Hoagies & Stogies: Open Mic Night

MP3 are available! You might want to go straight to the download page, or try these links:

  1. Stephen Kazules: Why All Pastors Should Know Greek and Hebrew
  2. Mike Ewing & Reuben Settergren: The History of H&S
  3. Jeff Kazules: The Reformers Were Theonomistic
  4. Ryan Guyer: Pastors Should Not Conduct Marriage Ceremonies
  5. Ben Rochester: I Am A Feminist
  6. Even Bowman: The Importance Of Street Preaching
  7. Josh Brisby: Infant Baptism
  8. Reuben Settergren: Solomon, Reprobation & Canon

For more details on #3, follow here

For more on #8, check out this and that

For more on #7, try thisthat, and the other

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3 Responses

  1. […] Here is the introduction. (When Reuben posts the recording, I’ll provide a link. Here it is: https://ruberad.wordpress.com/2010/10/03/hns-open-mic-night/). The argument that reformers were theocrats not theonomists comes directly from Dr. R. Scott […]

  2. […] Justice to Equity Our old friend Kazooless has been serializing his talk from Hoagies & Stogies: Open Mic Night about the historicity of Theonomist thought throughout the Reformation. The fourth and latest […]

  3. […] to Hoagies & Stogies; or for all you regulars, welcome back. Since the last two events were Open Mic Night, and the one-man interview with David Zadok about Israel, it’s been Nine Long Months since we […]

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