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Does the Bible address modern moral questions? In this episode of The Bible for Normal People, Pete and Jared dive into a discussion on the uniquely modern tension between an ancient text and modern ethics. more
In this episode of The Bible for Normal People, Dale Allison joins Pete and Jared to discuss historical criticism and the resurrection. more
In this episode of The Bible for Normal People, Amy Kenny joins Pete and Jared to discuss what we have been taught about disability and invites us to reconsider how we think about disability being portrayed in Scripture. more
fantastic episode. thanks.
I miss the serious talk about the sacred book tag line, so I always say it out loud as I’m driving along listening to the podcast! I always thought it was so refreshingly irreverent, I wonder what feedback made you get rid of it. more
This podcast has been exactly what I needed to hear, in a time where I’ve been faced with a million questions about Church, scripture, and Christian life in general. They ask good questions, and approach scripture with a lively curiosity that is so refreshing. Gotta admit the whole “only God ordained podcast on the internet” thing kinda bothers me, but I can get past it because I understand that it’s jest, and it definitely fits with Jarod and Pete’s senses of humour. Thanks for challenging me, ... more
I absolutely love this podcast! I don’t identify as Christian and more on the agnostic side and feel that this deepens my spiritual connect with the world and all people in it more and more. I really appreciate how I come away from all episodes having learned something and many other then leaving me in deep reflection. Keep up the great work Pete and Jared!
Jeff talked about grieving over the loss of an industry. Bruce Springstien immediately came to mine "This is Your Hometown." Much of popular culture deals with mourning, but the church doesn't
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The Bible For Normal People launched 5 years ago and published 212 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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