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Addressing the intersection of theology and culture with Nick Cady, pastor of White Fields Community Church in Longmont, Colorado Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theologyforthepeople/support

Theology for the People Nick Cady

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 28 Ratings

Addressing the intersection of theology and culture with Nick Cady, pastor of White Fields Community Church in Longmont, Colorado Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theologyforthepeople/support

    Theological Anthropology: What is It, and How Does It Shape Our Understanding of Ourselves & Others? - with Michael Payne

    Theological Anthropology: What is It, and How Does It Shape Our Understanding of Ourselves & Others? - with Michael Payne

    Do you know what sex robots, racism, and gender identity all have in common? In addition to being topics that are discussed in this episode, these topics are all related to the subject of Theological (or Biblical) Anthropology.

    My guest in this episode is Michael Payne. Mike is the Worship Pastor at White Fields Community Church, and he is a graduate student at Western Seminary, where he is pursing a Masters in Theology.

    In this episode we talk about what Biblical Anthropology is and how it shapes the way we understand ourselves and others, as well as how our view of anthropology shapes the way we live and interact in the world. 

    Check out Michael's music on Spotify here.

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    • 45 min
    Clarity is Kindness: Why Creeds and Confessions are Helpful for Transmitting and Protecting the Faith - with Carl Trueman

    Clarity is Kindness: Why Creeds and Confessions are Helpful for Transmitting and Protecting the Faith - with Carl Trueman

    What role should creeds and confessions play in the life of a Christian or of a church? If we have the Bible, then why are creeds and confessions necessary at all?

    Dr. Carl Trueman is the professor of biblical and religious studies at Grove City College. He is an esteemed church historian, and a fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center.

    Dr. Trueman’s recent book Crisis of Confidence: Reclaiming the Historic Faith in a Culture Consumed with Individualism and Identity addresses the claim that we, as Christians, need no creed but the Bible, and makes an appeal from history, reason, and Scripture for what he calls “confessional evangelicalism.”

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    • 34 min
    Habits of Grace which Lead to Growth: the Benefits of Journaling & Other Spiritual Disciplines - with Mike Neglia

    Habits of Grace which Lead to Growth: the Benefits of Journaling & Other Spiritual Disciplines - with Mike Neglia

    Spiritual disciplines are intentional, repeated practices which help you to grow in relationship with God.

    In this episode, I speak with my friend and colleague, Mike Neglia about his practice of journaling, and how it has benefited him spiritually.

    We also talk about the practice of taking notes in church, the value of different types of notebooks, and other tactile things we can do, which will help us grow in our faith.

    Mike is the pastor of Calvary Cork, in Cork City, Ireland, and he is the host of the very popular Expositors Collective Podcast.

    Together, Mike and I serve on the Executive Team of Calvary Global Network, and we are both leaders in the Expositors Collective initiative to raise up the next generation of Christ-centered expository Bible teachers.

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    • 47 min
    Hard is Only Half the Story: The Role of Taking Steps of Faith in Spiritual Growth - with Wendy Zahorjanski

    Hard is Only Half the Story: The Role of Taking Steps of Faith in Spiritual Growth - with Wendy Zahorjanski

    Taking a step into the unknown can be scary, and yet, when led by God, it can lead to incredible spiritual growth and benefits for your life.

    Wendy Zahorjanski is a missionary in Serbia with her husband, Danny, in the city of Kragujevac, where they planted a church.

    Wendy recently wrote a book about her experiences stepping into unknown, and she talks about the important role that taking steps of faith plays in our spiritual growth and relationship with God.






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    • 32 min
    From Doubt to Belief: The Factors Involved in Journeys to Faith in Jesus - with Randy Newman

    From Doubt to Belief: The Factors Involved in Journeys to Faith in Jesus - with Randy Newman

    Randy Newman grew up in a secular Jewish home, but through relationships with Christians, as well as through a series of personal events and realizations, he became a Christian. Randy is now a senior fellow for apologetics at the C.S. Lewis Institute, and over the past several decades he has talked with many individuals, and studied their journeys of coming to faith in Jesus. 

    In his recent book, “Questioning Faith” - he tells some of these stories, and looks at the factors in what he calls “indirect journeys of belief through terrains of doubt.”

    In this episode, Randy and I speak about his story of coming to faith in Jesus, and we talk about some of the factors that Christians face today in sharing their faith, and how we can do that more effectively. 

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    • 40 min
    Almost a Reformer: How Erasmus of Rotterdam Fueled the Reformation but Personally Stopped Short - with Shane Angland

    Almost a Reformer: How Erasmus of Rotterdam Fueled the Reformation but Personally Stopped Short - with Shane Angland

    Desiderius Erasmus is one of the most important figures in the history of the Protestant Reformation. He was a key thinker, and the compiler of many of the manuscripts that were used in translating the Bible from Greek and Hebrew into languages of the people. He was also in communication with many of the key figures of the reformation, like Martin Luther.

    And yet, Erasmus stopped short of being a Reformer. In this episode, I speak with Shane Angland about this intriguing person, what contributions he made, and why he fell short.

    Shane Angland is from Ennis, Ireland and holds a Masters of Divinity from Dallas Theological Seminary.

    Make sure to check out the Theology for the People website at nickcady.org




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    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

csberry ,

Great theological podcast

The diversity of topics that Nick presents in theology for the people are broad and deep. Always look forward to the next episode.

Trevor O'Keefe ,

Great Podcast, well worth your time!

This is a great podcast that I share often with others! It’s well worth your time.

Rffneck ,

Wonderful podcast

Nick is spectacular. He speaks truth and is a wonderful speaker. He has great insight in a multitude of topics and I am always learning from him.

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