Episode 76: Augsburg Confession (article 22)

 

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Well, we set out to talk about article 22, but we got distracted a bit by an early Christmas present that we opened on the air.  When we finally get around to it, Article 22 of the Augsburg Confession is the first of the correct articles dealing with abuses and errors of the medieval Roman church.  The first on the table is communion under one kind (bread only) for the laity.

We’re talking about it in this episode, along with some seasonal stuff, Hannukah, Kwanzaa, and yes, you guessed it – more bacon.  This time it’s dark chocolate and applewood smoked bacon with alderwood smoked salt.  All in good, clean fun.  Well, good fun at least.

Here’s the source of the chocolate bar we’re talking about, in case you are tempted:  http://www.vosgeschocolate.com/

Here’s Katrina Markoff’s site – enough said:  http://www.peaceloveandchocolate.com/

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7 Responses to “Episode 76: Augsburg Confession (article 22)”

  1. If Holy Communion were celebrated with dark chocolate and bacon, I would seriously consider enrolling in seminary. ;)

  2. wrmyers says:

    Searching for a download link.

  3. wcwirla says:

    Slight error in programming. It’s fixed and the link is working.

  4. Paul Harmelink says:

    Cocoa and Oysters is now up at her blog! http://www.peaceloveandchocolate.com/2009/12/16/chocolate-oysters/#comments
    Blessing to you both. Continue your ministry knowing you are tools of the Lord!
    PDH

  5. Cocoa & Oysters are now at her website: http://www.peaceloveandchocolate.com/2009/12/16/chocolate-oysters/#comments

    Blessings to you both and continue your ministry as you are effective tools for the Lord.

    PDH

  6. Tim says:

    I like this episode SO much, I’ve listened to it 3 times, and counting.

  7. Audrey Russo a vegetarian and Jonathan Kersting a bacon lover had me on the show to talk about the business of blogging and my new projects and . Even after I was off the air the next guess ended up talking about bacon.

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