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.
GodPod 166 : Special Guest: Dr Renie Chow Choy
In this episode of GodPod, the home team enjoy a discussion with a special guest, Dr. Renie Chow Choy about her latest book 'Ancestral Feeling: Postcolonial Thoughts on Western Christian Heritage'. You can purchase the book here.
GodPod 165 | Creeds 2 - God the Father
In this episode of GodPod, the home team has their second conversation in our mini-series on the Nicene Creed. This discussion focuses on the first part of The Creed and what is says about God, The Father.
GodPod 164 | Creeds 1: Why do we have creeds?
In this episode of GodPod the home team (Graham Tomlin, Jane Williams and Michael Lloyd) begin a mini series thinking about one of the most important documents in history: the Creeds.
GodPod: 163 | 'The Bond of Peace'
In this episode of GodPod the home team (Graham Tomlin, Jane Williams and Michael Lloyd) meet together to discuss ‘The Bond of Peace’. This book emerged from a series of lectures at St Mellitus College on the topic of Generous Orthodoxy funded by The McDonald Agape Foundation. In this episode the team help us explore how we can see and speak of God clearly and live well in this world.
You can purchase The Bond of Peace here
In this GodPod Graham Tomlin, Jane Williams, and Michael Lloyd are joined by Paul Woolley as they explore the life and ministry of John Stott in this, his centenary year
In this episode of GodPod Graham Tomlin and Jane Williams discuss how Christians can confidently engage with their culture and become a ‘cultural witness’.
One of my favorite podcasts! Guest idea, Simeon Zahl.
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!