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Latest Episodes

28: Social Justice Redux

We're back from our hiatus and boy did the social justice conversation hit the fan. Matt and Jake dive into three main topics: the new Founder's trailer, our Matthew Hall interview getting picked up on discernment blogs, and the blog conversation between Thabiti Anyabwile and Tom Ascol. Links mentioned: Founders Ministries By What Standard? cinedoc Resignations from Founders Ministries' Board Ascol: Social justice movement 'greatest threat to gospel' I've ever seen Our Matthew Hall interview Enemies Within The Church Critical Race Theory Promoted by Three Professors at Flagship Southern Baptist Seminary Is There an Evangelical ‘Social Justice Movement’? by Thabiti Anyabwile Yes, the Social Justice Movement Is a Threat to Evangelicals by Tom Ascol Insistence Is Not Evidence: A Final Reply to Tom Ascol by Thabiti Anyabwile Rejection is Not a Rebuttal: A Final Reply to Thabiti Anyabwile by Tom Ascol Bret Weinstein, Heather Heying & the Evergreen Equity Council Resolution 9 The Sufficiency of Scripture by Carl Trueman Credits: Theme music by: David Butler Produced by: David Butler Podcast design by: Jake Cannon Additional consulting by: Nick Francis Sponsored by: Switch Coffee, JM Films

67 MIN2 w ago
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28: Social Justice Redux

27: Recovering From Biblical Manhood and Womanhood with Aimee Byrd

Today we're chatting it up with Aimee Byrd, author of the forthcoming book, Recovering from Biblical Manhood and Womanhood” (2020, Zondervan). We are diving into her critique of the complimentarianism movement, the word "headship," and a better way forward in empowering women in the local church. You can read more of Aimee’s stuff at Mortification of Spin. Passage of the day: "So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them." (Genesis 1:27, ESV). Links Mentioned: Recovering Biblical Manhood & Womanhood: A Response to Evangelical Feminism by John Piper and Wayne Grudem The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood Danvers Statement Eternal Submission in the Trinity? A Quick Guide to the Debate by Andrew Wilson The Concept of Woman: Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3 by Sister Prudence Allen Men and Women in Christ: Fresh Light From The Biblical Texts by Andrew Bartlett Aimee’s recommendations: Beyond Authority and Submission: Women and Men in Marriage, Church, and Society by Rachel Green Miller Neither Complementarian nor Egalitarian: A Kingdom Corrective to the Evangelical Gender Debate by Michelle Lee-Barnewall Complementarian Spirituality by Natalie Brand Credits: Theme music by: David Butler Produced by: David Butler Podcast design by: Jake Cannon Additional consulting by: Nick Francis Sponsored by: Switch Coffee, JM Films

69 MINJUL 1
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27: Recovering From Biblical Manhood and Womanhood with Aimee Byrd

26: Rethinking Politics with Jonathan Leeman

Remember the saying that you should never talk about religion and politics at the dinner table? Well, we're breaking that rule today with our guest Jonathan Leeman. Jonathan wrote an incredibly thought-provoking book a few years ago titled, How The Nations Rage: Rethinking Faith and Politics in a Divided Age.” We dive into some of his main ideas and how Christians need to rethink politics and their engagement in the public square. Passage of the day: "Why do the nations rage and the peoples plot in vain? The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the Lord and against his Anointed, saying, “Let us burst their bonds apart and cast away their cords from us.” He who sits in the heavens laughs; the Lord holds them in derision. Then he will speak to them in his wrath, and terrify them in his fury, saying, “As for me, I have set my King on Zion, my holy hill”” (Psalm 2:1-6, ESV). Links Mentioned: ThriVe St. Louis 9Marks Good and Bad Ways to Think about Religion and Politics by Robert Benne Theme music by: David Butler Produced by: David Butler Podcast design by: Jake Cannon Additional consulting by: Nick Francis Sponsored by: Switch Coffee, JM Films

60 MINJUN 3
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26: Rethinking Politics with Jonathan Leeman

25: Interracial Relationships with Matt and Amanda

Controversy over an interracial relationship might seem like the thing of the 1960's, but according to co-host Matt and his fiancee Amanda, it was anything but a bygone controversy. They recount their experience with interracial dating and how God used it to break down the dividing walls of racial hostility in close family members. Links Mentioned: I Broke Up With Her Because She's White by Christopher Rivas Credits: Theme music by: David Butler Produced by: David Butler Podcast design by: Jake Cannon Additional consulting by: Nick Francis Special thanks to: Amanda Lynn and her family Sponsored by: Switch Coffee, JM Films

72 MINMAY 6
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25: Interracial Relationships with Matt and Amanda

24: Holy Sexuality with Christopher Yuan

When you think about your identity, where's the first place you go? In our confused culture, many turn to their sexuality to define their identity. Dr. Christopher Yuan thinks that is a mistake. We chat it up with Dr. Yuan about his powerful testimony, his new book, “Holy Sexuality and the Gospel, and what it means to have God define our identity. Passage of the Day: "Therefore, with your minds ready for action, be sober-minded and set your hope completely on the grace to be brought to you at the revelation of Jesus Christ. As obedient children, do not be conformed to the desires of your former ignorance. But as the one who called you is holy, you also are to be holy in all your conduct; for it is written, Be holy, because I am holy.” (1 Peter 1:13-16, CSB) Interview Notes: 7:54-24:56 - Testimony 26:01-32:49 - How do we define our identity? 33:50-38:00 - Defining sexuality and "holy sexuality" 39:09-47:35 - Critique of the Revoice conference and how do we define "attraction," "tem...

83 MINAPR 1
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24: Holy Sexuality with Christopher Yuan

23: Racial Trauma Counseling with Kyle J. Howard

When people hear “racial trauma,” a lot of things come to their mind. In this episode, we sit down withKyle J. Howard, a Biblical and racial trauma counselor in Atlanta and ask him to define“racial trauma.” We walk through what this looks like on a practical level, how the Bible relates to it, and we even get his thoughts on The Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel. Passage of the day: "I love you, Lord, my strength. The Lord is my rock, my fortress, and my deliverer, my God, my rock where I seek refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold. I called to the Lord, who is worthy of praise, and I was saved from my enemies. The ropes of death were wrapped around me; the torrents of destruction terrified me. The ropes of Sheol entangled me; the snares of death confronted me. I called to the Lord in my distress, and I cried to my God for help. From his temple he heard my voice, and my cry to him reached his ears." (Psalm 18:1-6, CSB). Interview Notes: 7:38-16:32 - Kyle's journey from gang member to racial trauma counselor. 17:00-22:07 - Defining "racial trauma." 23:50-31:30 - How can people have racial trauma if they have never experienced slavery or Jim Crow? 32:54-38:30 - Is the term "white fragility" helpful or unhelpful? 39:50-47:20 - Does using the term "white" automatically create a negative connotation? Is using the term"white" and "black" mean we have given over to social conditioning ourselves? 48:12-56:04 - Counseling minorities who feel like they have assimilated. 58:02-1:03:35 - Addressing the charge of being a slanderer. 1:04:45-1:10:25 "Just preach the gospel" and pursuing unity. 1:10:40-1:15:17 - Problems with the Statement on Social Justice. 1:16:08-1:19:14 "Why are they trying to put me on a train I don't want to be on?" 1:19:52-1:22:10 - Kyle's perspective on the heart of the matter in the disagreements on social justice. 1:22:50-1:29:10 Practical advice to people trying to engage with racial trauma. Links mentioned: Kyle J. Howard's website Trauma healing, conciliation focus of racism forum by Diana Chandler Suffering and the Heart of God: How Trauma Destroys and Christ Restores by Diane Langberg Urban Apologetics Responds to Dr. White "Philosophical" Response, Racialism Again, Calls Including Church of Christ Question The Color of Compromise by Jemar Tisby Credits: Theme music by: David Butler Produced by: David Butler Podcast design by: Jake Cannon Additional consulting by: Nick Francis Sponsored by: Christian Standard Bible, Switch Coffee, JM Films

92 MINMAR 4
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23: Racial Trauma Counseling with Kyle J. Howard

22: The Statement on Social Justice (Part 2) with Josh Buice

We continue our conversation with Josh Buice, founder of the G3 Conference and pastor of Pray’s Mills Baptist Churchon theStatement on Social Justice and the Gospel. Be sure and listen to part 1 here. Links mentioned: Reformation 21 Article One A House Divided Cannot Stand (Matt Chandler’s MLK50 Conference Talk) Woke Church by Eric Mason Theme music by: David Butler Produced by: David Butler Podcast design by: Jake Cannon Additional consulting by: Nick Francis Sponsored by: Crossway, Switch Coffee, JM Films

56 MINFEB 11
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22: The Statement on Social Justice (Part 2) with Josh Buice

21: The Statement on Social Justice (Part 1) with Josh Buice

We sit down with Josh Buice, founder of the G3 Conference and pastor of Pray's Mills Baptist Church to talk about the Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel. As one of the leaders in creating this statement, we push back on the statement itself as we discuss what social justice is and where we ultimately disagree. Passage of the Day: "I therefore, a prisoner for the Lord, urge you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling to which you have been called, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another in love, eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. There is one body and one Spirit—just as you were called to the one hope that belongs to your call— one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all" (Ephesians 4:1-6, ESV). Links mentioned: Tom Ascol and the SJ&G with Doctrine and Devotion Dear Mike Brown by Preston Perry MLK50 The FAQs: What Christians Should Know About Social J...

47 MINFEB 4
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21: The Statement on Social Justice (Part 1) with Josh Buice

20: Looking Forward

Matt and Jake chop it up over what happened in 2018 and what changes are happening in 2019. Check out our gear store. Additional links: Looking Forward blogFull Focus Planner Theme music by: David ButlerProduced by: David ButlerPodcast design by: Jake CannonAdditional consulting by: Nick Francis

35 MINJAN 7
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20: Looking Forward

19: God's Very Good Idea with Trillia Newbell

Today we sit down with Trillia Newbell, author of God’s Very Good Idea, a children's book addressing the Gospel and diversity. We talk through what it was like creating curriculum for children and the importance of teaching our kids the Gospel. Books mentioned:United: Captured by God's Vision for Diversity You can read more from Trillia on her Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and blog Theme music by: David Butler Produced by: David Butler Podcast design by: Jake Cannon Additional consulting by: Nick Francis Sponsored by: Switch Coffee and JM Films Special Thanks to: Trillia Newbell Get 10% off your next Switch Coffee order with the promo code: "coffeeandcream"

-1 s2018 NOV 26
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19: God's Very Good Idea with Trillia Newbell

Latest Episodes

28: Social Justice Redux

We're back from our hiatus and boy did the social justice conversation hit the fan. Matt and Jake dive into three main topics: the new Founder's trailer, our Matthew Hall interview getting picked up on discernment blogs, and the blog conversation between Thabiti Anyabwile and Tom Ascol. Links mentioned: Founders Ministries By What Standard? cinedoc Resignations from Founders Ministries' Board Ascol: Social justice movement 'greatest threat to gospel' I've ever seen Our Matthew Hall interview Enemies Within The Church Critical Race Theory Promoted by Three Professors at Flagship Southern Baptist Seminary Is There an Evangelical ‘Social Justice Movement’? by Thabiti Anyabwile Yes, the Social Justice Movement Is a Threat to Evangelicals by Tom Ascol Insistence Is Not Evidence: A Final Reply to Tom Ascol by Thabiti Anyabwile Rejection is Not a Rebuttal: A Final Reply to Thabiti Anyabwile by Tom Ascol Bret Weinstein, Heather Heying & the Evergreen Equity Council Resolution 9 The Sufficiency of Scripture by Carl Trueman Credits: Theme music by: David Butler Produced by: David Butler Podcast design by: Jake Cannon Additional consulting by: Nick Francis Sponsored by: Switch Coffee, JM Films

67 MIN2 w ago
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28: Social Justice Redux

27: Recovering From Biblical Manhood and Womanhood with Aimee Byrd

Today we're chatting it up with Aimee Byrd, author of the forthcoming book, Recovering from Biblical Manhood and Womanhood” (2020, Zondervan). We are diving into her critique of the complimentarianism movement, the word "headship," and a better way forward in empowering women in the local church. You can read more of Aimee’s stuff at Mortification of Spin. Passage of the day: "So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them." (Genesis 1:27, ESV). Links Mentioned: Recovering Biblical Manhood & Womanhood: A Response to Evangelical Feminism by John Piper and Wayne Grudem The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood Danvers Statement Eternal Submission in the Trinity? A Quick Guide to the Debate by Andrew Wilson The Concept of Woman: Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3 by Sister Prudence Allen Men and Women in Christ: Fresh Light From The Biblical Texts by Andrew Bartlett Aimee’s recommendations: Beyond Authority and Submission: Women and Men in Marriage, Church, and Society by Rachel Green Miller Neither Complementarian nor Egalitarian: A Kingdom Corrective to the Evangelical Gender Debate by Michelle Lee-Barnewall Complementarian Spirituality by Natalie Brand Credits: Theme music by: David Butler Produced by: David Butler Podcast design by: Jake Cannon Additional consulting by: Nick Francis Sponsored by: Switch Coffee, JM Films

69 MINJUL 1
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27: Recovering From Biblical Manhood and Womanhood with Aimee Byrd

26: Rethinking Politics with Jonathan Leeman

Remember the saying that you should never talk about religion and politics at the dinner table? Well, we're breaking that rule today with our guest Jonathan Leeman. Jonathan wrote an incredibly thought-provoking book a few years ago titled, How The Nations Rage: Rethinking Faith and Politics in a Divided Age.” We dive into some of his main ideas and how Christians need to rethink politics and their engagement in the public square. Passage of the day: "Why do the nations rage and the peoples plot in vain? The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the Lord and against his Anointed, saying, “Let us burst their bonds apart and cast away their cords from us.” He who sits in the heavens laughs; the Lord holds them in derision. Then he will speak to them in his wrath, and terrify them in his fury, saying, “As for me, I have set my King on Zion, my holy hill”” (Psalm 2:1-6, ESV). Links Mentioned: ThriVe St. Louis 9Marks Good and Bad Ways to Think about Religion and Politics by Robert Benne Theme music by: David Butler Produced by: David Butler Podcast design by: Jake Cannon Additional consulting by: Nick Francis Sponsored by: Switch Coffee, JM Films

60 MINJUN 3
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26: Rethinking Politics with Jonathan Leeman

25: Interracial Relationships with Matt and Amanda

Controversy over an interracial relationship might seem like the thing of the 1960's, but according to co-host Matt and his fiancee Amanda, it was anything but a bygone controversy. They recount their experience with interracial dating and how God used it to break down the dividing walls of racial hostility in close family members. Links Mentioned: I Broke Up With Her Because She's White by Christopher Rivas Credits: Theme music by: David Butler Produced by: David Butler Podcast design by: Jake Cannon Additional consulting by: Nick Francis Special thanks to: Amanda Lynn and her family Sponsored by: Switch Coffee, JM Films

72 MINMAY 6
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25: Interracial Relationships with Matt and Amanda

24: Holy Sexuality with Christopher Yuan

When you think about your identity, where's the first place you go? In our confused culture, many turn to their sexuality to define their identity. Dr. Christopher Yuan thinks that is a mistake. We chat it up with Dr. Yuan about his powerful testimony, his new book, “Holy Sexuality and the Gospel, and what it means to have God define our identity. Passage of the Day: "Therefore, with your minds ready for action, be sober-minded and set your hope completely on the grace to be brought to you at the revelation of Jesus Christ. As obedient children, do not be conformed to the desires of your former ignorance. But as the one who called you is holy, you also are to be holy in all your conduct; for it is written, Be holy, because I am holy.” (1 Peter 1:13-16, CSB) Interview Notes: 7:54-24:56 - Testimony 26:01-32:49 - How do we define our identity? 33:50-38:00 - Defining sexuality and "holy sexuality" 39:09-47:35 - Critique of the Revoice conference and how do we define "attraction," "tem...

83 MINAPR 1
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24: Holy Sexuality with Christopher Yuan

23: Racial Trauma Counseling with Kyle J. Howard

When people hear “racial trauma,” a lot of things come to their mind. In this episode, we sit down withKyle J. Howard, a Biblical and racial trauma counselor in Atlanta and ask him to define“racial trauma.” We walk through what this looks like on a practical level, how the Bible relates to it, and we even get his thoughts on The Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel. Passage of the day: "I love you, Lord, my strength. The Lord is my rock, my fortress, and my deliverer, my God, my rock where I seek refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold. I called to the Lord, who is worthy of praise, and I was saved from my enemies. The ropes of death were wrapped around me; the torrents of destruction terrified me. The ropes of Sheol entangled me; the snares of death confronted me. I called to the Lord in my distress, and I cried to my God for help. From his temple he heard my voice, and my cry to him reached his ears." (Psalm 18:1-6, CSB). Interview Notes: 7:38-16:32 - Kyle's journey from gang member to racial trauma counselor. 17:00-22:07 - Defining "racial trauma." 23:50-31:30 - How can people have racial trauma if they have never experienced slavery or Jim Crow? 32:54-38:30 - Is the term "white fragility" helpful or unhelpful? 39:50-47:20 - Does using the term "white" automatically create a negative connotation? Is using the term"white" and "black" mean we have given over to social conditioning ourselves? 48:12-56:04 - Counseling minorities who feel like they have assimilated. 58:02-1:03:35 - Addressing the charge of being a slanderer. 1:04:45-1:10:25 "Just preach the gospel" and pursuing unity. 1:10:40-1:15:17 - Problems with the Statement on Social Justice. 1:16:08-1:19:14 "Why are they trying to put me on a train I don't want to be on?" 1:19:52-1:22:10 - Kyle's perspective on the heart of the matter in the disagreements on social justice. 1:22:50-1:29:10 Practical advice to people trying to engage with racial trauma. Links mentioned: Kyle J. Howard's website Trauma healing, conciliation focus of racism forum by Diana Chandler Suffering and the Heart of God: How Trauma Destroys and Christ Restores by Diane Langberg Urban Apologetics Responds to Dr. White "Philosophical" Response, Racialism Again, Calls Including Church of Christ Question The Color of Compromise by Jemar Tisby Credits: Theme music by: David Butler Produced by: David Butler Podcast design by: Jake Cannon Additional consulting by: Nick Francis Sponsored by: Christian Standard Bible, Switch Coffee, JM Films

92 MINMAR 4
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23: Racial Trauma Counseling with Kyle J. Howard

22: The Statement on Social Justice (Part 2) with Josh Buice

We continue our conversation with Josh Buice, founder of the G3 Conference and pastor of Pray’s Mills Baptist Churchon theStatement on Social Justice and the Gospel. Be sure and listen to part 1 here. Links mentioned: Reformation 21 Article One A House Divided Cannot Stand (Matt Chandler’s MLK50 Conference Talk) Woke Church by Eric Mason Theme music by: David Butler Produced by: David Butler Podcast design by: Jake Cannon Additional consulting by: Nick Francis Sponsored by: Crossway, Switch Coffee, JM Films

56 MINFEB 11
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22: The Statement on Social Justice (Part 2) with Josh Buice

21: The Statement on Social Justice (Part 1) with Josh Buice

We sit down with Josh Buice, founder of the G3 Conference and pastor of Pray's Mills Baptist Church to talk about the Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel. As one of the leaders in creating this statement, we push back on the statement itself as we discuss what social justice is and where we ultimately disagree. Passage of the Day: "I therefore, a prisoner for the Lord, urge you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling to which you have been called, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another in love, eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. There is one body and one Spirit—just as you were called to the one hope that belongs to your call— one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all" (Ephesians 4:1-6, ESV). Links mentioned: Tom Ascol and the SJ&G with Doctrine and Devotion Dear Mike Brown by Preston Perry MLK50 The FAQs: What Christians Should Know About Social J...

47 MINFEB 4
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21: The Statement on Social Justice (Part 1) with Josh Buice

20: Looking Forward

Matt and Jake chop it up over what happened in 2018 and what changes are happening in 2019. Check out our gear store. Additional links: Looking Forward blogFull Focus Planner Theme music by: David ButlerProduced by: David ButlerPodcast design by: Jake CannonAdditional consulting by: Nick Francis

35 MINJAN 7
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20: Looking Forward

19: God's Very Good Idea with Trillia Newbell

Today we sit down with Trillia Newbell, author of God’s Very Good Idea, a children's book addressing the Gospel and diversity. We talk through what it was like creating curriculum for children and the importance of teaching our kids the Gospel. Books mentioned:United: Captured by God's Vision for Diversity You can read more from Trillia on her Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and blog Theme music by: David Butler Produced by: David Butler Podcast design by: Jake Cannon Additional consulting by: Nick Francis Sponsored by: Switch Coffee and JM Films Special Thanks to: Trillia Newbell Get 10% off your next Switch Coffee order with the promo code: "coffeeandcream"

-1 s2018 NOV 26
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19: God's Very Good Idea with Trillia Newbell