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This is a great podcast to challenge anyone curious about the current evangelical world view. For critics, you will be surprised and hopefully have you mind opened. For those who identify as evangelical, I think you will be challenged. You may find vision of grace that will have you looking at those in your life in a new way. I love the series on Job especially.
Consistently Solid Content. Host Todd Littleton does a great job as an interviewer, and has great guests [Disclosure: I’ve been one of them]. He covers a broad spectrum and isn’t afraid to host opposing views with grace. Well done.
Earbud Zestiness. I am so glad Todd is bringing the goods to the podcasting world. There are plenty of religion podcasts and too many sermons, but Todd is going for a specific audience that didn’t know it wasn’t being served - Pastor-Theologians. I am sure others will enjoy the quality conversations and sensitive questions, but the life of a minister can end up lonely and Todd is making something perfect for them. Enjoy it!
Honest, Challenging, and full of Integrity. The host Dr. Todd Littleton does a great job curating open and honest discussions. No topic is off limits and everything belongs. My absolute favorite part of the podcast is knowing that the host finds himself on the ground, serving in the midst of it all. Excellent work.
Taking Ownership. Todd is a talented interviewer and a deep thinker. As a deep thinker, I appreciate that. One of the best aspects of this podcast is Todd challenges the listener to take ownership of your relationship with Christ. In doing so, Todd gracefully brings opposing viewpoints to the forefront in order to deepen our understanding on what it means to be a follower of Christ.
The Dangers of Mediating Ideas: A Conversation with Bradly Mason
Pastor, do you have time to read the near 500 pages of Critical Race Theory: The Key Writings That Formed the Movement?” Maybe you have time between weekly sermon...