Joshua Stump and Jay Newman talk about spirituality and overcoming cynicism in a post-evangelical culture.
#87 Escaping Death and Mental Breakdown End of 2021
In this last episode Jay discusses his encounter with Covid and Joshua talks about Emotion Breakdown dealing with years of leading ministry. This is the last episode of 2021.
Building Pipes & Holding Faith : Pete Prevost Briar Works
This was a fun and nerdy episode: We talk to Pete about his time in Sanctus Real and Rocking with Bleach. He also talks about the mystery and beauty making pipes and enjoying tobacco .
Life After Divorce w/ Robert Cortner
Jay and Joshua talk with Knife Smith Robert Cortner about his Relationship with God in the heartbreak of Divorce. How to keep faith in the middle of heart break.
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A Christian Response to Current Events.
After the tragic bombing in Afghanistan Jay posted a question about the Christian role in the mIlitary. It caused a good amount of disagreement. Jay clears the air as we discuss current events and how to live our faith better.
Come back to the Gospel w/ Tik Tok Pastor Jeremy Colman
That Pastor From Oklahoma
Joshua and Jay talk to Jeremy about his journey to expose the corruption of the American church. Jeremy discusses his struggles with the fame and attention that TikTok has brought to his doorstep. Ultimately, they all agree there is much to be hopeful for as Christ restores His Bride.
That Pastor From Oklahoma on Twitter: @pastorfromok
Tik Tok : @pastorfromok
How to Pastor the Deconstructed w/ Kevin Bruchert
Joshua & Jay talk with Church Planting Pastor Kevin Bruchert with Meizon Mission . We discuss the pains of Ministry and loving those who are struggling with Faith.
Hear More From Kevin on the Meizon Podcast
cosmic brain ascension guaranteed
Jay and Josh are fantastic at showcasing all kinds of worldviews. I strongly appreciate how no topic is off limits, no one gets chided for talking through an idea, and disagreement isn’t shut down. We all need to learn how to do this.
If you’re not into extremism, but you want to become an extremist in cognitive process, this is your show.
I really enjoy all of the Catacomb podcasts. But the immigration episode may be my favorite so far. In a time when the country is so divided it is refreshing to hear common sense dialogue on this subject.
Musicians, mystics, and mischievous misfits...
The Catacombs is a unique and important member of the body podcast. In an age of deconstruction, Josh, Jay, their guest (and don’t forget Thad) aren’t just reveling in cynicism; they are revealing it with an eye towards subverting/solving it. This isn’t a pity party; it’s a pilgrimage...one well worth walking.