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This podcast is more than I could’ve asked for, Filling a void in my life that I didn’t know existed- it has been years since I have spent time thinking about theology and scripture. I struggled to find voices that appealed to me. Megan’s strong knowledge plus a modern progressive perspective make her ideal company on long walks.
Such deep insights shared so clearly and empathetically! The format makes it seem so straight forward and simple, but it’s also obvious that a lot of thought and research goes in to every short episode. So good!
I am really enjoying this Season 3 look at Matthew!
The best theology podcast that exists that isn’t an hour long. Accessible, intelligent and well produced.
This podcast is just what I needed! Being raised in the white, evangelical independent Baptist world my eyes were closed to much of what the true gospel is. I’ve been working to learn true theology for a few years but finding the information in a way that I can dig in deep without being overwhelmed is way harder than I expected. Megan hit the nail on the head here, short, concise yet still filling, real, raw and vulnerable. I’m so excited to continue to consume this pod!
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The Podluck launched 3 years ago and published 68 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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