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"If you’re a Christian, then church history is your family history. Studying church history is like opening a photo album and exploring your family heritage."

— Matt Smethurst

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Saint Polycarp, Engraving

The Simple Faith of Polycarp

This week, we discuss the Apostolic Father Polycarp, the respectability of a simple faith, and one of the most epic martyrdom stories ever.

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Lectio Divina

Lectio Divina with Discover Sola

This week Discover Sola joins the show to discuss the practice of Lectio Divina and how it can transform your Bible reading.

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Quarantine Q&A with Josh King

Quarantine Q&A With Josh King

In our third and final Q&A, we talk to Josh King about C.S. Lewis’s insights on friendship, the church, and “inner circles.”

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"John Wesley," by the English artist George Romney, oil on canvas.

John Wesley: A Brand Plucked Out of the Fire

John Wesley was a “brand plucked out of the fire” by God, who used him to spark a movement that continues to influence millions of people to this day.

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How the Great Awakening Has Shaped Us

The Great Awakening has had long-lasting effects on our worship and theology even to this day. So, what’s been good, and what needs to change?

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George Whitefield - The Purposed Wanderer

George Whitefield: The Purposed Wanderer

George Whitefield’s passion for Jesus was a contagious catalyst that led to sweeping change throughout American churches during the Great Awakening.

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Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God

The Unfinished Sermon: Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God

The title of Jonathan Edward’s most known sermon reads like a tragedy, but truly it magnifies the beauty of God’s sovereign grace toward sinful humanity.

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Jonathan Edwards: A Serious Faith

Jonathan Edwards: A Serious Faith

With great care, Edwards watched his life, cultivated a deep relationship with the Lord, and proclaimed the good news of the gospel to thousands.