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Modern Reformation Conversations - Dr. Rod Rosenbladt

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We sat down to chat with Dr. Rosenbladt about his article in this month's issue of Modern Reformation, 'What Drove Luther's Hammer', and learned about sleeping on concrete floors, a ruined gastrointestinal tract, and the stupidest decision ever made in Western Christianity.  If you know of anyone who thinks they can earn their way to heaven with good behavior, share the video.



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  • Guest - Dan

    A good summarization of his "Conference at Sea" audio, all of which was excellent.

    Do you still have those MP3s online?

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  • Guest - Karen Janssen

    Good question. Is it online and how can I get it?

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  • Guest - Brooke Ventura

    Yes, the magazine is available as a download via the Modern Reformation website, www.modernreformation.org - click on this link to go to the subscription page.

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  • Guest - Dan

    Shazam! Found the MP3 link:
    http://www.whitehorseinn.org/cruise-lectures.html

    As I said, they're all excellent.

    Key soundbite/paraphrases from the others that stuck with me as I listened to these:
    Riddlebarger - "I came to the realization that I was no longer one of them"; his story was one of several ironies and twists
    Jones - "Know the soil that you walk on", or, be aware of the background/culture of your own church as you consider the feasibility of reformation

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