April 2, 2013What the New Pope Means for the Future of the Church

Darrell Bock, J. Lanier Burns, J. Scott Horrell, Leopoldo Sánchez
01:43
Leopoldo Sanchez, as a Latin American Lutheran, discusses his background and mixed response to the selection of a Latin American pope
4:00
Scott Horrell’s view that the church was wise to select Francis as pope
6:13
Lanier Burns’ view of Pope Francis as a servant-leader
08:08
Insight into the character of Francis from a personal friend, Luis Palau, a well-known Latin evangelical
10:27
The tension between the person of Jorge Bergoglio and the office of pope
16:36
Scott Horrell describes the character of the new pope and the Catholic faith in Latin America, along with some history of the relationship to Protestant churches.
24:28
Lanier Burns on Francis and his ability to hold the Catholic community together
29:17
Leopoldo Sanchez discusses the opportunity for a moral conservative and socially conscious outlook with a new pope and his potential impact for the church, both Catholic and Protestant
33:51
Lanier Burns addresses the roots of the papacy.
37:42
When was the beginning of the papacy?
43:21
Leopoldo Sanchez describes the office of the pope and the structure of Roman Catholic theology
48:11
Who are the Lutheran Confessors?
51:59
Practical advice for evangelicals ministering to Catholics
59:42
Protestant relationships with the Roman Catholic Church, given their differences