Join VeggieTales and What's in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer and co-host Skye Jethani (author, speaker, pastor) for a fast-paced and often funny conversation about pop culture, media, theology, and the fun, fun, fun of living a thoughtful Christian life in an increasingly post-Christian culture.
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David French has just returned from Ukraine where he saw the devastating impact of the Russian invasion. He talks to Skye about the resilience of the Ukrainian people, the need for more American support, and how a Trump victory in 2024 is part of Put... more
Influential pastor, author, and apologist, Tim Keller, passed away last week. We reflect on Keller’s ministry and wonder who is filling the shoes of the Christian giants we’ve lost. A new book about poverty says that the U.S. spends more on welfare t... more
Ethicist, David Gushee, says we are seeing the emergence of a new kind of loveless Christianity. But those who practice it say their anger, culture warring, and pursuit of power are actually how they’re loving their neighbors. Then, Skye talks to act... more
I really like this show overall but become quite disappointed by how Phil is unable to reply in any fashion to the depth of comments from Kaitlyn. I have heard this repeatedly but this time was too much more
"You are coming at me as if I am a bad person or have bad intentions and you know that am not a bad person with bad intentions, so maybe there might be another reason I disagree with you..... Maybe we could find another way to discuss this" more
I tune in to this show for thoughtful, intelligent dialogue concerning current events as well as broader themes. The hosts provide sound opinions without being preachy or boring, and they do not hesitate to call out hypocrisy in the church for the sake of defending the actual Gospel.I appreciate this show very much.
Admittedly I listen to the podcast to get a leftward Christian slant on the news of the week. I am generally grateful for the opinions of the hosts but I am often frustrated at the straw men the hosts build to dismiss views they don’t agree with. The mission statement of the show is towards living a thoughtful life, if that is truly the case, please present positions that are commonly held by your brothers and sisters in an accurate light rather than accusing all traditional Christians as bein... more
This is my favorite podcast and my lifeline during times where I am discouraged by people who call themselves Christians yet act badly. Skye, Phil, Christian and Caitlyn all have amazing insights into the intersection of being a follower of Jesus in the current culture we live. If you want to be entertained, challenged, and encouraged the this is the podcast for you.
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