and so entire in Torgau. They work together to kind of describe some legitimacy and some explanation for how they're going to. Be United. So elector of Saxony. John the. Steadfast. Here's an understands. This word from Charles Charles says, he wants to hear their opinions, their thoughts and their notions. Now that had a sense of invitation kind of surprise them. So you know when when when they heard that John, the steadfast went and asked Martin Luther Philipp length on Justice Jonas and Johan Bogan Haagen to meet in Torgau and prepare a statement of confession and when John The steadfast received it. He's he said he was prepared to go to Augsburg. So he left tour Gal on April fourth he arrived in Augsburg Mesa in during that trip, they stopped at Coburg and in Coburg they dropped off Martin Luther Martin Luther stays at that castle throughout the time during the Diet of Augsburg and John. The steadfast had set up a series of messengers go back and forth between Augsburg and Coburg the reason they leave Mart Lutheran Kohlberg is because that's the most south that elector John's protection. Ramp I know that they could go as far as Coburg and that's that's the furthest that they felt luther could be safe. Okay. If they went further than that, they brought grave respect to luther. Yeah. There, and this is sort of the the remnants of that agreement that was from the Diet aspire of fifteen twenty six where there were areas that luther was somewhat safe. Charles wasn't GonNa go we end to her of Saxony's territory and go sees Luther Right? Right. So with the system careers. Between Coburn Augsburg, there's a lot of conversation that can happen back and forth, but it's always a little delayed which gets to be hard for luther, and so we start to see that full-length is really going to become the final editor of what's presented in Augsburg. We're GonNa take our.

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"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

Grace on Tap

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"As the ninety five, theses this is a major turning point. So lutherans should know the date October, thirty, first fifteen, seventeen, we have the reformation we sing a mighty fortress God we have impedance, whatever it is. We have a lock going on in fifteen seventeen. We also should be recognizing June twenty fifth fifteen, thirty businesses the day when Lutheran stand up and say, this is what it means to be the church. So we have to go back. We did talk about the fall of roads and fifteen, twenty two we had some episodes when we're talking about our friend. Pope Adrian. The sixth of the failed Pope, a two year of pope who was not able to get the the three princes, Francis Charles Henry, Henry the eighth of of of England Francis I of France and Charles the fifth of Germany and Spain couldn't get them to work together and those those three were fighting amongst themselves. While while in the sixth saw the danger of the Turks and the fall of roads well, because he couldn't coordinate those three roads foul and when Rhodes fell if you look at a map and look at the isle of Roads, it is right there. Near the Turkish Turkish coast. It's a perfect place. To to really cause a lot of problems for the Turks, well, once the aisle of roads fell now, the Turks had nothing to fight against them. They could they could really good advanced north much easier. They could advance north much easier and that's exactly what's happening at this time. So in fifteen, twenty, six in the Diet spire when Charles the fifth gives a much more much more latitude. To the Lutheran Princes he's doing so busy needs their cooperation to push back against the Turks but in fifteen twenty, nine at the Diet aspire his now more cooperation from non Lutheran Princess and he can essentially say you guys I can struggle with you a little bit because I've got these guys cooperating with me. Now we're getting closer to fifteen thirty the diet of Augsburg, and there's a need for unity again. So there's this roller coaster between Charles, the fifth. Needing. The Luthan. Princess and not needing in fifteen thirty he really wants them to be on the same page as him. So Charles A fifth ordered all rulers with empire to meet in Augsburg the goal was to settle once and for all the controversies that had caused division in the empire he wanted unity so they could face the growing threat of the Turkish armies after the fall of roads in fifteen twenty two. So in preparation for the Augsburg Confession Lutheran. And we'll say. Feel Oh jains who are sympathetic to the Lutheran position. All gathered. Multiple Times. To work out their beliefs and to prepare for the the presentation of the Augsburg Confession. Schwab walk. Warburg and Torgau. Yeah. So we can look at the..

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Grace on Tap

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"Now the Diet of spar we did not talk about that in our podcast and we probably maybe we'll double back on that someday. But this was a moment of strength for Lutheran princes and the Lutheran princes at that time were given the right to arrange religious matters in their own territories and that was huge the more strength for the Lutheran position and so there Charles the fifth has to compromise yes. Yes. So they can protect. Charles gives them the right to protect luther and other and other Lutherans, and so if you're in Italy and your Lutheran will things aren't going to go so well for you. But if you're a Lutheran there in in the in the area, of Wittenberg an. Than you're doing great but three years later. Lutheran princess do not have such a strong position fifteen, twenty nine. There is a second died inspire and prince's loyal to Rome have reversed the concessions that were made in fifteen, twenty six and in fifteen twenty, nine at the Diet aspire Lutheran reformers and other reforming movements protested this reversal became known as Protestants. So it's in fifteen, twenty, nine that the name product isn't is attached to those who are opposing room. So the reversal at the Diet of spire. Fifteen twenty. Nine setup the need for the Lutherans to present their position as a thoroughly biblical stance in order to avoid being called heretics and. I did do a little bit reading on this and are we talked a lot about John Eck and and you know he was very active in this period leading up to the Augsburg confession spreading all sorts of because there were many what luther called. Martin Luther called the enthusiasts and people. That were. Taking the opening that Luther had made. The Biblical opening and going extra biblical, having all sorts of crazy ideas. and. We talked about that and the peasants war. There was a lot of that going on and this became hard for the Lutherans because ECK is now writing in a way that is taking all of the Protestants as one bundled group, an F. One things wrong with one of them gets attached to all of them, and so it becomes fundamental for the Lutherans. Out How, to we clearly stay we are and what we are not. So that that leads us up to June twenty-fifth fifteen thirty, which is the presentation of the Augsburg Confession to Charles the fifth and that is pretty much I. I. Would I would agree it is..

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Grace on Tap

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"augsburg" Discussed on Grace on Tap

"Windows were opened and the crowds in the courtyard could listen and listen they did they hung on every word two hundred people were in the hall hundreds were outside. Chancellor Christian Beyer of electric John's government. He read the German taxed to the assembly in his voice carried its words into the street outside an accord with imperial instructions. Philip lengthened had also prepared a Latin version of the confession that was handed over to Charles at the same time. This is grace on tap. I'm Mike Gateway and I'm Evan Gairdner. Race on TAP is podcast devoted to the history, the documents and the Times of the Lutheran reformation. It's a conversation that Mike and I have all over a nice cold beer. So the Augsburg Confession. Most Lutherans are familiar with it. There might be a few non Lutherans listening in. So let's the Augsburg Confession. Came about as the opening their went into. The there were a lot of discussions and accusations against the Lutherans. And they call themselves the Evangelical I think. And they. They needed to address and so the Augsburg Confession was an attempt. By the Lutherans to go and present to the emperor, their beliefs in an orderly fashion show that they were aligned with the historic faith. It was important for the Lutherans to show they were not starting a new religion. So the Augsburg Confession is written from a tone of unity. And we're going to kind of place the Augsburg. Confession in some of the time line of the reformation now. The Augsburg Confession was presented as a confession of the truth of God's Holy Word and they that was important for the Lutherans that they they didn't WanNa just have it be. This thing that only argued about the things that were in conflict, and in fact, the first twenty one articles are about the things that they think every Christian should hold together articles twenty, two through twenty eight. Those are things that are more in dispute. So let's put it into a October thirty first fifteen, seventeen. October thirty first fifteen seventeen is when Martin Luther famously. Nailed his ninety five theses to the to the church door in Wittenberg asking for all comers to to argue with him on these points those those points, those ninety five theses were taken down and distributed throughout all of Europe and within two weeks are people in France people all over the Western world. We're aware of what was in those ninety five theses, and they immediately saw that this was a direct attack on a lot of the a lot of the the the core principles. Or the perceived core principles of the of the Roman Catholic Church, and so the Medieval Catholic Church indulgences repentance and the authority of Pope, all being challenged. Then the Diet of Worms Fifteen, twenty, one luther stood before the emperor and gave his famous here. I stand speech We discussed this in an earlier episode but this is that defining moment for luther because after the Diet of worms, he declared an outlaw for the purposes of the Augsburg Confession he was not able to attend. The Diet in Augsburg. So right after that luther was stolen away he was were those who who felt that for his own good and they were probably right. They, put him in the castle and he sort of hit out for quite a while and then and then he came out and and remain safe there in Wittenberg. For Pretty, much Wittenberg and the surrounding area for pretty for the rest of his life. Yeah. So we're Frederick do is was and then elector John Magnanimous and the steadfast those to John's they kept luther safe in terms of the timeline of interaction between the holy Roman Empire and Luther. The next thing that comes up after the Diet of worms in fifteen twenty one is the Diet of Spire Fifteen, twenty six..

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5 Reformers on the Psalms

5 Minutes in Church History

04:17 min | 1 year ago

5 Reformers on the Psalms

"This episode. Let's explore five reformers on the soames will start and end with very familiar reformers and in between who knows. Maybe we'll talk about someone you don't know I is. Martin Luther Luther like all of these reformers loved the psalms. Luther set up habit of reading the psalms through in about three weeks and that was a habit. He kept up all of his adult life early on in his career. As a reformer he published his work on the psalms in fifteen eighteen and again in fifteen nineteen and that set a trajectory for the reformers to publish commentaries on the Psalms. So first pride of place goes to Martin. Luther next up is Lutheran Pastor Yohannes Buchen Haagen in fifteen twenty four. He published a Latin commentary on the Psalms. This was a massive work and set the stage for many of the commentaries. That would follow in fact. It was so influential in its Latin texts. That a publisher convinced. Martin Boozer and now. Here's our third reformer on the psalms convinced Martin Bucer to translate this Latin commentary into the German and he did well before we leave. Bougie Haugen talk about boots. Or however let's hear what Bogin Haagen has to say about just psalm one he says therefore in this psalm you have all of the scope of all of holy scripture. He goes on to say every song is about Christ and ultimately every song has something to say directly to the church. Well that's Bougie Haagen as we already mentioned boots are translated. Buchen Huggins commentary into the German. Fifteen twenty five. There's an old Latin expression translator trader. And that's exactly what Buchen Huggins thought of Martin bucer translation. It was not just a translation he he took many liberties and an essence was publishing his own commentary. Well that led to boots or publishing was in fact his own original commentary in fifteen twenty nine and curiously. He published it in Latin. It was a huge volume but despite its heft it went through five editions in the Latin. It went through two editions in French and it even made it into the English. So influential was bouterse commentary on the Psalms that it actually impacted the French Salter and the English psalter which then went into the English Bible. Curiously enough boots are published it under a false name presenting himself as a French humanist scholar from Leon well harassment's great human scholar. Erasmus discovered. It was actually bucer and the JIG was up. Well that's three out of four next comes. A reformer you might not have heard before we'll famous Musculus. He was a reformer and scholastic tradition. He was a benedictine monk in fifteen eighteen reading luther. He was converted. He then went to Strasbourg. Studied under Martin boots or he was dispatched to Augsburg. He wrote many books. Among his books are eight commentaries on the Old Testament including his commentary on the Psalms Musculus. Well that leads us to our fifth and final reformer that is Calvin. He published his commentary on the Psalms in fifteen fifty seven and among other things. He says in his preface to the psalms. He extols the virtues of the psalms. Here's what Calvin has to say. There is no other book in which there is to be found more express and magnificent commendations both of the unparalleled liberality of God towards his church and of all of God's Works. There is no other book in which there is recorded so many deliverance -is nor one in which the evidences and experiences of the fatherly providence and solicitude which God exercises towards us are celebrated with such splendor of diction and yet with strict adherence to truth short. There is no other book in which we are more perfectly taught the right manner of praising God. Well that's Calvin one of five reformers on the

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"augsburg" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"augsburg" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Puppy. No not yet no wrong with her opinion anywhere but it's only in the garage and my husband's gym bag or she can't get to the garage because we walk. It's the garage coming from our house into the garage or he can't get to the garage. It's only at night time when no one's looking she'll go in the Kids playroom and she'll pee in their tent. You have a dog and you have other cats as well we we have two cats and we have three dogs Augsburg only on the inside dogs. He's inside all the time and only started since then okay how many litterbox is. Do you have their in that house. We have to letterboxes and the only team to use the one but we always keep to okay And as far as this kitty cat anything else going on having any other kinds of aggression issues with the other kitties sometimes here at night. Sometimes him growling her growling coming out of their cat But for the most part me no other Russian Nothing else I mean. That was just the only thing they had. You know who locked the door to prevent it nine. Remember to lock the door to prevent him or her from going into the garage so we go to bed. She Won't pee on anything it just. It just happened if we forget to lock the door and she happens to get out there. I was only in that gearbox. We're moving in the garage. She'll find it okay. So the the big causes for cats to urinate inappropriately. Our medical causes and behavioral causes so my first crusade is always to make sure we're not missing anything medical so I would if you have not taken to a vet have checked out get a urine sample. Make sure all is well in her. Urinary World We can't have crossover of be with medical causes so we really need to make sure we're not missing that aspect of things but from there there is a lot that we need to address this kitty and when we introduce a dog into a cat household or vice versa. You know we always hope they're going to get along but that old phrase they get along like cats and dogs sometimes has some serious truth and they're very big differences. It's Kinda like you know. Some women can get along really well with other females and others. It's just like oil and water so my former former college roommate. Okay go there so let's just say that we need to work on making this kitties environment more more favorable for her now dogs things that don't like about dogs. They move fast. They make noise and they disrupt two cats peaceful world so for cats. That are having trouble in this situation. Asian I recommend giving vertical escape to get away and to be superior to those jobs because cats. Let's face it. They need to look down on dogs to say Hugh meal me a little dog so we want to give those vertical escapes. Those are cat trees Purchase for windows ways that we can find a peaceful zone. The other other things we need to do is work on this litterbox situation because we usually want one more litter pan than we do the number of cats and a household and that number can increase. Even if you have other things things like to floor houses if you have cats or dogs that go in or outside we want to have different access points of the home so account my avoid. We're going to the normal litter pan if they have to go through a doorway or an area where see. There's noisy children or a job that might come chasing after them or annoy away them so we WanNa make sure that we have alternate litterbox sites and make those in a quiet zone or they're away from the path of other animals and people and preferably. I hate the lids. Take the lids off the Gosh Darn letterboxes. Cats do not dig those. Those are some of the basic things that will want to now for your job what we should do due to kind of give your kitty cat. A chance is to put a bill or some kind of ringing utensil. On that dog is collared. Give her or a little heads up when that dog is coming around and give her the opportunity to seek out other avenues to get around the house or to get to the toilet if she needs to do that And there are some other things we can do pheromones to can help. Relax the KITTIES and natural calming but for me. I think it's all about really thinking about what cats like can don't like about dogs in their life and to recognize that the special needs. It doesn't matter that the other cats get along with that dog does not matter. It's very much an individual all saying. Okay well that helps me out all the you know all the little things that we've talked about it and We tried in the beginning. We put up a little border to separate rate on the front room from the back room. which the cat is? Most of the time to he's been from each other and Sometimes not comes out and lays right next the dog so I really didn't think it was more of an issue. She'll kind of sit. There is Kinda like I could see her given a dirty look. Maybe try keep her a little bit more separated operated from our cat and give her a little bit more faith. I think that's a swell idea and give her that little bit quiet time free from the dog and her world Cats don't dig outings. But you know maybe a good cat. Spa Day would be helpful. It always helps me. I know she kind of makes sense. 'cause she used to be out and about and the only time she actually comes out of the bedroom she just lays the bedroom. All Day is at nighttime when our little dog is sleeping and we put her in her box every night to sleep because she doesn't disturb the House that time she's actually out and about and wandering around the house now at night when the dog walks in the box because she can't go anywhere. Well these is ideas work for you and if you need a follow up we do follow ups. I believe we're the only radio show that does follow ups and I would totally Why we'll talk? My husband will get more boxes and put a little bell on our little penny and know that. She's coming vertical spaces. They loved those. I mean how did we had a tree or the house but they never really seem to use them. She tend to hide in the closet. My husband's causative awesome top. And that was the only way she would hide from anywhere. She never really used anything. Or under the bag which was really weird? We have lots of purchase that she doesn't climb client she hides under the bed or In my husband's closet when we wish you the best of luck with that let us know how it goes okay. Thank you so much for your help..

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"augsburg" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"augsburg" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Around the world I mean around the world back when I first saw Augsburg university I thought all which in Germany turns out to be a soda but I I wouldn't be surprised if it was a German student and Cody Thompson is a member of pre your force and asking him about his own experience so the last thing was did you grow up in a conservative home I do think that you know my parents did sell the meat market serving a value you know being independent personally okay but it wasn't it wasn't cold conservative no I never I never really understood and understood the term conservative white in color two years ago okay this is the thing so now that you know what conservative it is would your parents call themselves conservative are they Democrats or Republicans your parents Democrats right so what I would I would probably that's why I asked the question I have a feeling so they sort of have conservative values but think the Democrats are for the little guy my email the one I know my fellow Americans see they your eggs your parents are probably what I would call the Minnesota nice right exactly Minnesota nice god is it a battle this is the great battle so how did they react to your mail calling yourself conservative well you know sorry we haven't really it's been a very tough conversation you know I I don't try to engage as much feel like a special politically certainly you know I share with them like I don't in my current that often but when I do you know I showed them how I'm doing no I share like goals for myself and I'm trying to better myself and certainly the kind of characteristics that I took a young age it's been a work in progress you know growing up and to this day and I try to make sure that progress with them however I don't I guess I'm trying not to engage politically I don't have right on my dad did not like trump what I learned and he honestly really didn't know that I but the president and I guess at the conversation that Irish hi willing to help with the medical do you have siblings I have a younger sister she's twenty one does a how old are you I am twenty six oh sure you use took obviously years off from college I went I went to school per year I wasn't you know I wasn't ready it wasn't committed and you know I didn't want to invest in something that cost money but I wouldn't committed to think budget I did take a break and then that certainly call lines for a few years and then I started school back in I started school October does your sister know that you're pro trump she does not go lives is a marrano when his own family it's not that I mean it's not shocking wow this so that they they even know you're a member of Prager Forsch you know I have mentioned I have mentioned greater force to them you know particularly over the past you know I I'm sure that the forest people but you know growing up you know I had a very rocky relationship with my parents you know my parents have their own personal issues kind of I'm just going up and up the day I heard of that parents should have personal issues I can't believe that yeah but you know I've never been I've never been close with my parents ever and I've never really been intimate with them on a deeper level so let me ask you a question in light of that have you seen that my video on honor your father and mother how has it affected you in a very profound way actually I'm a really I guess I can say that when I watch when I watched it there was this fourth inside me that was back hi to each one a you know she'll those relationships with them it would like undeniable that I was meant to honor my parents an old man I would mention to you know have a good healthy relationship with them so once I saw that video there's just like that thank this site means that there was no denying it I couldn't I couldn't stop myself from wanting to he'll he'll that relationship well you are your profound young men we're we're delighted to have you with us thank you so much that was a powerful work strange I must say by the way this will sound perhaps a bit of to some of you it is wonderful to have a were the words he used a healthy relationship with your parents but that's not what the ten commandments commands it only commands that we honor them it's a bonus to have a healthy relationship with your parents it's an obligation one of the major differences between left and right is the left his rights oriented and the right is obligations oriented if I have to summarize the difference between a religious education of a typical secular education the sentence that would be it I was lower I was taught that I have to look at my society my fellow human being in terms of my obligations to them not my rights well here's a question for you which do you think will produce a kinder society one that raises its children with moral obligations or one that raises its children with rights okay we mac we match any donation you give this week of Prager you.

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"augsburg" Discussed on Messengers

Messengers

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"augsburg" Discussed on Messengers

"Think a minute during a football game I'm of Augsburg University in America Augsburg was losing but late in the game defensive tackle David Stevens came off the bench and sparked a comeback in his teammates he made two important tackles and recovered a fumble to get the ball back for his team. The crowd cheered and roared as he held the ball up high to inspire his team David Stevens was born to a woman who had taken an anti nausea drug for pregnant women in the early nineteen sixties but the drug ended up causing terrible birth defects so David was born with no legs David's mother then abandoning making his tragic young life even worse but then David was adopted bill and be Stevens David new father and mother loved him very much they supported and encouraged him as well as challenged him to do his very best to reach his full potential even though he had no legs they made him learn to do things for himself and they never put him in a wheelchair instead when David was three years old they had special artificial legs made for him in school David became a student leader made good grades and had many friends in fact he not only played football also basketball baseball and hockey he even became a champion wrestler when he started driving a car the license bureau offered him handicapped license plates but he politely refused saying those are for people who really need them I'm not disabled you see from the time he was young David was taught never to think of himself as disadvantaged or a cripple instead he learned to discipline and train himself so he was able to do so much more than anyone ever thought he could and whatever problem or obstacle might be facing youtube can discipline yourself to either rise above it or push right through it to achieve your life goals and dreams so today why not ask Jesus give you free wrong attitudes and way of living than ask him to take control of your heart and character so no matter what difficulties you face he'll help you with his power to start disciplining in training yourself to reach your full potential and fulfill all the great plans he has for you just think a minute thank him in it short to the point thought provoking and memorable this came on the radio in the morning while I was on the way into the office I can see myself turning up the volume a little leaning in then when I get to the office saying hey did you hear about that football player I'm thinking today in radio seconds count ten seconds for the intro then Jan talked for about two minutes ten seconds been an invitation to their worship services or pointless interest to a website then they do their own tagline the end why people's church crafting a two messages usually quite a bit more challenging than writing a thirty minute message it's like every word has to count and we know how many signs it can be and yeah so it is it is it is tough I mean you can put in a lot than intro with humor with illustrations with points with a closing all in two minutes the Gettysburg address was two minutes long and considered probably the most the greatest and most effective speech in American history by any means we're going to get to where this all started but now today thinking is global it's used by local churches to connect with nonbelievers through radio also other formats like tv daily newspaper columns and English teaching outreach I think a minute has a presence at least thirty eight countries thirty eight let me just give you a few on the list the Philippines Thailand Japan Uganda Ethiopia Germany Croatia Spain Argentina Mexico and Sri Lanka Dijon Wickramaratne E radio on five stations three times a day top FM stations and about two million people listening it's become very very popular in the capital of and they have about one hundred thousand people getting the messages by text SMS text.

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"augsburg" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"augsburg" Discussed on WTVN

"Hour three sixty five your Glock forty three and forty two now with forty three x forty eight. See the markets today. They went after that. I'm looking at a if this is an actual picture of it or if it's just a rendering. But it. Yeah. It falls right into that category. If you look at it. I mean, you could put all of those on a page and say these are all fairly similar, and the one thing I was saying about it rich is when you look at the picture, it looks like it could be a little chintzy. But I would imagine that when you see it in person, it probably is going to be a pretty nice little pistol. Well, the thing is when I contacted my buddy over at Mossberg now Peter would kill me because I would put your last name, but I can't. I won't even attempt to pronounce that one of the things that Peter ragged about was when they had five of the industry writers come down at test-fire that God. New gone that are viewed by writers. Let's face it. Their prototypes. They've Al functionary issues outside of the the king of polymer pistol. This gun went two thousand rounds without one single hit. Go with the five riders all were commenting about that's pretty impressive because I know a lot of writers. Limp wrist quite a bit. So, you know, that's problem. You know, and I've always been kind of a Remington fan when it comes to shock, but I might actually become a Mossberg person here too. If this thing turns out as an ISIS, it looks and sounds it's got a lot of features that are really unusual. I mean, it does the magazines for the first time, they're clear magazines. So you can take a look they're called clerk clear count power MAG. And that's pretty interesting. It's already got a melted slide, but do you know much about this safe take down system? It sounds like you can just remove the back end plate. And then. Just removed the striker from the from the handgun to take it apart. Exactly Augsburg has been opening about the use of breakdown a lot of guys that will compete against guac. And they'll always use the telling point you don't have to take the gun down. They always use it at the deli point. But once again Mossberg jumped on that board, and they're safe take down system, ensures note, trigger polls required for for this athlete. Wow. That's pretty so you don't have to remember if it's do I pull the trigger. Do I don't pull the trigger weight is just not coming apart. Well, then it's broken the strike around the back. And there you go. What else? What else are you seeing on the horizon that that you're interested in rich? Well, the one thing I've been saying for many many years is you know, what God is a gun bullet barrel. They're all the same. It's all the chassis. That drives it that drives up the buy. It looks dry our industry of it. Looks cool will buy it. What there is a company that is out of the Czech Republic. And I'll probably butcher their name. But it's called the live Liuhua, go L A, U, G, O, armed Czechoslovakia..

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"augsburg" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

Dots, Lines & Destinations

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"augsburg" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

"The adding ice famous cool didn't get enough of the local food i did get that one giant pastry thing breakfast pastry i was wondering run by the farmers marketplace building it open at seven thirty no one was actually walking around like i want has some forty five in the shots were still closed and they worked as bakery was still setting up but i solemn pull up like piping hot trey of something out and put on by my i'll have one of those a what it is it's freshness oughta the the of that i know that it that he knows made here just now that's what i'll be eating today and it was delicious i slept like a in turkey would be a boric i thing like the phil o'donnell and then layered with in this case cheese a local fateh and one of the guys despite on another if i said also having buttering again it that very well maybe i'm not good enough to notice the all the details but was delicious i wanted more nice so he said it and he took was air from sofia to not it was there from sofia to meghan munich west um as how it's listed it's like the furthest calling at munich community this is a disservice to munich we were in augsburg are they announced the trade immune mimica like ha ha munich western augsburg is munich and lincoln not many again was cute little airport they have a because sofia is so it's eurozone or not you is not eurozone and it's not shanyan but it is eu so i i which a completely should me up for some reason i thought of schengen so there was like them an extra migration so leaving was nobody i was slightly taken action in munich and actually to switch from the nuclear backed main pierre as light under and get a pretzel so did they so did you had stamped in against bulgaria yes i said stamp out at munich and stand back and in bulgaria that's frith awesome.

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"augsburg" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"augsburg" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"A camera brooke who yet oh i hope um or public iran in many more curb world oh oh probably not whoa oh include deal early on we are almost nil i really do hope on all uh home what hear what am i friendz his work denver the former navy seal who who wrote his book damn few in it it and other seal books led to the increase interest in young men and women trying to become seals no woman has yet done so but it is vital that people from every community be in the bureau and that the bureau be open to them does the bureau continue recruit heavily with arabicspeaking muslim americans whoa the doing a wonderful job all all opening embargo woo hollarin' augsburg media because the great you all you were all immigrant per month old we all of more real every week or religion and all when world where environment me law that will only tim reform both of all there's no way luna nor hug a walk one a little on you can of course go to hear you a dot com the book club be can order it american radical from.

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