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Modern Reformation Conversations - The Real Presence

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We sat down with the Rev. Dr. John Bombaro of Grace Lutheran Church and professor of religion and philosophy at the University of San Diego to discuss the high art of books, the personality of the tangible, and the effects of the digital on the reality of the Incarnation.

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  • Guest - Alex Garleb


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  • Guest - Rich

    Thank you for this.

    The underlying issue of gnosticism in society and in the church today, even in the Reformed/Presbyterian church, is being greatly ignored to our peril. Materialism and skepticism are being replaced with spiritualism from subjectivist paganism on one side and the secular statist technocracy on the other.

    The Lutherans get this. Real Presence indeed.

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  • Do you mean we can't just use a Eucharist App and take communion virtually?

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  • Though I hold to some Reformed Theology, I have been disillusioned by most Reformed theologians today because of their reluctance to stand up to power and wealth. But as this guy talks about reconnecting with our humanity by the mediums we choose to communicate the Gospel, I am thrilled. Can't thank John enough for his words here especially when we live in a time where, as a friend of mine often says, progress is measured by how far we get away from nature.

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  • Guest - Mike

    The medium is the massage

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  • Guest - Richard

    Great message. The Church should represent a refuge from the world, not a place that reflects the world. Word and sacrament are the opposite of entertainment and pop psychology. The church should be making followers of Christ not seekers of a higher power.

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  • This is excellent - totally orientating us back to what is essential about our faith (God, in Christ, reconciling the real world back to Himself) and speaking loudly about the cardinal themes of creation and redemption. A joy to hear and to share.

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