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A lot of people think that Church is BS. They think we’re full of it. They think that Christians, Christianity and Church is a load of crap, that Christians are negative, out of touch, judgmental, small minded, mean spirited, politically driven and decidedly hypocritical. We embrace a fresh faith, leaving behind the hard line “you're wrong - we’re right” attitude, the “your sin is worse than my sin” delusion, the medieval paradigm of hell, the contrived emotionalism, the anti-science bias, a ...
 
What issues matter most to Australian Christians during an election? Hosts Tim Costello and Mel Wade talk to Australia's experts and leaders - including the ones that Christians don't usually get to hear from! Episode guests: Prof Ian Harper (Reserve Bank & Dean of Melbourne Business School, Melbourne University) - Economy; John Anderson (Former Deputy PM & Nationals Leader) - Religious Freedom; Natasha Stott Despoja (former senator & Ambassador for Women and Girls) - Women Dr Tim Flannery ( ...
 
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Listen in as Dr. Owen Strachan discusses the recent story of Daniel Haydel, who heroically rescued a family of four from a car submerged in a river, and the biblical call for strong men. In the episode, Dr. Strachan gives three thoughts about strong manhood in 2021. If you like what you hear on the City of God, be sure to subscribe to the show in y…
 
The days are evil. This season is crazy. How can Christians not only survive but thrive in times when the world and the devil are playing offense against us? Join Dr. Owen Strachan as he gives Christians a battle plan for 2021 and beyond. If you like what you hear on the City of God, be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting app.…
 
There are times in the Bible where it is mentioned that God hardened someone’s heart. King Saul particularly comes to mind. I always struggle when the Bible says something that God did that seems counterintuitive to the loving God I believe in.The Environmental Christian
 
What is compost? It’s the fifth R: rot. It’s taking your green matter: organic kitchen waste like veggie scraps and fruit peels and mixing them with brown matter: sawdust, cardboard, shredded paper and dry leaves to create a condition where the scraps can break down naturally and you end up with something you can put on your garden to enrich the so…
 
For winter, use 68 degrees while you’re awake and at home. Lower it when you go to bed. As for summer, 78 degrees when you’re home and awake. The lower the difference between the inside and outside temps the lower your cooling bill.The Environmental Christian
 
How do we think about the supposed silence of God? Listen in as Dr. Strachan discusses four ways that we can think about times when God seems silent. If you like what you hear on the City of God, be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast platform. Follow us on Twitter: The Center for Public Theology Dr. Owen Strachan…
 
We’re used to thinking about footprints like what we make in the sand going on a nice walk on the beach. There are other footprints that leave a trail that have nothing to do with feet. Today, we’re going to talk about our environmental footprint, specifically auditing our household trash.The Environmental Christian
 
The word “homosexual” did not appear in our Bibles until 1946. (wait… what?) That word is a mistranslation of the original greek, & resulted in the marginalization & persecution of millions. Rocky Roggio’s new movie is an attempt to expose this intentional error. Donate at:www.patreon.com/christianitywithoutthecrap Facebook: www.facebook.com/christ…
 
We usually associate collateral damage with the death of unintended victims, mostly civilians. We don’t usually hear about it in terms of creation. But in Deuteronomy, we see specifics in waging war and one of those is to not destroy fruit trees. Why?The Environmental Christian
 
Interview with Whitney Simpson, founder of Exploring Peace Ministries and author of Holy Listening with Breath, Body and Spirit. We talk about spiritual direction, disciplines and breathing. Meditation/ Lectio Divina practice at 18:57. Exploring Peace MeditationsThe Environmental Christian
 
Listen in as Dr. Owen Strachan discusses the ‘Equality Act’ passed by the U. S. House of Representatives on February 25, 2021. The ‘Equality Act’ makes gender identity a protected class in the 1964 Civil Rights Act. In this episode, Dr. Strachan gives six ways that the ‘Equality Act’ could fundamentally change things in America. In short, the ‘Equa…
 
Religion is supposed to be a source of strength & healing, and often it is. But for millions, religious communities, families & teachings have generated trauma & lasting pain. Brian Peck is a therapist who helps those who’ve been harmed by religion find freedom & peace. Donate at: www.patreon.com/christianitywithoutthecrap Facebook: www.facebook.co…
 
“If you hadn’t opened the church, I don’t think I would’ve been saved.” Listen in as Dr. Owen Strachan discusses Trinity Bible Chapel in Waterloo, Ontario. The church, led by its elders and pastor Jacob Reaume, has baptized several people in the last few months under strict government lockdowns. If you like what you hear on the City of God podcast,…
 
There are five books of poetry and wisdom in the Bible: Job, a book about human suffering; Psalms, a book that can be used for prayers; Proverbs, a book of wisdom; Ecclesiastes, a book about living; and Song of Songs, a PG-13 book about love.The Environmental Christian
 
Despite everything, there are still people who believe that Christianity has something good to offer. Amy Peterson is one of those people. Her book “Where Goodness Still Grows” brings a fresh new perspective to some old virtues in a way that can revitalize our faith. Donate at:www.patreon.com/christianitywithoutthecrap Facebook: www.facebook.com/ch…
 
In today’s episode of The City of God, Dr. Owen Strachan discusses the recent imprisonment of Canadian pastor James Coates. If you love The City of God, subscribe on your favorite podcasting platform!Owen Strachan
 
Join Dr. Owen Strachan as he interviews Dr. Jeffrey Johnson, pastor of Grace Bible Church, President of Grace Bible Theological Seminary, and founder of Free Grace Press. If you love what you hear on the City of God, be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast app and rate us.Owen Strachan
 
We live in confusing times. Gender confusion. Sexual revolution. Chaos. How then should we live in the world? Listen in as Dr. Strachan discusses Christian living in the midst of strange times. If you are enjoying the City of God podcast, be sure to subscribe and rate us on your favorite podcasting apps!…
 
In the latest episode of the City of God, Dr. Owen Strachan discusses the idea of safety from a Christian perspective. As Christians who trust in Christ, we can stand confidently, even in the toughest and scariest times. If you like what you hear on the City of God, be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast platform and rate us.…
 
Evangelicals tell a pretty wild tale about the End Times. But where’s that come from? Keith Giles explains that the whole story about 666 & the beast & the antichrist, all coming to get you, represents a gross misinterpretation and misappropriation of scripture. Donate at:www.patreon.com/christianitywithoutthecrap Facebook: www.facebook.com/christi…
 
It’s been a tough year by all counts. Our society is in an interesting place. But being a Christian means to square with reality. The way that we can come to terms with our present reality is to be tough-minded. The Bible presents examples that can inspire our own tough-mindedness in our own day. Listen in as Dr. Owen Strachan discusses God-inspire…
 
Many believe that humans are the only creatures to have a soul, that we’re the point & pinnacle of creation, & that other creatures only exist to be the extras in our movie. But this is bunk. It’s a mentality the causes untold suffering, and destroys the planet. Donate at:www.patreon.com/christianitywithoutthecrap Facebook: www.facebook.com/christi…
 
Evangelicalism doesn’t have the best reputation for including people who are “different”. An institution that values conformity leaves a lot of people behind. As an academic and a person with autism, Erin Burnett has both studied and lived this, and we’re honored to interview her. Check her out at http://erinburnettauthor.co.uk/ramblings-autistic-c…
 
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