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Best Nagasawa podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Nagasawa podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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If your view of the atonement and the gospel is being deconstructed, this episode is for you. We continue our series on how to walk through deconstruction without losing your faith, interviewing Mako Nagasawa (again!) to help us reconstruct atonement and the gospel on firmer ground. Mako is the founder and executive director of The Anástasis Center…
 
Tai French joins Ben and Matt in this episode to share about a journey of deconstruction in leaving a church and making a home. What we think we are searching for often doesn’t show up in the way we think it will. God knows our desires, he sees and hear us and makes a way for us, often unexpected, yet just what we need. Links of Interest: Follow Ta…
 
With the dominance of humankind has come a new age, an age of global warming, ecological collapse, and sixth mass extinction. In 2018, it was reported that of all the Earth’s mammals, 96% are humans and livestock. Our overpopulation, overconsumption, and exploitation have caused a climate catastrophe, but we are not our only victims. Each year, ove…
 
The only way to grow is to fail, so let’s talk about fasting! In this episode Ben and Matt share some concepts around fasting for Lent, which starts on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 26th this year. Could it be that we need to put ourselves in the way of weakness and need so we can meet God, fail, then return strengthened? Links from today’s episode: Our arti…
 
In this episode, Matt and Ben respond t0 and reflect on a question submitted by a listener about how to help children understand the “allegiance gospel” we’ve talked about on the podcast before. We used to have the “Romans Road,” but are their tools for explaining a bigger gospel to kids? A few links from this episode Parenting in Grace and Truth W…
 
Football is the most popular sport on the planet. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone who’s experienced the excitement of matchday. It’s hard to remain indifferent when thousands of tightly packed fans, each patriotically sporting the colours of their team, sing, cheer and heckle in unison. The thrill of a crunching challenge, a derby victo…
 
Football is the most popular sport on the planet. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone who’s experienced the excitement of matchday. It’s hard to remain indifferent when thousands of tightly packed fans, each patriotically sporting the colours of their team, sing, cheer and heckle in unison. The thrill of a crunching challenge, a derby victo…
 
We’ve gotten all kinds of feedback from our new series on walking through deconstruction without losing your faith. Most of it has been very positive, but a little bit of push-back, too. In this (bonus) episode, we take some time to reflect on why these kinds of conversations are so difficult to have. Become a patron Gravity Leadership is a communi…
 
We continue our series on how to walk through deconstruction without losing your faith by talking with our friends Dave and Beth Booram about the relationship between deconstruction and spiritual direction. The Boorams operate Fall Creek Abbey, a retreat house and spiritual direction training ministry in Indianapolis. Their website is full of resou…
 
Let me tell you about the day Socrates drank the poison. You must be aware of his trial and apology? The Athenians have not stopped talking about it since Meletus and the others condemned him. Do not worry, he did not die in fear and nor is he truly gone. He argued his case much like he always had. He died the philosopher’s death, having practiced …
 
We continue our series on How to Walk Through Deconstruction Without Losing Your Faith, talking with Brian Zahnd about deconstructing four big topics in the church nowadays: the Bible, Hell, Politics and Sexuality. Brian is the founder and lead pastor of Word of Life Church, a non-denominational Christian congregation in Saint Joseph, Missouri. Bri…
 
Let me tell you about the day Socrates drank the poison. You must be aware of his trial and apology? The Athenians have not stopped talking about it since Meletus and the others condemned him. Do not worry, he did not die in fear and nor is he truly gone. He argued his case much like he always had. He died the philosopher’s death, having practiced …
 
We continue our series on How to Walk Through Deconstruction Without Losing Your Faith, talking with Brandon O’Brien about deconstructing how we read Scripture. Brandon is the Director of Content Development and Distribution for Redeemer City to City, an organization that supports church planting in global cities. A few links from today’s episode: …
 
Let me tell you about the day Socrates drank the poison. You must be aware of his trial and apology? The Athenians have not stopped talking about it since Meletus and the others condemned him. Do not worry, he did not die in fear and nor is he truly gone. He argued his case much like he always had. He died the philosopher’s death, having practiced …
 
We continue our series on how to walk through deconstruction without losing your faith. Today we talk with pastors Geoff and Cyd Holsclaw about how to navigate the painful and disorienting experience of deconstruction. A few links from today’s episode: Enneagram Transformation Workshop | Carmel, IN | Jan 24-25 Parenting in Grace and Truth Workshop …
 
Let me tell you about the day Socrates drank the poison. You must be aware of his trial and apology? The Athenians have not stopped talking about it since Meletus and the others condemned him. Do not worry, he did not die in fear and nor is he truly gone. He argued his case much like he always had. He died the philosopher’s death, having practiced …
 
We are starting a new series on how to walk through deconstruction without losing your faith. Many people are asking questions about long-held assumptions in the faith they inherited, and it’s easy to assume that this means we are “losing” our faith. But there’s another way to walk through deconstruction: one that tenaciously holds onto Jesus as th…
 
Have you ever considered the invisible power of the law? How a contract is signed without ever putting pen to paper? Do not underestimate the importance of that which cannot be seen or grasped, since you unknowingly benefit from its presence and would suffer greatly in its absence. Therefore, if the law has kept you safe for all your best years, sh…
 
For our final episodes of the year, we are reflecting on and re-publishing 3 of our favorite interviews from our archive of 90+ episodes (!!). Today’s “redux” is Episode 59 (April 2019), an interview with Mako Nagasawa on the history of racism and how it’s all about power (not just bias or prejudice). Mako founded The Anástasis Center (formerly The…
 
Have you ever considered the invisible power of the law? How a contract is signed without ever putting pen to paper? Do not underestimate the importance of that which cannot be seen or grasped, since you unknowingly benefit from its presence and would suffer greatly in its absence. Therefore, if the law has kept you safe for all your best years, sh…
 
For our final episodes of the year, we are reflecting on and re-publishing 3 of our favorite interviews from our archive of 90+ episodes (!!). Today’s “redux” is Episode 19 (July 2018), an interview with Mandy Smith on vulnerability in leadership. Mandy wrote a book called The Vulnerable Pastor: How Human Limitations Empower Our Ministry, and a big…
 
Gentleman of our most prestigious Court of Athens, may I praise your patience and diligence in the presentation of the prosecution. I, Meletus stand before you unequivocally convinced that the criminal is guilty as charged. The hideous, snub-nosed Socrates is charged with corrupting the young men of Athens with his rhetoric and poisonous oratory sk…
 
For our final episodes of the year, we are reflecting on and re-publishing 3 of our favorite interviews from our archive of 90+ episodes (!!). Today’s “redux” is Episode 35 back in October of 2018, an interview with Brad Jersak where we explore whether we can trust that God is love 100% of the time. And what do we do with all the wrath-y stuff? We …
 
Gentleman of our most prestigious Court of Athens, may I praise your patience and diligence in the presentation of the prosecution. I, Meletus stand before you unequivocally convinced that the criminal is guilty as charged. The hideous, snub-nosed Socrates is charged with corrupting the young men of Athens with his rhetoric and poisonous oratory sk…
 
We answer a listener question who, after hearing us talk about “grace and truth,” wonders if there is room for “tough love” or advocating for victims of abuse or injustice in it. We talk practically and theologically about how the love of Jesus gets worked out in real-life situations, and why our imaginations for love are so anemic. A few links fro…
 
Did you hear the news of Socrates? He’s finally to answer for his sophistry! At last, the great lampooning, moral gadfly is to stand before the Court of Athens and answer for his crimes. To think, one could have the audacity to trade in talentless talk and lies, to lead our youth astray, and deny our gods, only to play the fool once more, and plead…
 
We are in the midst of a mini-series on the Enneagram and how it can be helpful for spiritual formation and discipleship. Today we talk today with professor and counselor Chuck DeGroat on the ways that narcissism shows up for each Enneagram type. We typically think of narcissism manifesting itself as big, loud, overtly arrogant, etc. But narcissism…
 
Did you hear the news of Socrates? He’s finally to answer for his sophistry! At last, the great lampooning, moral gadfly is to stand before the Court of Athens and answer for his crimes. To think, one could have the audacity to trade in talentless talk and lies, to lead our youth astray, and deny our gods, only to play the fool once more, and plead…
 
We are in the midst of a mini-series on the Enneagram and how it can be helpful for spiritual formation and discipleship. We talk today with pastor and author AJ Sherrill, who has written on the Enneagram and also teaches workshops on the Enneagram and its intersection with spiritual practices. AJ is a pastor at Mars Hill Bible Church in Grand Rapi…
 
Galileo Galilei is widely considered to be the father of modern science and one of the greatest philosophers to have lived. Galileo played a pivotal role in the developments of the scientific revolution, overturning key tenants of Aristotelian physics and most significantly, advocating mathematics as the language of science. For Galileo, the physic…
 
The Enneagram has become quite popular recently in Christian circles. Some people think it’s the best thing ever, and others have expressed concerns about its origins and the supposed dangers of using it. In this episode, we talk about how the Enneagram has been helpful for us in our own spiritual formation. We’ve found the Enneagram so helpful for…
 
Galileo Galilei is widely considered to be the father of modern science and one of the greatest philosophers to have lived. Galileo played a pivotal role in the developments of the scientific revolution, overturning key tenants of Aristotelian physics and most significantly, advocating mathematics as the language of science. For Galileo, the physic…
 
Oliver Thorn is an actor and educator, best known as the creator and host of the popular YouTube channel Philosophy Tube. Boasting around half a million subscribers, Olly’s channel is notorious for its well-researched content and colourful presentation. With over six years of videos under his belt, it is fair to say that Olly is going over and abov…
 
For Christian leaders, the gospel is kind of a big deal. But most of us have inherited a terrible truncated version of the gospel. Matthew Bates helps us understand and articulate what the gospel actually is, and why it matters so much for us to really learn to proclaim it biblically. Hint: the gospel isn’t so much about “justification by faith,” b…
 
Oliver Thorn is an actor and educator, best known as the creator and host of the popular YouTube channel Philosophy Tube. Boasting around half a million subscribers, Olly’s channel is notorious for its well-researched content and colourful presentation. With over six years of videos under his belt, it is fair to say that Olly is going over and abov…
 
One of our foundational axioms is that God is Always Present and At Work. If you believe this and act as if it’s true, you have a sacramental worldview, whether you’d call it that or not. Pastor and author Glenn Packiam joins us on the podcast today to talk about why this kind of sacramental worldview is essential if we’re going to join Jesus in hi…
 
Report: March 2nd After the successes we have had with Algernon, and with much deliberation, I have officially chosen our first research subject. Charlie Gordon, 32, was recommended to us by Alice Kinian from the Beekman School for Retarded Adults and she has assured us of his desire to increase his intellect. I have scheduled for Charlie to come t…
 
Is nonviolence an integral part of following Jesus? Or can Christians keep violence in their “back pocket” as a last resort? Ron Sider has a very compelling argument about why Christians need to leave violence behind and learn to practice active nonviolence. (And he has some great answers to all the normal objections to nonviolence.) Dr. Ron Sider …
 
Report: March 2nd After the successes we have had with Algernon, and with much deliberation, I have officially chosen our first research subject. Charlie Gordon, 32, was recommended to us by Alice Kinian from the Beekman School for Retarded Adults and she has assured us of his desire to increase his intellect. I have scheduled for Charlie to come t…
 
As a woman of color, Kathy Khang learned to find her voice and speak up, even in the midst of difficult circumstances and toxic leadership. Kathy Khang is a writer, speaker, and yoga teacher. She spent more than 20 years in parachurch ministry working with college students and training organizational and church leaders. Before that she was a journa…
 
Report: March 2nd After the successes we have had with Algernon, and with much deliberation, I have officially chosen our first research subject. Charlie Gordon, 32, was recommended to us by Alice Kinian from the Beekman School for Retarded Adults and she has assured us of his desire to increase his intellect. I have scheduled for Charlie to come t…
 
Discipleship should be simple: we follow Jesus into new life. Often, though, we manage to over-complicate it. We chat with Derek Vreeland about keeping discipleship simple, practical, and transformative. Derek Vreeland is the Discipleship Pastor at Word of Life Church in St. Joseph, Missouri, where he is known for his thoughtful, humorous, and auth…
 
Report: March 2nd After the successes we have had with Algernon, and with much deliberation, I have officially chosen our first research subject. Charlie Gordon, 32, was recommended to us by Alice Kinian from the Beekman School for Retarded Adults and she has assured us of his desire to increase his intellect. I have scheduled for Charlie to come t…
 
In this BONUS episode, we interview Sylvia Keesmaat and Brian Walsh, who have written an “uncommentary” on the book of Romans, and live in community on a sustainable farm in Canada. A fun conversation about how our social locations affect how we read Scripture. Links from this episode: Pick up their book: Romans Disarmed: Resisting Empire, Demandin…
 
We often want our ministries to move fast and grow quickly, but José Humphreys would rather see a leaders learn how to show up, be present, and stay put. In this episode we talk with José about a theology or stability, fidelity, and mutual submission, and the challenges of leading a multicultural church in East Harlem for the long haul. José Humphr…
 
Report: March 2nd After the successes we have had with Algernon, and with much deliberation, I have officially chosen our first research subject. Charlie Gordon, 32, was recommended to us by Alice Kinian from the Beekman School for Retarded Adults and she has assured us of his desire to increase his intellect. I have scheduled for Charlie to come t…
 
Anxiety is something that happens to every leader (even the ones who seem the most confident). It’s not a question of how to get rid of leadership anxiety, but how to recognize and manage our leadership anxiety. In this episode, we talk with pastor and author Steve Cuss about how to manage leadership anxiety; the anxiety we experience as leaders, a…
 
No book can teach you how to tame the raging river of fortune, for it has many plans contrary to ambitious minds. Yet to submit powerlessly to fate with lamentation, as if God has not instilled you with freedom of the will, is a sign of disrespect and the ultimate folly of our kind. For the river splits into many paths and those that appear to drag…
 
When we think of “spiritual formation” we don’t often think of words like curiosity and memory, but we should! In this episode we talk with Casey Tygrett about how curiosity and memory are vital for spiritual formation in Christ. Casey has served both in rural churches of 25 and suburban megachurches of 10,000. He and his wife Holley and their daug…
 
No book can teach you how to tame the raging river of fortune, for it has many plans contrary to ambitious minds. Yet to submit powerlessly to fate with lamentation, as if God has not instilled you with freedom of the will, is a sign of disrespect and the ultimate folly of our kind. For the river splits into many paths and those that appear to drag…
 
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