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Category: Historical
Gregory of Nyssa gives a brief exhortation on the Christian faith in the face of idolatry and heresy. 
Mike Reeves introduces us to the life and influence of the titanic early Church theologian, Augustine of Hippo. 
Martin Luther's 1518 theology of the cross was vital step in his theological growth – and a brilliant look at how God is made known through the cross of Christ. 
In the fourth of five instalments reading through Luther's teaching on the first commandment, we come to the threat and the promise God attached to it. 
Jeremiah Burroughs' sermon on the sufficiency, goodness, and glory of Jesus Christ is unmissable. 
Dan Hames reads Luther's teaching on the First Commandment from his Large Catechism in the first of five instalments. 
Jeremy Begbie makes a case to begin thinking about biblical inspiration with the doctrine of God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. 
Kyle Strobel talks about why Jonathan Edwards said God is 'religious'. 
Mike Reeves gives a one hour rundown of Church History from the Church Fathers to Schleiermacher. Fasten your seatbelt! 
Gregory of Nyssa writes against the Macedonians, who denied the divinity of the Holy Spirit.