Join Joy the Girl from Apologia Radio and Summer White as they discuss the Christian worldview in this micro-podcast. Men, be entertained. Women, learn something!
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We are so excited to be joined by pastor and author Nate Pickowicz to discuss the topic of his book, "How to Eat Your Bible". We KNOW we should be in the Word, and we KNOW it's spiritual food, but can we explain the WHY of any of it? Or what about the HOW? Pastor Pickowicz helps us think through these issues in this episode! The post How to Eat Your Bible with Nate Pickowicz appeared first on Sheologians.
In this episode we discuss what it looks like when we don't know much, but we for sure know someone is committing the cardinal sin of being insensitive. The post Don't Ever For Any Reason Do Anything to Anyone for Any Reason Ever No Matter What No Matter Where or Who or Who You Are With or Where You Are Going or Where You've Been Ever For Any Reason Whatsoever appeared first on Sheologians.
What are men made for? What are women made for? How does the mission of a man and woman work together? In this episode we are joined by Michael Foster to discuss these kind of stupid questions because we live in a time where it is necessary. The post What's So Good About Being a Man? (With Guest Michael Foster) appeared first on Sheologians.
Shame entered the world as a result of the fall, and there are times when it is right to feel ashamed, and times where it is wrong to feel ashamed. Don't take your cues on this from the world. The post When a Lack of Shame is Shameful appeared first on Sheologians.
The internet is busy talking about the new book, "The Making of Biblical Womanhood", which asserts that complementarianism is patriarchy, and patriarchy grieves Jesus. In this episode we assess some of Barr's key arguments and ask what it is that women need to be set free from. The post Bad Book Review: The Making of Biblical Womanhood appeared first on Sheologians.
This week we are joined by a surprise guest to discuss what it means to be a bad movie reviewer. Can we think beyond "Disney bad"? Why is Christian content as formulaic as it is? What do we do about it? Join us! The post Bad Movie Reviews appeared first on Sheologians.
Ever replayed a conversation in your head and said all of the things you wished you had said in the first place? Ever found yourself stewing over grievances? Struggled with contentment? Let's talk about the ways we give passes to wallowing & how to overcome this fight with the flesh. The post Wallowing is not a Virtue appeared first on Sheologians.
Hey single ladies: this episode is for you! We are so excited to be joined by Nancy Wilson, author of Single & Satisfied, to discuss the Christian life for unmarried women. Join us! The post Single & Satisfied with Nancy Wilson appeared first on Sheologians.
The Apostle Paul learned how to be content while being held prisoner, and we lose our cool when someone has the nerve to drive in front of us. Our culture venerates being deeply dissatisfied, which means practicing contentment is a practice of swimming upstream. In this episode we discuss the virtue of contentment, and how looking to Christ orients us towards satisfaction. The post Contentment is a Virtue appeared first on Sheologians.
Join us as Summer tells the story of rare and strange missing persons cases that occur every year in our national forests. Is the "missing 411" classification coincidence, conspiracy theory, or proof that something unknown lives in our nation's forests? The post Missing 411 appeared first on Sheologians.
Join us as Joy explores the legacy of one of the most dangerous women in all of history: Margaret Sanger. She was an unapologetic racist, a humanist, and a feminist. How was she able to accomplish so much evil in her short life? Join us! The post Margaret Sanger: Angel of Death appeared first on Sheologians.
It's our annual scattershot episode! This time we answer questions about laziness vs. resting, what's up with people almost worshipping their pets, kids and Bible reading, how to handle weariness, and how to fight the actual fight. The post Scattershot, Round 3 appeared first on Sheologians.
The phrase "girl power" has long been cutesy and obnoxious, but that's not because women aren't genuinely powerful. In this episode we want to discuss how the strength of women can tear down or build up entire nations. The post Girl Power appeared first on Sheologians.
It's easy to take shots at feminism—some of it is just so obviously terrible and gross that it qualifies as low-hanging fruit. It is far more difficult to root out the ways that we excuse our own sins that aren't as obvious. So what are the sins that aren't taken as seriously as they should be in our own lives? What is flying under the proverbial radar or totally given a pass to? Let's chat! The post Respectable Female Sins appeared first on Sheologians.
In this true crime story time Joy tells the story of the Putney bridge pusher—a mysterious runner who pushed a woman in front of a bus for no apparent reason. Although captured on several cameras, his identity seemed to be hidden from the public. Why? The post The Putney Pusher appeared first on Sheologians.
In April of 1980, fourteen year old Laureen Rahn disappeared from her home. For years, her mother searched for her to no avail. Her phone rang regularly in the middle of the night and the caller would only breathe for awhile before hanging up. A serial killer was busy in the area. But what really happened to Laureen? The post Who is Laureen Rahn? appeared first on Sheologians.
What does "love is love" even mean? Why are people drawn to religion in the first place? Join us as we finish our discussion about the Love Has Won cult & assess the worldview that makes it so dangerous. The post Cultish & Sheologians Present: Love Has Won, Pt. 2 appeared first on Sheologians.
It's another Cultish mashup where we talk about weird stuff. Joined by a pastor local to the area the Mother God cult is from, the ladies and the Cultish crew discuss why Crestone, Colorado is a hot bed for cults. The post Cultish & Sheologians Present: Love Has Won—Investigating the Origins of the Mother God Cult appeared first on Sheologians.
After a brief discussion about a gender fluid non binary barber & emotional support water bottles, the ladies bring to the table more temptations that are common to women & how to combat them. The post Temptations Common to Women Part 2 appeared first on Sheologians.
There's a way to communicate that is godly, and there is a way to communicate that dishonors God. Social media has changed what we think is appropriate or inappropriate to share, so let's chat about where to share and where not to share. The post The Overshare appeared first on Sheologians.
The therapeutic model of forgiveness has left a generation thinking that you are either drowning in resentment, or you are an internal forgiveness gumball machine, dispensing with "forgiveness" all day long toward every inconvenience. Let's talk about why this is not what faithfulness looks like. The post Resentment Free Living appeared first on Sheologians.
God has revealed Himself to us through creation and through Scripture. Scripture is the textbook that teaches us how to read creation. How do we ensure that we are reading this book correctly? What are some ways that we can do this very poorly that we should avoid? Let's chat! The post How to Read Creation appeared first on Sheologians.
The #MeToo movement gave birth to another movement and they use the hashtag #ChurchToo. Its focus is horrible things people have experienced in church in a desire to normalize sharing negative church experiences. In this episode we want to think through why this is not how Christians ought to behave. The post #ChurchToo appeared first on Sheologians.
A great litmus test for whether or not someone is speaking truthfully is to measure how much nuance and qualification they feel they must include. It's one thing to strive to be a great communicator. It's an entirely another thing to be the kind of communicator who has to assort a great many pillows around their listeners so as to never bump in to their sensibilities. Ask yourself: can you speak the truth clearly and boldly, or is the fear of man gripping you? The post Nuance is Against My Religion appeared first on Sheologians.
In this strange almost episode, Summer answers some listener questions by discussing contentment, warfare and peace in the Christian life, GraceLife Church in Canada, and why read the Bible every year. The post Week in Review with Summer appeared first on Sheologians.
You've likely heard that "Christianity is the white man's religion." You've probably also heard that "whiteness" has co-opted true Christian principles in America today. Dr. James White takes us through some church history to discuss the good, the bad, and the downright ugly. How do we look back and still move forward? The post Is Christianity White? appeared first on Sheologians.
There are things that are worth feeling guilt over, and by "things" we mean "sin". So what do we do with our sinful temptation to load ourselves down with guilt over things that aren't sin? Is there a better name for this particular sin? Let's chat! The post Loaded Down by Fake Guilt appeared first on Sheologians.
We get a lot of practical life application questions about submission. How do I submit? What does it look like? Today we want to talk about how we all are submitting all the time in every relationship in certain ways and why proper submission to proper authority makes us look more like Christ. The post Submit or Die appeared first on Sheologians.
Knowledge is impossible without God. In this episode we discuss what kind of education we must give our children, why it matters, and what kind of worldly thinking must be undone. The post The Duties of Women & Education appeared first on Sheologians.
Have you ever felt deeply convicted that whatever it was you were doing was NOT something you were meant to be doing? Have you ever been tempted to believe that all the people around you must just have such an easier time with their duties than you do? Today we discuss what it looks like when you only want to be called according to your own purpose, and how to stop it. The post Called According to My Purpose appeared first on Sheologians.
It is not unchristian to be emotional. God demands not just our minds, but our hearts as well. Our devotion, our loyalty, our joy. So what do we do when our emotions aren't beautiful to God? How do we control our emotions when they're overwhelming or painful? The post Beautiful Emotions appeared first on Sheologians.
Most of us have been taught the therapeutic model of forgiveness—mainly that forgiveness is something you do mainly for YOURSELF. Funny story, you can't find that in the Bible. The post Forgiveness (When & Who & Why) appeared first on Sheologians.
What does Jesus' life death and resurrection happening 2000 years ago have to do with how I live my life today? Well, it's either everything or it's nothing. And that fact has everything to do with what you're doing right this second. The post Faithful Feet appeared first on Sheologians.
It's not another episode of the faux "idolatry of marriage" garbage that the elites want you to toe-the-line with. The message of the Bible concerning marriage is NOT that marriage is your Savior, but it is most likely within the context of marriage that God is going to use you to build His kingdom. The post Marriage Will Save You appeared first on Sheologians.
In this episode we discuss how what kind of counsel we seek reveals what kind of counsel we really want. Where should we go with spiritual, theological, or practical advice? Sometimes more importantly, where should we NOT seek counsel? The post Advice from Hell appeared first on Sheologians.
Be content! Be joyful! Think positive thoughts! Look to Christ! These are all good things, but if we are doing them in our might, with our own power, are we really acting like Christians? What if my situation isn't a very "positive" one? What then? The post Toxic Positivity appeared first on Sheologians.
Okay, we are only half-joking. Feminism is changing at such a rapid pace, with different strands of Medusa's hair being cut and regrown all the time. In such an overwhelmingly bad culture of self-love, self-obsession, and self-confusion, what are some things Christian women should focus on instead? The post How Not to be a Feminist in 2021 appeared first on Sheologians.
As we look forward to the next year and all that we might be in fear of, we discuss what it looks like to be thankful in and out of season. How do we be the woman who laughs without fear of the future? The post On Gratefulness in All Circumstances appeared first on Sheologians.
This week we ramble through Christmas music traditions, what it means to celebrate this week like a Christian, and how not to be miserable even if the circumstances might be less than sunny. The post Celebrate Like a Christian appeared first on Sheologians.
The holidays offer us an incredible opportunity to bless others and celebrate like Christians. Our hearts often turn this time into a snare instead and we find ourselves trying to control everyone's hearts and attitudes around us. How can we focus on blessing others and serving God and enjoying this time when we believe the lie that everyone else is just making it so difficult? The post You Are Not in Control appeared first on Sheologians.
This week Joy tells us the life story of a man's voice all of us have heard, but whose heroic deeds have been intentionally kept out of the headlines. Who is Peter Thomas? The post A Voice You Know & A Life You Don’t appeared first on Sheologians.
In this story time episode, Summer talks about the purported self-help group NXIVM. Was it an MLM? Was it a cult? How do such intelligent and capable people end up doing the things they did? The post Whoops, I Joined a Cult appeared first on Sheologians.
One of the best things about being a Christian is having brothers and sisters all over the globe. However, it's extremely easy to be singularly focused and forget that our local Christian experience is not identical. Dr. James White joins us to think through what it means to be a part of the global church. The post The Global Church with Dr. James White appeared first on Sheologians.
What the world doesn't want you to be aware of is the fact that they are at war with God. There are only two options: worship the Creator, or worship creation. Once you understand this, everything happening in the world around you makes complete sense. In this episode we talk about how. The post Can’t Have Your Cake & Dishwasher, Too appeared first on Sheologians.
In this episode we discuss what kind of injustices are created in a culture whose only sexual law is consent. Then we take a look at why 30% of women under 25 identify as LGBT. Join us! The post What Kind of Feministy Poison Ya Got There? appeared first on Sheologians.