Ask a Millennial Christian
By Owen Paun | Christus Victor Network
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Ask a Millennial Christian is a call-in show where we answer questions on theology, culture, and news from the perspective of the most sought-after marketing segment of the day. Join us and participate in the conversation on Twitter @AAMCPodcast or AskaMillennialChristian.com
||CleanAre You Reformed?||The “Young, Restless, and Reformed” movement stormed vigorously onto the scene in the Millennial generation. Over a decade in, there now seems to be a struggle developing over the right to use the label. Tyler Vela, host of The Freed Thinker,||8/12/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanRules of Rhetoric or How to Win an Argument Without Even Trying||Every day we evaluate claims to decide which we believe and which we do not. It’s fundamentally the same process when we are engaged in dialogue online. We Christians, as followers of the truth, should be better at reasoned dialogue than anyone: In thi.||8/1/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMillennials and The Workplace (Part 2): Education and Expectations||Jeremy Lundmark, host of After the Sermon, and I discuss the generational dynamics of Millennials in the workplace. In part two of this conversation we cover: Multiple Correct Ways Dissecting the Boomers and Their Legacy Get a Degree,||6/16/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMillennials and The Workplace (Part 1): Advancement and Technology||Jeremy Lundmark, host of After the Sermon, and I discuss the generational dynamics of Millennials in the workplace. In part one of this conversation we cover: Podcasting, Theology Mix, and The Anons Millennial = Hipster?||6/13/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMillennials, Worship, and Liturgy (Part 2)||Mike Jorgensen cohosts The Reformed Library. After years of youth ministry in Presbyterian churches, Mike is now a worship leader in an Anglican church. I was eager to hear his take on Millennials and worship: We Are Now Marketing Authenticity Buzzword...||6/9/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMillennials, Worship, and Liturgy (Part 1)||Mike Jorgensen cohosts The Reformed Library. After years of youth ministry in Presbyterian churches, Mike is now a worship leader in an Anglican church. I was eager to hear his take on Millennials and worship: Journey From PCUSA to Anglicanism Would Yo...||6/6/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDoes Doctrine Divide?||Today we are joined by Cody Almanzar, host of The Ordinary Pastor Podcast and pastor of Grace Family Church in Cañon City, Colorado. We discuss whether doctrine divides: Lowest Common Denominator Christianity So You Obviously Have Beliefs We Are Denyin..||5/31/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Calvinism Debate – Unconditional Election||The Christus Victor Network, parent of Ask a Millennial Christian, is hosting a series of debates on the 5 points of Calvinism. Today’s episode is part two of that debate, “Unconditional Election.” Leighton Flowers (Soteriology 101) and Braxton H||5/18/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Purpose of Preaching. #Homiletics||Immanuel Marsh joins us to discuss the role of preaching. This might seem like an easy question to answer, but once you get below the surface, it’s a very controversial issue. We examine many of the unquestioned assumptions that underpin our methodolog||5/11/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBad Homiletics: “What Color Is Your World?” (John 1:6-9)||“The true light that gives light to everyone was coming into the world.” – John 1:9 This is the first installment of what may become a series, Bad Homiletics. I evaluate a sermon I recently heard preached on John 1:6-9.||4/25/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMultiethnic Church Planting in Southern California with Bogdan Kipko||What does it mean to pastor a church plant in a multiethnic, Millennial context? Cultural differences between Seattle and Orange County The Slavic church in America With Bogdan Kipko, host of the Fuel for Life podcast and pastor of Forward Church.||3/27/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Calvinism Debate – Total Depravity||Today’s episode is a little different. The Christus Victor Network, parent of Ask a Millennial Christian, is hosting a series of debates on the 5 points of Calvinism. I recently moderated the first debate, on the “T” in TULIP – Total Depravity.||3/24/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Nephilim and Andy Stanley on Small Churches||How does #hermeneutics affect how we interpret Genesis 6? Are we importing a polytheistic worldview with demigods? Andy Stanley calls outs selfish adults who take their kids to a small church. With Tyler Vela,||3/11/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHermeneutics: The Art and Science of Interpretation||What’s up with all the Christian denominations? Why do People Interpret the Same Bible Differently? #hermeneutics Was Hamlet Really About the Plight of Urban Hipsters? With Tyler Vela, host of The Freed Thinker Join us and participate in the conversati.||3/7/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIntroduction to Ask a Millennial Christian||Ask a Millennial Christian is a call-in show where we answer questions on theology, culture, and news from the perspective of the most sought-after marketing segment of the day. Join us and participate in the conversation!||3/6/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
This is worth a listen.
This show is off to a great start! The goal is to provide Q&A, where listeners are able to get meaningful, well thought-out responses to burning questions from a millennial Christian who is serious about the Christian faith. The format isn’t fully realized yet, but the Q&A will come as the show matures, gains traction, and listeners participate.
One thing is for sure: the meaningful and well thought-out content is already here for the listening. The first two episodes had main topics on Hermeneutics and the Nephilim, and they were both insightful. The second episode also had a current-events dialog examining some (incredibly misguided) sermon comments by Andy Stanley, and it was dead-on.
Owen and guest-host Tyler have done a great job with this young show. The production values are high: audio levels are great, music fits the tone, and the intros flow. However, the most important thing is that the concept is compelling. Well done, guys!
I've really enjoyed the first couple of episoded and am looking forward to more. Well thought out discussion on important topics.
Have listened to my first of Tyler's work just today. First podcast I've ever finished so 5 stars as I loved it