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The Podcast bringing you theology, biblical exposition, apologetics, bible study, and cultural commentary from a biblical worldview to help you strengthen and defend the Christian faith. Engaging with Atheism, Creation, evolution, Islam and other world views
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Real Life Theology Podcast

RENEW.org

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We renew the teachings of Jesus to fuel disciple making. We envision disciple-making disciples among all nations and ethnic groups. The Renew.org Network Podcast champions all biblical truth, including hard topics, by sharing discussions, webinars, public presentations and other similar resources.
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Autism and Theology Podcast

Centre for Autism and Theology, University of Aberdeen

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The Autism and Theology Podcast is a space where we engage with the latest conversations in the field of autism and theology, share relevant resources, and promote ways in which both faith and non-faith communities can enable autistic people to flourish. Our episodes are released on the first Wednesday of every month. We have a variety of guests who are related in some way to the field of autism and theology. Some are academics, others are people with life stories to share, and some are both ...
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The Mad and Crip Theology Podcast

Amy Panton and Miriam Spies

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This podcast is hosted by Amy Panton and Miriam Spies. We are Mad and Crip theologians who want to contribute to change. Join us as we talk with theologians, artists, activists, writers and members of the mad/disabled and crip communities who are doing important work in Canada and around the world. This podcast is an opportunity to model how faith communities can engage in theological and spiritual conversations around madness and cripness. For accessibility, transcripts are included beside ...
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A Good Theology Podcast

20/21 Collective

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Taylor Corzine co-founder of 20/21 Collective along with his friends try to answer tough questions concerning theology and humanity through the perspective of western culture and personal experiences.
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Sed Contra: A Podcast of Catholic Theology

The Sacra Doctrina Project

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A podcast featuring some of the founding members of The Sacra Doctrina Project discussing theological questions with other academic theologians and philosophers. The podcast takes place in a quaestiones disputatae style, encouraging lively and charitable debate. Listen to the most recent episode below.
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Theology Matters Podcast

Austin Ryan Griffin

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Theology Matters is a weekly podcast where your host Austin Ryan Griffin discusses theological issues through a biblical world view. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/austin-ryan-griffin/support
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The Bleak Theology Podcast

Burke Gerstenschlager

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An ongoing pessimistic and anxious conversation hosted by Burke Gerstenschlager about God and the human condition in culture, academia, and the arts. Episodes feature theological reflections, as well as interviews with scholars, writers, and artists. Prepare for despair!
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Rap Theology Podcast

EbonyJanice The Hip Hop Womanist

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I'm EbonyJanice of #TheFreePeopleProject. I am a Hip Hop Womanist. You can follow the hashtag #PreachEb on IG to learn more about how I literally am Rap Genius for Hip Hop Lyrics and Scripture. This podcast is about all things hip hop and religion/spirituality. I'll be here every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month! www.hiphopwomanist.com || Email hiphopwomanist@gmail.com to answer weekly Cypher question!
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Faith Bible Church Theology Podcast

Faith Bible Menifee

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The Faith Bible Church Theology Podcast is for the purpose of equipping the saints for the work of ministry. While all Christians are saints, each church is given men particularly to care for and equip the saints for ministry. (Ephesians 4:11-16) In light of that truth, this podcast is the Elders of FBC Menifee and for the saints, that God has brought together at FBC Menifee. As we discuss the truth of the Scripture we are thankful and hopeful that others will listen in on our discussions an ...
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The Shot Put podcast travels in the fascinating and sometimes dangerous border country between theology and psychology, between contemporary psychotherapy and much older forms of soul care. If you’re a provider or a consumer of any form of curative talk (we’re looking at you psychotherapists, pastors, and counselors of every type), and you suspect that both Scripture and neurobiology might have something to teach you about how human beings tick, then this show is for you. Your host is Brian ...
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Hosted and curated by Dr. J. Derek McNeil, Academic Dean at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology, the text.soul.culture podcast is guided by a commitment to understanding narrative, wrestling with complexity/intersections, resisting reactivity, and fostering radical hospitality. Join us for meaningful discourse with faculty, alumni, and other conversations toward the end of developing wisdom and imagination for a world in need of complex thinkers and healers.
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Five For Fruit | Five Minutes of Reformed Theology | The Christian Podcast For The Busy Believer

Cary Gephart: Bringing a Reformed Pastoral Perspective for the Everyday Christian

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A once weekly five minute podcast about the gospel, culture and the Christian life from a reformed perspective. Five For Fruit seeks to encourage fellow believers to grow in the grace and knowledge of their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ by creating biblical, challenging, convicting and encouraging media. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Wisdom and Theology with Bishop Houston Podcast

Bishop, W. F. Houston, Jr, Inspirationalist

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Welcome to "Wisdom and Theology with Bishop Houston," a podcast that seeks to bridge the gap between ancient biblical wisdom and modern theological inquiry. Hosted by Bishop W. F. Houston Jr., each episode is a spiritual journey through the rich landscape of Christian thought and practice. Bishop Houston, with his expository, philosophical, and culturally relevant approach, delves into the sacred texts, bringing them to life with insightful interpretations and introspective reflections. This ...
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For more information about other Renew.Org podcasts visit: https://renew.org/media/podcasts/ Rethinking Church Models: A Shift Towards Multiplication and Disciple-Making Today's Episode talks about the challenges and systemic issues within modern church models, emphasizing the need for a shift from consumer-driven models to a more discipleship and …
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It's the 15th episode of the Nailed It Theology Podcast! To celebrate we're sharing not one, not two, but three Origin Stories in one episode. The Cooley kids join Mike and Tasha in studio to each take the 2-minute Origin Story challenge and answer some questions about their respective walks with Jesus in faith. Enjoy! www.christwashere.com Instagr…
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This week we're continuing our conversation on Politics and Religion with Dr. Curt Nichols. We'll get into how the political splits look across the states, what a civil war would mean in today's world, and how we can expand our horizons when it comes to politics. /// Dr. Curt Nichols is an Associate Professor at Baylor University, where he primaril…
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In this episode Robert gives a short piece on beauty and announces the annual podcast vacation for a few weeks. Enjoy! You can check out our growing list of songs at https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4RVqhqSInWEDLzY2PWncEN?si=aAcBbnFNSoy3uOhVO0gHwQ&pi=u-YCFXXYJVSGKf (Soundtrack of Black Aliveness) To get some of the books that we mention on the pod…
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This week, we are hearing from Aimée O'Connell and Father Mark Nolette about Autism Consecrated. They share about their online space, as well as the story of Saint Thorlak, who is known to many people as the Patron Saint of Autism. The transcript of the episode is available here: https://share.transistor.fm/s/ba08b0d5/transcript.txt Find out more a…
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For more information about other Renew.Org podcasts visit: https://renew.org/media/podcasts/ Transforming Lives Through Disciple Making Movements: A Worker's Journey in India Josh Howard, a worker who has lived in India for over 15 years, shares his transformative experience of leading and witnessing disciple making movements in India. Starting wit…
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It's episode 14 of the Nailed It Theology Podcast! On this episode we introduce a new segment called That Psalm You Give That Psalm You Get, and we start with a discussion on Psalm 138. Then the show goes Parabolic with the parable of the wedding feast. Then the hosts pass Class Notes in a discussion about the history of The Great Schism of 1054 an…
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Send us a Text Message. We are back after a brief hiatus! This episode features a conversation with Konnie Vissers and Wendy Cabell, two contributors to the Spring (2024) issue of The Canadian Journal of Mental Health, Disability, and Theology: Trauma and Resistance. Find Konnie's piece "Sexual Abuse Trauma, Mental Health, and Theology: Why Theolog…
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This week we're talking about Politics and Religion. Whether it's Thanksgiving Dinner, the 4th of July Picnic, or just hanging out with friends and family, politics and religion are due to make an appearance. We'll talk with Dr. Nichols about how politics and religion are relating in today's world and how they make those conversations more difficul…
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In this episode: Mary, Elizabeth, Messiah, Zacharias, John the Baptist, silence, angel, House of David, Holy Spirit, horn of salvation, tent of meeting, horns of the alter, blood, covenant. preparing the way!Become a supporter and get unlimited questions turned into podcasts at: www.patreon.com/theologyandapologeticsYouTube Channel: Theology & Apol…
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What does it mean to be well-read? How can we choose which books are worth our time and which ones aren’t? Is it okay to give up on a book we’re not enjoying? Do audiobooks ‘count’ as reading? On this episode of the podcast we’re tackling all of these questions and a lot more. Our guest is Andy Naselli, professor at Bethlehem College and Seminary a…
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For more information about other Renew.Org podcasts visit: https://renew.org/media/podcasts/ Transforming Faith: From Traditional Churches to Disciple Movements Ron Johnson, the founding pastor of Restoration Church, shares his journey from skepticism to embracing disciple-making movements (DMM) in the U.S. and abroad, including Nepal and India. In…
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It's the 13th episode of the Nailed It Theology Podcast! Pastor Collin Duling returns for more encouraging conversations in God's Word with Mike and Tasha, starting with another Origin Story from Pastor Collin. Then we share some Class Notes from the book of Esther. And finally it's Word in the Moment where we three discuss John 17:11, the High Pri…
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Join us for a great conversation around modernity, existentialism, and loneliness. We'll talk about the need for community and where that can be found in our world today. In Part 2 we look at how we lose connection when we leave the church and some ways to find new forms of meaningful connection and action. Dr. Carron is associate Professor of Phil…
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Each week, Christians around the world gather to worship with their local congregations. How this looks varies from church to church, but there are some aspects that should always be included. Here are 4 essential elements of a worship service. ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ▶ The Regulative Principle of Worship ♫ Psalm Singing Resources 🗒️ Principles for Pu…
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In this episode Rose and Robert continue to have a conversation with Pastor Trey to discuss the contours of Black imagination and the gift that it can be to the world. Trey is a brilliant scholar, theologian, artist, author, and pastor. Check his work out at https://www.pastortrey05.com You can check out our growing list of songs at https://open.sp…
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Navigating Church Leadership and Discipleship in a Changing World For more information about other Renew.Org podcasts visit: https://renew.org/media/podcasts/ Piggybacking off the past 4 episodes this track goes into detail on some very relevant questions about discipleship, and culture. This session engaged with individuals who asked some critical…
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It's the twelfth episode of The Nailed It Theology Podcast! Word in the Moment leads off, where Mike and Tasha discuss Psalm 12, one of David's psalms of lament and praise. Then the show goes Parabolic with the parable of the Good Samaritan from Luke 10: 25-37. Finally, Class Notes returns with a discussion of Justin Martyr, an early apologist of t…
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“And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to His purpose.” - Romans 8:28. This is a well-known and well-loved verse, and yet it is commonly misused, misunderstood, and misapplied. The problem is not that people misuse Romans 8:28 by making it say too much, but by making it say too…
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Join us for a great conversation around modernity, existentialism, and loneliness. We'll talk about the need for community and where that can be found in our world today. Dr. Carron is associate Professor of Philosophy in the BIC at Baylor University. Paul’s research is primarily in ethics and moral psychology, an interdisciplinary subfield of phil…
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In this episode: Miriam, Mary, Jesus, Holy Spirit , John the Baptist, Elizabeth, Magnificat, Mariology, Hannah, daughters of Zion, saviour. Become a supporter and get unlimited questions turned into podcasts at: www.patreon.com/theologyandapologeticsYouTube Channel: Theology & Apologeticswww.youtube.com/channel/UChoiZ46uyDZZY7W1K9UGAnwInstagram: ww…
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In this episode Rose and Robert sit down to have a conversation with Pastor Trey to discuss the contours of Black imagination and the gift that it can be to the world. Trey is a brilliant scholar, theologian, artist, author, and pastor. Check his work out at https://www.pastortrey05.com You can check out our growing list of songs at https://open.sp…
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In this extended episode of Sed Contra, Urban Hannon and Joey Belleza discuss the Most Holy Eucharist and in particular transubstantiation with careful attention to St. Thomas Aquinas' articulation of this doctrine in the Summa theologiae III, q. 75.द्वारा Dr. Joey Belleza, Mr. Urban Hannon
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This week, Krysia, Ian, and Zoe discuss navigating academic conferences as neurodivergent people. They share how often it can be hard to know the social expectations, as well as tips for avoiding burnout. They also tell some of their own stories from conferences. The transcript of the episode is available here: https://share.transistor.fm/s/c77c5a1…
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The Puritans are, at the same time, highly regarded and highly disdained—depending on who you ask. There are many caricatures about who the Puritans were, what they taught, and what they can still teach us today. On top of this, much of their writing can seem difficult for the modern reader. So why should we bother with the Puritans? On this episod…
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For more information about other Renew.Org podcasts visit: https://renew.org/media/podcasts/ In this engaging discussion, three friends, Ryan, Russ, and Tom, share their journeys toward fostering disciple-making movements within their respective churches. Each speaker highlights the fundamental importance of prayer, obedience, and sharing the teach…
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This one goes to 11! It's the eleventh episode of the Nailed It Theology Podcast. We welcome the first guest to the podcast, Pastor Collin Duling who shares a bit of Origin Story with Tasha and Mike. Then we take a turn through Word in the Moment from 2 Samuel. And finally, the show goes Parabolic in the Gospel of Luke with the parable of the Lamp …
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Liberation theology constitutes not only a rupture from Church tradition but also a creative development of this tradition. David investigates the ways that Latin American liberation theologians draw support from, and sometimes critique, the Church Fathers. Resources: Mysterium liberationis https://www.orbisbooks.com/mysterium-liberationis.html La …
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Welcome back to the Brew Theology Podcast! This week we're talking with Tyler Brinkman about Trauma Theology. Trauma Theology is a developing field that looks at trauma and how theology can be a helpful tool in understanding and recovering from trauma. This episode we'll talk about triggers and embodiment, and offer some trauma theology resources. …
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Jeff Duerler starts off this track by talking about some practical next steps to shift culture and launch new churches. He shares his own experience with his church on steps they have taken towards the disciple-making movement. Jeff hands it off to Paul Huyghebaert who continues the conversation and shares his personal experience. For more informat…
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Welcome back to the Brew Theology Podcast! This week we're talking with Tyler Brinkman about Trauma Theology. Trauma Theology is a developing field that looks at trauma and how theology can be a helpful tool in understanding and recovering from trauma. We'll talk about some of this development, offer some practice ideas in dealing with trauma, and …
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In this episode we continue our conversation about some of the music that accompanies us in our journey to Black aliveness. Here we note our experiences of being musicians as well. You can check out our growing list of songs at https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4RVqhqSInWEDLzY2PWncEN?si=aAcBbnFNSoy3uOhVO0gHwQ&pi=u-YCFXXYJVSGKf (Soundtrack of Black …
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We have a decalog! No not a decalogue, we already had that thanks to God and Moses. And praise the Lord for that. It's the tenth episode of The Nailed It Theology Podcast! We're calling it the Good News Book Club MEGA EPISODE. Word in the Moment leads off, where Tasha and Mike discuss Saul's conversion in Acts chapter 9: 1-19. Then the show embarks…
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This week, Zoe is joined by Pastor David, Audrey Quay, and David Han who are all involved in the Chapel of Christ our Hope (CCH) in Singapore. They share about the ways CCH functions with the needs of autistic people at the centre of their practice and how other churches might learn from CCH. They also discuss the impact that cultural norms have on…
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In this episode: Angel Gabriel, Virgin Mary, Rosary, Hail Mary, Catholicism, immaculate conception, Pope Pius IX, Yeshua, Jesus, name, throne of David, Spurgeon Sermon.Become a supporter and get unlimited questions turned into podcasts at: www.patreon.com/theologyandapologeticsYouTube Channel: Theology & Apologeticswww.youtube.com/channel/UChoiZ46u…
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In this episode, Paul Huybhebaert and Todd Wilson talk about the culture of disciple-making. Todd Wilson talks about a national study on disciple-making conducted by Discipleship.org and talks about the current state of disciple-making in the Church in the United States. Furthermore, Todd talks about the operating system of the church. For more inf…
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Raise your MILE HIGH glasses & get ready to embark on another LIVE BREW THEOLOGY PODCAST! Soulfully sojourn on this interfaith spiritual journey with a Jewish Rabbi, a Buddhist Reverend, and a Christian Pastor as they pour insights on building and cultivating Bad Ass Communities. Take a sip of the internal, contemplative, and even mystical aspects …
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It's the ninth episode of The Nailed It Theology Podcast! Word in the Moment leads off, where Mike and Tasha discuss "Hannah's Prayer" from 1 Samuel. Then the show goes Parabolic with the parable of the pearl from Matthew 13:45-46. Finally, Origin Story returns for a 2-minute challenge to Mike who shares a testimony of a memorable blessing received…
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We all have a stack of books that we'd like to read but haven't gotten through yet. So how can we read more books, faster? Thankfully, the answer isn't found in speed reading or in simply reading shorter books. Instead, these four simple tips will help you read more books in less time. HELPFUL RESOURCES MENTIONED: 🗎 Book List Spreadsheet Template (…
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In this episode we talk about some of the music that accompanies us in our journey to Black aliveness. You can check out our growing list of songs at https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4RVqhqSInWEDLzY2PWncEN?si=aAcBbnFNSoy3uOhVO0gHwQ&pi=u-YCFXXYJVSGKf (Soundtrack of Black Aliveness) To get some of the books that we mention on the podcast, please che…
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In this episode we kick off Season 7 of the Real Life Theology Podcast (Moving Towards a Disciple Making Movement), Paul Huyghebaert engages Josh Howard in a conversation about disciple-making movements where Josh shares some of his personal experiences of making disciples in India. For more information about other Renew.Org podcasts visit: https:/…
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Raise your MILE HIGH glasses & get ready to embark on another LIVE BREW THEOLOGY PODCAST! Soulfully sojourn on this interfaith spiritual journey with a Jewish Rabbi, a Buddhist Reverend, and a Christian Pastor as they pour insights on building and cultivating Bad Ass Communities. Take a sip of the internal, contemplative, and even mystical aspects …
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Are Christians still required to keep the Sabbath? And what does keeping the Sabbath really look like? On this episode we will answer these important questions and many others as we consider the role of the sabbath in the Christian life through the lens of the convictions and teachings of Charles Spurgeon. We’ll hear from Pastor Brandon Rhea who ha…
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In this Sed Contra podcast episode, Why Should I Care About Balthasar, join Sacra Doctrina Project members Dr. Kevin Clarke and Mr. Daniel Drain and special guest Dr. Mark Spencer as they discuss the relevance and importance of the works of Hans Urs von Balthasar.द्वारा Dr. Daniel Drain, Dr. Mark Spencer, Dr. Kevin Clarke
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This week, Krysia, Ian, and Zoe discuss the ways in which COVID and the pandemic made church more accessible for people on the margins, including many autistic people. They explore ways that churches could be more aware and inclusive of people who are once again on the margins now that life is 'back to normal.' The transcript of the episode is avai…
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Navigating Complex Cultural and Ethical Questions as a Christian Leader (feat. Chad Ragsdale and Daniel McCoy). This video script discusses how Christian leaders can thoughtfully navigate difficult cultural and ethical questions while staying true to their faith. The conversation covers a wide range of topics including handling accusations of Chris…
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In this episode: Herod the Great, high priest, murder, engineer, mad man, Augustus, Walking in the commandments, Zechariah, Elizabeth, priestly service, incense, John the Baptist, Elijah, repentance. Become a supporter and get unlimited questions turned into podcasts at: www.patreon.com/theologyandapologeticsYouTube Channel: Theology & Apologeticsw…
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It's the eighth episode of The Nailed It Theology Podcast! Origin Story returns for Tasha to describe the progress from college to call as a ministry worker. Then the Good News Book Club moves forward in Dietrich Bonhoeffer's The Cost of Discipleship to Chapter 19: The Great Divide. Then Please Read the Letter returns with the letter Jesus dictated…
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Navigating Complex Issues in Faith and Modern Life (feat. Chad Ragsdale and Daniel McCoy). This extensive discourse features a dialogue with Chad Ragsdale, discussing how various philosophies outside the church influence Christian thinking negatively, with a focus on emotional reasoning and the impact of technology on faith. Ragsdale expresses conc…
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