A regular podcast where theologians Graham Tomlin, Mike Lloyd and Jane Williams get together to discuss burning issues of God, theology, life and much more, over an endless supply of coffee and biscuits.
Graham Tomlin, Jane Williams and Michael Lloyd muse over questions about why God doesn’t make himself more obvious and how returning to the spiritual disciplines can help us get through the pandemic.
In this GodPod, Graham, Jane and Mike are joined by Katherine Sonderegger, the William Meade Chair of Systematic Theology at Virginia Theological Seminary, for a fascinating discussion on Christ’s hiddenness and presence in the pandemic and at all times.
In this episode of GodPod the home team answer some of your questions! In this edition they discuss the role of Stephen in scripture and the place of the sacraments in the pandemic. If you'd like the team to discuss one of your questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
In this GodPod the home team are joined by Will Willimon from Duke University for an interesting discussion on hearing God speak in sermons and the role of preaching.
In this episode, the usual team is joined by Professor John Swinton from the University of Aberdeen to think about questions of suffering and evil raised by the COVID pandemic, the experience of the absence of God, and how to find Jesus in the storm of mental health affliction
GodPod team invite Maurice Glasman back for part 2 of a fascinating discussion on the importance of the local church and how it can be seen as the embodiment of love is a desecrated world.
Godpod never fails to challenge and inspire.
I listen to a lot of podcasts and this is one of the best!
Lovely people, great discussions. Thank you Graham, Mike, and Jane!
This is just another case of proselytisation.
God shows up in the Middle Ages, in a backward part of the world.
Most have grown out of this rubbish now, yet there's always one or two loudmouths carrying on with this rubbish.
It's about time to stop.