A theology podcast for the church. The pastor theologians podcast consists of conversations and teaching resources at the intersection of theological scholarship and life and ministry in the local church. The vision for this show is to help equip pastors to be theologians for today’s complex world.
A Political Vision for the Church | Jonathan Leeman
How has the cultural situation related to justice, religion, and politics change since the founding of the United States? How should the church engage in politics? How should individual Christians think about their political allegiances? These questions...
The Liturgy of Politics | Kaitlyn Schiess
How does our spiritual formation relate to our political engagement? How can our spiritual practices and liturgies be both an inward and outward engagement with the world? Kaitlyn Schiess joins the podcast to discuss her new book, The Liturgy of...
Shepherding a Politically Diverse Congregation | Gerald Hiestand
Are there legitimate "conservative" and "liberal" impulses in the Christian faith? How does personality and temperament relate to political affiliation for church leaders and congregants? How can pastors shepherd their congregations well during a time...
Apologetics – Telling a Better Story | Josh Chatraw
What do apologetic discussions look like in a post-Christian age? How can pastors prepare to answer the apologetic questions raised by contemporary culture and the individuals in their congregations? All humans think in stories and narratives. What is...
PART 2 – Race and the Humanity of Jesus | Cherith Fee Nordling
Part 2 of 2: What is the connection between gnosticism, the incarnation, and contemporary controversies related to race and racial injustice? Cherith Fee Nordling joins the podcast to discuss this question, the over-individualization of Christianity,...
PART 1 – Race and the Humanity of Jesus | Cherith Fee Nordling
Part 1 of 2: What is the connection between gnosticism, the incarnation, and contemporary controversies related to race and racial injustice? Cherith Fee Nordling joins the podcast to discuss this question, the over-individualization of Christianity,...
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Definitely look forward to listening each week!
Love hearing about the unique journeys of the pastors/scholars interviewed each week. As a current M Div student, I truly value the real life experience regarding ministry and academics. Highly recommend!
I am loving this podcast. The whole concept of pastor/theologian is where I have lived for most of my ministry without knowing there was a growing movement for it. The two podcasts on Hebrews were FANTASTIC. I can't wait to catchup on all the others.