‘You Are Not Your Own,’ with Dr. Alan Noble

Alan Noble rejoins the whole crew to discuss the implications of Q&A #1 from the Heidelberg Catechism.

What is our only comfort in life and in death? It’s that we do not belong to ourselves, but that we belong body and soul to Jesus Christ. Alan Noble thinks that if we will embrace this teaching, the church will be able to weather modernity. How exactly does that play out in our daily lives? That’s what he talks about with Matt, Derek, Alastair, and Andrew(!) on this episode.

Links Mentioned:

Christ and Pop Culture

Books by Alan Noble

Book Giveaway for the Merrie Band™

The Tweet


Dr. Alan Noble
Inhuman World
High Pressures Self-Optimization
Mindset vs Circumstances
Remember the Poor
Heidelberg Tweet
Comfort in Death

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