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Voxology (Formerly the Vox Podcast with Mike Erre) is a collection of voices that question and discuss our culture's most relevant topics in relation to Christ and Christianity. We talk LGBTQ, American and church politics, Christian culture's catastrophic marginalization of the very people Jesus implores us to love and so much more. If you have serious questions about the church’s representation of Jesus, what he has done and the beauty of his work on earth today, join hosts Mike Erre and Tim Stafford and their guests to talk things out and find your way back to the true mission of Jesus.


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Latest Episodes

Revelation Part Seven: Sevenly Heavenly. Back to the end of the world! JK. After a few episodes of ground work, today Mike finally takes us into the first chapter of Revelation! How was this originally interpreted? What working knowledge did the audi... more

5 days ago

Raising Girls to Resist Toxic Teachings on Sex, Self, and Speaking Up. This episode, Mike and Tim are joined by authors Sheila Gregoire, Rebecca Lindenbach & Pastor Suzie Lind to discuss Sheila and Rebecca's (as well as co-author Joanna Sawatsky) new... more

12 days ago

Flood & Fury. This episode, Mike and Tim sit down with author Dr. Matthew Lynch, to discuss his banger of a new book, "Flood and Fury: Engaging Old Testament Violence." Dr. Lynch is an Associate Professor of Old Testament at Regent College. He sits d... more

19 days ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 1k ratings
  • Helps me know I’m not alone

    Thoughtful, gracious, irreverent, funny and engaging. I look forward to listening every week.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago
  • Honest and Hopeful

    I found this podcast through listening to The Holy Post. I am so thankful to hear these voices in today’s noise and culture wars. I just listened to the podcast about Guns and God and my heart is grieved and weeping but I applaud Mike and Tim for bringing scripture, lament, and righteous anger to this discussion in such a thoughtful and helpful way. I loved the song and prayer at the end by both of them.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Went off the deep end

    I really liked Mike when he was at EV free. These days he seems like he’s really taken in by the news and has begun to sound like a CNN teleprompter script. I can’t stomach it. Bummer.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • Thanks for all you do

    I’m a recent listener. I am so glad I found you 2. If there is a more honest, loving, thoughtful discussion of theology and religion, I’ve not heard it. I also listen to The Holy Post and they are there, right with you. If there is a hopeful future for Christianity, which I trust there is, you all are helping all of us “out here” live into it. Thank you so much and please keep on keeping on. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago
  • Uncomfy

    Dispensationalism?!?!?! I hate when someone shows me the water I’m swimming in. 🤦🏼‍♀️

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago

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