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For those longing to connect theology and mission, we are talking about God and everything else. Broadcasting from NORTHERN SEMINARY, in partnership with Missio Alliance, David Fitch and Mike Moore bring their experiences as pastors and professors to bear on issues of mission and church.

Pull up a chair or take them and their guests with you around town.

Theology on Mission Theology on Mission

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.7 • 110 Ratings

For those longing to connect theology and mission, we are talking about God and everything else. Broadcasting from NORTHERN SEMINARY, in partnership with Missio Alliance, David Fitch and Mike Moore bring their experiences as pastors and professors to bear on issues of mission and church.

Pull up a chair or take them and their guests with you around town.

    S8: E3 The Church in a Secular Age with Andrew Root

    S8: E3 The Church in a Secular Age with Andrew Root

    Who is one person we are consistently told should be on our show? Andrew Root! Andy joined us to talk about Charles Taylor, parenting, church planting and more.

    Andrew Root, PhD (Princeton Theological Seminary) is the Carrie Olson Baalson Professor of Youth and Family Ministry at Luther Seminary. He is most recently the author of four volume Ministry in a Secular Age series.

    If you want to learn from our team of excellent scholars like Fitch, Greg Boyd, Nijay Gupta, Jeannine Brown, Lyn Cohick, Drew Hart, check us out at www.seminary.edu

    • 38 min
    S8: E2 This Present Moment with Stanley Hauerwas

    S8: E2 This Present Moment with Stanley Hauerwas

    If you have listened to Theology on Mission you are well aware that there has been no greater influence on our show than Stanley Hauerwas. In this episode Stanley joins us to talk about the current state of the church in America--politics, abortion, friendship, and evangelicalism.

    Stanley Hauerwas was a longtime professor at Duke University, serving as the Gilbert T. Rowe Professor of Theological Ethics at Duke Divinity School.

    If you want to learn from our team of excellent scholars like Fitch, Greg Boyd, Nijay Gupta, Jeannine Brown, Lyn Cohick, Drew Hart, check us out at www.seminary.edu

    • 36 min
    S8:E1 House Gatherings Will Renew the Church (or not)

    S8:E1 House Gatherings Will Renew the Church (or not)

    Welcome to season eight!

    Fitch is convinced house gatherings will renew the church. After all...it's biblical! Moore isn't as convinced.

    If you want to learn from our team of excellent scholars like Fitch, Greg Boyd, Nijay Gupta, Jeannine Brown, Lyn Cohick, Drew Hart, check us out at www.seminary.edu

    • 31 min
    S7: E16 Church Planting with JR Woodward

    S7: E16 Church Planting with JR Woodward

    We are teaming up with V3 and JR Woodward to offer a Masters in Church Planting! You can read more about our partnership here: https://www.seminary.edu/programs/v3andmatm/

    We had some challenges with the audio, but the content is still gold!

    Learn more about V3 cohorts here: https://thev3movement.org/training/

    • 39 min
    S7: E15 (Summer Bonus) Gathering, Not Landing

    S7: E15 (Summer Bonus) Gathering, Not Landing

    A few months ago Fitch and Moore recorded this episode and forgot about it! In this episode they chat all things church planting and how to gather a people for mission.

    • 30 min
    S7: E14: Christ & The Common Life with Luke Bretherton

    S7: E14: Christ & The Common Life with Luke Bretherton

    Luke Bretherton kindly grace the podcast to discuss the relationship between the church and the world, the place of politics in the Christian life, and gives us a masterful Hauerwas impersonation.

    Luke Bretherton is Robert E. Cushman Distinguished Professor of Moral and Political Theology and senior fellow of the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University.

    Check out Luke's newest book on political theology: Christ and the Common Life: Political Theology and the Case for Democracy.

    • 48 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
110 Ratings

110 Ratings

SethMajor ,

Good for my soul

The Theology on Mission podcast is good for my soul. As a pastor and church planter, much of the content I am pointed to is strictly pragmatic and “practical,” often without any [theological] foundation. This is actually the reason I was so drawn to the podcast- just by its title. I think that at times, even “the church world” gets caught up in the temptations of consumerism and relevancy, and this podcast is a reminder that the church’s mission is rooted in century-old thoughts, and is not to be moving aimlessly from book to book, podcast to podcast, strategy to strategy. Every episode is a must listen!

Doulos71 ,

Practice Makes Disciples

Fitch and Moore are good at reminding us that theology without practice is failing us. Keep challenging the church to be true disciples of Christ.

Bumsmooth ,

Dope Worthwhile Siscussions

Such a subtly powerful podcast that also has me contemplating how to live my faith as an inner city black man. Love how they can discuss serious topics with humility and humor but always seriously.

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