TOPIC INDEXPractical Theology (1181)
  1. God does not give us an undebatable answer to suffering. Instead, God suffers, too.
  2. Watching The World Go Down in History. In this episode of Banned Books, we read "False Presence of the Kingdom" by Jacques Ellul and discuss worldly Christianity, the lessons of history, the Machine, focusing on heavenly things to answer earthly questions, seeking the origin of things, and the dangers of being trapped in the present.
  3. Encore presentation: Steve Lownes returned to the studio to help Craig and Troy work out their relationship, but instead we end up talking more about the intersection of theology and therapy.
  4. Encore presentation: Therapist Steve Lownes joins Craig and Troy for a discussion on theology and therapy. How are they the same, and how are they different?
  5. You are the baptized, for in Christ we are all wet. The demographic dividers are washed away.
  6. In episode TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY-NINE, Wade, Mike, and Jason discuss theology as a practicus habitus (a practical aptitude or habitude or habit).
  7. Jesus purifies His own and ends their identification as unfit to appear in His presence or in front of other people as the person we identify as our true self.
  8. It’s the Cross, Stupid. In this episode, we discuss how God makes a theologian of the cross, how the theology of glory infiltrates churches and their doctrine, and how the cross of Christ reveals the truth about human history.
  9. Honey, Where Did This Thing Come From? In this episode, we discuss the Lord’s Supper, early church tradition, worship, and the question, “Where did this come from?” At the same time, we read Dr. Norman Nagel’s essay, “Medicine of Immortality and Antidote against Death.”
  10. Distinct, But Not Divided. In this episode, we discuss the Christian doctrine of the two kingdoms and its consequences for the Christian life while reading James Nestigen's "The Two Kingdoms Distinction."
  11. Today on the show, Dan tells the story of a man he spent three years researching, Johann Arndt.
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