75 episodes

Theology Curator is hosted by Kurt Willems (formerly, The Paulcast). Each episode reflects on a theological, formational, or cultural theme. We might dig into the life and letters of a radical Jewish teacher named Paul; converse about a pressing contemporary issue; reflect on the nature of following Jesus today; or even remedy doom-and-gloom preaching with a good old fashioned dose of hope.

This show is an invitation to build bridges between the first century world of the earliest Christ-followers into the twenty-first century reality we now inhabit. The Jesus we excavate from the rubble of tradition might just surprise us all.

Theology Curator with Kurt Willems Kurt Willems

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.8, 147 Ratings

Theology Curator is hosted by Kurt Willems (formerly, The Paulcast). Each episode reflects on a theological, formational, or cultural theme. We might dig into the life and letters of a radical Jewish teacher named Paul; converse about a pressing contemporary issue; reflect on the nature of following Jesus today; or even remedy doom-and-gloom preaching with a good old fashioned dose of hope.

This show is an invitation to build bridges between the first century world of the earliest Christ-followers into the twenty-first century reality we now inhabit. The Jesus we excavate from the rubble of tradition might just surprise us all.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
147 Ratings

147 Ratings

Cassinini ,

I love this podcast

I been listening for the past 7 months. I have learned so much. Thank you

krj1910 ,

Thought Provoking

Great exposure to contemporary biblical studies and prominent theologians.

Paul Staley ,

The PaulCast

Not to single out just one of Kurt Willems great programs - Rapture Drill, The PaulCast, Theology Curator, they’re all really engaging and thoughtful- had to limit myself here. As a recovering legalist and retiring lawyer, I do love a well reasoned argument. Kurt Willems has them aplenty. He does his homework as a scholar and then, without sounding the least bit condescending, he treats us to an eminently understandable version of his scholarship. He is a treat to listen to as a narrator: engaging, articulate, “intelligent and humanizing” (his trademark), vulnerable and, just often enough, playful. Willems doesn’t shy away from controversial subjects. And that’s a good thing, too. He is quite in his element talking about elephants in the room. Oh, and fabulous guests, too!

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