Food Trucks in Babylon podcast

Food Trucks in Babylon

Western Seminary, Todd Miles, Patrick Schreiner, Ryan Lister

Western Seminary professors Dr. Todd Miles and Dr. Ryan Lister discuss matters of faith, theology, and culture in a post-Christian world.

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    Jesus, Kids, and Advent with Champ Thornton


    Ryan and Todd sit down with pastor and author Champ Thornton to talk about how families can follow Jesus together, especially during the Christmas season. Champ recently wrote the book Wonders of His Love, an advent devotional for families based on Isaiah’s prophecies. He is the author of several children’s books and is the associate pastor at Ogletown Baptist Church in Newark, Delaware.Mentioned resources:Wonders of His Love: Finding Jesus in Isaiah
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    Deep Discipleship with J.T. English


    Are churches equipped to make deep disciples of Jesus? Todd and Ryan sit down with J.T. English to discuss why the local church needs to prioritize discipling followers of Jesus in more than just a superficial manner. J.T. is the pastor of Storyline Fellowship in Arvada, Colo., and the author of Deep Discipleship: How the Church Can Make Whole Disciples of Jesus (B&H, 2020).Mentioned ResourcesDeep Discipleship: How the Church Can Make Whole Disciples of Jesus
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    How (Not) to Read the Bible with Dan Kimball


    What do we do when we encounter parts of the Bible that make us uncomfortable? Is the God of the Bible truly anti-women, anti-science, pro-violence and pro-slavery? Is the “Good Book” really good? Todd and Ryan sit down with Dan Kimball, author of “How (Not) to Read the Bible,” to discuss why the way we read and interpret our Bibles is so important in a post-Christian age. Dan is a pastor at Vintage Faith Church in Santa Cruz Calif., a faculty member at Western Seminary, and the director of the Regeneration Project.Resources:How (Not) to Read the Bible, Dan Kimball
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    The Gospel and Mental Illness with Michael Lawrence


    Todd and Ryan sit down with pastor Michael Lawrence to talk about how pastors should respond to mental illness in the church. Michael shares from his own personal experience as a parent whose child was diagnosed with a serious mental illness a number of years ago. He talks about how the gospel relates to mental health, the dangers of seeing mental health as only a physical or spiritual issue, and what the church can do to help those struggling with mental illness. Michael has served as the lead pastor at Hinson Baptist Church in Portland for 11 years.
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    The New Reformation with Shai Linne


    Todd and Ryan sit down with hip-hop artist Shai Linne to discuss how the gospel can accomplish racial reconciliation. Shai is the author of The New Reformation: Finding Hope in the Fight for Ethnic Unity. In addition to releasing numerous Christian hip-hop albums, Shai cofounded Risen Christ Fellowship, an inner-city church in his hometown of Philadelphia. Mentioned resources:The New Reformation
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    Three Chords in Babylon


    Timothy Paul Jones and Garrick Bailey from Three Chords and the Truth Podcast team up with Ryan and Todd to answer questions about apologetics and the impassibility of God. They also discuss questions as to how ethics should shape 21st century apologetics, what instrument Herman Bavinck would have played if he’d joined his fellow Dutchmen Eddie and Alex Van Halen in a band, and how Pearl Jam can help your prayer life.
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    Pathways to Wisdom with Dominick Hernández


    Do you find it challenging to apply the book of Proverbs to your life? Dominick Hernández joins Todd and Ryan to discuss how the wisdom in Proverbs is indeed intended to help us with practical matters in our lives. Hernandez is assistant professor of Old Testament Interpretation and the Director of the Online Hispanic Program at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is also an ordained pastor, published author, conference speaker, and biblical language enthusiast. Mentioned Resources:Proverbs: Pathways to Wisdom
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    Eternal Perspectives with Randy Alcorn


    How should Christians think about the afterlife? What difference does the doctrines of heaven and hell make in Christianity? Randy Alcorn joins the show to talk with Ryan and Todd about writing, heaven, and what Christian living has to do with the eternal promise of the New Heavens and the New Earth.Mentioned ResourcesRandy Alcorn, Heaven, The Grace and Truth Paradox, Eternity, The Apostle, Ollie Chandler SeriesJames Scott Bell, Plot & StructureFrancine Rivers, Atonement Child, Redeeming LoveGreg Allison, Historical Theology
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    Spiritual Abuse in the Church - Part 2


    Ryan & Todd continue their conversation about spiritual abuse with Ken Garrett.
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    Spiritual Abuse in the Church - Part 1


    In this two-part episode, pastor and author Ken Garrett talks to Ryan and Todd about his faith journey and his encounter with spiritual abuse in the church. Ken's book, In the House of Friends, is written for survivors of abusive churches, their families and friends, and all who want to understand spiritual abuse and help those who have been abused.

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