Almost Heretical
Almost Heretical
Mar 18, 2020
92: Unequally yoked
58 min

What does it even mean to be unequally yoked? And does any part of the New Testament actually forbid Christians getting married to people who aren’t Christian? And if so, why? (More)

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Hosts: Nate Hanson / Tim Ritter

Music: jpoetic

The Deconstructionists
The Deconstructionists
Adam Narloch & John Williamson
Ep. 112 - Justin Toppins "Human Trafficking pt. 2"
Guest Info/Bio: This week I welcome Justin Toppins is a writer and filmmaker who recently released his book, “The Outcast Daughter: What I learned about hope and faith from conversations with sex trafficking survivors and his accompanying documentary film, “Irreclaimable”. For more than a year, Justin set out to learn about the dark world of sex trafficking. Along the way he spoke with victims, sex workers, and even law enforcement to separate fact from myth. Guest Links: Musical Guest/Music Links: ( ) Twitter: @remedydrive Instagram: @remedydrive Facebook: @remedydrive Twitter: @theexodusroad Instagram: @theexodusroad Facebook: @theexodusroad Enjoy the music? Songs heard on this episode were: “Disappear, You Got Fire (ft. Rachel Lampa McCarthy), & Warlike” from the album, The North Star. “Guide You Home” from the album, Hope’s Not Giving Up. You can find Remedy Drive’s music on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube, or anywhere good music is sold! This episode of the Deconstructionists Podcast was edited by John Williamson and mixed and produced by Nicholas Rowe at National Audio Preservation Society: A full service recording studio and creative habitat, located in Heath, Ohio. Find them on Facebook and Twitter or visit their website for more information: ( ) Stay on top of all of the latest at ( ) Go there to check out our blog, snag a t-shirt, or follow us on social media Join our Patreon family here: ( ) Website by Ryan Battles All photos by Jared Hevron Logos designed by Joseph Ernst & Stephen Pfluig T-shirt designs by Joseph Ernst, Chad Flannigan, Colin Rigsby, and Jason Turner. Advertising Inquiries:
1 hr 17 min
Pastor With No Answers Podcast
Pastor With No Answers Podcast
Joey Svendsen
268 - My Dear Friend Who Happens to Be Fat
First of all, kids say the darndest things.  [11:30 minute mark] Three kids belonging to some listeners of this podcast, as well as Joey’s son Waylon, kick us off to talk about the deeper things in life.  We talk about how God is good in the context of tornadoes, some specific times their parents have cussed, how the devil is apparently stronger than God sometimes, whether Biden will make a good president, and whether or not they would be nervous to babysit baby Jesus.  One of these kids is an open theist, none of them are quite sure whether skin is an essential organ, Waylon has lied to his dad recently and a couple of them think Cobain was killed by his wife.  Oh, and the devil created robbers and cancer.  [50:00 minute mark] Secondly, Joey talks to his friend Amy Alderman and what it’s like to be obese.  Amy has been told by some that “she’s liked despite her weight” and that “no one would take her serious as a speaker because of her weight.”  She shares how people see “fat” as contagious, recounts how she feels judged at restaurants, and outlines the many stereotypes and assumptions people have about fat people.  Joey admits to falling prey of these stereotypes and asks questions about "fat jokes." Instagram account: Current DonorSee: Get notifications each time we start raising money to get more information on our current opportunity to “save the day” for team humanity. Text PWNAd to 31010.  Join us as a patron! Join the discussion:  CALL 507-403-PWNA (7962):  Questions, Comments, Feedback, Pushback, frustration?  Air it out on our voicemail and we may air it on an episode.    E-mail for correspondence  Music courtesy of: Editor and producer of this episode: Andrew Holder Reach out to Andrew for all mixing and editing podcast needs. Executive Producer of PWNApod:  Jared Svendsen
1 hr 37 min
The Way of Love with Bishop Michael Curry
The Way of Love with Bishop Michael Curry
The Episcopal Church
Worshipping in the Black Church Tradition with Dean Kelly Brown Douglas
In this episode, Bishop Curry talks with the Very Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas, Dean of the Episcopal Divinity School at Union Theological Seminary. This audio comes from the 2020 International Black Clergy Conference, presented by The Episcopal Church’s Office of Black Ministries. To Worship on the Way of Love is to gather in community weekly to thank, praise, and dwell with God. Dean Brown Douglas and Bishop Curry discuss their understanding of being Black Episcopalians, and the lessons that the whole Church can learn from the earliest days of the Black Church through to the present day. As we explore our relationships with God, as we draw closer to God, we will find ourselves, in turn, drawing closer to each other. This season of the Way of Love podcast is sponsored by Church Pension Group, a financial services organization providing employee benefits, property and casualty insurance, and publishing to The Episcopal Church. Follow CPG on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn to learn how it’s been a stable presence in the Church for more than 100 years.   After the Podcast Learn more about the Way of Love and creating your own rule of life based around the practices of Turn, Learn, Pray, Worship, Bless, Go, and Rest. Discover more about The Episcopal Church’s Office of Black Ministries. Learn more about how Church Pension Group has been a stable presence in the Church for more than 100 years. Discover how you can Prepare to Become Beloved Community this Advent. Don’t forget to post on social media how you’re WORSHIPing this week, using #WayofLove.
56 min
Parenting Forward
Parenting Forward
Cindy Wang Brandt
103: How to Teach Kids a Responsible Reading of the Bible w/ Pete Enns
You can tell a lot about people by their reaction to the Bible. That is what makes it so interesting as a sociological phenomenon. There are secular people who are largely ignorant of the Bible. Then there is the large spectrum of ways Christians engage with the Bible, from the literal inerrant folks to the infallible and liberal interpretations. My guest today understands the varied kind of baggage that the Bible can carry for people. Pete Enns is a Bible scholar, a professor, the author of several amazing books about the Bible, and the host of the popular podcast The Bible for Normal People. I had the amazing honor of being a guest on that show back in August. In this episode, we are discussing how to teach about and discuss the Bible with our kids. Show Highlights: * Pete’s personal relationship with the Bible. * Whether or not the Bible is appropriate for children. * How children were viewed in Bible times. * Age-appropriate ways to teach the context of Bible stories. * Irresponsible ways of sharing the Bible with children. * What needs to change in regards to our attitude about children. * How understanding that you want to give your children power changes your approach to the Bible. * Why biblical literacy is important even for secular people. * How to raise our kids with resilience to prepare them for those who will contradict the way they learn the Bible. Links (affiliates included): My episode on The Bible for Normal People - Pete Enns website - Pete’s Bible Curriculum for kids - Join us at the Parenting Forward Patreon Team - Parenting Forward, the Book - EPISODE CREDITS: If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Danny Ozment. He helps thought leaders, influencers, executives, HR professionals, recruiters, lawyers, realtors, bloggers, coaches, and authors create, launch, and produce podcasts that grow their business and impact the world. Find out more at
51 min
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