Rachel is reading the Bible for the first time. Aisling is along for the beer.
Jesus' Greatest Hits
The Sermon on the Mount includes some of Jesus' most famous utterances. Rachel and Aisling taste a Treehouse Impermanence, discuss some of Jesus' greatest hits, and go on a tangent about whether young children remember their past lives.
Coming to you from a tin can, Rachel and Aisling discuss the arrogance of spreading your faith in faraway lands.
Kakure Kirishitans: Japan's Secret Christians
Rachel and Aisling talk about a recent trip to Japan, and the bible of Japan's secret Christians. Japan has a history of being inhospitable to Christianity, but that didn't stop a secret sect from growing.
What the hell?!
Where did we get our conception of what Hell is? Which gospel describes the Devil as a red guy with horns and a tail?
Two Become One and One Make Three
Rachel and Aisling talk all things Father, Son and Holy Ghost.
Jesus is the Walrus
Rachel goes off the deep end connecting the dots between the Jesus Freak movement of the 1960s, the Beatles, and Charles Manson
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I am listening and so is Christ!
Two lost souls who's yellow Chakras of fear are inactive and can not discern between truth & lies.
But I am hopeful that those with dead instincts can be awakened.
They seem nice, but I couldn’t make it through one episode (“What the Hell”). Lots of chirpy, giggly uptalk, but virtually no substance. If you’re looking for a serious discussion of the Bible, check out Gary Stevens’s podcast instead.
Excellent, Fun, Informative Podcast
As a Christian raised in the Churches of Christ, a deeply fundamentalist group, I really appreciate this podcast. It helps me to see the Bible through fresh eyes, and it is entertaining to boot. The creators of this podcast are not themselves Christian, but they do not take an antagonistic approach toward the Bible. In fact, they are quite compassionate and understanding toward groups who believe differently than them about a book that has a great deal of meaning to so many people. I highly recommend this podcast.