Pr. Bruss and Pr. Kerns are at it again, this time going over the sedes doctrinae (Ln. seat of doctrine) for the Lord’s Supper in Luke 22:15-20. Pr. Bruss even sings one of his favorite hymns.
Pr. Bruss and Pr. Kerns don’t waste any time listening to the sacramentarians. They get straight to the text of Scripture without either one getting a migraine.
Dr. Michael S. Heiser’s argument breaks down in this episode. Based on what Heiser is arguing against, Pr. Bruss breaks down too.
Dr. Michael S. Heiser lays out his argument for being a sacramentarian by denying John 6 has anything to do with the Lord’s Supper. Pr. Bruss and Pr. Kerns agree with him on this, but he’s building his argument.
This sermon was delivered by sacramentarian Tim Blevins. As you can tell towards the end, Tim’s background is Pentecostal Holiness. He doesn’t start speaking in tongues, but you know he wants to. Pr. Bruss and Pr. Kerns analyze what he teaches about the Lord’s Supper.
This sermon was delivered by sacramentarian Jeff Kapusta. He is your typical hipster pastor with the trendy short sleeve T-shirt so you can see his tats. However, rather than discuss his apparel, Pr. Bruss and Pr. Kerns are more worried about his teaching.
The gift that keeps on giving…
Joe Santee is of the Baptist/Reformed bent. He gives Pr. Bruss and Pr. Kerns lots of fodder to discuss. So much in fact that they had to break it into two episodes.
Pr. Bruss and Pr. Kerns continue to listen and discuss David Platt’s sermon on the Lord’s Supper. This is their 2nd podcast. The sound quality isn’t much better, but the content is! Enjoy…
Our 1st podcast. As you can tell, Pr. Bruss and Pr. Kerns aren’t professional sound engineers, but if you know of one, call them! It gets better, so have some patience. Enjoy.