Speaking Christianly about, well, all sorts of things. Each episode takes a deep dive into a piece of Christian culture, theology, or practice to find out why we do the things we do and how we can do them better.
After the 2016 election, Christians wrestled with what it means to be an evangelical in a world that sees them as a political group. On the eve of a new election, we need to wrestle with how to live in a nation as citizens of the Kingdom of God.
Faith-Based movies promise to change Hollywood, influence culture, and are said to be the "greatest evangelistic tools of our era." But are they successful? Could we–should we– be doing better?
Calvinism vs. Arminianism
What do Calvinist believe? What do Arminians believe? Why is this such a big issue? This episode, we get past the straw-man arguments and dismissiveness that often surrounds this debate to get down to the nuts and bolts of soteriology.
In the Word: Hebrews (Jesus and Jazz)
Some parts of the Bible can be intimidating. But those parts- the people with names we can't pronounce and the ideas that seem irrelevant- contain some of the deepest and most life changing truths in all of Scripture.
The Greatest Commandment
When Jesus talks about the law, he talks about love. How do they work together, and what on earth does that have to do with 2020?
Christian music is divisive, safe for the whole family, encouraging and perplexing. It is the heartbeat of our worship services and theologically vague. It's exciting and the most homogenous genre of music. Wait, what the heck is going on with Christian music?
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The highlight of the month, without a doubt, is a new episode of Christenese. Drew Fitzgerald’s presentation, the topics presented, not to mention the sound effects, are spot on. Keep up the great work.
I love this podcast! My issue is that the episode on Calvinism and Arminianism seemed to cut off without being completed. I just want to hear the rest!
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