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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!
 
Pauline Theology's Daily Devotional is a short devotional Paul does everyday where you can listen in on what God is speaking to him daily. He briefly goes through a book of the bible verse by verse and discusses in those verses what it literally says, what it says about God, what it says about people, how does that apply to him, and how he should apply that in his life.
 
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.
 
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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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Debating theology that makes sense of life and faith. A team of regular people discuss issues of theology, faith and life. Uncovering bible thinking from cutting edge, to conservative, to all things in-between. A lively debate show that gets you thinking, challenging the relevance of God, scripture and faith to today's contemporary outlook.
 
There’s only so much we can cover in a Sunday morning gathering! Each week, you’re invited to tune into our podcast, “Red Couch Theology – Sermon Conversations with Alex and Aaron.” We record our podcast live every Thursday at 11am. What can you expect? Pastors Alex, Aaron, and the occasional guest have a casual conversation, diving deeper into ideas related to last Sunday’s teaching.
 
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The Lord's Prayer, Fourth Petition (LC III 71-84) The Fourth Petition Give us this day our daily bread. What does this mean? God certainly gives daily bread to everyone without our prayers, even to all evil people, but we pray in this petition that God would lead us to realize this and to receive our daily bread with thanksgiving. What is meant by …
 
Trembling Joy Many define “worship” as the music Christians employ in Sunday services. Others hold to a certain “style” of worship. What kind of worship does God demand? In his new book, Trembling Joy: A Biblical Defense of Traditional Worship, Pastor Ryan Speck defines terms and points his readers to what Scripture has to say about how Christians …
 
The darkness of our world pushes those who feel isolated, alone, or forgotten further into the shadows, where it can seemingly feel impossible to see or experience and source of hope – a source of light. Rev. Fleming Rutledge wrote, “Jesus is calling us to let our light shine in a world often shrouded in darkness. Our good works, acts of kindness a…
 
In episode 79 of Theology In Particular, I have the privilege of interviewing Dr. John Fesko. Dr. Fesko is the Harriet Barbour Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson Mississippi, and a friend of IRBS. In this episode, we discuss apologetics in general, and the contrast between “classical” and “pr…
 
In this interview with Patrick Downey, we discuss his book Serious Comedy in which he makes the case that the Bible is a work of comedy. “Because of the Bible we inherit the expectation that we can live serious lives in writing; but because we no longer believe in the one divine poet who could make this possible, the joke is always on us for we can…
 
On today’s show Chris and Tom host the show without Glenn, but they are joined by Michael Warren Davis, author of the entertaining and informative book, The Reactionary Mind. Mike helps the pugs understand the differences between conservatives and reactionaries, and why genuine conservatives are actually the latter. Along the way the conversation a…
 
Over the last couple of years, I’ve done several discussions about issues related to education. The goal in all this has been to help parents understand their options. I’m not here to arbitrate how other people should parent their kids. Parents are responsible for those decisions before the Lord, not me. But I do want to resource Christian parents …
 
Stanley Hauerwas is Gilbert T. Rowe Professor Emeritus of Divinity and Law at Duke Divinity School. He has a B.A. from Southwestern University, a B.D., M.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D. from Yale University and a D.D. from University of Edinburgh. Time magazine named him "America's Best Theologian” in 2001, to which he responded: "'Best' is not a theologica…
 
We’re back in the studio and recording an 8 week series on the Gospel of Matthew! Prepping for this series reminded both of us how much we love diving into scripture and pulling out those beautiful, sacred nuances that make it so wholly (holy?) fascinating across generations. In this episode, we start with chapters 1 and 2. Yes, that genealogy that…
 
Fr. Andrew Budzinski spoke on the importance of prayer and our relationship with Christ for a proper understanding of our identity. BIO: Fr. Andrew Budzinski is pastor of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Fort Wayne and Vocations Director for our diocese. A native of South Bend, Fr. Andrew grew up at Holy Family parish, attended the Universit…
 
Wherein Matt and Kevin tackle the third key tenet of Evangelicalism: The Centrality of the Cross. Including: a conversation about the Penal Substitutionary Atonement Theory, Christ as Victor, and the place of Hell as leverage. HOSTED BY: Dr. Matthew Murphy and Dr. Kevin YoungAutor: Kevin Young and Matthew Murphy
 
In this episode, Jeff and Brett discuss the three transitions in the New Testament. This is preliminary material for the series "Mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven". Before you can fully understand and appreciate the study of the mysteries of the Kingdom, you have to understand the three most important transitions in the New Testament. Today's stud…
 
Joshua: After the death of Moses, God calls on Joshua to lead the Israelites across the Jordan River and take possession of the promised land. God guarantees victory in the military campaign and vows never to leave the Israelites so long as they obey his laws. Available on MP3-CD or download. Today's Resource: Please consider one of our monthly sub…
 
Well hello, hello, and welcome to another episode of the Red Couch Theology podcast. Thank you so much for tuning in. If you've been listening and some of this content has been helpful to you, we'd appreciate it if you like, subscribe on Youtube, comment, or whatever. That all helps with the algorithm to get the word out about this podcast. Or, giv…
 
In this episode, we look at Exodus chapter 1. Over 300 years have passed since Jacob and his whole family have settled in Egypt. Now, the Israelites are forced into slavery, midwives are told to kill the Hebrew baby boys, they refuse and lie about it, and then all of Egypt is ordered to kill the Jewish baby boys. What is going on here and what is G…
 
Welcome to Season 3 of Theology for the People! Michael Payne is the Worship Pastor at White Fields Community Church in Longmont, Colorado. Previously he served as a missionary and worship pastor in Hungary at Golgota Budapest. Prior to that, he served in the US Marine Corps. Listen to Mike's original music on Spotify here, or see him in action on …
 
This episode of A People's Theology is sponsored by United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities. Receive a $1,000 scholarship when you apply and are admitted: unitedseminary.edu/apeoplestheology Mason chats with Pete Enns about his new book, Curveball: When Your Faith Takes Turns You Never Saw Coming. They talk about what you should do when you …
 
"What's wrong with the church in America?" That's a question many people are asking today. Underneath that question are a number of other questions: What is the mission of the church? What is the purpose of the Christian life? Is the church called to transform society? Is Christianity meant by God to dominate a culture? Or is it a counter-culture t…
 
How should we consider individuals we like, appreciate, and respect, but who have primary departures from historic orthodox Christianity? Jeremy and Kenn seek to tackle that tough question today. Let us know your thoughts! 0:00 Introduction 2:07 The Problem 3:27 The Ante-Nicene Fathers 21:05 Augustine 23:55 Papists and Wesleyans 25:10 Barth, Bonhoe…
 
God is not disinterested in how we worship Him. The Regulative Principle of Worship seeks to help the church worship God His way, not ours. On this episode we examine the biblical basis of the Regulative Principle of Worship and explore how it informs the way in which worship should be conducted in the church. We also compare it to alternative prin…
 
This week on Theology Simply Profound, Rob and Bob discuss Louis Berkhof’s little book, Summary of Christian Doctrine. Within the second section, The Doctrine of God and Creation, chapter 10 continues the section called, “The Works of God,” where Berkhof opens up the doctrine of providence. Participants: Rob McKenzie, Robert Tarullo…
 
Does the Bible give us permission to doubt? Does the church ever support doubt or give it credible space to be explored? Is doubt ever helpful, is it an inevitable but necessary element of faith? How is doubt misunderstood and is it something that is critical for strengthening Faith? In this episode, Pete and the team will discuss and reflect on al…
 
What does it mean that God is holy? How does that impact our lives? I answer these questions in today's episode! Recommended Resources: https://www.ligonier.org/store/the-holiness-of-god-paperback https://www.amazon.com/Hole-Our-Holiness-Paperback-Godliness/dp/1433541351/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3IZFP9USO8KN6&keywords=the+hole+in+our+holiness+by+kevin+deyou…
 
Psalm 8, "O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth! You have set your glory above the heavens. Out of the mouth of babies and infants, you have established strength because of your foes, to still the enemy and the avenger. When I look at your heavens, the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars, which you have set in place,…
 
Welcome to the Theology of the Buddy - a Podcast for Catholics who love the beauty of the Church's Sacred Tradition. This is episode 89. Today on the podcast, Mike, Time, and Brooke welcome all our listeners to a brand new season, have some laughs, and discuss the O Antiphons. Resources Used/Mentioned in This Podcast: https://www.simplycatholic.com…
 
Why has place always mattered and why does it matter today? What's the difference between the parish system and the parish vocation? How are we called to love the different places where we have been placed by God? And why has the debate about the role of the parish become so polarised, and what's a better way forward? In today’s show we will be tal…
 
In this week's episode, Phil and Susie talk with Humanist Chaplain, Licensed Clinical Counselor, Coach, and our Good Human of the Week, Bart Campolo. Bart is the longtime host of the Humanize Me Podcast, author of "Why I Left, Why I Stayed" which he cowrote with his famous, evangelical father, Tony Campolo, following his deconversion from a life as…
 
After Christianity’s morally disastrous complicity with American racism, does the Christian church have anything left to offer? Ryan & Janel have a brewtastic time with Dr. Tran on another Brew Theology episode (part 1 of 3). Dr. Jonathan Tran examines this complex question and more, discussing his recent book Asian Americans and the Spirit of Raci…
 
Thinking Theology is starting again and alongside the normal 15–20 minute episodes looking at key theological topics will be interviews with others that build out some of those topics. As a bit of taster of what’s to come, here’s the first interview with my colleague Dr Ian Maddock. Ian’s an expert of John Wesley and George Whitefield, two towering…
 
In this live recording, James Harleman (co-host, pastor, author, cinema-guy) introduces the concepts of mindful entertainment. Starting with his Film & Theology events, to his book Cinemagogue and the Popcorn Theology podcast, James explores the history and philosophy behind our mission: dissecting narrative to point people back to the greatest Sto…
 
After a long hiatus, we're back to discuss a couple of listener suggestions: Eastern Orthodoxy Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in the workplace For more helpful information on the differences between Eastern Orthodoxy and Protestant Christianity, check out Truth Unites by Gavin Ortlund. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/simple-…
 
You can contact Saqlain Choudhary directly with any questions at: saqlain.choudhary@physics.ox.ac.uk You Can Support My Work on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Bloggingtheology My Paypal Link: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/bloggingtheology?locale.x=en_GB Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/blogging-theology/donations Advertising Inqu…
 
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