Culture and Kingdom
By Chris Martin, David Mikucki
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Culture and Kingdom is a podcast that discusses culture and cultural events and how they relate to Jesus Christ’s kingdom and lordship. Chris Martin & David Mikucki ask and try to answer the question of how Christians individually and the church as a whole should respond to trending topics in our society.
||CleanEpisode 016: We’re Back! Flooding, School, and Pope Palooza||Description: We’re back! After a Summer off, we’re kicking off season two by discussing our summers, some suggestions for working and going to school full time, and a somewhat extended discussion about the Pope and his recent visit to America.||9/30/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 015: The Celebrity Pastor Phenomenon w/ Special Guest Barnabas Piper||Description: In this episode, we talk about the “celebrity pastor” phenomenon. The idea of “celebrity pastors” has always existed, even as you think about the fame of people in Bible times, but with the world of social media and “platform”||6/24/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 014: Chris and David Don’t Get Left Behind||Description: In this episode, we discuss the end times and how our view of them changes how we live. A lot of the discussion centers around David’s post on the Great Commission, as well as several Scripture passages.||6/7/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 013: Evangelicals, Pews, and Statistics||Description: In this episode, Chris and David talk about the recently-released Pew Research data on America’s changing religious landscape. Here are some helpful articles: America’s Changing Religious Landscape (Pew Research Center)||5/16/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 012: Politics and Many Tiny Bloodsucking Creatures||Description: In this episode Chris and David take a listener request and discuss politics, homosexuality, and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The conversation in some ways centers around two articles: Selling Hangers to People Fresh out of th||4/11/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 011: Leaving Church for Starbucks, Plaid, and Beards on Stage||Description: In this episode, Chris and David discuss two articles that Chris wrote on good reasons and bad reasons for leaving a church. Al Mohler’s concept of theological triage was discussed because it can be a helpful resource for people w||3/26/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 010: Education and Knowledge Part II||Description: In this episode, Chris and David continue their discussion on knowledge and education. David lays out his case for why Christian children ought to have a Christian education and why Christians ought to trust Scripture as their standard fo||3/11/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 009: Education, Knowledge, and the Spiral of Stupidity||Description: In this episode, Chris and David start off by giving 6 tips on writing for bloggers. The main topic is education, which proved to be quite polarizing. After some discussion about homeschooling and sheltering kids,||2/25/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 008: Definitely Not a Valentine’s Day Special||Description: In this episode, Chris and David talk about dating, courtship, and singleness. If you’re a single person who’s sick of hearing about Valentine’s Day, you still might want to listen because you may find this episode encouraging.||2/12/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 007: Sportsing||Description: In this episode, Chris and David talk about the upcoming Super Bowl, money spent on sports, and sportsing in general. In the after show, they discuss the biblical/theological potential for the existence of aliens. Sports -||1/28/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
Relevant and Real
This is a great podcast. The two hosts are perfectly paired to bring out a balanced view on each conversation.
Not quite as exuberant as Chris
But I am expecting good things from this podcast.
This is the greatest podcast I've ever listened to regarding the way in which the people of God interact with the world around them.
-Chris Martin, the humblest man on earth