In this podcast we explore and discuss various spiritual questions in a casual and relaxed format. All views and beliefs are welcome here. We're interested in tackling life's tough philosophical questions and exploring who Jesus is together.
This episode discusses themes such as eye for an eye justice, misunderstandings about the Messiah, child-like faith and more from Season 1 Episode 3 of The Chosen.
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Nathan, Jason, Nick and John discuss in detail The Chosen Season 1 Episode 2: Shabbat! A roundtable discussion from religious and non-religious perspectives. This episode of The Chosen brought up some great discussion topics including how religion handles the role of women, authenticity, who Jesus hung out with, the corruption of the religious leaders known as the Pharisees and more.
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A detailed plot analysis and review of The Chosen Season 1 Episode 1. This roundtable podcast contains spoilers. Be sure to watch the episode first! Then listen and follow along with us as we share our thoughts and opinions.
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This episode recaps major points from our Monday night discussion group at Church In A Brewery. Nathan talks about different views of ghosts, why Jesus' followers thought he was a ghost, and what ancient views of ghosts and Greek/Roman gods tell us about Jesus.
Nathan, Jason and Heath discuss what it was like to start a church/spiritual discussion group in a brewery in 2020.
Listen to Dr. Michael Heiser's supernatural seminar here: https://youtu.be/IZKy1Xt2Ow0
Nathan and Jason discuss several different views on free will including a brief overview of determinism, indeterminism, strong theological determinism, weak theological determinism, and the Doctrine of Free Will.
Jason and Nathan discuss historical evidence of supernatural events from Lee Strobel's book The Case For Christ and more. Church In A Brewery meets every Monday night at 7:30 PM inside Augustino Brewing.
A strange and unusual conversation with Nathan and Heath on Mark Chapter 1 verses 22-28. We discuss whether or not evil spirits exist, what they might want and what Jesus' encounters with evil spirits reveal about him. Questions or comments? Catch up with us on the Brewery Ministries Facebook page or visit our website below!
Nathan and Heath discuss a few nuggets of wisdom from Proverbs, plus they recap the discussion on the Garden Of Eden from Church In A Brewery Week 8!
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In this episode we explore the big message Jesus came to tell us in Mark Chapter 1, plus we discuss his baptism. What was different about the baptism of Jesus? Does it look anything like baptism today? And what was the important message he wanted people to know? Check it out in this recap of our Week 7 discussion at Church In A Brewery! Monday nights at 7:30 PM inside Augustino Brewing. Wichita, KS.
Mark 1 makes some enormous claims about Jesus. What are these claims? Was there any evidence to support them at the time they were written? Here's a podcast recap of our Week 5 discussion at Church In A Brewery!
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Evidence for the existence of God from the origin of the universe. This episode is a short recap of our weekly in-person discussion at Church In A Brewery. For more info about our weekly meeting, check out the link below!
Topic introduction from our weekly Church In A Brewery meeting. This short talk on what Jesus was like was followed by group discussion over tables. Check out Church In A Brewery at Augustino Brewing in Wichita KS! Monday nights at 7:30 PM.
A casual conversation about whether or not humanity needs a savior of some kind in order to have a relationship with God. Can humans get to where God is on their own or do they need outside help?
Have you ever felt like science and the Bible don't seem to fit together? Do you feel like science is a threat to faith? Or maybe it enhances your faith? Nathan and Heath explore these questions in this episode!
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Nathan and Heath discuss questions about God, the morality of war and justice in the Old Testament. Did God command genocide? Is the God of the Old Testament moral? We discuss this and more!
Cold Case Christianity - on genocide and the ancient practice of child sacrifices
Foundations Laid On Human Sacrifice - a historical paper confirming practices of human and child sacrifice in ancient times
Numbers 20 - Israel is not allowed to travel through Edom
Exodus 17 - The Amalekites attack the Israelites on their way out of Egypt
Numbers 21 - The Amorites attack the Israelites
Numbers 33 - God commands the Israelites to take out the Caananites
Deuteronomy 25:17 - God reminds the Israelites of the Amalekite attacks as they fled Egypt.
1 Samuel 15:3 - God commands the Israelites to attack the Amalekites
Leviticus 19:34 - God commands the Israelites to love the foreigner living among them.
2 Chronicles 28:3, 2 Chronicles 33:6 and Jeremiah 7 - God becomes angry when the Israelites begin practicing child sacrifice.
A philosophical discussion about whether or not life has a purpose. Is everything random? Are things determined by fate or predetermined by God? Maybe a mix? We discuss these questions on this episode.
Is the Virgin Conception reasonable? Is it just a crazy idea or are there good reasons to put our faith in it? We discuss that and more on this episode!
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