Conversations about walking with Jesus in faith and doubt, with A.J. Swoboda and Nijay K. Gupta.
Podcast Short 4: "I've Changed My Mind (On a Big Theological Issue)—And That's OK"
AJ and Nijay have a candid conversation about a moment in each of their lives when they have changed their minds on a theological issue. They want to normalize openness to learning, and humility in dialogue.
Podcast Short 3: Hard Question, Honest Answers
In this "podcast short," AJ and Nijay put each other in the hot seat with a spontaneous and unplanned question and raw answers.
S3E4: Slow Theology in an Instant World
What affect does our "instant" world have on our theology and our relationship with God? AJ and Nijay process the dangers of knee-jerk theological engagement on social media and the urge to resolve theological tensions in our lives in general. Does the Bible encourage slow formation? Why? How? To what end?
S3E3: Can I love science and the Bible both?
One of the reasons that believers experience doubt relates to science and what seems like contractions between science and the Bible. AJ and Nijay share about their love for science and the Bible both.
S3E2: Can We Believe in Hell and the God Who Created It?
AJ and Nijay are not afraid to dialogue about sobering topics. In this episode, they talk about the biblical teaching on divine judgment and hell. Is the God who punishes worth believing in and worshipping?
S3E1: The Pandemic and Going Back to Church
AJ Swoboda and Nijay Gupta talk about how churches managed the pandemic ("Online Church") and how the COVID-19 era has forced pastors to think afresh about what "Church" really means. Many people stopped going to church and may never go back. Others might be craving a physical community. As AJ says in this ep., "You gotta be able to smell each other!"
I really enjoy these episodes especially after having Dr. Swoboda as a professor.
I love this podcast I like the way AJ talks about good faith this podcast helps me
Refreshing and Theological
I’ve loved Dr. Swoboda’s thoughts ever since he was one of my seminary professors. Dr. Gupta and AJ make a great team and do a graceful and thoughtful job at tackling some of Christianity’s toughest issues.