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Theology Unplugged is a weekly broadcast of Reclaiming The Mind Ministries

Theology Unplugged Credo House Ministries

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.1, 35 Ratings

Theology Unplugged is a weekly broadcast of Reclaiming The Mind Ministries

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4.1 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

Cosch J. SMVS 🇸🇪 ,

Coach J

Great stuff! Love it. Very hands on and practical. 🏀👍

Buster Hymon ,

I need of a balanced perspective

The podcast is very one sided and in desperate need of a balanced perspective. Additionally, a plan would help make this more impactful. It seems that they are turning on a microphone and just talking.

Also, at times, it feels as if this is satire. Comments are extremely offensive and insensitive. Please invite some other folks on to explain why there are many moments of microaggressions and racism.

As a small note, you all often talk over each other.

wontbelisteningagain ,

disappointed

I listened to the abortion podcast hoping to educate myself on some theological debates I maybe hadn’t heard yet in the media. I was disappointed to find a very one sided perspective that was not the diverse conversation I was hoping for. While I politically find myself further to the left, I am constantly questioning my beliefs and referring back to my Christian upbringing, thus investing my time in a podcast centered around theology. I found many if not all the talking points half baked. Taken one step further and evaluating the situation from different perspectives would have allowed for a more informative and stronger argument. One can hold the opinion that availability to abortion is promoting a sexual and therefore sinful culture. This is a common Christian stance. However, dislike for someone’s personal choices such as if they are going to have sex before marriage, for example, is not a legal grounds to overturn Roe v Wade. Every argument they brought up, if contemplated further actually negated their intended purpose, much like other pro-life language. I was disappointed in this narrow thinking from theology professors.

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