#675 - Questions and Answers
On episode #675 of Theology in the Raw Preston answers questions submitted by listeners.
Questions covered on the show included:
1) How does one who believes in non-violence deal with the very violent themes in the Psalms?
2) How do I talk to a youth group member who is gay-affirming?
3) What are your thoughts on Pope Francis’ response to a distraught boy?
4) What are the foundations of the faith and is Calvinism one of them?
#649 - Teaser Episode: Jordan Peterson...and parenting
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#636 - A. J. Swoboda - Taking Rest Very Seriously
Today on the Podcast Preston is talking with A. J. Swoboda, Preston's favorite Christian authors.
Today AJ and Preston are talking about his new book "Subversive Sabbath". Why should we rest? Why was "honoring the Sabbath" part of the 10 Commandments? How do we take a rest in today's non-stop world?
#635 - A Joint Catacomb in the Raw - Josh Stump and Jay Newman
Today on Theology in the Raw Preston is talking with Joshua Stump and Jay Newman for a joint Catacomb and TITR Podcast.
Today they are talking all about church. Why do we go to church? What should church look like? What is Preston doing now that tries to "do" church a little differently?
You can hear more from Josh and Jay on the Catacomb Podcast.
#634 - Chris Date Part 2 - Critique on Stand to Reason's Article "Hell Interrupted"
Today on the podcast Preston is talking with Chris Date again from the Rethinking Hell podcast.
Preston and Chris are taking this episode to address arguments against the Conditionalist's view of hell raised by Stand to Reason's Greg Koukl and Tim Barnett.
#633 - Christian Universalist and Church Leadership - How To Do Benevolence Well
Does being a Christian Universalist disqualify you from pastoral leadership?
We want diversity in the Church - how about diversity in ability? Does welcoming people with disabilities make the church too messy?
The Bible definitely talks about church discipline. However, how do we properly administer church discipline?
How do we do Benevolence well? Should we continue to give that homeless person continuous handouts because he asks for it?