* Theology for the People

* Theology for the People

Addressing the intersection of theology and culture with Nick Cady, pastor of White Fields Community Church in Longmont, Colorado Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theologyforthepeople/support

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Almost a Reformer: How Erasmus of Rotterdam Fueled the Reformation but Personally Stopped Short - with Shane Angland
* Theology for the PeopleApril 10, 2024x
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Almost a Reformer: How Erasmus of Rotterdam Fueled the Reformation but Personally Stopped Short - with Shane Angland

Desiderius Erasmus is one of the most important figures in the history of the Protestant Reformation. He was a key thinker, and the compiler of many of the manuscripts that were used in translating the Bible from Greek and Hebrew into languages of the people. He was also in co...

Loving the Ones Who Drive You Crazy: How and Why Christians Should Pursue Unity in the Church - with Jamie Dunlop
* Theology for the PeopleApril 03, 2024x
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Loving the Ones Who Drive You Crazy: How and Why Christians Should Pursue Unity in the Church - with Jamie Dunlop

Jamie Dunlop is an associate pastor at Capitol Hill Baptist Church, in Washington D.C. and the author of the book, Love the Ones Who Drive You Crazy: Eight Truths for Pursuing Unity in Your Church . Jamie's church is only a few blocks from the U.S. Capitol building, and ...

Go and Do Likewise: the Role of Acts of Mercy in the Mission of Jesus - with Amy DiMarcangelo
* Theology for the PeopleMarch 27, 2024x
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Go and Do Likewise: the Role of Acts of Mercy in the Mission of Jesus - with Amy DiMarcangelo

In the Parable to the Good Samaritan, Jesus concludes the parable with this phrase: “Go and Do Likewise.” What then is the role of “acts of mercy” or providing for physical needs, in regard to the Great Commission we’ve received from Jesus: to go into the world and preach th...

Digital Liturgies: How the Internet Impacts Christian Discipleship - with Samuel James
* Theology for the PeopleMarch 20, 2024x
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Digital Liturgies: How the Internet Impacts Christian Discipleship - with Samuel James

The internet is a tool that nearly everyone uses on a daily basis, but what impact does it have on us in regard to Christian discipleship? How have digital devices transformed the way that communities and churches, function, and what challenges do these technologies pose for u...

William Tyndale and the Desire for the English Bible - with Shane Angland
* Theology for the PeopleMarch 13, 2024x
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William Tyndale and the Desire for the English Bible - with Shane Angland

If you read the Bible in English, you may not realize all of the drama and sacrifices that went into getting the Bible translated into the English language.  William Tyndale was an English biblical scholar and linguist who became a leading figure in the Protestant Reformatio...

Understanding the Person and Work of the Holy Spirit - with Fred Sanders
* Theology for the PeopleMarch 06, 2024x
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Understanding the Person and Work of the Holy Spirit - with Fred Sanders

Who is the Holy Spirit, and how does an understanding of the person and work of the Holy Spirit contribute to our life and faith as believers in Jesus?  Fred Sanders is professor of theology at the Torrey Honors College at Biola University. He is the author of a much sought-...

Mental Health & the Bible - with David Murray
* Theology for the PeopleFebruary 28, 2024x
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Mental Health & the Bible - with David Murray

How should we, as Christians think about mental health and mental illness? Are there ways in which the Bible gives us insights into treating mental illness, that go beyond what modern secular scholarship can provide? In this episode, I speak with David Murray. David Murray h...

Explaining the Three Main Views on Eschatology
* Theology for the PeopleFebruary 21, 2024x
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Explaining the Three Main Views on Eschatology

For many people, the study of the “end times” can feel mysterious and disorienting. But, upon examination, what you find is that there are really only three main lenses through which people interpret the eschatological texts in the Bible. In this episode, my friend Aaron Sal...

Why Psalm 23 is a Microcosm of the Bible - with David Gibson
* Theology for the PeopleFebruary 14, 2024x
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Why Psalm 23 is a Microcosm of the Bible - with David Gibson

Psalm 23 is one of the most well-known and beloved passages in the Bible. It is often read at funerals, or at times when people are in need of comfort.  And yet, there is more to this Psalm than many people realize. According to my guest, David Gibson, Psalm 23 echoes the ma...

Peter J. Williams - Why Jesus’ Teachings in the Gospels are Reliable & Incredible
* Theology for the PeopleFebruary 07, 2024x
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Peter J. Williams - Why Jesus’ Teachings in the Gospels are Reliable & Incredible

Many people consider Jesus to be a great teacher, but few actually realize just how incredible his teachings actually were. Dr. Peter J. Williams is the principal of Tyndale House in Cambridge, and he is the chair of the International Greek New Testament Project. He is also ...

Andrew Wilson - Romanticism & “Protestant Paganism”: Christianity in Relation to Western Culture
* Theology for the PeopleJanuary 31, 2024x
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Andrew Wilson - Romanticism & “Protestant Paganism”: Christianity in Relation to Western Culture

In this first episode of Season 4, Nick Cady speaks with pastor and author Andrew Wilson about why understanding western culture is important for Christian theology and mission. Andrew has a PhD from King’s College London, and he serves as the teaching pastor at King’s Churc...

Season 4 Trailer
* Theology for the PeopleJanuary 19, 202400:00:42677.53 KB

Season 4 Trailer

The new season of Theology for the People will be coming, starting in January 31, 2024, and featuring topics including: Eschatology, Church History, Mental Health, Practical Theology, and more. Upcoming guests include Shane Angland, Andrew Wilson, Peter J. Williams, and Fred...

The Role of Beauty in Theology - with Dr. Philip Ryken
* Theology for the PeopleSeptember 14, 2023x
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The Role of Beauty in Theology - with Dr. Philip Ryken

Dr. Philip Ryken is the President of Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. He has a Doctorate in Philosophy from Oxford University, and he is the author of over 50 books. His latest book is called Beauty is Your Destiny: How the Promise of Splendor Changes Everything . In th...

Avoiding Reductionist Views of the Atonement - with Jeremy Treat
* Theology for the PeopleAugust 24, 2023x
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Avoiding Reductionist Views of the Atonement - with Jeremy Treat

Jeremy Treat is the Pastor for preaching and vision at Reality LA , a church in Los Angeles, California. He is also an Adjunct Professor of theology at BIOLA University, and he has his PhD from Wheaton College.  Jeremy is the author of several books. His latest book is The A...

A Biblical Approach to Church Planting - with Nathan Knight
* Theology for the PeopleAugust 17, 2023x
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A Biblical Approach to Church Planting - with Nathan Knight

Nathan Knight is the Lead Pastor of Restoration Church in Washington DC — which is a church that he planted 14 years ago. He now leads a church planting network in the DC area called Treasuring Christ Together, and he recently wrote a book (published by Crossway and 9Marks) abo...

Learning from the Life of Elisabeth Elliot - with Lucy S R Austen
* Theology for the PeopleAugust 10, 2023x
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Learning from the Life of Elisabeth Elliot - with Lucy S R Austen

Elisabeth Elliott was one of the most well-known and influential figures of the late 20th century, and early 21st century, both in evangelical circles, but also in the culture at large. Recently a biography of her life was written by Lucy S R Austen, and published by Crossway ...

500 Year Journey: How the Magi Knew When Jesus Would be Born - with Cory Piper
* Theology for the PeopleAugust 03, 2023x
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500 Year Journey: How the Magi Knew When Jesus Would be Born - with Cory Piper

Cory Piper is a teacher who specializes in the Old Testament, theology, and history. He recently wrote a book called 500 Year Journey: How the Magi Knew When Jesus Would be Born We discuss who the Magi were and why they came to Jerusalem at the exact time they did, when Jesu...

What is Biblical Unitarianism? - Considering the Best Arguments For and Against It
* Theology for the PeopleJuly 27, 2023x
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What is Biblical Unitarianism? - Considering the Best Arguments For and Against It

In this episode, Nick Cady and Jason Cralley respond to the best arguments for Biblical Unitarianism, the a non-Trinitarian interpretation of biblical texts about who God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit are. In doing this, they look at the history of Arianism and Trinitarian for...

Dealing with Doubt and Deconstruction - with Aaron Salvato
* Theology for the PeopleJuly 20, 2023x
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Dealing with Doubt and Deconstruction - with Aaron Salvato

In recent years it has become increasingly popular for people who grew up in Christianity to go through a process of “deconstruction” in which they seek to examine and question the origins of their beliefs.  Deconstruction isn’t always a bad thing, but the deconstruction mov...

Making Sense of the Beatitudes - with Chris Castaldo
* Theology for the PeopleJuly 10, 2023x
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Making Sense of the Beatitudes - with Chris Castaldo

Chris Castaldo is the Lead Pastor of  New Covenant Church in Naperville, Illinois. In this episode we discuss his recent book The Upside Down Kingdom: Wisdom for Life from the Beatitudes . We talk about how the Beatitudes are meant to be understood, and how people have misread...

AMA #1: Ask Me Anything - Pride Month, Sin in the New Jerusalem, Work, Marriage, and more
* Theology for the PeopleJune 08, 2023x
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AMA #1: Ask Me Anything - Pride Month, Sin in the New Jerusalem, Work, Marriage, and more

In this episode, Nick Cady and Jason Cralley respond to questions on various topics, including how Christians should respond to Pride Month, whether humans will have the ability to sin in the age to come, how to serve God faithfully in an unsatisfying job, and how to respond t...

With All Your Might: Exploring Biblical Teaching about Diligence, Hard Work, Sabbath, and Sloth
* Theology for the PeopleJune 01, 2023x
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With All Your Might: Exploring Biblical Teaching about Diligence, Hard Work, Sabbath, and Sloth

Have we over-emphasized the value of rest and Sabbath to the neglect of the biblical teaching on diligence and hard work? On this episode, Nick Cady is joined by Tyler Fuss and Mike Neglia to discuss what the Bible has to say about the importance of diligence, the danger of ...

The First Gospel: Why Genesis 3 is Key to Understanding the Entire Bible - with Mitch Chase
* Theology for the PeopleMay 25, 2023x
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The First Gospel: Why Genesis 3 is Key to Understanding the Entire Bible - with Mitch Chase

Mitchell Chase (PhD) is the Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He also serves as Preaching Pastor at Kosmosdale Baptist Church . Mitch has written several articles for the Gospel Coalition , and he is the a...

The Raskol of 1666 and What It Shows Us About Russian Orthodox Theology
* Theology for the PeopleMay 18, 2023x
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The Raskol of 1666 and What It Shows Us About Russian Orthodox Theology

On this episode of Theology for the People, we dive into the topic of Russian Orthodox Christianity.  My guest is Shane Angland. Shane is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary, and he was also a missionary in Eastern Ukraine.  The Raskol of 1666 was a schism that took ...

Christ's Concern for the Local Church: Seen in the 7 Letters to Churches in Revelation - with Mike Neglia
* Theology for the PeopleMay 11, 2023x
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Christ's Concern for the Local Church: Seen in the 7 Letters to Churches in Revelation - with Mike Neglia

Mike Neglia is the Lead Pastor of Calvary Cork, in Cork, Ireland. He is a graduate student at Western Seminary and he leads Expositors Collective , an initiative to train and equip the next generation of Christ-centered expository Bible teachers. In this episode, Mike and I ...