Pastor Charmley chimes in as Lumpy proceeds in his project of enumerating Calvinist confessions. Bryan and Evan also play bumper sticker/church sign theology and finish up with 10 commandments in the news.
Before sticking kids' music through the praise song cruncher, we response to the a Calvinist's assertion that the Book of Concord is not neat and tidy and Calvinist's confessions are. Then we introduce the brand new game "Meet My Neighbor, the Cult Member."
Finally, Lumpy joins us to give us his conclusions on the question "Did John Calvin teach that Jesus didn't die for everyone." Then we play "Church Sign and Bumper Sticker Theology" to beef up our catalog of worldviews, and end up playing "10 commandments in the News."
Lumpy returns (again) to report his findings on the question, did Calvin really teach that Jesus didn't die for everyone. Then, we play "Which Ladder" with some crazy scientist, Glenn Beck and some Christians who go to "The Rock."
After our TTR Listeners endure another session with Lumpy, we crunch your favorite praise songs, "All in All" and "Grace Alone."
After answering listener emails about the certainty of "Once Saved Always Saved," Lumpy is on the scene to answer the question, "Do Calvinists really believe that Jesus didn't die for everyone?" Lastly, we play Bible Bee with guest star Pastor Ryan Ogrodowicz of Victory Lutheran Church in Newark, TX.
Do Methodists have the sacraments? Table Talk Radio has hired a private investigator to discover the answer and he reports during the first part of the show. Then, we answer an email and play Table Talk Jeopardy with the categories "Lutheran Theologians" and "Types of the Old Testament."
After a brief hiatus (Pastor Wolfmueller's fault), Table Talk Radio returns to play "Name that Church Body" and to discuss your church signs and bumper stickers all after responding to an email about Calvinism.
After responding to an email concerning the nation of Israel, we play every Calvinist's favorite game, "Name that Calvinist Document," then play "Answer the Question As" with Dr. Cameron MacKenzie, professor of history at Concordia Theological Seminary.
Table Talk Radio plays bumper sticker theology as reported by listeners and answers a few email questions. Then Pastor Charmley, pastor of an Independent Reformed Evangelical Church in Stoke on Trent, UK, joins Evan and Pastor to talk about the differences between Lutheranism and Calvinism.