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The Bible #3 - Not a Book Club [EP-78]

Theology Curator with Kurt Willems

Release Date: 10/21/2019

Sarah Bessey on Miracles & Pain [EP-81] show art Sarah Bessey on Miracles & Pain [EP-81]

Theology Curator with Kurt Willems

Sarah Bessey chats with Kurt Willems about her latest book, Miracles and Other Reasonable Things: A Story of Unlearning and Relearning God. It is the book she never expected to write but is the outpouring of God's love and work in her very difficult past few years. Listen along as she shares her story and powerful insights with us.

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From Atheism to Apologist (Mary Jo Sharp) [EP-80] show art From Atheism to Apologist (Mary Jo Sharp) [EP-80]

Theology Curator with Kurt Willems

Mary Jo Sharp talks to us about her journey from atheism to Christianity. She brings insight to how to have the apologetics dialogue and why as Christians we have good reasons to trust the God of the Bible. Her new book is called, Why I Still Believe: A Former Atheist's Reckoning with the Bad Reputation Christians Give a Good God. 

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The Bible #4: 'Til Death [EP-79] show art The Bible #4: 'Til Death [EP-79]

Theology Curator with Kurt Willems

Welcome to a new series called, The Bible. This series is both podcast and newsletter based. For the Newsletter version go to https://TheologyCurator.com/newsletter. Subscribe there and get every text-based version of this ongoing series as they release. Series: The Bible is a confusing book, without a doubt. This series steps into the assumptions, confusion, and overall complexity to discover that Jesus was the Point all along.

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The Bible #3 - Not a Book Club [EP-78] show art The Bible #3 - Not a Book Club [EP-78]

Theology Curator with Kurt Willems

Welcome to a new series called, The Bible. This series is both podcast and newsletter based. For the Newsletter version go to https://TheologyCurator.com/newsletter. Subscribe there and get every text-based version of this ongoing series as they release. Series: The Bible is a confusing book, without a doubt. This series steps into the assumptions, confusion, and overall complexity to discover that Jesus was the Point all along.

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The Bible #2: Why the Bible? [EP-77] show art The Bible #2: Why the Bible? [EP-77]

Theology Curator with Kurt Willems

Welcome to a new series called, The Bible. This series is both podcast and newsletter based. For the Newsletter version go to https://TheologyCurator.com/newsletter. Subscribe there and get every text-based version of this ongoing series as they release. Series: The Bible is a confusing book, without a doubt. This series steps into the assumptions, confusion, and overall complexity to discover that Jesus was the Point all along.

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The Bible #1: A Movement, Not a Book [EP-76] show art The Bible #1: A Movement, Not a Book [EP-76]

Theology Curator with Kurt Willems

Welcome to a new series called, The Bible. This series is both podcast and newsletter based. For the Newsletter version go to https://TheologyCurator.com/newsletter. Subscribe there and get every text-based version of this ongoing series as they release.

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Scot McKnight Reads Romans Backwards [EP-75] show art Scot McKnight Reads Romans Backwards [EP-75]

Theology Curator with Kurt Willems

Scot McKnight talks about his book, Reading Romans Backwards: A Gospel of Peace in the Midst of Empire. He says "The operative terms for Paul ... are Welcome one another to the table as siblings! The whole letter is found in that imperative." He also says "Ethnicity ... is at the heart of both the tension in Romans and the gospel message itself." Listen in as he describes why he reads Romans from back to front and why he thinks you should try it too. 

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Gospel Allegiance w/ Matthew Bates [EP-74] show art Gospel Allegiance w/ Matthew Bates [EP-74]

Theology Curator with Kurt Willems

Matthew Bates discusses his new book, Gospel Allegiance: What Faith in Jesus Misses for Salvation in Christ with Kurt. They talk about what the word "gospel" would have meant for the earliest Christians and the many problems we have in explaining this word in the church today. Gospel is, in short, a royal announcement that Jesus is Lord. 

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VeggieTales Creator - Pain, Joy, and Vegetables [EP-73] show art VeggieTales Creator - Pain, Joy, and Vegetables [EP-73]

Theology Curator with Kurt Willems

Phil Vischer, creator of VeggieTales, talks with Kurt about his spiritual journey as it pertains to creating, bankrupting, and coming back to his beloved show. This conversation is full of wisdom and fun. Here's a few resources from Phil to check out: The Laugh and Learn Bible and a new season of VeggieTales coming to TBN and streaming services this October!

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Pain and Contentment in Philippians [EP-72] show art Pain and Contentment in Philippians [EP-72]

Theology Curator with Kurt Willems

What does Paul have to say about anxiety? What does he have to say about following Jesus during painful seasons? Is it possible to find contentment in the midst of it all? What if love is worth the embrace of pain?

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Welcome to a series called, The Bible. This series is both podcast and newsletter based. For the newsletter version go to https://TheologyCurator.com/newsletter. Subscribe there and get every text-based version of this ongoing series as they release.

Series: The Bible is a confusing book, without a doubt. There are simple truths that can be easily distilled from the New Testament (God is love, Jesus died to heal the world, we can know God through the Spirit, etc.), but it is ultimately a book that came into being 2,000+ years ago. This series explores the "why," "what," and "how" questions about the Scriptures. This isn’t so we can become filled with more information alone, but so that we can step into our own unique place in the story of God.

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