How do we as Christians deal with anger issues, both personally and culturally. As followers of Jesus we have to contend with the ideas of being angry and not sinning in our anger. As Dr. Matt Burford helms this discussion, we talk to Mark Hutton, who is not only a theologian and scholar, but also a County Commissioner. We also have Matt’s dad, Bobby Burford to invoke the voice of the recently notorious Baby Boomers. Others on this podcast include a late entry from Shannon Poe, and the ever wise and philosophically sound Wm. Travis Coblentz.
What is an acceptable approach for Christians when evaluating various ideas about the Coronavirus? Are we wrong for looking at alternative views concerning the current pandemic, or is it unacceptable to spread “conspiracies”?
We’ve got founding member Dave Jones, along with Travis Coblentz, Matt Burford, and Shannon Poe. We are essentially working our way thru this idea of conspiracy in general, and what it means to live in a world that does have so many competing views.
Matt and Travis interview Bradford Acton about the ethics of thinking about the economy in times of trouble? Is there a Theology of economics? How should we count the costs of lives over the disruption of the finances and the market? In the tradition of common sense questions and clear thinking, our group takes a hard look at what it means to be a Christian during this hard economic time.
What is our worldview and how does it affect how we view our bodies. Matt Burford interviews Nancy Pearcey about her book “Love Thy Body”.
We have interviewed Mohamad Faridi about current Iranian affairs and his conversion into Christianity. Mohamad works with IranChristians.org to help advocate for Iranians that are seeking refuge status. His group works hard to help Christians seeking asylum. He also works with Destination Ministry and can be found on Facebook. Give it a listen and I hope you enjoy this podcast.
Neil Shenvi joins us on our podcast to talk about Intersectionality, Critical Theory, and Critical Race Theory. How should we think about these theories and can we use them in our biblical worldview? Or should they be categorically rejected. Neil believes there is a way forward, but it’s a nuanced as the theories we are talking about. Join us as Matt and Shannon talk to Neil Shenvi about some of these critical issues.