Urban Theologian Radio #16
Researcher Holly Pivec on the New Apostolic Reformation. NAR is filled with “super apostles” and wannabe prophets. A missionary who has hands on experience joins us to help expose this dangerous global movement.
published date: 2015/04/26
Urban Theologian Radio #15
Here are some things we discuss with Dr. Nelson:
Special Guest: Paul Nelson of Discovery Institute.
Featured Song: beauty. (Smoke Signal., 2015) – nobigdyl ft. Chad Jones
published date: 2015/04/19
Urban Theologian Radio #14
Atheist Richard Carrier claims the first Christians believed Jesus was a celestial deity who was crucified in outer space just below the moon. He also claims the gospels are historical allegories and that Jesus never existed. We discuss these claims.
published date: 2015/04/12
Urban Theologian Radio #13
Atheist historian Richard Carrier claims the first Christians believed Jesus was a celestial deity who was crucified in outer space just below the moon. He also claims the gospels are historical allegories. And he claims that Jesus never existed at all. We discuss these claims.
Featured Song: Eyewitness (Eyewitness Encounter, 2013) – Evangel feat. Monielle
Urban Theologian Radio #12
Pastors Vermon, Bob and Vocab give the listeners a few updates so you can know what we’ve been up to lately (as well as what’s coming up). We work our way through a classic and influential 1989 article by historian Paul Maier on the date of Jesus’ crucifixion. We also get some insight on the associated earthquake and mysterious darkness.
Featured Song: Were You There? (The Atonement, 2010) – shai linne
published date: 2015/03/29
Urban Theologian Radio #11
Based off Ken’s series, “If I had Lunch with St. Augustine.” We touch on Augustine’s life, accomplishments, controversies, and ask “how did a great sinner become a great saint?”
featured song: Take Up & Read – shai linne (Lyrical Theology: Part 1, 2013)
Urban Theologian Radio #10
Patrick went from slave to evangelist. He was ahead of his time in his treatment of women. Mike Pettengill wants to reclaim the true Patrick and his missionary legacy.
Featured Song: Plate Fulla Funk (Plate Fulla Funk, 1995) – DDC
published date: 2015/03/15