Have you ever wanted to sit down with a top biblical scholar and ask them if there are errors in the Bible? We did. Kinda Christian features the top thinkers and leaders from all across the faith spectrum to wrestle through the tough questions of religion.
At Kinda Christian the truth is what we are after. All views are welcome. All views are challenged. Kinda Christian digs into discrepancies in the gospels, the problem of suffering, eyewitnesses to medical miracles, and much more.
Let's be honest, faith can be confusing. To some, the Bible appears to be a collection of myths, written down over thousands of years that offer the occasional moral nugget. To others it an absolute supernatural reality with thousands of testimonies of miracles and divine encounters. And making matters even more confusing, many groups disagree on some key doctrines. So how do we know the truth? We go out and find it. Join us as we sit down for some incredible conversations with some really smart people.
Miracles in Mozambique: A Conversation With Will Hart
Warning: some of this content is a bit tough to hear, so listener discretion is advised.
Sometimes you have a guest on that simply blows your mind. Will Hart has been on the front line serving people in some of the most difficult and war torn areas in the world. As the president of Iris Global, Will is on a mission to serve, bring God's love to the people of Mozambique and usher in change. Will also has seen a thing or two. A miraculous thing or two. He is the first guest I have had on the program that will look you in the virtual eye and share that he has seen multiplication of food, healing of the blind and deaf and cars that run on empty for an entire day. Things that defy explanation. Take a listen and you decide what is actually going on.
Jon Tyson Talks Revival, Prayer, Hearing God and Fatherhood
Jon Tyson, our friend and pastor of Church of the City, stops by Kinda Christian to answer some of the tough questions and talk about his new book the Intentional Father which continues to roar up the charts.
Live No Lies With John Mark Comer
He has three names but one mission- to inspire people to embrace the wisdom and calling that is following Christ. John Mark Comer, former pastor at Bridgetown church in Portland, Oregon shares some of his insights and thoughts from his new book Live No Lies
Renewing The Mind With Matthias J Barker
Join us for a fascinating discussion on mental health and thriving. We dig deep into the role of technology, the source of our worst behaviors, and how a spiritual paradigm can influence us to our best selves. We even get into the Enneagram.
Matthias is inordinately thoughtful and it is clear why he is growing so rapidly in popularity.
Miracles and Saints with Msgr. Robert Sarno
We are back for 2021!!
Have you ever wondered how one becomes a Saint in the Catholic Church? Did you know that there is an entire office, the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, that investigates miraculous occurrences for this exact process? In fact the term "Devils Advocate" was derived from this very process. Far from just taking it on "faith", the Church rigorously investigates these alleged miracles and the individuals involved. We are talking medical records, interviews and exact times and places. In fact most so called "miracles" are dismissed. The process is absolutely fascinating and according to Msgr. Robert Sarno, a man who has worked with this process for almost four decades, miracles are absolutely real. This episode of Kinda Christian is Kinda Awesome.
Deciphering the Bible with Jon Collins
An intimate and engaging sit down with the co-founder of the Bible Project, Jon Collins. Jon walks us through his story and the vision for the Bible Project going forward. If you haven't checked out the incredible videos featured on their site, the Bible Project is making the Bible accessible and understandable, in proper context, for all the the world to see- it's very cool.
Compelling, entertaining, and thoughtful
Loving this podcast. Examines criticisms and controversial topics re: Christianity and the Bible with just the right blend of humor, scholarship, faith, and curiosity. It pulls no punches in examining the mystery of the Christian faith in an atmosphere of dialogue, critical thinking, and open mindedness.
Listened to Ryan’s interview view Sean Bolz and really enjoyed it! He asked some great questions on topics that seem to hover in grey areas, so I thought this was really enlightening. Great job!
This guy is asking the right questions to the right people. Pretty cool.