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Tim Challies and Paul Martin think out loud and in public about how to live a quiet and peaceful life, godly and dignified in every way.

The Art of Godliness Tim Challies & Paul Martin

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.5 • 2 Ratings

Tim Challies and Paul Martin think out loud and in public about how to live a quiet and peaceful life, godly and dignified in every way.

    The Art of Godliness, Episode 11: The Weird One

    The Art of Godliness, Episode 11: The Weird One

    aul and I began The Art of Godliness as an extension of our existing friendship. The conversations we've enjoyed as friends, colleagues, and co-elders simply spilled over into the podcast. This episode is perhaps the most obvious indicator of the fun we have as friends. In this eleventh and final episode of series 1 of the podcast, we just have fun. That's why I've labeled it "The Weird One." I hope you enjoy it!

    Thanks to this week's sponsor Logos Mobile Education. Pay them a visit and learn more at logos.com/timchallies.

    We will be back soon with series 2!

    In the meantime, you can subscribe to The Art of Godliness via iTunes and most other podcast directories. If you’d like to subscribe to the podcast directly, you can do so here.

    The Art of Godliness, Episode 10: Social Media

    The Art of Godliness, Episode 10: Social Media

    e are nearing the final episode of series 1 of The Art of Godliness podcast! After this week’s episode there will be just one more before we take a built-in break but first we want provide this discussion of social media. This is, once again, our attempt to offer assistance to you as you obey God in leading a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way.

    This week’s episode is sponsored by Logos. And here are the kinds of things you can study with Logos Mobile Education from Faithlife: New Testament, Old Testament, theology, church history, preaching, biblical interpretation, archaeology, apologetics, counseling, leadership, discipleship, pastoral care, missions, personal/spiritual/professional development, ethics, cultural studies, Logos training, and Greek and Hebrew. Learn more about Logos Mobile Education at logos.com/timchallies.
    Show Notes

    Solomon on Social Media
    Peaceful Polemics Online

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    The Art of Godliness, Episode 9: Personal Devotions

    The Art of Godliness, Episode 9: Personal Devotions

    elcome to another episode of The Art of Godliness podcast. In this podcast, Paul Martin and I do our utmost to provoke you obey God in leading a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way. This time around we are discussing the always-important and always-difficult subject of personal devotions. We hope you find it informative and helpful.

    Our thanks goes to Lexham Press for sponsoring this episode. Learn more about the Lexham Classics series at Lexhampress.com/classics.
    Show Notes

    PrayerMate app
    One Very Good Reason To Read Your Bible (Tim Challies)
    Practice Your Devotion (Tim Challies)
    Pastor Paul’s Bible Reading Program (Paul Martin)
    Simple Ways to Spark a Lukewarm Devotion Life (Tim Challies)
    Sola Scriptura - The Ground on Which We Stand (Paul Martin)
    Scripture Alone (Tim Challies)

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    The Art of Godliness, Episode 8: Entertainment

    The Art of Godliness, Episode 8: Entertainment

    oday I’ve got a new episode of The Art of Godliness for you to listen to. Through this episode (and all the others before and after it) Paul and I hope to provoke you obey God in leading a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way. This time we focus our thoughts and conversation on entertainment, and especially the entertainment Christians enjoy through pop culture. We hope you find it helpful!
    Recommended Reading

    “I Don’t Understand Christians Watching Game of Thrones” (Kevin DeYoung)
    "On “Stranger Things” and Being a Big Prude" (Tim Challies)
    “Twelve Questions to Ask Before You Watch ‘Game of Thrones’” (John Piper)
    “Sex on the Silver Screen: What Would a Victorian Christian Say?" (Tim Challies)
    "How Much Television Do You Actually Watch? Way Too Much!" (Tim Challies)
    "Netflix’s Biggest Competition" (Tim Challies)

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    The Art of Godliness, Episode 7: Gossip

    The Art of Godliness, Episode 7: Gossip

    here is not an individual or a church that has not been impacted at some time or in some way by gossip. The sad fact is that too much of the time we talk too much and about all the wrong things. In this episode of The Art of Godliness, Paul and I discuss the common, ugly, destructive sin of gossip. Give it a listen and see if you find it at all helpful or challenging! After all, the purpose of our podcast is to attempt to think out loud about how to lead a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way. And few things are more undignified and less peaceful than gossiping about others!
    Recommended Reading:

    A Quick Fix for Low Self-Esteem
    The King Is Within Earshot
    Sermon: “Lies, Jabber and Gossip”

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    The Art of Godliness, Episode 6: Disability in the Church

    The Art of Godliness, Episode 6: Disability in the Church

    oday we bring you another episode of The Art of Godliness, the podcast that attempts to think out loud about how to lead a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way. In this week's episode we discuss the kind of subject that will compel a lot of people to just skip the episode. It may not seem that important to you or may not seem to matter much in your context. Can we ask you to listen anyway? This subject is near and dear to both of us and may be of greater urgency to you than you know. Our topic today is disability, and especially disability in the church.

    Thanks to this week’s sponsor Logos for making this episode possible. Learn more about Logos and their excellent Reformation resources at logos.com/reformationchallies. Some of their deals are time-sensitive, so don't dawdle!
    Resources

    Wrestling with an Angel by Greg Lucas
    The Life We Never Expected by Andrew and Rachel Wilson
    The Elisha Foundation

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Customer Reviews

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2 Ratings

2 Ratings

DaveySteve ,

Excellent resource for Christians

Godly, wise, engaging, clear, and most importantly thoroughly Biblical. I would recommend this podcast to any Christian who wants to grow in godliness

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