Episode #100 – WE MADE IT!

In this very special LIVE episode, Tim and Lewis were live on Google Hangouts On Air and were joined by our special listeners Michael Salinas, Russell HollanderLisa Cooper, Angie Wagner, Karl Tervo, and Kathy Strauch, and a few other people who watched in the background. All our guests were able to ask questions and Tim and Lewis answered as best they could, even a question we haven’t been able to get to for months from Jim. We loved seeing them and we really enjoyed the experience. We’ll do it again before we hit 200!

Here’s the article Tim referenced in response to Lisa’s question on head coverings.

Thank you to ALL our listeners. We couldn’t really do the show without you, and we’re glad you’ve been with us as Boars in the Vineyard has evolved over the last three years. We’re looking forward to whatever it is that comes next for Boars with you!

 

Opening music: Listener“Eyes to the Ground for Change”

Other things: Amos Lee, “Tricksters, Hucksters, and Scamps”; David Ramirez, “Viva La Vida;” Neil Young, “Good to See You

Closing Music: Jovan Mackenzy“Reformata”

 

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One thought on “Episode #100 – WE MADE IT!

  1. For the guy on your show who asked a question about infant baptism and how to work through that with your wife:

    My wife and I were in a similar situation. I converted to Lutheranism (more or less) around September/October of 2015. My wife has come along with me, but it took some time.

    I would say that Jordan’s podcasts on infant baptism were great for us. It’s great theology and it’s so convenient as a podcast. You can definitely direct your listener there. Also, Jordan put out a booklet with 2 writings from Krauth on baptism. Those were helpful as well. I highlighted/underlined a million things in that book and handed it to my dad who is a sort of on again/off again Evangelical. I’ve also been meaning to buy a copy for my close friend who left the Reformed Baptist tradition for the OPC, primarily for the Law/Gospel confusion we both saw.

    Anyways, those were good resources for us when we were in a very similar situation, so I’m hoping those might help him.

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