Grace on Tap

Grace on Tap


Latest Episodes

Episode 48 – 4th Commandment Part 2
August 08, 2019

Episode 48 - Fourth Commandment Part 2

Episode 47 -4th Commandment Part 1
July 17, 2019

We begin our discussion of the fourth commandment explanation by Martin Luther in the Large Catechism. Beer Break Griffin Claw Brewing Company on Eton Road in Birmingham, Michigan. El Rojo Red Ale ABV: 6.5 IBU: 25 A bronze medal winning El Rojo Red Ale...

Episode 46 – 3rd Commandment
June 17, 2019

3rd Commandment - What does it mean to be sanctified by the Lord?

Episode 45 – 2nd Commandment
May 28, 2019

Discussion of the Second Commandment in the Large Catechism. Beer Break – Breakfast Stout from Founder’s Brewery.

Episode 44 – Large Catechism 1st Commandment
May 06, 2019

This episode includes the end of our discussion on the preface and our conversation about Martin Luther’s Large Catechism First Commandment. Beer Break Bell’s Official A year-round offering of a sumptuous hazy ipa from this great Kalamazoo, Michigan,

Episode 43 – Finishing the Preface to the Large Catechism
April 12, 2019

In this episode we finish our examination of Martin Luther’s preface (the long one and the short one) to the Large Catechism. Beer Break Grand Rabbits from Black Rock Brewery in Marquette, Michigan, is our featured beer.

Episode 42 – Large Catechism Preface Part 2
March 14, 2019

This podcast episode continues a new format for Grace on Tap. We provide a running commentary of the Large Catechism as we read it together. This episode nearly concludes our discussion of the preface. You can download the version we are using and foll...

Episode 41 – Commentary on the Preface to the Large Catechism Part 1
February 28, 2019

This podcast episode begins a new format for Grace on Tap. In this episode and the next several we will provide a running commentary of the Large Catechism as we read it together. You can download the version we are using and follow along with our comm...

Episode 40 – Saxon Visitations
February 06, 2019

When Luther and the other Reformers visited the common peasants in Electoral Saxony, they were shocked and deeply dismayed.  Their problems were numerable, running from administrative issues to serious theological gaps. Most concerning,

Episode 39 – The House of Medici
December 12, 2018

After the death of Pope Adrian IV, the young kings of Spain, France and England seemed to be less interested in manipulating the election of the next pope. Perhaps because they realized that they could not predict the behavior of a pope.