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Best VeggieTales podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best VeggieTales podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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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.
 
Do you like to talk to tomatoes? You probably don't, because that's not a common interest! But maybe, just maybe, you'd like to hear us talk ABOUT tomatoes. Not to mention cucumbers, asparagus, grapes, and also the lord and savior Jesus Christ!... that last one seems like an odd fit. Check out the world's first ever podcast about the Christian children's animated sensation, Veggietales, as we put far too much effort into figuring out the internal logic of this dumb cartoon for babies, as wel ...
 
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In this episode we discuss everyone's favourite Christian vegetables. Of course we’re talking Bob, Larry, Junior, that gourd with the gold tooth, and all the other healthy funny snacks. We talk about the creators Phil Vischer and Mike Nawrocki and how they went from a church puppet ministry to one of the most successful animation studios of the nin…
 
Everyone at some point in their career needs a shark. Well, everyone needs a mentor to be sure. Kevin Harrington actually is both an original shark on the hit TV show "Shark Tank." Kevin knows what it takes to mentor entrepreneurs and individuals on the journey to excellence and ultimate success. Learn from this legendary entrepreneur on this episo…
 
Some Christian communities are uncomfortable with challenging questions, doubts, and even curiosity. They prefer to keep life and faith in a neatly wrapped package. Jen Hatmaker came from such a community, but growing in her faith required more space to explore. Her spiritual curiosity came at a heavy price. This week the podcast crew talks with Ha…
 
Did Bill Gates create the pandemic? Are Democrats running a child-trafficking cartel? Is Trump a secret genius sending coded messages in his tweets? Conspiracy theories are spreading among evangelicals faster than Covid-19. The Holy Post crew discusses The Atlantic’s cover story about QAnon, why it’s so appealing to Christians, and why it’s a dange…
 
The podcast crew responds to listener feedback and questions posted on HolyPost.com like, is it ok for Christians to be concerned about the mark of the beast if we avoid nutty conspiracy theories? New research finds white evangelicals consider Donald Trump the most trustworthy source for COVID-19 news and generally distrust public health officials …
 
The culture in many Christian communities and organizations is toxic for leaders, their families, and their faith. This is especially true for female leaders. Jo Saxton is back to talk about her new book, “Ready to Rise,” and how churches neglect God’s gifts when they ignore women’s voices and abilities, and why women suppress their gifts to be see…
 
In this episode, we talk about the radio show turned Christian media empire and consistently hateful organization Focus on the Family. We discuss it’s founder James Dobson, the history or the organization, its magazines, and its children’s shows. We also talk about the ways they fight against same sex marriage, same sex couples adopting, teens bein…
 
It has been said that ideas go booming through the world like cannons, thoughts are mightier than armies and principles have achieved more victories than horsemen or chariots. Inspiring ideas, transformational thoughts and powerful principles are exactly what America and the world need in the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic. So today we tur…
 
More Americans have been killed by Covid-19 in two months than were killed in the Vietnam War in 20 years. Some Christians are responding to these uncertain times with familiar platitudes—none more popular than, “God is in control.” But is he? Mike Erre is back to talk about the tension in Scripture between God’s sovereignty and human free will. Al…
 
The crazy Christian uncles are out in force declaring that the pandemic is God’s judgment on America for our sin and secularism. Are they right? Skye and Christian talk about it in a new edition of “Christian Asks....” Some theologians are arguing the opposite by declaring “God is not in control” of the current crisis. What?! The podcast crew also …
 
Many individuals and organizations are hunkering down in the midst of the current coronavirus crisis and economic upheaval. The essential trait for leading a business, community or country through a crisis is vision. Author and business strategist Mark Johnson joins us to discuss his new book, "Lead from the Future" – on this episode of “Therefore,…
 
In this episode, we discuss the infamous hippie cult, Children of God, aka Teens for Christ, The Family of Love, The Family, or finally The Family International. We talk about its leader David Brandt Berg, aka King David, Mo, Moses David, Father David, Dad, or Grandpa. We talk about their view of “free love” and how it seemed more like mandatory se…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has challenged global leaders and individual citizens on many levels. Focus, resilience, endurance and leadership are traits critical to survive and thrive in the midst of uncertainty. Astronaut Scott Kelly shares his strategies for navigating the extreme challenges of long-term spaceflight, isolation from loved ones, the p…
 
William Wilberforce is celebrated as a model of Christian cultural engagement for ending the British slave trade, but most Christian biographies of Wilberforce ignore the fact that he was addicted to opium for most of his life. Timothy McMahan King, author of “Addiction Nation,” explains why. He shares his own story of overcoming opioid addiction w…
 
Phil, Skye, and Christian are celebrating their 400th episode like everyone else—quarantined in their homes. But they invited their Patreon supporters to join them for a live Q and A session via Zoom. The crew discusses their favorite podcast guests, interviews that managed to change their minds, and a bucket list of future guests. Youl’ll hear abo…
 
In this episode we discuss pandemics and epidemics, how the church responded to them, and how people responded to the church. We discuss people wondering why the church failed to predict the black death, or why God wasn’t protecting his priests, or the religious leaders who said it was a punishment from God. We discuss religious people failing to a…
 
The quarantined gang is back again, with better audio quality this time. (Sorry about last week!) Phil shares an experience with preschool-via-Zoom, then the group discusses two proposed theories for America’s vulnerability to the coronavirus… A) We’re compromised by the anti-science rhetoric of fundamentalist Christianity, or B) We’re all too self…
 
Phil, Skye, and Christian talk via Zoom as they “shelter at home” during the coronavirus pandemic (sorry for the audio quality), but there is some good news. Clothing sales are up—but only for tops. Churches experiment with ‘drive-in’ worship. Phil shares N.T. Wright’s honest thoughts about the pandemic and why the best Christian response is lament…
 
In this episode we talk about the mountain meadows massacre. An event that happened on September 11, 1857. As a wagon train was making their way from Missouri and Arkansas to California, they stopped in Mormom run Utah for supplies. Tensions grew as the mormon settlers believed the travelers to have sinister motives, eventually leading to a very vi…
 
Coping with change, dealing with difficulties and creating a culture of excellence are critical leadership skills. BYU head basketball coach Mark Pope applies these principles for his players, the team's fans and for the community. Today he shares important lessons that transcend sports and apply to the challenges of the coronavirus world. All on t…
 
Are machines going to take over the world? What happens to our jobs once everything is automated? And if computers can think, learn, and feel, do we need to redefine what it means to be human? Jason Thacker joins Skye for a conversation about his provocative new book, “The Age of A.I.” Also this week, Smurfs congregate in France in defiance of the …
 
The world is upside down because of the coronavirus pandemic, but fear not! Phil is here to save us from being locked in our homes with our children without entertaining and informative Bible content. Learn all about Mr. Phil TV and how to sign up. Also, if you didn’t make it to Costco for toilet paper, we’ve got you covered with natural alternativ…
 
In this episode we discuss talking to the dead. We talk about the history of mediums, the tricks of the trade, and some famous mediums. We talk cold reading, warm reading, hot reading and all the readings. We talk clairvoyance, clairaudience, clairsentience, and all the clairs. We discuss Sylvia Browne, John Edward, and the woman who inspired that …
 
No, we’re not talking about the global coronavirus pandemic. Phil is worried about a record-breaking locust swarm, an army of 100,000 Chinese ducks, and a new line of “self-care” Barbies complete with a meditation app—because America isn’t self-focused enough. Also this week, screen use and a decline in exposure to sunshine are elongating human eye…
 
Eugene Cho is a passionate pastor, author, and activist who has learned how to maintain his convictions without condemning those who do not share them. Sometimes that learning has come through failure, and other times it’s been discovered at a dinner table with those he disagrees with. Cho has compiled his lessons into a new book, “Thou Shalt Not B…
 
The American church talks a lot about the family. Some might say we’re focused on it, but is that right? The podcast crew discusses a provocative new article by conservative columnist, David Brooks, about our society’s focus on the small nuclear family (mom, dad, and kids), why they’re unsustainable, and why extended family groups have always been …
 
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