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As part-devotional and part-90’s retrospective, Mixtape Theology is an exercise in going deeper into the Bible verses behind our favorite 90s CCM songs resulting in a fuller understanding of God and His redemptive plan. We also poke fun and reminisce about what made the 90s Christian culture so awesome. We hope to be funny yet inspiring, kind of like a good Mark Lowry joke about his sweet mama. Hosted by Dr. Ashley Mofield and Rachel Cash. Check us out at mixtapetheology.com. Cool beans.
 
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For people obsessed with spiritual warfare, they are crucial concepts. But have you ever noticed how deeply political demons, angels, Satan and the Sons of God are? Now you will. Has anything we make been interesting, useful or fruitful for you? You can support us by becoming a Fellow Traveller on our Patreon page HERE.…
 
Guli Francis-Dehqani is the Bishop of Chelmsford and the first ever Bishop for Housing in the Anglican Church. She is a priest, a theologian and a leading advocate for displaced persons, refugees and migrants, herself having been forced to flee her own native land following the Iranian Revolution in 1979. You can find out more about her work and li…
 
Jesus told his disciples to buy a sword, so clearly that means his followers should amass handguns, stand their ground and drop nuclear bombs. Right? Time to take a look again at Luke 22. For information on 'The Sermon on the Mount' Tent Spring School see HERE or email info@tenttheology.com Has anything we make been interesting, useful or fruitful …
 
Thomas Jay Oord is a theologian, philosopher, and scholar of multi-disciplinary studies. Oord is a best-selling and award-winning author, having written or edited more than twenty-five books. He directs a doctoral program at Northwind Theological Seminary and the Center for Open and Relational Theology. A twelve-time Faculty Award-winning professor…
 
Friend of the show Justin Barringer ("The Business of War") comes back to the Tent to help us address common questions which arise whenever anyone tries to tell Christians about Jesus. You can find out more info about Justin and his books at: http://www.rogueminister.org/ For information on 'The Sermon on the Mount' Tent Spring School see HERE or e…
 
Join Dr. Ashley as he poses listener submitted questions for Michael Card: "What do you think of the state of CCM? What did you think of the controversy behind the song 'God's Own Fool?'" And more... Win a copy of Michael Card's new book, "The Nazarene: 40 Devotions on the Lyrical Life of Jesus" by signing up for our email updates on our website, m…
 
Dr. Melody Green is the Dean of Urbana Theological Seminary and Assistant Professor of Christianity and Culture, where she often teaches courses on C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, or the Inklings. She joins the podcast today to discuss the political dimensions of J.R.R. Tolkien's work, especially within The Lord of the Rings. You can find our more abou…
 
What part does our imagination play in helping us to develop a theology of Jesus? How can music be used to help us understand the written Word? Let's join Dr. Ashley and special guest, Michael Card, as they utilize lyrics from Michael's own songs to help us engage with Jesus, the Nazarene. Win a copy of Michael Card's new book, "The Nazarene: 40 De…
 
'Love your enemies' is not hard to understand but it is hard to do. The first of a series of sessions considering lethal and non-lethal violence and the mental gymnastics Christians go through to enthusiastically exempt themselves from the way of Christ. For information on 'The Sermon on the Mount' Tent Spring School see HERE or email info@tenttheo…
 
Archbishop Justin joins the Tent to talk about the powerful force of the NIMBY, the gospel of good neighbourhoods and what he says when people query whether a guy who lives in a palace can comment on the housing crisis. More about the Archbishop's Commission on Housing, Church and Community HERE. For information on 'The Sermon on the Mount' Tent Sp…
 
Dr Graham Tomlin is the Bishop of Kensington and a commissioner for the Archbishop's Commission on Housing, Church and Community, which can be found HERE. Graham's latest book "Why Being Yourself is a Bad Idea" can be found HERE For information on 'The Sermon on the Mount' Tent Spring School see HERE or email info@tenttheology.com Has anything we m…
 
Abstinence = Purity? Did you have the True Love Waits ring bling to prove it? Join Rachel Cash as she interviews Rachel Joy Welcher, author of "Talking Back to Purity Culture." Enter to win a copy by signing up for email updates at: mixtapetheology.com.Mixtape Theology
 
Brian has been a pastor longer than he has been an adult. He is the author of many brilliant books and is a leading light in the movement away from American Christian Nationalism. He joins the Tent to talk about his life, work, and the recent movie made about his book 'Postcards From Babylon'. More about Brian HERE and you can watch 'Postcards From…
 
It is a truth universally acknowledged that God appoints leaders. Hmmm. Has anything we make been interesting, useful or fruitful for you? You can support us by becoming a Fellow Traveller on our Patreon page HERE.Chris Marchand, Sean McCoy, Stephen Backhouse
 
Kathi and David Peters are Americans who grew up with impeccable conservative christian pedigrees. Yet somewhere along the line the wheels fell off their patriotic evangelical wagon and they had to learn a new Way. They are filmmakers and their latest work is "Postcards from Babylon", a documentary based on the book of the same name by Brian Zahnd.…
 
Revd Dr Sharon Prentis is all about enriching the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves. She joins the Tent to talk about the state of theological education, recruiting and training clergy from all walks of life, and how to set spaces to talk about race and ethnicity within our church circles. She wants us create places of peace, not just for o…
 
The second series of Followers of the Way launches with a look at the politics of prophecy, speaking truth to power and telling itching ears what they want to hear. And just what is the testimony of Jesus that is the spirit of prophecy, anyway? We are able to make a second season thanks to our patrons. You too can become a Fellow Traveller on our P…
 
So. 2020. 'Nuff said? Stephen, Chris and Sean debrief the year, and reflect on the podcast journey so far. Turns out even Tents need a State of the Union from time to time. Lots of good stuff planned for 2021! Thanks to all our dear listeners and patrons for keeping us going. You too can become a Fellow Traveller on our Patreon page HERE.…
 
“Most people come to rough areas to ‘bring Jesus to the poor’ and then they are distressed to discover that he is already there and the poor already know him!” Aaron is the most culturally aware and widely read person you’ll hear this year. He is smart and kind and writes beautiful books of his own. He is co-national director of 24-7 Prayer Canada …
 
“The Evangelical movement right now is like a cruise liner that has been hit by a bunch of torpedoes.” Political theologian Vincent Bacote wants to be part of a movement that not only proclaims good news, it performs good news. Stephen sits down with Vince to be schooled in the ways of the politician and theologian Abraham Kuyper. We find out what …
 
Based on his book 'Celebrating the 12 Days of Christmas', co-host Chris Marchand explores the social and political implications of Serving at Christmas. Sean and Stephen join the discussion at 35:40. This is the first of four episodes reimagining Christmas. Episodes 2-4 will be available to Patreon subscribers, which can be found HERE. Click here f…
 
Putting the "theology" back into political theology with Lucy Peppiatt! Dr Peppiatt is the Principal of Westminster Theological Centre. She joins the Tent to talk with Stephen about all sorts of good things, including ways that trinitarian theology does and does not help us think about society and politics. You can find out more about Lucy, her tea…
 
A study of Mark 3:1-21. The conversation with Sean and Chris starts at 32:25. This is the fourth and final episode on the Gospel of Mark we are releasing on the podcast. For those who want to go deeper, the entire series on Mark is available to Patreon subscribers. You can become a Fellow Traveller HERE.…
 
Dr. Kristin Kobez Du Mez joins the Tent to talk with Christopher Marchand. Kristin is Professor of History at Calvin University and is author of Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation. Not to be confused with a "John Wayne Study Bible" her book is instead a sprawling history of 20th and 21st Century Ev…
 
Jesus Christ does not have a degree in theology and he did not write any books. He has never voted or ran for office. He does not have any social media followers. In fact he does not have many Followers at all. Turns out his voice sounds like Abimbola Ademuyiwa's.Tent Theology
 
A study of Mark 2. The conversation with Sean and Chris starts at 29:20. This is the third of four episodes on the Gospel of Mark we are releasing on the podcast. For those who want to go deeper, the entire series on Mark is available to Patreon subscribers. You can become a Fellow Traveller HERE.Chris Marchand, Sean McCoy, Stephen Backhouse
 
We get our big guns out for Election Day, as Dr Luke Bretherton joins the Tent. Luke is the author of Christ and the Common Life and the professor of moral and political theology at Duke University. He is also a kind, gentle, and wise person. Just what the times demand. You can find out more about Luke HERE and HERE You can become a Fellow Travelle…
 
A study of Mark 1:16-45. The conversation with Sean and Chris starts at 35:20. We are releasing four episodes on the Gospel of Mark on this podcast. For those who want to go deeper, the entire series on Mark is available to Patreon subscribers. You can become a Fellow Traveller HERE.Chris Marchand, Sean McCoy, Stephen Backhouse
 
Clinical psychologist Dr Ellie Riley joins the Tent to talk us through dealing with anxiety, managing our mental health and more during these times of extraordinary stress. But are they really so extraordinary? You can find out more about Dr Riley and her practice HERE You can become a Fellow Traveller on our Patreon page HERE.…
 
A study of Mark 1:1-15. The conversation with Sean and Chris starts at 40:35. We are releasing four episodes on the Gospel of Mark on this podcast. For those who want to go deeper, the entire series on Mark is available to Patreon subscribers. You can become a Fellow Traveller HERE.Chris Marchand, Sean McCoy, Stephen Backhouse
 
We welcome back friend of the show Brad Jersak (A More Christlike God) along with Wm Paul Young (The Shack), to discuss inherited politics, recovering from abuse, fear, grace, and reconciliation and their new jointly-written novel The Pastor. Plus, Stephen asks Paul Young if he's even a Christian... More about The Pastor HERE Have you found this po…
 
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You can find out more about Brad Jersak HERE Have you found this podcast series to be good, useful or fruitful? We need YOU to keep Tent Theology sustainable. Become a Fellow Traveller HERE.Brad Jersak, Stephen Backhouse
 
Are you a black magic christian? The conversation with Stephen, Sean and Chris starts at 30:00 It takes time, money and talent to produce these podcasts. If you would like to to support our work you can do so HERE Send questions to info@tenttheology.comChris Marchand, Sean McCoy, Stephen Backhouse
 
Azariah's book is called Ghost Ship: Institutional racism and the Church of England and the author is listed as A.D.A France-Williams. You can find more information HERE. You can find Azariah's episode with Chine McDonald on the Nomad Podcast HERE.Chris Marchand, Sean McCoy, Stephen Backhouse
 
Black Lives Matter. So why do so many christianised people amplify only those voices that allow them to opt out of the movement? We look at itching ears, the fiction of public acts and private lives, the link between individual freedom and the Protestant Reformation, the Kingdom that is not of this world and the politics of Heaven. The conversation…
 
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