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Theology For The Rest of Us gives quick simple answers to some of the toughest questions about God, theology, religion, and the Bible. The show is designed to be a resource to help any person who wants to know more about God, regardless of background or denomination. This podcast is hosted by Kenneth Ortiz and a variety of guest co-hosts. Kenneth is an author, pastor, and self-proclaimed aspiring reformer. We answer questions from listeners on a variety of topics related to theology, but we do it in a way that any person can understand, not just the Ph.D. seminarians. This show covers topics such as the Bible, systematic theology, prayer, new covenants, baptism, tithing, love, dating, sex, homosexuality, church leadership, speaking in tongues, relationships, eschatology, abortion, legalism, gambling, fasting, Calvinism and Arminianism, the sovereignty of God, common heresies, the importance of global missions, and even some political topics. Some of the episodes feature subject matter experts such as Barnabas Piper, Hugh Ross, C. John Collins, Tullian Tchividjian, Blaise Foret, Casey Cease, Ricky Jones, Aubrey Sampson, Courtney Reissig, Tony Merida, Don Whitney, Preston Sprinkle, Jonathan Parnell, executive editor of Desiring God David Mathis, several Gospel Coalition contributors, Acts 29 pastors, several Crossway authors, and many others.

Theology For the Rest of Us | Quick Answers to the Questions About God and the Bible Kenneth Ortiz

    • Christianity
    • 4.7, 266 Ratings

Theology For The Rest of Us gives quick simple answers to some of the toughest questions about God, theology, religion, and the Bible. The show is designed to be a resource to help any person who wants to know more about God, regardless of background or denomination. This podcast is hosted by Kenneth Ortiz and a variety of guest co-hosts. Kenneth is an author, pastor, and self-proclaimed aspiring reformer. We answer questions from listeners on a variety of topics related to theology, but we do it in a way that any person can understand, not just the Ph.D. seminarians. This show covers topics such as the Bible, systematic theology, prayer, new covenants, baptism, tithing, love, dating, sex, homosexuality, church leadership, speaking in tongues, relationships, eschatology, abortion, legalism, gambling, fasting, Calvinism and Arminianism, the sovereignty of God, common heresies, the importance of global missions, and even some political topics. Some of the episodes feature subject matter experts such as Barnabas Piper, Hugh Ross, C. John Collins, Tullian Tchividjian, Blaise Foret, Casey Cease, Ricky Jones, Aubrey Sampson, Courtney Reissig, Tony Merida, Don Whitney, Preston Sprinkle, Jonathan Parnell, executive editor of Desiring God David Mathis, several Gospel Coalition contributors, Acts 29 pastors, several Crossway authors, and many others.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
266 Ratings

266 Ratings

WhitWilliams09 ,

Really thankful for this show

I have really enjoyed this show and the way it addresses specific and often tough questions. It’s encouraging for my faith.

Grayduvk2967 ,

Rev. Jeff Gross

Kenny, I am an ELCA Pastor born and raised in Minnesota. I am significantly more “liberal” in my outlook but I love you, your podcast, your point of view. I love to learn. I will recommend you. You do Minnesota proud from a lutefisk snd lefse eating local yokel transplanted to Florida.

bridgetbri27 ,

Episode 282 pagan copy?

I was quite disappointed as a Christian. Instead of talking about how when Constantine started the Catholic Church it’s edicts and control brought in all the pagan rituals & holidays Tammuz,queen of heaven/Mary etc. He skipped to saying no evidence of this when it’s why most conflate Christianity with Catholic Church. This is why people laugh at us bc most don’t understand they’re practicing the very things that angered GOD with heathen customs. The RC reach is undeniable and has twisted the way people understand and view the Bible and faith with PAGANISM. The Vedic texts predate Christianity by more than 5000 years BCE and contain over 360 key points from biblical Jesus story that are the same, not just the star/wisemen. There is also archeological evidence to backup these things. Then used misleading words & youtube videos as references. This is why people leave the church bc they get answers like this instead of verifiable facts. He should’ve stuck to truth instead of attempting to explain the Hindu perspective that he’s clearly not looked into. That being a Christian is about faith and the word of GOD/Jesus teaching which are without fault and stand the test of time. With all due respect, I wish Kenny would do a follow up that’s more researched and would prove why people say Christianity is copied or has aspects of paganism. Instead of this all over the place ‘no evidence no evidence no credible scholarly evidence’.

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