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On Theology in the Raw, Preston takes a fresh look at what the Bible really says, as he challenges opinions and traditions--yes, even his own. Homosexuality, sex, porn, drinking, immigration, racial tensions, violence, ISIS, Trump, guns, patriotism, you name it. If it's of interest, you can expect Preston to address it. Think of it as theology for the rest of us. If you have any questions you'd like him to address on the show, email them to chris@prestonsprinkle.com. Hate mail and tirades wi ...
 
Theology on the Go is a brief conversation on eternal truths. It features Jonathan Master — seminary president and author — and James Dolezal — author and university professor. Each bi-weekly discussion features a key biblical doctrine in both a thoughtful and accessible way, proving the relevance of theology for Christians every day!
 
The Theology Pugcast is three over-educated Reformed guys grumbling about what bugs them, and sometimes even barking about what they like. The show usually is recorded in a pub--that's why there is some background noise on occasion. The topics can vary widely seeing as the Pugsters have different spheres of knowledge and interest, but common themes which appear regularly include the transcendence of God and the meaningfulness of His creation. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-theol ...
 
Reclaiming My Theology is a podcast and community taking our theology back from ideas and systems that oppress. My name is Brandi Miller, some of you know me as @brandinico in online spaces. For over a decade, I have been exploring, unlearing, and reimagining my faith outside of systemic oppression and want to bring you along with me! Each season of the podcast will be a deep dive into a form of systemic oppression and ask how the values of oppressive ideas shape our hearts, minds, politics, ...
 
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Activist Theology Podcast

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Activist Theology Podcast

Dr. Robyn Henderson-Espinoza & Rev. Anna Golladay

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A conversation fueled by analysis and activism, all in pursuit of getting our hands dirty to achieve social liberation. We believe in the work of social healing and we believe that there needs to be a diversity of tactics to achieve social healing. We hope the Activist Theology Podcast will be one way that we can explore the work of liberation and healing justice.
 
For lots of people the idea of thinking about theology seems pretty boring. But it shouldn't be like that. Theology is about knowing and loving God. In this podcast, join Karl Deenick, a pastor, theologian, writer and lecturer, as he digs deep into theology, the Bible and the Christian life, not just for the sake of it, but so we can love God more with all our heart, soul, mind and strength.
 
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Queer Theology

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Queer Theology

Queer Theology / Brian G. Murphy & Shannon T.L. Kearns

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For over 6 years, Brian G. Murphy and Fr. Shannon TL Kearns have shared an LGBTQ perspective on a different Bible passage each week. Most weeks, the show covers a passage from the upcoming Sunday's lectionary but also occasionally covers current event, special themes, and important events like Coming Out Day or Transgender Day of Remembrance. Join tens of thousands of listeners from around the world for the Bible, every week, queered.
 
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Theology on Air

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Theology on Air

Theology on Tap, Houston

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Theology on Air is a weekly podcast that explores the truth claims of Christianity, often through the eyes of non-Christians. Agnostics, atheists, skeptics, and people of other faiths discuss and debate the issues of the day and the timeless questions of the past. We'll dig deep into theology, the Bible, and current events, but we promise to do so with charity, grace, and a bit of humor. Theology on Air is brought to you by the leadership of Theology on Tap, Houston and recorded at the studi ...
 
The podcast of Cranmer Hall, the theological college within St John's College, Durham University. We explore life’s big questions, and look to join the dots between theology, church, and the world. Philip Plyming, Warden of Cranmer Hall, is joined by a wide range of guests with a wealth of knowledge and experience.
 
So many significant issues are found at the intersection of theology and missions, yet people often speak about one to the neglect of the other. We ask questions about contextualization, honor and shame, biblical interpretation, and the church's mission in the world. Hosted by Jackson Wu, Werner Mischke, and Carrie Vaughn, discussions and interviews seek answers that are biblically faithful and culturally meaningful.
 
Welcome to the Theology on Tap Chattanooga podcast. In each episode, we feature a lecture given by a different writer, scholar, or public intellectual. Each of these talks explores the intersection between theology and culture and how theology can help better guide us towards the common good of society. These talks are given live at our monthly Theology on Tap events at The Camp House in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
 
Following Christ is not the same as following contemporary Christian culture. Lisa and Greg Casimir are going back to the Bible to re-evaluate relevant issues and how to apply them in the messiness of life. Lisa has a master’s degree in theology and Greg has spent years working in a church and they have four children. Together they are living at the intersection of theology and reality. They bring humility, humor, and authenticity to a fun discussion of theology. Join us for theological conv ...
 
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Theology in Motion

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Theology in Motion

The Center for Worship Leadership

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Join Steve Zank for conversations about the theology of Christian worship and how it is relates to practice, design, and culture. The "Theology in Motion" podcast is produced by the Center For Worship Leadership, Christ College, Concordia University Irvine, CA. "Theology In Motion" is a part of the Center for Worship Leadership Podcast Network, for more information and other shows see us at cwlonline.org.
 
Deep Talks: Exploring Theology and Meaning-Making is a podcast dedicated to exploring the integral relationship between theology and all of our efforts to find and make meaning in the world. Fostering nuanced, non-combative dialogue about theology and culture, science, the arts and entertainment, and philosophy within a broad, historic Christian perspective.
 
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Pastor Joel Webbon is joined by crew from “Cross Politic” to discuss what the Bible says about Theonomy, as well as provide an assessment for what the future of America will look like (and particularly the Church in American). Time is short. How should Christians prepare?Di Right Response Ministries
 
Jon and Justin answer some potential objections. They also consider how the grace that justifies is the grace that sanctifies, as well as the Christian's need for the church. Resources:Our video on habitual sinOur episode on the cravings of the fleshOur episode on pietismOur episode on biblicismOur episode on law/gospelOur book on assurance, "Safe"…
 
Mason chats with Lenny Duncan about Lenny's new book, United States of Grace: A Memoir of Homelessness, Addiction, Incarceration, and Hope. We chat about Lenny's story and whether or not there is hope for America. Guest Bio/Info: Lenny Duncan is a writer, podcaster, and Ph.D student and the author of United States of Grace: A Memoir of Homelessness…
 
Jeremy and Kenn react to a portion of one of Furtick's recent "sermons". Do you have an idea for something we should react to you? Send us an email at show@dotheology.com https://dotheology.comhttps://store.dotheology.comhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/DoTheologyContact Us:show@dotheology.comhttps://twitter.com/dotheology​​https://facebook.com/dotheol…
 
In this episode, Rob and Bob begin a new series on familiar psalm that we tend to be drawn to more than others for one reason or another. We begin with one of the most well-known psalms, Psalm 23. Charles Spurgeon calls Psalm 23, “the pearl of the psalms.” Why is this psalm so well loved? We discuss this and other things on today’s episode. Partici…
 
This week we talk about the judgment of charity and deconstructing. Support Theology Gals monthly through Patreon Support Theology Gals with a one time donation through PayPal Theology Gals merch Theology Gals Journals Episode Resourses: A Very Frightening Warning sermon–Pastor Todd Bordow A Call for Theological Triage and Christian Maturity by Al …
 
In this episode, Brandi talks with Jenny Hall about what is lost when we lose or avoid the idea of God as mother. They dive into the theology of God as mother, thinking through the healing we need to do, and offer some ways of being more fully...with the fullness of God. If you like what you hear, subscribe rate and review where ever you listen to …
 
Author of the "The Good News of the Return of the King", Michael Jahosky joins us to talk about "Lord of the Rings" and how it is a kind of parable to the good news of Jesus Christ. If you are a LOTR fan, you won't want to miss it! Learn more about Michael here: https://open.spotify.com/show/3Tfvl8A6qjSERHXKavGWvf…
 
It's a British INVASION! James, Richard and Kat are joined by our British correspondent Rory Thomas as they travel into the streets of London, past and present, and the mind of Edgar Wright in his surprisingly dark film Last Night in Soho. Themes of nostalgia, the connection between exploitation and human pride, and the differential between victim …
 
Magical thinking has not disappeared from the modern political imagination. Politics is not called the ‘dark arts’ for nothing. Wherever one finds groups and individuals intent on forcing their agenda through the system, silencing their opponents, or decimating their foes with lethal violence, one finds shades of black magic. In service of getting …
 
Okay, so if you’re easily offended (and white), then you might want to change the channel. Dr. Tim Gombis is a no-holds-barred honest scholar, who’s not afraid to go to the hard places and challenge the status quo. And that’s exactly what we do in this episode. We discuss the undiscussables; say the quiet things out loud, and push over sacred cows …
 
How might medieval history help us rethink contemporary assumptions about science? How does being made in the image of God affirm our vocation to creativity? How do poetry and science belong together? How do contemplation and imagination contribute to scientific endeavour? How can churches recognise science as God's good gift and not just an obstac…
 
December 5, 2021 Luke 1:68-79 The peace Zechariah prophesied has no meaning apart from the will and purpose of God. Let me repeat it; the peace Zechariah prophesied has no meaning apart from the will and purpose of God. The church cannot make sense of peace and pursue justice in the name of peace, apart from the peace of God embodied in flesh and b…
 
In this week’s guest series episode, we have the Gottesman Chair in English at Yeshiva University, Joy Ladin. She became the first openly transgender employee of an Orthodox Jewish institution, is the author of a memoir of gender transition, National Jewish Book Award finalist Through the Door of Life; the first book-length work of Jewish trans the…
 
You're making progress. Good. But there is some issue in your life that you haven't addressed - some issue that you have been unwilling to deal with. Some sin that you're letting hang on. In Judah, there were a number of good kings. But even the good kings did not take down the "high places" of idolatry. They kept them up. And God held that decisio…
 
* Ruth: "Now it came to pass, in the days when the judges ruled," that the world gained its oldest book of romance. Ruth's love story tells the world's love story. Ruth became King David's great-grandmother. And since Ruth is not a Jewish woman, but a Moabitess, her inclusion in Christ's genealogy (Mat. 1:5) raises interesting questions. Further, R…
 
In this episode I sit down with Terence Lester. Terence is a husband and father, the founder of Love Beyond Walls, a Ph.D student, an activist, and the author of two books: When We Stand and I See You. We discuss justice, and all sorts of themes related in this two part convo. For more information on this podcast and to get extra content from my co…
 
When Kyle Rittenhouse was found not guilty, the nation further affirmed its divide regarding self defense, gun control, protesting, and how just our justice system really is. The violent nature of our community, specifically of white men within our community, gives Robyn and Anna pause. Join them as they navigate this conversation. ––––––––––––––––…
 
In this season finale, we distinguish shame from guilt. The two concepts are often misunderstood. People in the church tend to assume that the Bible emphasizes guilt over shame. Along the way, we miss their significance in Scripture and the ways they impact our lives. For complete show notes, check out the podcast homepage.…
 
I've been taking some time to do some theological responses on YouTube to the recent conversation between Jordan Peterson, John Vervaeke, Bishop Robert Barron, and Jonathan Pageau. This is part 3 in that series (the other's of which are available on YouTube). There was a section of the conversation I could not neglect. Jordan Peterson thinks the Ne…
 
Galatians 4:4 says, "when the fullness of time had come, God sent forth his Son, born of woman." We will explore the strategic timing of Jesus' birth and key historical and social factors that contributed to the rapid spread of Christianity.Di Krista Bontrager
 
American systems actively silence and minimize the voices within Indigeneous communities, resulting in young Native Americans struggling to find representation. Spirit of the Sun, an Indigenous womxn-led nonprofit in Denver, empowers Indigeneous youth to become leaders and amplifies their voices as they advocate for systematic change. Join us on No…
 
Jonathan and James welcome Caleb Cangelosi. He’s the senior pastor of Pear Orchard Presbyterian Church in Ridgeland, MS, and the director and curator of Log College Press, an online archive of mostly 18th and 19th century documents of American Presbyterian writings. Log College Press is a free resource offering thousands of PDFs written by more tha…
 
Bible Prophecy Talk with Chris White Audio podcast:Itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bible-prophecy-talk/id482171080Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cDovL2JpYmxlcHJvcGhlY3l0YWxrLmNvbS9mZWVkL3BvZGNhc3Qv&hl=enSticher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/chris-white-3/bible-prophecy-talkRSS: https://bibleprophecytalk.com…
 
Ian Parkinson joins the podcast to share his wealth of expertise on all things Christian Leadership. Sharing insights from his book "Understanding Christian Leadership" along with many years of leadership in a variety of contexts this is a helpful introcution to some of the big ideas within the field. https://scmpress.hymnsam.co.uk/books/9780334058…
 
We are beginning a new series in which we discuss common phrases and sayings in culture and in the church and putting them to the test of Scripture. We will also discuss them in relation to the church and parenting, getting back to our roots of discussing Scripture, culture, church, and parenting! In this episode, we consider the phrase "The ends d…
 
Kellen Criswell is a pastor, ministry leader, and former missionary who holds and MA in Global Leadership from Western Seminary and is currently working on his doctorate. He is the Executive Director of Calvary Global Network and has a heart for the mission of God and the global church. In this episode we discuss Missional Ecclesiology, which is a …
 
The modern divide between Sunday worship and Monday work has a devastating effect on the health, vibrancy, and effectiveness of Christian worship in the sanctuary and work in the world. Drawing on years of marketplace ministry and biblical research, Rev. Dr. Matthew Kaemingk will lead an evening exploration of the deep biblical connections between …
 
In that last episode of Thinking Theology we began to look at the actions of God, and we began with God’s act of creation. God created everything that is, on his own, without help from anyone else. He made the world for his own sake and purpose. He made it by speaking. He made it good. It’s separate from him but it depends completely on him for its…
 
In this conversation with Dr. Tim Saleska and Kip Fox we explore the song "The Longest Night" based upon Psalm 42 - a part of CWL's Psalm Library. We discuss: 1. the exegesis of Psalm 42, 2. what it is like for a songwriter to work with an academic theologian (and vice versa), 3. going "behind the music" of "The Longest Night".…
 
Why did the Salvadoran military assassinate Ignacio Ellacuría, SJ, and his companions on Nov. 16, 1989? Ellacuría openly and emphatically emphasized this subversive dimension of the Christian faith. He claimed that Latin America is searching for “revolutionary change rather than reformist change” and that Christianity exhibits a “subversive dynamis…
 
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