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A podcast about life and theology brought to you by professors, creatives, thinkers, pastors, and leaders. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/everydaytheology/support

Everyday Theology Aaron Gabriel Ross

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9 • 74 Ratings

A podcast about life and theology brought to you by professors, creatives, thinkers, pastors, and leaders. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/everydaytheology/support

    S3 EP:19 - What is Faith? With Dr. Teresa Morgan

    S3 EP:19 - What is Faith? With Dr. Teresa Morgan

    Is faith just belief, is it allegiance, is it something else? Dr. Teresa Morgan, who holds the McDonald Agape Professorship in New Testament and Early Christianity at Yale University, joins Aaron to take a deep dive into what pistis and fides (the Greek and Latin for faith or trust) meant for those who used those words within the first century. Most importantly, Dr. Morgan and Aaron talk about why Christians today need to understand these terms within their contexts. Spoiler: faith is more than belief and when we understand faith properly, Christians can be free to be in relationship with Christ and also question what they believe. 


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    • 59 min
    S3 EP:18 What Makes Pentecostalism Unique with Bishop Ed Gungor

    S3 EP:18 What Makes Pentecostalism Unique with Bishop Ed Gungor

    Pentecostalism has been in the news as of late. With more scandals within larger Pentecostal affiliated churches happening, there seems to be more discussion, good and bad, about this group. But who are Pentecostals and what makes them unique as a Christian stream? In this episode, Aaron and Chris get to chat with Bishop Ed Gungor. Bishop Ed's works has taken him deep into Pentecostal thought and thinking as he worked to construct a Pentecostal theological method, explaining how Pentecostals do theology and why it is both different and matters. 


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    • 1 hr 17 min
    S3 EP:17 Why Narratives in the Church Matter with Joy Qualls

    S3 EP:17 Why Narratives in the Church Matter with Joy Qualls

    We apologize upfront. We had some internet issues at the beginning of recording, but It gets better as the podcast goes on, and it is one you do not want to miss. Joy Qualls joins Aaron to talk about the narratives the church uses and the language we employ. If you have seen the news about Hillsong, Brian Houston, and more, you might see how the language employed by churches has effected the way the church engages with the world, and what we excuse ourselves from. Join Aaron and Joy in this hopefully fascinating discussion on the narratives we tell in the church. 


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    • 59 min
    S3 EP:16 Theology's Place in Worship with Evan Craft

    S3 EP:16 Theology's Place in Worship with Evan Craft

    Where is theology’s place in corporate worship? Are we supposed to prioritize trendy, catchy songs over those that theologically teach? What do we do with suffering and emotion in music? Aaron caught up with his good friend, Evan Craft, a dove award winning worship artist, to talk about all of these questions and more.


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    • 59 min
    S3 EP:15 Stories of Deconstruction with Landon Pontius

    S3 EP:15 Stories of Deconstruction with Landon Pontius

    Deconstruction has become a buzzword within Christian circles. Some use it as a word to declare heresy, while others proclaim that it is necessary. What is often lost in the discussion are those who have deconstructed, to various degrees, and what what means for them. In this episode, Aaron chats with Landon Pontius from the Meaning in the Middle podcast about Landon's story of deconstruction, what it has meant for him, and why it matters. 


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    • 1 hr 27 min
    S3 EP:14 Current Topics in the Church - The Passion Translation, Egalitarianism, and Being Christians on the Internet

    S3 EP:14 Current Topics in the Church - The Passion Translation, Egalitarianism, and Being Christians on the Internet

    It seems that Christianity is stuck in a loop, coming back to the same issues, over and over. In this episode, Chris and Aaron discuss (again!) women in ministry in light of Christian news that men are (again) trying to teach women, how to be women. But that is not all! The pair also discuss the news of the removal of the Passion Translation from Bible Gateway and how to be Christians on the internet. 


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Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
74 Ratings

74 Ratings

evanjacobs12 ,

Drink a beverage

Great content, love the addition of Chris Green. I find Aaron’s swallowing noises distracting.

Sophia Frasier ,

💋🤌🏼

this pod is always super thought-provoking and challenges me to process through what I believe and the implications those beliefs have for the way I live. the diversity of the guests has also helped me find some new books + theologians to keep up with!

bri little ,

Amazing, and insightful podcast about theology!

I just recently started listening to this podcast but I extremely enjoyed the authenticity of the people sharing. Biblical truth can be a heavy topic and can bring forth controversy but it is so important to engage in the conversation rather than run from it. And that is exactly what you see here in this podcast. Christians engaging in the hard topics and leaning in to the goodness of our God and truth of him in the midst of it all! So encouraging to see all different leaders engaging in these topics and sharing on a platform such as this what God has taught them throughout their journey and how the Bible and teachings of God has shaped what they stand for and believe!
Everyone should listen to this podcast!

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