A regular podcast where theologians Graham Tomlin, Mike Lloyd and Jane Williams get together to discuss burning issues of God, theology, life and much more, over an endless supply of coffee and biscuits.
This one’s a bit special. It’s a slightly longer Godpod than usual, but well worth sticking with it, as the regular team are joined by author and historian Tom Holland to discuss his remarkable book “Dominion” The Making of the Western Mind” on the radical and far-reaching impact Christianity has had on western culture.
The regular team of Graham, Jane and Mike are joined by Lucy Peppiatt to discuss what really matters in theological education, and reflect on their years of experience in this area
This episode celebrates the 150th GodPod! Join the original team together for the 'Sesquicentennial' GodPod. Graham, Jane and Mike reflect on GodPod over the years and share some highlights and how they continue to engage in theological reflection.
In the light of the death of George Floyd, Jane and Graham are joined by Sharon Prentis, Intercultural Mission Enabler in the Anglican diocese of Birmingham UK, to discuss why Christians should care about the sin of racism, and why every church needs to be multicultural.
In this episode, Jane and Graham are joined by Rob Merchant to talk about his new book: “Broken by Fear, Anchored in Hope”. Rob speaks about how his faith has helped him live with trauma and mental health issues of depression, anxiety and fear and how he has been able to find hope in these experiences.
In this episode the home team, Graham, Jane and Mike reflect on life, death, suffering and legacy as Mike shares his own personal experience of COVID-19.
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I love listening to Graham, Jane, Mike and guests discuss theology. It's very accessible theology that really makes me think. Great job guys!
My favorite podcast
Every month I check back to see if a new one has posted yet. Maybe the best thing is the honesty from the hosts, as they grapple with theological issues not just in an academic sense, but as related to their own personal journeys. Very British. But as a listener from across the pond, the accent simply makes me feel like they are all über informed. Pass the biscuits!
This is among my favorite podcasts. The faculty and their guests are highly qualified, thoughtful and humerous while tackling thorny issues at the core of what we mean when we say God, Jesus, scripture, ortho-anything and just about everything else. They have helped me better understand what it is to be on the Christ-following journey and I am grateful. I routinely encourage my friends to listen. Thanks, Daniel.