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In today’s episode, Justin and Stephen introduce the guiding themes for this season: truth, beauty, wisdom, and goodness. Then, in today’s second installment of this three part series, Justin discusses the Roman Imperial context in the 1st Cent
Justin and Stephen talk about the upcoming Season of Profs in Rooms. Stephen asks whether he still qualifies to be on the podcast, and Justin considers the question of the most consistent element of the podcast.We have show notes for you at pro
In this brief episode, Justin and Stephen talk through highlights, lowlights, and insights for the last couple of weeks as they wrap up Season 2. Watch for the longer meta-conversation Justina and Stephen had thinking through Season 2 on the Pr
In this episode, Rachel Pieh Jones joins Justin and Stephen again to discuss her new book Pillars: How Muslim Friends led me Closer to Jesus. She shares more about what her Muslim friends have taught her, especially about prayer and giving.Rach
In this episode, Rachel Pieh Jones joins Justin and Stephen to discuss her new book Pillars: How Muslim Friends led me Closer to Jesus. Rachel shares her inspiration for the book, and talks about how discovering the core of her own faith allowe
In this episode, Dr. Holly Beers helps Justin and Stephen develop better understanding about women’s experiences in biblical studies, higher education, and ministry. Holly talks about the process of discerning call, and what professors could kn
In Part 1 of today’s conversation, Justin and Stephen talk with Dr. Holly Beers about her fascinating book A Week in the Life of a Greco-Roman Woman, and how developing a better understanding of the first century context can lead to more accura
Justin and Stephen continue their discussion about their own experiences of deconstruction of faith, including how the process of dismantling elements of their Christianity has helped them to start to see Jesus more clearly. They discuss their
Justin and Stephen talk about their own experiences of deconstruction of faith, including how the process of dismantling elements of their Christianity has helped them to start to see Jesus more clearly. They look for useful metaphors for the p
Justin and Stephen talk with Pastor Rob Mapstone about how using a local coffee shop as his primary office pushes him to integrate ground level theology into real life as he engages ministry. They talk about encouragement and disappointment in
In today’s short episode, Justin and Stephen talk about dissertation writing and try to figure out how Stephen can move forward now that he has gotten stuck in Chapter 5 of 7 of his dissertation. Justin shares reflections on his own dissertatio
Justin and Stephen talk with Pastor Soriba Joseph Camara, President of the Evangelical Protestant Church of Mali. Reflecting on the Malian church’s experience with political turmoil Pastor Joseph shares recommendations for American Christians n
Justin and Stephen talk about last week’s attempted insurrection in Washington, D.C. Then, Marcus Dip Silas joins to discuss Christianity from a Malaysian perspective. They talk about what it means to learn from the church that lives without po
D.L. Mayfield, author of The Myth of the American Dream and Assimilate or Go Home, joins Justin and Stephen to think through what it means to live a Jesus-centered, love-your-neighbor faith. They wrestle with Christian Nationalism, what the wor
Joel Lawrence, Bonhoeffer scholar and Executive Director of the Center for Pastor Theologians, joins Justin and Stephen to discuss the life, theology, and ethics of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Joel also talks about the difficulties and benefits of app
Poet and spoken word artist Jason “Smiley” Abrams joins this episode to talk about his process of writing poetry, and how performing it transports him back into the emotional space that the poem responded to. Smiley shares how God met him throu
Marriage and family therapist Dr. Pang Foua Rhodes joins the Profs for a wide-ranging conversation including family stress in 2020, experiencing church, and using healthy boundaries as we navigate the systems that we find ourselves in. They dis
Justin and Stephen talk about coffee, dissertation writing, how to decide when it’s time for graduate school, and the fragility of the human psyche, before they jump into today’s episode about faith and politics.The Profs incorporate listener q
Justin and Stephen talk about the presidential debates, the dissertation process, and then are joined by Charles Galbreath to discuss his multicultural church context in Brooklyn.Charles talks about the lessons he has learned from pastoring his
Justin and Stephen start by reflecting on Breonna Taylor, bureaucracy, and the risk of competitive authoritarianism in American democracy. Megan DeFranza joins to discuss the lived experiences of intersex people and the risk of literal lifelong
Justin and Stephen start by reflecting on the purpose of higher education and are joined by Dr. Thorsten Moritz to discuss doing theology as hermeneutically intelligent engagement at the point of real life. Thorsten reflects on his experiences
Justin and Stephen discuss the sting of death (before we knew about Chadwick Boseman’s passing) and hardness of heart in the Church. Michial Farmer joins to discuss the purpose of higher education and describes his journey of evaluating why he
In the final episode of season 1, Justin and Stephen talk coffee and reflect on highlights, lowlights, and insights from the summer. They also share their hopes and fears for the coming year. More resources at profsinrooms.comTo donate to produ
Q Nellum joins Justin and Stephen to discuss her work as a Black entrepreneur and the process of leading organizations in their goals of becoming more effective in their diversity. She also discusses the difficulties of maintaining focus on soc
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