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  1. Jesus told us to “not judge,” but what does that really mean? In a special segment called “Christian Asks...” normally only available to Holy Post’s Patreon supporters, Skye and Christian discuss what it means to live with discernment but not judgment in a pluralistic culture. While talking about capital punishment, gay marriage, and immigration, they unpack why fundamentalism on both the right and left is so appealing, and why we must avoid both. Also this week—a new parody movie called “Faith-Based” has the crew asking what makes something “faith-based”? And does overlooking Trump’s immorality while condemning Bill Clinton’s make white evangelicals hypocritical Christians or faithful Republicans?
  2. When someone dies by suicide, do they go to hell? In this episode we explore that question through the stories of Andrew Stoecklein, Amy Bleuel, and Matthew Warren, three notable christians who’ve recently died by suicide. We also talk to Steve Austin, author of “Catching Your Breath” and “From a Pastor to a Psych Ward,” about his near death by suicide, as well as therapist and co-host of the CXMH podcast, Robert Vore, on how the church can help. Steve Austin - https://catchingyourbreath.com Robert Vore - https://www.robert-vore.com God’s God This - https://www.godsgotthis.com Connect with NYPP Facebook, Instagram, Twitter @notyourpastors Support us to get access to full length interviews for just 1 dollar a month patreon.com/notyourpastors For a full list of resources used in the making of this episode, please visit: https://www.notyourpastors.com/post/you-have-no-idea-exploring-christian-suicide-w-steve-austin-and-robert-vore --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/notyourpastors/message
  3. Recorded in front of a live audience in California, Justin hosts a discussion between Christian thinker Prof John Lennox and YouTube personality Dave Rubin in the 4th episode of The Big Conversation Season 2. They discuss the meaning crisis in culture, Jordan Peterson, the search for God, and why Dave Rubin says he no longer considers himself an atheist. The audience follow up with questions on Jesus, evidence, suicide and abortion.  For The Big Conversation Season 2: www.thebigconversation.show  For more faith debates and extra resources visit http://www.premierchristianradio.com/Shows/Saturday/Unbelievable Join the conversation: Facebook and Twitter Get the MP3 Podcast of Unbelievable? Via RSS or Via Itunes
  4. In these 12 verses, Jesus speaks to some of the most sensitive areas of the human experience. Marriage. Divorce. Remarriage. Sex. Adultery. Gender. Singleness. These topics are so important for so many of us. So much so that Park Hill church is going to slow down and take in these 12 verses in two parts. In this weeks teaching (Part 2), Evan Wickham walks through Jesus' (and Paul's) teachings on singleness. Per usual, Jesus cuts through the hot button debates of his day and points the way to the Creator's beautiful vision for true human flourishing.
  5. Part 3 of the series " Unhurrying with a Rule of Life", as part of Practicing the Way. The odds are high that even if we come up with a healthy, wise, thoughtful rule of life, our digital devices will likely sabotage our best intentions. In this teaching we make the case for a digital asceticism, or a digital rule of life, as well as explore the key role attention plays in our spiritual formation.
  6. Journalist Tom Junod talks about his real-life friendship with Fred Rogers, which began when Tom was assigned to write a profile on Mister Rogers for Esquire magazine in 1998. Tom shares how Mister Rogers’ friendship shaped his own life and why his legacy is needed today more than ever.
  7. Chad Kincer concludes our “Rooted: Finding Life’s Meaning” series by teaching on the meaning of rest from Exodus 20:8-11. The post Rooted in Rest appeared first on Frontline Church.
  8. Humanity has a collective problem: we don't know what to do with our feelings of guilt. We are full of shame, but we blame-shift. How do we change? In today's passage, Jesus is bound and brought before Pilate, the violent Roman governor. As the story unfolds, we get the sense that everyone is guilty and blame-shifting... everyone except One. Jesus is the only one in the story who is completely innocent, and yet he is the only one who is not trying to defend himself. Matthew is showing us a life-changing reality: the answer for our collective guilt and shame is somehow wrapped up in the Innocent Man, Jesus Christ.
  9. Josh Kouri continues our “Rooted: Finding Life’s Meaning” series by teaching on the meaning of work from Genesis 1:26-31. The post Rooted in Work appeared first on Frontline Church.

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