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The Heidelcast
Heidelcast 195: What Must A Christian Believe? (12) On Christ's Descent Into Hell

The Heidelcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021


In our survey of the rule of faith, i.e., the Apostles’ Creed, we have reached the fourth article: “suffered under Pontius, Pilate, crucified, dead, and buried. He descended into hell.” In this episode we focus on the last clause, “he descended into . . . Continue reading →

Sheologians
How to Eat Your Bible with Nate Pickowicz

Sheologians

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 50:41


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.

Dr. John Barnett on SermonAudio
What Is Romanism & What Does God Say About It_ A 6-Minute Course In Theology

Dr. John Barnett on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 6:00


A new MP3 sermon from DTBM, International is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: What Is Romanism & What Does God Say About It_ A 6-Minute Course In Theology Subtitle: Live Question & Answer Session Speaker: Dr. John Barnett Broadcaster: DTBM, International Event: Sunday Service Date: 10/25/2021 Length: 6 min.

The Fascinating Podcast
Reading the Bible with Horror ft. Brandon Grafius - Fascinating Season 7

The Fascinating Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 56:00


Our Halloween episode features Dr. Brandon Grafius, author of Reading the Bible with Horror. He tells us how using horror as a lens can help us understand the Bible. We dive in deep on the Bible's most famous ghost story - Samuel being summoned by the witch of Endor.

Theology in the Raw
#913 - Live No Lies: John Mark Comer

Theology in the Raw

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021


John Mark Comer is the founding pastor of Bridgetown Church, right in the center of the city (by Powell's Books if you've ever been to Portland) and is the author of six books: The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry, God has a Name, Garden City, Loveology, My Name is Hope, and the recently released Live No Lies, which is the topic of our conversation. He's also currently starting a non-profit called Practicing the Way, which aims to create resources for discipleship and formation in local churches in post-Christian contexts (coming in Fall 2022).Theology in the Raw Conference - Exiles in Babylon At the Theology in the Raw conference, we will be challenged to think like exiles about race, sexuality, gender, critical race theory, hell, transgender identities, climate change, creation care, American politics, and what it means to love your democratic or republican neighbor as yourself. Different views will be presented. No question is off limits. No political party will be praised. Everyone will be challenged to think. And Jesus will be upheld as supreme.Support PrestonSupport Preston by going to patreon.comVenmo: @Preston-Sprinkle-1Connect with PrestonTwitter | @PrestonSprinkleInstagram | @preston.sprinkleYoutube | Preston SprinkleCheck out Dr. Sprinkle's website prestonsprinkle.comStay Up to Date with the PodcastTwitter | @RawTheologyInstagram | @TheologyintheRawIf you enjoy the podcast, be sure to leave a review.

Kingdom Capitalists : For Christians Called to Start and Scale Successful Businesses

What does it look like to run a business through biblical principles?How to contribute to people who are kingdom-minded?How do you assess and rate your company's ability to be Christ-centered? Visit Darren Shearer through:faithdrivenentrepreneur.orgtheologyofbusiness.com/assessmentstheologyofbusiness.com/podcast/ Kingdom Real Estate Investors! Learn more about our community and join the #1 real estate investing mastermind for Kingdom Leaders at www.thekingdomrei.com Guest Bio:Darren Shearer is the founder and director of the Theology of Business Institute, which is dedicated to the exploration and application of God's will for business. He has authored three books, including Marketing Like Jesus: 25 Strategies to Change the World and The Marketplace Christian: A Practical Guide to Using Your Spiritual Gifts in Business.Darren is also the founder and CEO of High Bridge Media, a multimedia agency specializing in publishing and promoting the world-changing ideas of inspiring thought leaders. Its imprint, High Bridge Books, has published more than 130 books since 2013.A former Captain in the United States Air Force, Darren earned the United States Air Force Commendation Medal for his meritorious service in Kuwait during Operation Iraqi Freedom.www.TheologyofBusinesswww.HighBridgeMedia.comwww.HighBridgeBooks.com  

Seeking Our God
Hebrews 12:18-24 – A Contrast and An Explanation for the Ethics

Seeking Our God

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 13:34


In verses 18-21, the writer vividly pictured the situation at Mount Sinai where the Old Covenant was given and its awesomeness and fearful nature were described (cf. Ex. 19:9–23; Deut. 9:8–19).In verses 22-24, the realities that relate to New Covenant people and to which they have come are even more impressive because they are “heavenly.” Not only is there the heavenly city, but there are also heaven-related beings, both the “myriad of angels” and the people (“spirits of the righteous made perfect”), associated with it. But above all, it is to “God, the Judge of all,” that they have come—and there are some who indeed can stand His searching scrutiny of their lives (“the spirits of the righteous made perfect;” cf. 10:14; 11:40)—and to “Jesus, the Mediator (cf. 8:6; 9:15) of a New Covenant” whose atoning blood does not cry for judgment as did Abel's but secures the acceptance of all New Covenant persons.If the readers would contemplate these things properly, they would be awed by them and more inclined to fulfill their call to the highest privileges that the New Covenant can provide.Key Takeaways:Simply, this section can be summarized as: The writer of Hebrews contrasts Mt. Sinai and the giving of the Law with the heavenly Mt. Zion and the blessings of grace in the churchAbel's blood made Cain feel guilty (and rightly so) and drove him away in despair; but Christ's blood frees us from guilt and has opened the way into the presence of God.The greater privileges of the new covenant demand greater responsiveness from believers.The patriarchs endured as they looked ahead to the city God was preparing for them. One way to lay hold of God's grace is to look ahead by faith to the wonderful future He has prepared for us.For more information about this show, which includes additional notes and details, please visit the show page here or visit our home page at SeekingourGod.com MusicLife of Riley by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3976-life-of-rileyLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

WeeklyTech Podcast
A conversation with Dr. Ayman Ibrahim on the Quran and Islamic worldview

WeeklyTech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 35:23


In this episode, I am joined by Dr. Ayman Ibrahim, professor of Islamic studies at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and author of A Concise Guide to the Quran. Today, we talk about the Quran and the Islamic worldview.Meet Dr. Ibrahim: Dr. Ibrahim (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary; PhD, Haifa University) is Bill and Connie Jenkins Professor of Islamic Studies and director of the Center for the Christian Understanding of Islam at Southern Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He was born and raised in Egypt and has taught in various countries in the Muslim world and in the West. His articles on Islam and Christian-Muslim relations have appeared in the Washington Post, Religion News Service, and First Things, among others. Ibrahim is also the author of The Stated Motivations for the Early Islamic Expansion.Resources:A Concise Guide to the Quran by Ayman IbrahimBasics of Arabic by Ayman IbrahimConversion to Islam by Ayman Ibrahim

The Reformed Gamers
Episode 202 - The Terrible Metroid Fusion

The Reformed Gamers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 90:07


Terrible - causing or likely to cause terror; sinister. With Halloween coming up, it's fitting for gamers everywhere to play and revisit some of their favorite scary video games. TRG is doing the same but with a game that may not be on everyone's radar: Metroid Fusion. The Metroid series has always been accustomed to themes of sci-fi, isolation, and even dread. But Metroid Fusion took these themes and cranked the dial up to 11. Friend of the show, Jonathan Steele, joins me on the mic to discuss the 2002 GBA classic, Metroid Fusion. Housekeeping (8:45) Metroid Dread Playthrough Metroid Dread Review What Have We Been Playing (10:05) Topic (26:44) Patron Thank You's! (1:19:59) Shoutout to our Patrons who supported TRG in the month of October: AaronElWhite, Alex Castellanos, Andre Swann, Ashley Kronenbitter, Chris Freeman, Christopher Commander, Darryl Tavares, David Henderson, David Matthews, Derek Smith, Isaac.stultz, Jake Walker, Jeff Jackson Jr., Jimmy Changa, JoAnne Monroe, Joe Morgan,  Josh Broccolo, Kokorodaki, Luke Strain, Mark Fromme, Matt Edwards, Matthew “White Chocolate” McDougal, Matthew Millsap, Melvin Benson V, Micah Hendrick, Michael Toller, MrButts, Nate McKeever, Paige Pinson, Retro Rewind Podcast, Ryan1701e, Sam White, Samuel Colunga, Savon Pena, Third Strongest Mole, Travis, Vincent Yu, WeathermanKeef, Wesley Rea, Xaviel Medina Reco's! (1:21:31) Overboss (Tabletop Game) Streambeats Pray for Logan's adoption Play any Metroid game (except Federation Force) Samus & Chill Thank you for listening to The Reformed Gamers! We would love to connect with you. Join our Discord using this link or following us on our different social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram. You can financially support the show, monthly, on Patreon and get extra perks.

The Paul Tripp Podcast
235. Proverbs Is Countercultural | Proverbs Study

The Paul Tripp Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 16:51


It would be better to be poor and live a righteous life than to have all the riches you could imagine without God. In today's episode, we'll continue through Paul's Bible Study in the book of Proverbs by looking at three more themes. 1. The Rich And The Poor2. Wisdom Is Always Honest3. Proverbs Tells A Generosity StoryIf you've been enjoying The Paul Tripp Podcast, please leave us a review! Your review helps us reach more people with the transforming power of the gospel.

Ask Christopher West
Grace Goes Deeper | ACW147

Ask Christopher West

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 41:11


Did the Holocaust influence St. John Paul II's writing? My parents are on the brink of divorce because of my father's pornography addiction. . . what can I do? Why did God make me this way if He knew I would hate it so much? Ask Christopher West is a weekly podcast in which Theology of the Body Institute President Christopher West and his beloved wife Wendy share their humor and wisdom, answering questions about marriage, relationships, life, and the Catholic faith, all in light of John Paul II's beautiful teachings on the Theology of the Body. Want to support the Theology of the Body Institute and have a better chance of us answering your question? Join our Patron Community (https://tobpatron.com)! Patron Question: I am a college student taking a class on the Holocaust, and I have been struck not only by the horror of the atrocities against human life but also the overall idea of personhood specifically in the forced sterilizations of the so- called "feeble minded." There was a book written in 1920 called "Allowing the Destruction of Life Unworthy of Life." Just that title breaks my heart. I can see how Theology of the Body speaks so much into this topic, and I am wondering if the events of the Jolocaust and eugenics movement had any impact on Pope John Paul II. I know he played a role in healing after WWII, but is there anything in his writings that would suggest the holocaust might have played a role in his talks on the Theology of the Body? Question 2: This is urgent. My parents have been married for 32 years and just recently my dad finally told my mom that he has had a porn addiction and has been masturbating for over 20 years. His admission has set off a huge destructive bomb in their relationship. My dad went to confession and they had the priest from our hometown come over and meet with both of them. My dad is going to be getting counseling but at this point, I still really do not know what is going to happen. I am so deeply worried and concerned that my parents are going to get a divorce. My mom says she doesn't know if she can ever recover from this damage. I know I cannot do anything about it other than pray because this is not really my issue. It is greatly impacting me, though. Despite what my dad has done, I still love him. I want to offer him mercy because he seems like he wants to get help to overcome his addiction now. I gave my dad a couple books to read. One of them was your book "Theology of the Body for Beginners" and the other one was the 33 day consecration to St. Joseph written by Fr. Calloway. I want to believe that my dad can find healing and recovery from his addictions. Is there any way that you can help me? I am 23 years old and I am so hurt by this and I have no idea what to do. Qestion 3: I have hated my body for about half of my life now. No matter how hard I try, I can't get over the idea that I need to be stick-skinny or else I'm ugly. I wish desperately I could see myself how God sees me. I just don't know why He made me like this if He knew I would hate it so much. Submit your question at AskChristopherWest.com (http://www.askchristopherwest.com). Resources mentioned this week: Join us on our Pilgrimage to Mexico (https://selectinternationaltours.com/product/tobi-pilgrimages-presents-our-lady-of-guadalupe-pilgrimage-to-mexico-city-with-christopher-west-jen-settle-and-jason-clarke-december-2-7-2021-21ja12mxtob/) December 2-7, 2021 Hope's Garden Ministry (https://hopesgarden.com) Freedom Coaching (https://freedom-coaching.net) View our COURSE SCHEDULE (https://tobinstitute.org/programs/tobi-schedule/) to register for a course, ONLINE or IN-PERSON! If you are in financial need and honestly cannot afford a book or resource recomended on this podcast, contact: michele@tobinstitute.org Find Christopher West on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/cwestofficial) and Instagram (http://www.instagram.com/cwestofficial). Discover the Theology of the Body Institute (http://www.tobinstitute.org). If you enjoy the podcast, help us out by writing a review (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-christopher-west/id1448699486). Thanks for listening! Christopher and Wendy hope their advice is helpful to you, but they are not licensed counseling professionals. If you are dealing with serious issues, please consult our list of trusted professionals (https://tobinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/TOBI-Recommended-Psychologists-Updated-6-8-20.pdf). Featuring music by Mike Mangione (https://www.mikemangione.com/).

Everyday Thin Places
Activism and Theology as Thin Places featuring Dr. Drew Hart

Everyday Thin Places

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 41:51


Rachael Gallagher and Elizabeth Varaso discuss activism and theology as a thin place with Dr. Drew Hart. Drew is a writer and a speaker on topics of justice black theology, Anabaptism, and white supremacy and he follows in a long line of theologists who have done theology on the fly in the midst of struggling with justice and liberation. You'll want to check out Drew's books: Trouble I've Seen: Changing the Way the Church Views Racism and Who Will Be A Witness? Igniting Activism for God's Justice, Love, and Deliverance.Mentioned on the show:Inverse Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/inverse-podcast/id1358332600Common Hymnal: https://commonhymnal.com/Messonghi Trust: https://www.patreon.com/msingitrust

Sports Spectrum Podcast
Former NFL QB David Klingler on breaking records, expectations, seminary and teaching God's word

Sports Spectrum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 56:49


David Klingler played seven seasons in the NFL with the Cincinnati Bengals, Oakland Raiders and Green Bay Packers. He was selected 6th overall in the 1992 NFL Draft by the Bengals after a stellar college career at the University of Houston that saw him set multiple records and finish as a Heisman Finalist in 1990.  Among the records Klingler set at Houston include him throwing for 11 touchdown passes in one game on November 17, 1990 against Eastern Washington. In December 1990, he set the NCAA D-1 record for most yards gained a single game with 716 (since surpassed in 2014).  After his playing career, David obtained his Masters in Theology in 2004 and a PhD in Old Testament Studies in 2010 from Dallas Theological Seminary, where is currently an Associate Professor of Bible Exposition.  Today on the podcast, we talk to David Klingler about his incredible college football career, getting drafted 6th overall in 1992 by the Bengals and his desire to teach people how to read and understand God's word.  --- Receive our 10-day Sports Spectrum Devotional written by professional athletes for FREE when you sign up for our Sports Spectrum Weekly Email Newsletter. Sign up here.

The Christian Outlook | Topics for Today's Believers
Whose Interpretation of Scripture is Correct: Bob Burney Monologue on Womanist Theology

The Christian Outlook | Topics for Today's Believers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 10:39


Bob Burney speaks about womanist theology and why man's interpretations of scripture are insignificant.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Ferment Podcast - Conversations About Worship And Transformation
Daniel Grothe - The Power of Place - Choosing Stability in a Rootless Age

The Ferment Podcast - Conversations About Worship And Transformation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 46:07


Daniel Grothe is associate senior pastor at New Life Church in Colorado Springs, CO as well as a  drummer, author, father and farmer. He received an undergraduate degree in theology from Oral Roberts University and a Masters in Theology through Fuller Theological Seminary. He is the author of Chasing Wisdom and The Power of Place. Daniel and his wife, Lisa, live on a small hobby farm outside of Colorado Springs with their three children: Lillian, Wilson, and Wakley. In this episode of The Ferment, Daniel talks about trading a theology of blessing and prosperity for a theology of suffering and how an incredibly traumatic experience reoriented his church's priorities and mission. He and Adam also discuss the value of micro-communities, intentionally investing in the community you live in, and using social media as a tool and not letting it replace the people around you. This is an incredibly rich episode packed full of encouragement and challenge for those looking to build a deeply fulfilling life.     Show Notes: Daniel's website: https://danielgrothe.com The Power of Place: Choosing Stability in a Rootless Age by Daniel Grothe https://amzn.to/3b3adXx The Seven Storey Mountain by Thomas Merton https://amzn.to/3Cc5pL9 On the Road by Jack Kerouac https://amzn.to/3m7UzjI Socials: Instagram @thefermentpodcast Twitter @fermentcast TikTok @vineyardworship  

Philadelphia Baptist Church
Let the Nations Be Glad - Mark 7:24-8:10

Philadelphia Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021


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Providence Community Church
WOMAN AT THE WELL – Genesis 29:1-20

Providence Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 60:14


Jacob continues his own journey of faith, retracing the steps of his grandfather back to Haran in search of a bride. What little he had to his name, he has poured out as an offering and first tithe at Bethel, moved by an encounter with the God of his fathers. He travels north boasting nothing he could give as a bride price save his own future labor. According to scholarly efforts to narrow down his timeline, the best estimates have Jacob in his lat 50's as he journeys to his familie's former residence which remains home to his uncle Laban's family and flocks. Jacob will go on to sire his first child around 64-76 years of age, Joseph will be born around his 91st year. Jacob likely leaves Haran some 40 years after his arrival at 100 years of age and Benjamin is born along the way. Jacob will take refuge in Egypt at 130 years old. Given this biography, every phase of life would present a challenge to Jacob's new found faith at Bethel. Nevertheless, he had the Word of God to cling to along the way. Not just his father Isaac's words of blessing in chapter 28:1-5, but the Word revealed in his stairway dream from Yahweh Himself (28:13-15) “... Behold I am with you and will keep you wherever you go, and will bring you back to this land. For I will not leave you until I have done what I have promised you.” This promise prevails in the face of monumental challenges the rest of Jacob's days testifying to the sovereignty and steadfast love of his Almighty God...

Coram Deo Church Sermon Audio
Rivers of Living Water | John 7

Coram Deo Church Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 46:42


The Gospel of John is one of the most beloved and influential books of the Bible. It describes “the remarkable invasion of the world by God” (G. Burge). It's written with the express purpose “that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God” (John 20:31). In this preaching series, we journey through the Fourth Gospel, seeking to better understand who Jesus Christ is and why he's worthy of our trust, worship, and obedience. Learn more at https://cdomaha.com

Divcast
Series 1 Episode 8 Daniel Castelo

Divcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 31:30


Rev. Todd Maberry joins one of our newest faculty members, Dr. Daniel Castelo, to discuss what it is like to join our community, what can be lost in translation, and how family can support our stories. They also face questions such as, is theological work an act of worship or a spiritual discipline? Can a siesta be the key to surviving life as a night owl? Join us for this lively conversation. You can find the books Dr. Castelo mentioned, The Cost of Discipleship and These Truths, through their publishers. You can stream the show Monk on Amazon Prime. Dr. Castelo is the William Kellon Quick Professor of Theology and Methodist Studies at Duke Divinity School. He joins two other new faculty this fall and you can learn more about all the new faculty and their  scholarship here. The Pentecost Window mentioned in this episode is found on the ground floor of the Westbrook Building. You can register for an on-campus visit here to see it in person.

The Bart Ehrman Blog Podcast
Knowing What Jesus Said and Did; The Arch-Heretic Marcion's Theology

The Bart Ehrman Blog Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 16:40


The first reading (post published Oct 19, 2021) Dr. Ehrman explains how scholars determine what Jesus said and did. In the second reading (post published Oct 18, 2016) Dr. Ehrman shares what we know about Marcion's views. Join the blog at https://ehrmanb.log.org/ and read up to 6 new posts each week and every post in the archives. Your entire minimal cost of membership goes to charity. https://ehrmanblog.org/knowing-what-jesus-said-and-did/ https://ehrmanblog.org/the-arch-heretic-marcions-theology/

Simple Truths for Life
The Standards of Jesus, Part 6: Bumper Sticker Theology

Simple Truths for Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 30:00


What if everyone actually followed The Golden Rule? What would our world really look like? It's a little hard to imagine, but it's something Charles Tapp explores this week as he concludes this series on The Standards of Jesus: Reflections from the Sermon on the Mount, as he explains WHY Jesus shared this important rule to live by, with his message "Bumper Sticker Theology."

Kitchen Table Theology
080 The Activities of Satan and His Demons

Kitchen Table Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 30:22


“Satan is the originator of sin, secondly, demons oppose and attempt to destroy every work of God, thirdly, demons are limited by God's control and they have limited power.” - Pastor Jeff CranstonHello Kitchen Table Theology Family!  In this episode, Pastor Jeff and Jen Denton continue their discussion on Angelology. So far in this series, we've discussed what angels are, what they do within God's purpose, our relationship with angels, and Demonology. Today we continue our discussion on Demonology and discuss what they do. [00:01] Introduction to This EpisodeHelp us decide: Should we do more than 100 episodes?  Giving a shout out to a very special listener [05:3] Understanding Satan, Demons and Their Modus OperandiSatan was the original sinner (1 John 3:8)Satan's purpose is to tempt others to sinDemons oppose and attempt to destroy every work of GodSatan's and demons' tactics are to use deception, murder, and destructive activity in the attempt to cause people to turn away from God (2 Cor 4:4)Demons are limited by God's control and they have limited powerIn Job, we see that Satan had to ask permission from God in order to torment Job God is all-powerful (Isaiah 46, Mark 13) [12:59] What Does Satan and Demons' Work Look Like?Demons actively work at promoting idolatryAnything that takes us away from the work of Christ and that we put above God in our hearts is idol worshipDemons actively work at promoting false religionDemons and Satan cannot read your thoughts or know the future [27:14] Final Thoughts    Final words Stay tuned for our next episode all about the relationship between people to demonsConnect with us!  Key Quotes“It all comes full circle in understanding that everything works together for God's purpose and that the power is in Christ alone.” - Jen Denton  Resources MentionedSystematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine by Wayne GrudemEvangelical Dictionary of TheologyBasic Theology: A Popular Systematic Guide to Understanding Biblical Truth by  Charles RyriePractical Christian Theology by Floyd BarrackmanThe Moody Handbook of Theology by Paul Enns Systematic Theology, Volumes 1- 3 by Rolland McCune Join the ConversationWe love your feedback! If you enjoyed this episode, leave us a review. If you have any questions or comments on today's episode, email me at pastorjeff@lowcountrycc.orgVisit my website https://www.jeffcranston.com and subscribe to my newsletter. Join me on Sunday mornings at LowCountry Community Church. Check-in with us on Facebook or Instagram @pastorjeffcranstonRemember, the real power of theology is not only knowing it but applying it. Thanks for listening!

JR.'s Sermons
Love Changes the World - Journey to Love

JR.'s Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 29:40


What does love look like in public? As Dr. Cornel West says, it's justice. How can we love well, in public? What does it mean to say that love changes the world?

Pacific Hills Calvary Chapel Audio
Matthew 6:1-4 (Don't Mention It) - Special Services/Speakers

Pacific Hills Calvary Chapel Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021


Matthew 6:1-4 (Don't Mention It) taught by Associate Pastor Justin Butorac on 10-24-21.

Bible Questions Podcast
How Can You Know That You Are Saved? + Is Jesus God and Equal to God? How To Have Assurance of Salvation. Reading John 8 #297

Bible Questions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 15:46


How can you know beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are saved by Jesus and destined for Heaven? In John 8, Jesus tells us how we can have real and genuine assurance of salvation. Also, did Jesus really save an adulterous woman from being stoned?

The Scarlet Thread
10-24-21 Year 1 Pentecost 22 Sunday

The Scarlet Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 6:48


The “scarlet thread” that runs throughout the scripture is the salvation of man found only in Jesus Christ. It is scarlet because the salvation is ultimately found in the blood of Jesus, and it is a thread because it is foreshadowed and preached about in the Old Testament before being realized in the New. This podcast features readings from the two-year daily lectionary, specifically the lectionary proscribed by the Lutheran Book of Worship (1978) and used in For All the Saints, published by the American Lutheran Publicity Bureau (www.alpb.org). The two-year daily lectionary moves you through the high points of the Bible with a daily reading from the Old Testament, the New Testament and the Gospels. I will also include a reading from the Psalter or Proverbs. There will be no special effects or background music; just the plain reading of God's Word. And no fundraising, either! However, feel free to rate the show if you enjoy it as that helps its visibility. After the two-year cycle, you will have gone through the high points of the Old Testament one time and most of the New Testament about 2 times. While this is not a complete reading of the Bible, it is a great way to grow in familiarity with the main narrative of the Bible. As it follows the liturgical year, festival and saint's days will also be observed. This podcast uses the Revised Standard Version (RSV) of the Bible. It is sponsored by First Lutheran in Houston (www.flhouston.org). You may also be interested in the Theology on Air Podcast which is a Christian apologetics radio program. Find it at the iTunes Store by searching for Theology on Air. You can contact me directly by email: pastor@flhouston.org.

Radio Tambua
What's Wrong With the Prosperity Gospel? (Part 2)

Radio Tambua

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 18:46


Does God promise to bless you with money? Is it God's will for you to be rich? Lots of pastors and self-proclaimed prophets today say “Yes!” But there are many reasons why every Christian should beware of this too-good-to-be-true “gospel of prosperity.” In this two-part series Rodgers Atwebembeire gives you four that you should take very seriously—including the popular “seed faith” error. Also see… A Statement on Prosperity Teaching (Lausanne)

North Coast Church
2 - When The Word Of The Lord Comes To You (Jonah) - WANTED: The Legends That Forged Our Faith

North Coast Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021


Message from special guest speaker, Mark Clark, on October 23-24, 2021. God called and used Jonah even though he wasn't “good enough,” and He can use any one of us in the same way, so we should never throw in the towel. God can use us because...

Bible Questions Podcast
How Can We Drink Jesus? Jesus Died Thirsty So That We Can Have Living Water! Reading John 7 #296

Bible Questions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 13:42


How can we have true living water from Jesus? It turns out that water is eternal, free and wonderful, and was purchased by Jesus and His death on the cross. Because He died thirsty, we never have to thirst again!

Bible Reading Podcast
How Can We Drink Jesus? Jesus Died Thirsty So That We Can Have Living Water! Reading John 7 #296

Bible Reading Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 13:42


How can we have true living water from Jesus? It turns out that water is eternal, free and wonderful, and was purchased by Jesus and His death on the cross. Because He died thirsty, we never have to thirst again!

For the Life of the World / Yale Center for Faith & Culture
Julian Reid / Musical Spiritual Hotel: Rest, Hospitality, and Sacred Music

For the Life of the World / Yale Center for Faith & Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 46:02


Julian Reid explores the way music and scripture can come together to create a sacred space. Extending metaphors of music as architecture and dwelling and spiritual experience as a river, the jazz pianist, producer, writer, and performer explains a recent project of his, "Notes of Rest," combining African-American spirituals with classical hymns for an experience of spiritual hospitality, gratitude, and proclamation of the Gospel into the full spectrum of human experience, in all its pain, frustration, frenzy, stillness, and joy. Throughout the conversation you'll hear Julian play along to accompany his points; he also graciously provided beautiful meditative interludes, much like the kind you'd experience in one of his "Notes of Rest" sessions. Interview by Matt Croasmun.Show NotesClick here to learn more about Julian Reid's "Notes of Rest"Introduction: Evan Rosa"God has given us music so that above all it can lead us upwards. Music unites all qualities: it can exalt us, divert us, cheer us up, or break the hardest of hearts with the softest of its melancholy tones. But its principal task is to lead our thoughts to higher things, to elevate, even to make us tremble… The musical art often speaks in sounds more penetrating than the words of poetry, and takes hold of the most hidden crevices of the heart… Song elevates our being and leads us to the good and the true. If, however, music serves only as a diversion or as a kind of vain ostentation it is sinful and harmful." (Friedrich Nietzsche at 14 years old; see Friedrich Nietzsche: A Philosophical Biography by Julian Young; h/t Brain Pickings)Bringing together music and scriptureEngendering wonder and trust as a seedbed for a life of faithCreating space, the architecture that music createsWeekly liturgical practicesThe ends and uses of music in sacred spacesLiving in a tent, motel—a musical spiritual hotelScripture is like a cathedral or museum.Performance: "Thank You, Lord"Gratitude—the way we enter into hospitality, "what it means to be hosted by God"Hotel art—the artwork invites and calms rather than jarring and provokingCuriosity vs calmnessInvoking a different kind of responseSanitizing the PsalmsPerformance: "Give Me Jesus"Speaking to different registersAimed at an encounter with the living GodGraceProclamation: music and preachingTaking risks over the pulpitKarl Barth: "God tempts the church through God's absence."Kerygma: "proclamation"Performance: "Lord, Hear My Prayer" (Taize)Word and WaterThe metaphor of water utilized in "Notes of Rest"Black musical idiomsFinding the use of Contemporary Christian Music (CCM)Balm in GileadThe Hymns of Isaac Watts, colonizing, historical contextCombining musical genealogiesBraxton Shelly's Healing for the SoulImaginative fuel from the mysticsCistercian monastics: worshipping in silence and solitude; "a long-standing faith"Performance: "Lord, Hear My Prayer / Give Me Jesus" (Medley)Introduction (Evan Rosa)One of the most gripping and influential philosophers of the last 200 years once wrote:"God has given us music so that above all it can lead us upwards. Music unites all qualities: it can exalt us, divert us, cheer us up, or break the hardest of hearts with the softest of its melancholy tones. But its principal task is to lead our thoughts to higher things, to elevate, even to make us tremble… The musical art often speaks in sounds more penetrating than the words of poetry, and takes hold of the most hidden crevices of the heart… Song elevates our being and leads us to the good and the true. If, however, music serves only as a diversion or as a kind of vain ostentation it is sinful and harmful."That Friedrich Nietzsche, written when he was 14 years old.There is plenty of "vain ostentation" in popular music today, and certainly not excluding the music played in church.But the unitive depth and invitation into transcendence that music offers us of course pairs beautifully with scripture. And whatever else might have changed in Nietzsche's thinking, even at the end of his life in Twilight of the Idols, he suggested that "Without music life would be a mistake. The German imagines even God as a songster." And I say: Well, not just the German, but the human.In today's episode, Matt Croasmun welcomes Julian Reid, jazz pianist and producer, writer, and performer (not to mention Yale and Emory educated). You can hear his hip-hop infused jazz project The JuJu Exchange on episode 26 of For the Life of the World, when Julian joined us to talk about How Jazz Teaches us Faith and Justice. Today, Matt and Julian explore the way music and scripture can come together to create a sacred space. Extending metaphors of music as architecture and dwelling and spiritual experience as a river, Julian explains a recent project of his, "Notes of Rest," combining African-American spirituals with classical hymns for an experience of spiritual hospitality, gratitude, and proclamation of the Gospel into the full spectrum of human experience, in all its pain, frustration, frenzy, stillness, and joy.Throughout the conversation you'll hear Julian play along to accompany his points; he also graciously provided beautiful meditative interludes, much like the kind you'd experience in one of his "Notes of Rest" sessions.Thanks for listening.About Julian ReidJulian Reid is a Chicago-based jazz pianist and producer, writer, and performer (B.A. Yale University / M.Div. Emory University). The JuJu Exchange is a musical partnership also featuring Nico Segal (trumpet, Chance the Rapper; The Social Experiment) and Everett Reid—exploring creativity, justice, and the human experience through their hip-hop infused jazz. Their new 5-song project is called The Eternal Boombox. Julian's latest project is "Notes of Rest"—a spiritual mini-retreat that places meditations from the Bible on a bed of music, cultivating rest, contemplation, and creativity in all who will hear Jesus' call.Production NotesThis podcast featured musician Julian Reid and biblical scholar Matt CroasmunEdited and Produced by Evan RosaHosted by Evan RosaProduction Assistance by Martin Chan, Nathan Jowers, Natalie Lam, and Logan LedmanA Production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture at Yale Divinity School https://faith.yale.edu/aboutSupport For the Life of the World podcast by giving to the Yale Center for Faith & Culture: https://faith.yale.edu/give

The Scarlet Thread
10-23-21 Year 1 Pentecost 21 Saturday

The Scarlet Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 6:59


The “scarlet thread” that runs throughout the scripture is the salvation of man found only in Jesus Christ. It is scarlet because the salvation is ultimately found in the blood of Jesus, and it is a thread because it is foreshadowed and preached about in the Old Testament before being realized in the New. This podcast features readings from the two-year daily lectionary, specifically the lectionary proscribed by the Lutheran Book of Worship (1978) and used in For All the Saints, published by the American Lutheran Publicity Bureau (www.alpb.org). The two-year daily lectionary moves you through the high points of the Bible with a daily reading from the Old Testament, the New Testament and the Gospels. I will also include a reading from the Psalter or Proverbs. There will be no special effects or background music; just the plain reading of God's Word. And no fundraising, either! However, feel free to rate the show if you enjoy it as that helps its visibility. After the two-year cycle, you will have gone through the high points of the Old Testament one time and most of the New Testament about 2 times. While this is not a complete reading of the Bible, it is a great way to grow in familiarity with the main narrative of the Bible. As it follows the liturgical year, festival and saint's days will also be observed. This podcast uses the Revised Standard Version (RSV) of the Bible. It is sponsored by First Lutheran in Houston (www.flhouston.org). You may also be interested in the Theology on Air Podcast which is a Christian apologetics radio program. Find it at the iTunes Store by searching for Theology on Air. You can contact me directly by email: pastor@flhouston.org.

Beyond The Pale
Episode 126: Trauma Theology with Hannah Land

Beyond The Pale

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 60:27


Hannah Land is an Occupational Therapist and administrator for the online community Progressing Church.  She joins Beyond the Pale to discuss the how theology can be employed to address the personal suffering and trauma experienced by many.  Along the way she opens up about her own experience with sexual abuse as well as sharing some of the life giving understanding of Christ that have helped her and others on their journey.  We also touch on spiritual deconstruction and the process of engaging with others. Go Beyond the Pale with Hannah Land! Episode Index 1:08 - Intro with Steve & Tammy 9:00 - Conversation with Hannah begins 10:47 - What is trauma theology? 18:00 - Hannah shares her personal experience 20:39 - Jesus & the trauma he experienced 32:41 - Spiritual Deconstruction- Is it just a "white people" thing? 42:40 - When is it OK to provoke other people?

Catholic Answers Live
#10335 Catholic Answers Quiz Show - Karlo Broussard

Catholic Answers Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021


Catholic Answers Quiz Show! Elisha vs. Angel Contestant One 1) Which of the following encyclicals was not written by Pope JPII? a) Pacem In Terris (Peace on Earth) b) Veritatis Splendor c) Evangelium Vitae 2)  Pope John Paul was the first non-Italian pope in: a) 1237 years b) 871 years c) 455 years 3) Pope John Paul II attended a) The First Vatican Council. b) The Second Vatican Council. c) Neither because he lived in communist Poland. Contestant Two 1) Pope John Paul gave his teaching, now called the Theology of the Body: a) In an encyclical b) At his weekly audiences. c) In a book called Fides Et Ratio. 2) Pope John Paul got lots of criticism because he once kissed: a)A copy of the Koran. b) Fidel Castro. c) A statue of the Buddha. 3) Pope John Paul II was shot: a) On the feast of Our Lady of Fatima. b) On the feast of the Divine Mercy. c) On the feast of Sts Peter and Paul. ROUND TWO Contestant One 1) The souls in Heaven: a) Are given faith in proportion to how they lived. b) Do not have faith. c) Are given a superabundance of faith. 2) The Apostle Paul was a: a) Sadducee b) Temple Priest c) Pharisee 3) The title “Theotokos” or God-bearer was used: a) By only one of the early church fathers. b) By none of the Church fathers. It is a later development. c) By many of the early Church Fathers. Contestant Two 1) The Communion of Saints refers to: A) The canonized saints who can be honored at Mass. B) All of the saints in heaven whether they have been canonized or not. C) All of those who have been made children of God by Christ whether in heaven, on earth, or in purgatory. 2) Which of the following is true about St. Paul: a) He was a powerful healer, so much so that people could heal the sick just using objects that had touched Paul. b) He was a preacher, but unlike the other apostles, he had no healing ministry. c) He taught that only the sacraments could heal. 3)  The bishops of the Orthodox Churches are: a.) Not successors of the Apostles as Catholic bishops are b.) Successors of the Apostles c.) Successors only of St. Paul but not of St. Peter FINAL JUDGMENT True or False: The Holy Spirit is not the Father, the Father is not the Son, and the Son is not the Holy Spirit. True or False: The Investiture Controversy involved Greek Patriarchs refusing to allow the Pope to appoint bishops. True or False: During the Roman persecutions, those who caved to Roman pressure were never allowed back into communion. True or False: Jesus chose only Jewish men for his Apostles. True or False: Jesus had the Beatific vision even when he was in Mary's womb. True or False: Detraction is the sin of lying to hurt the reputation of another. True or False: One is not morally required to always choose the highest good. …

Catholic Answers Live
#10334 The Theology of JPII - Joe Heschmeyer

Catholic Answers Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021


Questions Covered: 19:15 – A few weeks after my miscarriage I saw JPII in a dream, and he said to me “You have a child.” I was pregnant again in the next week. That's why he's the patron of my daughter. 24:20 – Do you think JPII should be declared a Doctor of the Church? 31:25 – JPII's intercession helped deliver my daughter safely, and also made for a special connection between her and Our Lady. 36:27 – I thought JPII was a great pope, but the religious summit at Assisi was problematic because it led to religious indifferentism. 51:50 – I really appreciated JPII's theology on marriage and divorce. …

Discerning Marriage
Episode 27: Original Solitude with Bill Donaghy

Discerning Marriage

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 25:52


The ache of longing to be in your vocation can be agonizing. Amazingly, Pope St. John Paul II pressed into this theme in his discussions on what he calls original solitude. Renown Theology of the Body expert Bill Donaghy joins me as we discuss what original solitude is and why it matters to you! On The Discerning Marriage Podcast, we accompany you on the journey to discover if marriage is God's will for you, and if you already know that you're called to marriage, we want to help you bring glory to God in your vocation. This podcast is hosted by the Theology of the Body Instiute. Learn more about the Institute here (https://tobinstitute.org). Having worked in mission, evangelization, and education since the early 1990s, Bill joined faculty of the TOB Institute in 2010 and became a full-time member of the team as content specialist in 2013. With a background in visual arts, philosophy, and systematic theology, he has given talks and retreats to bishops, priests, deacons, religious, and the lay faithful throughout the country and internationally. Bill is the co-author with Chris Stefanick of the popular program RISE: 30 Day Challenge for Men and is a proud husband and father of four. A huge thank you to Catholic record label NOVUM Records (https://www.novumrecords.com) and artist John Finch for our theme song "Send Down Your Spirit"! Learn more about Discerning Marriage Ministries here (https://www.discerningmarriage.com). Send a question to host Elizabeth Busby here (https://discerningmarriage.fireside.fm/ask).

New Thinking Allowed Audio Podcast
Philosophy and Theology with Pierre Grimes

New Thinking Allowed Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 45:11


Pierre Grimes, PhD, is a specialist in classical Greek philosophy. He is the founder of the American Philosophical Practitioners Association. He is also founder of the Noetic Society in the Los Angeles area. He is author of Philosophical Midwifery: A New Paradigm for Understanding Human Problems, Socrates and Jesus: A Dialogue in Heaven, and Unblocking: … Continue reading "Philosophy and Theology with Pierre Grimes"

Crackers and Grape Juice
Episode 328: Bishop Scott Anson Benhase - Done and Left Undone: Grace in the Meantime of Ministry

Crackers and Grape Juice

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 62:08


In a post-Christian culture, parish clergy can find themselves at a loss, ill-equipped to deal with a reality for which seminary did not prepare them. As a result, the Church and its clergy can seem to flounder from one “program” to the next or get enamored with secular self-help strategies. To learn to lead well in this new context, the Church needs to help clergy refocus on what both works and is true to their tradition and theology. Enter Scott Benhase, whose Done and Left Undone proposes an ascetical theology of leadership based in St. Benedict's Promise of Stability, Obedience, and Conversion of Life. The Promise helps clergy move forward from their inward identity to their outward askesis (discipline), their inner life experience of resting in the mercy of God's grace in harmony with their outward role in the church. Benhase believes parish clergy can lead faithfully and well without following a program or leadership style that does not fit them. Leading from ascetical grace does not require parish clergy to be something they are not. It invites them, rather, to a way of being and an askesis that will help them be both faithful and effective in parish leadership.Scott Anson Benhase was the tenth Episcopal bishop of Georgia. He now serves as the vicar of St. Cyprian's in Durham, North Carolina. 

Bible Reading Podcast
What Did Jesus Say That Made His Disciples Immediately Turn Away And Stop Following Him? Reading John #295

Bible Reading Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 14:05


Was Jesus loved by the commoners and hated by the elites? Not exactly - it turns out that Jesus was so radical, that He could turn off normies and the top 1 percenters with the same teaching, and today we will hear about a teaching of Jesus that caused many of His DISCIPLES to turn away and stop following Him. What teaching?

The Paul Tripp Podcast
234. How To Lose Your Fear Of The Future | Connecting Clip Of The Week

The Paul Tripp Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 4:53


Do you struggle to understand the will of God for your life? Do you ever feel crippled with anxiety when you face major (or minor) decisions? In today's Connecting Clip of the Week, Paul and Shelby discuss the freedom that's found when you rest in God's sovereignty over your life.This short episode is from a larger conversation Paul and Shelby had on The Connecting Podcast. To listen to the full episode, check out The Paul Tripp Podcast Episode 225. If you've been enjoying The Paul Tripp Podcast, please leave us a review! Your review helps us reach more people with the transforming power of the gospel.

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com
Friday, October 22, 2021

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 26:32


DOCUMENTATION AND ADDITIONAL READING PART 1 (0:0 - 9:25): ────────────────── Lessons In The Symbiotic Relationship Of Press and Political Elite — Lesson One: Katie Couric Apologizes For Protecting Ruth Bader Ginsberg Over 2016 Interview WASHINGTON POST (ERIK WEMPLE) Katie Couric Admits She Was Wrong to ‘Protect' Ruth Bader Ginsburg PART 2 (9:26 - 11:22): ────────────────── The Symbiotic Relationship Of Press and Political Elite — Lesson Two: The Book Business and Big Media PART 3 (11:23 - 15:28): ────────────────── The Symbiotic Relationship Of Press and Political Elite — Lesson Three: Press Positively Covers Fashion Shift As Politics NEW YORK TIMES (VANESSA FRIEDMAN) Kyrsten Sinema's Style Keeps Us Guessing PART 4 (15:29 - 19:35): ────────────────── ‘Gender Agnosticism' On The Runway As Fashion Synthesizes With The Moral Revolution NEW YORK TIMES (VANESSA FRIEDMAN AND GUY TREBAY) The End of Gender PART 5 (19:36 - 21:49): ────────────────── Why Are Cities More Liberal than Rural Areas? — Dr. Mohler RespondsTo Letters From Listeners Of The Briefing PART 6 (21:50 - 23:17): ────────────────── Can The Supreme Court Overturn Texas Heartbeat Law But Still Overturn Roe v. Wade? — Dr. Mohler Responds To Letters From Listeners Of The Briefing PART 7 (23:18 - 26:32): ────────────────── How Should Young Women Pursue Education and Careers Without Succumbing To The Cultural Imperative Of ‘Career First, Babies Second'? — Dr. Mohler Responds To Letters From Listeners Of The Briefing

Padre Peregrino
TCE 30: The Children's Story

Padre Peregrino

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 26:26


"Theology and Current Events" (TCE) #30 considers the question: How long does it take a leftist to brainwash a kid from a family on the right? The answer is found in James Clavell's classic short tale titled, “The Children's Story.”

Conformed to Christ
Religious Exemption, SBC Reformation, and Liberal Hermeneutic — Free-for-All Friday

Conformed to Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 71:24


Today is Free-For-All Friday, and we are continuing our theme of the Reformation for the month of October. Today Jay and George discuss the need for reformation in the SBC, religious exemptions to government mandates, and approaching Paul "with a hermeneutic of suspicion." Conformed to Christ aims to engage the mind, affect the heart, and call people to follow Christ. Additionally, our aim is to introduce and explain passages of Scripture and difficult theological doctrines in a down-to-earth and easy-to-grasp manner. Theology and the Bible should impact your life and our goal is that we might play a small part in seeing that happen. ***Be sure to subscribe on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or Podbean*** iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/conformed-to-christ/id1503247486 Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL2NvbmZvcm1lZHRvY2hyaXN0L2ZlZWQueG1s Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5YruCZu4hla6Ll3rBu7UPY Podbean: https://conformedtochrist.podbean.com/

Mormon Discussions Podcasts – Full Lineup
Mormonism LIVE: 046: Suicide Within Mormon History & Theology

Mormon Discussions Podcasts – Full Lineup

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 99:13


WARNING: We will be dealing with the sensitive topic of Self Harm. If you have self harm ideation and are triggered by discussion around such, please skip this episode in lieu of another. In Tonight’s Episode Bill Reel and RFM will take a deep historical dive into the topic of Suicide within Mormon Theology and […] The post Mormonism LIVE: 046: Suicide Within Mormon History & Theology appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.

Mormon Discussion by Bill Reel
Mormonism LIVE: 046: Suicide Within Mormon History & Theology

Mormon Discussion by Bill Reel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 99:13


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Radio Free Mormon
Mormonism LIVE: 046: Suicide Within Mormon History & Theology

Radio Free Mormon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 99:13


WARNING: We will be dealing with the sensitive topic of Self Harm. If you have self harm ideation and are triggered by discussion around such, please skip this episode in lieu of another. In Tonight’s Episode Bill Reel and RFM will take a deep historical dive into the topic of Suicide within Mormon Theology and […] The post Mormonism LIVE: 046: Suicide Within Mormon History & Theology appeared first on Radio Free Mormon.

Ask Father Josh (Your Catholic Question and Answer Podcast)
Vocation Confusion and Taking the Morning After Pill

Ask Father Josh (Your Catholic Question and Answer Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 26:52


Fr. Josh answers questions about experiencing confusion and doubts discerning one's vocation, and why taking the morning after pill is a serious sin, but a sin that God forgives through the sacrament of Reconciliation because there is no sin that God doesn't forgive in confession. Snippet From the Show "My Lord God, I have no idea where I am going. I do not see the road ahead of me. I cannot know for certain where it will end. Nor do I really know myself, and the fact that I think that I am following your will does not mean that I am actually doing so. But I believe that the desire to please you does in fact please you." Text “askfrjosh” to 33-777 to subscribe to Fr. Josh's shownotes or go to www.AscensionPress.com/askfatherjosh Submit your questions and feedback to Fr.Josh by filling out a form at www.ascensionpress.com/askfatherjosh

CrossPolitic Studios
The Theology Pugcast: The Slavery Show

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 60:53


Evidence indicates that slavery was a universal institution. It was practiced on every inhabited continent. It isn't a particularly western institution at all. What has been peculiar to the West is the effort to abolish it. That effort has been largely successful when it comes to legislation—nevertheless slavery is still with us. Why is that? […]

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com
Thursday, October 21, 2021

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 27:15


DOCUMENTATION AND ADDITIONAL READING PART 1 (0:0 - 11:40): ────────────────── The End Of Humanity Would Result In End Of Meaning? We Are Thinking Atoms? Worldview Clash Revealed at The Guardian THE GUARDIAN (TARA CONLAN) Earth's Demise Could Rid Galaxy of Meaning, Warns Brian Cox Ahead of Cop26 PART 2 (11:41 - 18:44): ────────────────── ‘Meaning Emerges From Sufficiently Complex Biological Machines' — The Secular Worldview Attempts Definitions to Define Humanity In A Worldview Without God PART 3 (18:45 - 22:19): ────────────────── Missionaries In Haiti Kidnapped For Ransom — More Evidence of Human Sinfulness on Display WALL STREET JOURNAL (DAVID LUHNOW AND JUAN MONTES) Haiti Kidnapping: What Happened to the Missionaries, and Who Is the 400 Mawozo Gang? PART 4 (22:20 - 27:15): ────────────────── Someone Who ‘Represents all North Carolinians' Instead? Modern Ideology Of Representation Goes After Statue Of Billy Graham for U. S. Capitol CHARLOTTE OBSERVER (SHERRI ZANN ROSENTHAL) Billy Graham Statue at the US Capitol Won't Represent Me, Many Others in NC

The Paul Tripp Podcast
233. David And Abigail [David 6]

The Paul Tripp Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 32:01


How would you respond to a boss who accuses you of something you didn't do? Or a professor who seems intent on making your life difficult? Or a spouse who doesn't seem to care as much for you as you care for them?In today's episode, we'll continue through Paul's sermon series on the life of David, and today, Paul discusses the reality of life in a fallen world and how we should and shouldn't respond to unmet expectations and disappointments.If you've been enjoying The Paul Tripp Podcast, please leave us a review! Your review helps us reach more people with the transforming power of the gospel.