Four guys at a table.
A list of provocative and sublime topics.
All they’re told in advance is, “Bring your Bible and your brain.”
Just straight from the heart, conversation about the things that matter most.
During the Reformation Martin Luther held informal conversations with friends. They would get together and banter back and forth about theology and the practical matters of life. These discussions came to be known as “table talk.” This was one of the ways Luther modeled for us “the priesthood of all believers,” the idea that all the followers of Jesus are mediators and ministers of the gospel as opposed to the papal notion that the “clergy” alone are called by God to handle His word and deliver it to the “laity.”
Here at Light Bearers, Jeffrey Rosario, James Rafferty, David Asscherick and myself often engage in casual blab sessions regarding biblical topics. As with Luther and his friends long ago, we have experienced the blessing and benefit of talking …
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