69 episodes

Theology on Tuesdays is a twice-monthly gathering of young adults in Charleston, SC, who long for meaningful conversation about life and God. St. Philip's clergymen Justin Hare and Brian McGreevy begin each episode with a discussion about the given topic and finish with a Q & A session.

Theology on Tuesdays St. Philip's Church: Charleston, SC

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 14 Ratings

Theology on Tuesdays is a twice-monthly gathering of young adults in Charleston, SC, who long for meaningful conversation about life and God. St. Philip's clergymen Justin Hare and Brian McGreevy begin each episode with a discussion about the given topic and finish with a Q & A session.

    Episode 70 ~ Embodiment: The Power of Presence in a Digital Age

    Episode 70 ~ Embodiment: The Power of Presence in a Digital Age

    This week Justin and Brian discuss how advances in technology of late, while helpful in many regards, have posed significant challenges for relationships and human flourishing. What does it mean to be a human being? What role does our body play in our human identity? What challenges do we face today to live embodied lives and why is that important? How intentional must we be in pushing back on technology and the world around us if we want to our lives to flourish? Justin and Brian seek to answer these questions and more this week at ToT.

    Episode 69 ~ Summer Reading: Fiction! How Reading Flannery O'Conner, George MacDonald, J.R.R. Tolkein, and Fiction Can Deepen Your Faith

    Episode 69 ~ Summer Reading: Fiction! How Reading Flannery O'Conner, George MacDonald, J.R.R. Tolkein, and Fiction Can Deepen Your Faith

    This week Brian is joined by the Right Rev. Chip Edgar, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of South Carolina, and they discuss one of their favorite topics: the use of fiction in nourishing faith! Listen in as they discuss how the works of Flannery O'Conner, George MacDonald, and, of course, Lewis and Tolkien can be used as aids in your own faith today.

    Episode 68 ~ Humility in an Angry, Tribalistic World: A Key Ingredient for True Success

    Episode 68 ~ Humility in an Angry, Tribalistic World: A Key Ingredient for True Success

    This week Justin and Brian discuss the virtue of humility and how needed it is today. They discuss the true nature of humuility and how it pushes back on the modern understanding of 'tolerance' and how it also will produce a better society.

    Episode 67 ~ Pornography: What's the Big Deal?

    Episode 67 ~ Pornography: What's the Big Deal?

    Pornography has changed significantly just in the last 10-20 years. It has become so prevalent that it is actually invasive. How should the church respond to this? Has it misunderstood the Scriptures? What hope is held out to those who are bombarded with it today? Brian and Justin answer these questions and more this week at ToT.

    Episode 66 ~ Double Jeopardy: Tackling Our Recent Unanswered Questions

    Episode 66 ~ Double Jeopardy: Tackling Our Recent Unanswered Questions

    This is another week where Brian and Justin tackle as many unanswered questions as they can from the last few months. Enjoy!

    Episode 65 ~ Holy ToT! A Special Holy Week Edition of Theology on Tuesdays!

    Episode 65 ~ Holy ToT! A Special Holy Week Edition of Theology on Tuesdays!

    This week Justin and Brian discuss what Holy Week is all about, why it's important, and how you can make the most out of it this year.

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