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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!
 
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 ...
 
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, ...
 
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.
 
Table Theology is a podcast that strives to discuss all aspects of Theology. The Podcast has Josh Morris, Ryan Wright, and Sam Stoddard. We gather at the table to discuss the deep theoretical ideas and the pragmatics of theology. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook!
 
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.
 
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.
 
Christian podcast | Jesus centered, knowledge-based. Pastors, professors, educators, researchers discuss TED Talk type topics that are relevant to life and faith. Hosted at Andrews University, this female hosted Christian podcast tackles relevant discussions from Social Justice, Black Lives Matter, the Trinity, Christianity & the Artist, African-American history and the Church, Theodicy, and How to Study the Bible with professors such as Dr. John C. Peckham, David Assherick, Dr. Calvin B. Ro ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
Theology on Air is a weekly radio show/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 philosophy, science, 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 ...
 
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.
 
As part-devotional and part-90’s retrospective, Mixtape Theology is an exercise in going deeper into the Bible verses behind our favorite 90s CCM songs resulting in a fuller understanding of God and His redemptive plan. We also poke fun and reminisce about what made the 90s Christian culture so awesome. We hope to be funny yet inspiring, kind of like a good Mark Lowry joke about his sweet mama. Hosted by Dr. Ashley Mofield and Rachel Cash. Check us out at mixtapetheology.com. Cool beans.
 
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The Bible is necessary to know God, salvation, and how to live a holy life. We need God’s word for all of life. We cannot live without God’s word. Jesus said in Matthew 4:4, “man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that comes from the mouth of God.” This was in the context of His temptation from Satan. Jesus needed and we need to use th…
 
Ty Manns served as an Army Infantry Officer in tactical assignments in Germany, Korea, and worldwide from 1989 to 2003. Ty has always had a passion for storytelling, which he has not taken into the art of filmmaking. In this conversation, Ty tells us about how PTSD affected his family as a consequence of war, and how faith in Jesus can make the mos…
 
Having just passed the Sunday where the U.S. celebrates mothers (birth and chosen), the understanding many have about family can be conflicting. As kin and chosen family, Nikki Young and Dr. Robyn have a relationship that is beautiful to watch. This episode is full of heart, laughter, and a little bit of tea-spilling. Thelathia "Nikki" Young, Ph.D.…
 
Dr. Brooke Keels has Ph.D. in Psychological and over 10 years of counseling experience. She serves as the Executive Director of Counseling Services for Mercy Multiplied, nonprofit Christian organization that equips people to live free and stay free through Jesus Christ. In this episode, we talk about the rise in suicidality, anxiety, and depression…
 
On this episode with talk with the Just Thinking Executive Producer and host of the BAR Podcast Dawain Atkinson. We talk about his theological development and how he has navigated our current cultural issues. BAR Podcast Network: http://thebarpodcast.com/index.php/the-bar-network/ BAR Podcast: http://thebarpodcast.com/ https://dotheology.comContact…
 
Mason chats with Mick ScottBey Jones about her work as womanist caring for the souls of people in activist movements. They chat about movement chaplaincy, womanism, and much more. Guest Bio/Info: Micky ScottBey Jones is a womanist, justice doula, author, speaker, and director of Healing and Resilience Initiatives at Faith Matters Network. Find Mick…
 
Keith Nester’s tells his conversion story to Catholicism with the R&T crew. Keith Nester is a former pastor/youth pastor with more than 20 years in full-time ministry. Keith served in United Methodist, Assemblies of God, and Evangelical Free churches in various roles. In 2017, after a 20 year long discernment process, Keith resigned his full-time m…
 
Tobias Jones is no stranger to bestseller lists and best-of-year reviews. He writes books: investigative journalism, current events and fiction, as well as chronicles of his adventures in community living. There are few people who have thought as deeply, or written as well, about human cultures and movements and the hidden powers that govern our pr…
 
People use the phrase "racial reconciliation" all the time. But what does it mean? How does the gospel affect what we think about race? Does the culturally popular view of thinking about people as oppressed and oppressor really work to bring people together, or does it sew seeds of division? What does our theology tell us about how God views people…
 
As someone who loves cultural theology, I’m completely fascinated by ancient and modern myths and how those mythological stories serve as guiding stories for entire civilizations. Whether it is the ancient tales of Zeus and the Greek Olympian gods or the myths of virtuous super-human heroes and lazer sword wielding wizards that fill our comic book …
 
This week, Blake and Justin sit down, sip a type of French apple brandy called Calvados, and recap episodes 21, 22, & 23 on the doctrine of God or Theology Proper. The guys provide a quick refresher on key terms, doctrines, and concepts, while also setting the stage for the upcoming series of episodes (and interviews) diving deeper into Theology Pr…
 
Covid-19 has had a profound and devastating impact on the world. How do we begin to make sense of it all, and what have our reactions revealed about who we are as human beings? Author and speaker Thomas Fretwell joins us to explore this questionOxford Big Questions is a series of talks aimed at exploring the big questions of life, investigating the…
 
Today on Table Theology, we have Greg Boyd. Greg Boyd is a pastor, theologian, and author. He has written on many subjects, but the one he is well known for is Christian Nationalism. We discuss the issue of Christians putting their faith in their nation, rather than putting their faith in God. How God and Nation should not be married together. We s…
 
In today’s episode the guys unpack Plato's understanding of human psychology and social order. They note his positive insights as well as limits as they set forth fuller Christian insights into the ways in which improper ordering of our desires tends toward destructive political orderings. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-theology-pu…
 
This week we revisit an earlier episode on narcissism. We’ll be back starting next week with new episodes. Support Theology Gals monthly through Patreon Support Theology Gals witt a one time donation through PayPal Theology Gals merch Theology Gals Journals Women can join Theology Gals Facebook Group Theology Gals-Ladies Theology Discussion and Enc…
 
Cinemaguy and The Popcorn Theologian find themselves working with a new Captain Reviewer on this episode, looking at issues of legacy, motivation, hope, and how a post-Rogers' MCU reflects the time of the Judges (plus some geek reflections on costume choices). If you like what you are hearing and want to help support our show, consider pledging to …
 
What is it that's so special about the Gospel of John? How do the stories of people meeting Jesus get us to the heart of the Fourth Gospel? What does life as friends of Jesus really involve? And what hope does it offer us today? Ian Galloway is director of the Free Church Track at Cranmer Hall in St John's College, Durham University. He previously …
 
Lisa learns something new about Greg in this episode! Lisa geeks out a bit about personality typing and we talk about how big of a role personality has in our identity. We also get into how understanding personality impacts our marriage and how understanding our kids' personalities helps us to parent them better. Of course we spend time in the Bibl…
 
#MatthewKorpman #sayingnotogod #theodicy Welcome back to Advent Next, a theological podcast curated for curious faith discussions. Today we are at part 3 of our discussion with Matthew Korpman discussing some insights and principles from his book “Saying No to God.” I hope that these episodes continue to peak your curiosity to go back and study Scr…
 
We received another question about polyamory, and we’re happy to be getting more and more of these types of questions because it means people are starting to get more comfortable talking about it! This listener from Tumblr is in a mono-poly relationship: meaning one is monogamous while the other one is poly. The listener asks, “Any advice on how we…
 
Further Reading Alister E. McGrath (2017). Christian Theology: An Introduction. Sixth Edition. West Sussex, UK: Wiley Blackwell. Bruce Milne (2009). Know the Truth: A Handbook of Christian Belief. Third Edition. Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic. William Lane Craig (2007). “In Intellectual Neutral,” in Paul Copan & William Lane Craig, (eds.). Passion…
 
In this short book, originally delivered as an oral address in 1911, Princeton theologian and professor Benjamin B. Warfield addresses his seminarians in anticipation of their upcoming theological studies He stresses to them the importance of not divorcing theological study from functional, religious (or what we might call "spiritual") experience.…
 
Many Christian parents are struggling to disciple their kids in the midst of a hostile culture. We talk to our friend, Elizabeth Urbanowicz, about strategies to train kids to take every thought captive for Christ.Elizabeth's website: https://foundationworldview.comConnect with Us:Web site: https://www.allthethingsshow.comEmail: attlivestream@gmail.…
 
"The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He makes me to lie down in green pastures; He leads me beside the still waters. He restores my soul; He leads me in the paths of righteousness for His name's sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil; for You are with me." Psalm 23…
 
* The Prophet Isaiah: Thus saith the Lord. From the first chapter to the last, through this ministry in Judah, God’s voice is heard loud and clear. Not surprisingly, the Hebrew prophet Isaiah confronts the church and the political leaders of our day as forcefully as he did 2,700 years ago the ancient nation of Israel. Bob Enyart’s verse-by-verse st…
 
In this episode, Brandi is joined by Karen Gonzalez to talk about immigration, xenophobia and theology. Karen helps ground the conversation in history, theology, and helpful next steps as we attempt to have a theology formed by the way of Jesus and the wisdom of the Hebrew scriptures. You can find Karen on Instagram at @_karenjgonzalez You can find…
 
This week we continue our march through Philippians by looking at 1:12-20. In it, we see the advancement of the gospel through Paul's imprisonment and the repercussions of this work. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/simple-theology/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/…
 
What should we do when where we are is not where we expected or wanted to be? How do we react when God has placed us in a situation that is very different than what we’d planned or hoped? What are we supposed to do when God’s timing is different than our own? While these times can be discouraging, it is important that Christians to remember that no…
 
Pope Francis has proclaimed 2021 to be a Year of Saint Joseph. This month we were blessed to be joined by Archbishop Peter Comensoli, who shared with us some wonderful reflections on this patron saint of the universal Church. Prior to the Pope's proclamation, Archbishop Comensoli had dedicated the Archdiocese and city of Melbourne to Saint Joseph's…
 
In this conversation with Rev. Dr. Matthew Kaemingk we explore the book Work and Worship - Reconnecting Our Labor and Liturgy. We discuss: 1. What it looks like for workers to bring their whole selves to worship (trumpets, ashes, tears, petitions, and fruits), 2. How worship enlivens and contextualizes the workplace, 3. The Old Testament and Early …
 
“I Have Learned to be Content…” The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals sponsors the Quakertown Women’s Conference in Quakertown, Pennsylvania. This year’s conference will be livestreamed on Facebook and YouTube May 14th and 15th, and the theme is “Contentment in Christ.” Among some very special speakers is Megan Hill. She’s a pastor’s wife, mom of…
 
This week on Theology Simply Profound, Rob and Bob continue a discussion of John Bunyan’s, The Pilgrim’s Progress, Book 2. In this episode, we discuss the Christiana and her company traveling to the House of the Interpreter and that is revealed to Christiana and Mercy throughout the rooms and garden. Participants: Rob McKenzie, Robert Tarullo…
 
"They say, Lord, piety is speaking to you, // but madness is hearing you // speak back." And so Natasha Oladokun stings her audience in her 2020 poem "Black Credit." In line after line, essay after essay, and poem after poem, Oladokun teases out of us what good literature usually teases out of us: An unmistakable smallness before the vast expanse t…
 
Recommended Reading on LoC Bolton, Samuel. The True Bounds of Christian Freedom. London: J.L., 1645. A slightly edited version has been published by The Banner of Truth Trust in their Puritan Paperbacks series, pick up on pg 20 Calvin, John. Institutes. Book 3, chapter 19. John. “A Brief Instruction in the Worship of God,” Works of John Owen, vol. …
 
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