Four Podcast Recommendations
Hi everyone, I enjoy listening to podcasts on my commute to and from work, so let me recommend a few good ones for you if you find yourself doing the same.
First, John Dickson’s Undeceptions has a great episode on Global Christianity. This is an awesome episode about what is happening right now in Christianity around the world.
Second, Preston Sprinkle’s Theology in the Raw covers mostly Christianity and sexuality, but every now and then he covers other stuff too in theology and biblical studies. Check out his interview with Joey Dodson (Denver Seminary) about Romans 7!
Third, for something out of leftfield, I listen to former-Trotskyite journalist Brendan O’Neil who is basically a secular socialist libertarian. He has a great interview with a guy called Harry Miller about how Britain is becoming a woke police state.
Fourth, at the Biblical Mind podcast Scott Harrower and Joshua Cockayne discuss their new book Dawn of Sunday: The Trinity and Trauma-Safe Churches (written with Preston Hill). They examine attitudes and practices that help us recognize, accept, and respond to traumatized individuals within the church. As the church becomes a community of help and safety, and as its members grow in Christlikeness, it can become a haven for the traumatized and vulnerable.
Otherwise, don’t forget that you can listen to my own podcast Nazareth to Nicaea about the making of early Christology.