Theology Unplugged is a weekly broadcast of C. Michael Patton and friends.
Where Have I Been for 10 Years and Why Am I Back?
Here I explain some of the crazy things that have happened over the last ten years that kept me from being too active in the ministry. I read through my blog under the same name at www.credohouse.org. It is a crazy story. I am thankful that I am alive here making this podcast today.
Can Prophets Today Be Wrong? Response to Sam Storms
Can New Testament and modern prophets be wrong? Did something change between the requirements of prophets in the Old Testament? C. Michael Patton responds to Sam Storms claim that modern prophets can be wrong.
The Glorious Doctrine of Not Being Needed
Did you know that God does not need you? Does that comfort you or make you sad? Listen as C. Michael Patton makes an argument that this doctrine (called aseity) is quite possibly the most glorious doctrine there is.
It's about time we stop trying to solve everything and understand a theology of mystery. Not only this, but we must learn to celebrate, embrace, and love the things we don't know.
What If They Believe in God and Not Jesus
We live in a culture where many people believe in God but does it matter if they believe in Jesus
Things People Say - Denial of racism is proof of your guilt
The first in a series where we briefly analyze something commonly heard in today's culture or media.
Calvinist to the core
If you want a one-sided, weak defense for Calvinism, check in here. Other theological topics are distorted in the light of this doctrine.
Uninformed, weak, one sided
I’ve struggled to listen to a few episodes & it’s arrogant & painfully uninformed with a larger life experience.
Delightful jokes regarding rape.
Church Racism at its finest
If you are looking for unbalanced and dismissive Fox News narratives being spouted from a group who refuse to look beyond the scope of the white evangelical church well look no further. This is racism and totalitarianism disguised as theological discussion. One of the host even referred to Japanese people as”Japs”. Yee haw!!!