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In this episode, Gillespie and Riley dive into another letter from John Hus. This week, they take a critical look at Hus and discuss the influence of traditional Roman doctrine on Hus’ calls for reform.

Our Text: John Hus, To the Faithful Bohemians (Without date: December 1412)

Show Notes:

Mad Max Beyond Thunderdrome

Penance

A Christmas Story

VeggieTales - Frozen Peas

Hans J. Hillerbrand, The World of The Reformation

Steven Ozment, The Age of Reform

Thomas Tentler, Sin and Confession on The Eve of The Reformation

Heiko Oberman, The Harvest of Medieval Theology

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