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The Threshing Floor

By Seedbed

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Description

The Threshing Floor is a conversational podcast focusing on young thought leaders of the Wesleyan movement. The three hosts are practicing pastors in different denominations, but share a theological assumption based on the ministry of John Wesley and the greater Wesleyan movement. The Threshing Floor is part of the Seedbed.com publishing family.

Customer Reviews

Good stuff.

I downloaded this podcast in search of an alternative to the YRR (theological geek speak, sorry) universe of podcasts. The first episode was heavy hitting, but scratched an itch that’s often missing in terms of dealing with that theological system and celebrity universe. The second episode was more positive, but spoke to a topic that is not discussed enough or perhaps even called to memory enough.

I’ve removed some podcasts before because the attempt at humor was lacking or the entire episode of the “Christian” podcast was one big chat not about theology or…you know…that Jesus figure that the whole thing pretty much centers around. These aren’t problems for this podcast. While entertaining, the guys always seem to dive deep and make me think!

I really enjoyed this :)

I love the mix of random topics and practical Christian living.

Also- gas tank for a love machine, enough said.

Fantastic

These guys are fun to listen to and theologically deep thinkers. Great combination!