Welcome to Theologicus. My name is Joseph Louthan and I am the host and the author behind Theologicus. What is this channel all about? To quote, “I am simply trying to waste my time with God.” This channel is all about God: his kindness, his love, and mercy towards us. We are live streaming every weekday twice a day. Devotions in the mornings and Studies in the evenings. The podcast is posted soon afterward. Show notes are forever available for free at https://theologic.us Hope you join us. “No pen, no words, no image can express to you the loveliness of my only, only Lord Jesus.” – Samuel Rutherford
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