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We’re bringing a little bah and a little humbug to the Christmas pageant in this episode of The Bible for Normal People as Pete and Jared do their very best to ruin Christmas! Find out what Christmas means to them, whether Jesus really is the reason ... more
In this episode of The Bible for Normal People, Joel Marcus breaks down the history and intricacies of how, when, and why the Christian religion broke away from Judaism, and how that turn toward independence shaped the New Testament. Show Notes → Lea... more
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I’ve learned so much about the Bible from this podcast! Pete and Jared are thoughtful, honest and deeply knowledgeable. I’m a fairly new Christian and this podcast has really helped me in my faith journey. Highly recommended.
I stumbled across you guys on IG. I grew up in a Christian home, my mom is a pastor, and my dad is a biblical scholar. Over the years, I realized I needed to take space from the church bc I couldn’t stomach some of the teachings (sermons!) that invalidated me as a single person and as someone in the lgbtq+ community—and I also found purity culture to be extremely harmful—it all filled me with feelings of inferiority and anxiety for not fitting the married, straight, only having sex in marriage m... more
Pete and Jared help breakdown so much of what we *think* we know about the Bible - and make you laugh most of the time. But they don’t leave you hanging, there is some guidance, wisdom and companionship as we reimagine the Bible and its role in our lives.
I’m a big fan of this show!!
Grew up in a “moderate” SBC church in Texas. After college, churchgoing slowly dwindled to Christmas and Easter, and faith became less real and much harder. I would say this was due to many factors including a crisis of faith similar to what Pete describes in his Sin of Certainty book (an excellent read). I found this podcast when my kids said they wanted to attend church and I needed a way to reengage in a healthy way for them and me. For the past year, I have listened to the BFNP on my work co... more
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