Pr. Riley and Pr. Gillespie triple dip into Albrecht Peters’ commentary on Martin Luther’s Small Catechism, Baptism and Lord’s Supper. This week they discuss the Lord’s Supper, nostalgia, ego and old Adam, and real versus wished-for change. 

Text: Albrecht Peters, Commentary on Luther’s Catechisms: Baptism and the Lord’s Supper, pg. 223-224

Show Notes:

The Southern Harmony & Musical Companion – Black Crowes

Ill Communication – Beastie Boys

Wildflowers – Tom Petty 

Neil Postman – Amusing Ourselves to Death

Ego Vacations

Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE)

Soft Language – George Carlin

ER – “Real Savior”

Naked Gun Queen scene

Justified (FX)

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