Episode 187: The Art Of The Apology.
We all know what a bad apology looks like. This week, Alan, Greg and Scott talk about what 'I'm sorry if...' and 'I'm sorry but...' really mean as well as what a good apologies looks like and why they are so important.
Episode 186b: Journeys & Regrets (Part 2).
This week's episode was recorded in May and is Part 2 of 'Journeys & Regrets'! This time around, Scott and Alan interview Greg about his journey into ministry and the transformative moments that have shaped his life along the way. From there, we talk about what it means to have a healthy relationship with regret and Alan begins a lifelong love affair with the word 'baseline.'
Episode 186a: The First Of Many Conversations.
Following the global movement of outrage, heartbreak and ‘Black Lives Matter’ protests after the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Alan, Greg and Scott talk about what they’re learning about systemic racism, justice and what it means to be allies to those who are victims of oppression.
Episode 185: Journeys & Regrets (Part 1)
This week, Greg interviews Scott and Alan about our journeys into ministry and the key moments that shaped our lives and sense of calling. Make sure to subscribe for Part Two which sees Al and Scott interview Greg and the conversation that follows about what it means to have a healthy understanding of regret.
Episode 184: Christians & Conspiracy Theories.
This week on the podcast, Al, Greg and Scott talk discuss why Christians tend to be so quick to embrace conspiracy theories, where that comes from and how we respond to it. Our thinking was particularly stirred by two great articles:
1. Love Rules the World, Not Conspiracy - Ken Tanner
2. Gullibility Is Not A Spiritual Gift - Ed Stetzer
Episode 183: Self-Care in Lockdown.
This week on the podcast, Al, Greg and Scott talk about how the challenges of lockdown are affecting our emotional, physical and spiritual health and the strategies we are developing to stay healthy in the uncertain times.
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So I'm delighted to have found this podcast! It's not in your face religious. It is genuinely funny (apart from Alan's dad jokes!) and the friendship between the three guys makes it work so well. Cheers lads keep up the great work.
Post-Christendom Ireland Banter
Three white male friends from the Irish Anglican Evangelical tradition discuss ongoing issues related to their faith. All three pariticipants have a youth/alt view background. Reflections tend to be on American publications and authors but then interpreted from an Irish perspective. Light, conversational approach with potential for development. Since there is nothing else that I am aware of from an Irish perspective in this format and addressing said issues. Entertaining and engaging and worth a listen.