What were the best things that BLC and MPT discovered in 2014? In this episode of That God Show, the hosts take a look back at the year and list their "favorite things" discovered in 2014. Plus, the most anticipated things to come in 2015!
In EP13, BLC and MPT sit down to discuss recent events such as the death of Eric Garner. What is the Christian response to events like these? How can those of us in positions of privilege show more humility when we approach these issues? How do we begin to move forward? These questions, and many more, on this episode of That God Show.
BLC and MPT are back! Matthew is just returning from a humanitarian trip to the Philippines, so today' we're talking about short term mission trips-- are the criticisms valid? All things mission related on this episode of That God Show.
In Episode 11, Benjamin sits down with Christian Piatt, author of Post-Christian: What's Left? Can We Fix It? Do We Care? to talk about the future of Christianity in a world that is increasingly post-Christian. How will the Church look different in the future? Is there even a future for us? Catch all things Post-Christian on this latest episode.
The late Brittany Maynard recently sparked a national debate on death with dignity laws, resulting in a broad discussion within the Christian community. In episode 10, Osheta Moore joins Benjamin L. Corey while Matthew Paul Turner is away, for a discussion on becoming Christians who find a 3rd way to approach controversial topics.
After a break because of busy travel schedules, Benjamin and Matthew return to the set of That God Show to catch up and talk about Pope Francis and his recent comments that God did not have a "magic wand" when he created the universe.
A conversation about the Rapture and the theology from which its founded on. From the new Left Behind movie starring Nicolas Cage to the effects that Dispensationalism can have on people, our culture, and our world view, why are so many Christians still attached to this dark way of thinking about the future?
A conversation about violence, from spanking to war. Benjamin and Matthew ask: are we as a culture addicted to using violence to medicate our problems? And how, as followers of Jesus, can we become peacemakers amid the often violent nature of our culture's choices.
On Episode 6, Matthew and Benjamin talk about all things "hate." What is hate? Do we overuse the word? How has the Internet shaped our understanding of hatred? Has "hate" lost some of its punch? And how can we respond to hate when it happens?