Harmony Smith is the Director of Worship for the Vineyard Movement in the UK & Ireland where she encourages, raises up, and trains worship and music leaders, and she also co-pastors Belfast City Church with her husband Andy. From her bio: "Harm
Obery M. Hendricks joins the Tent to talk about his brilliant and searing new book Christians against Christianity. He is a visiting research scholar at Columbia University and has held positions at Drew University and Princeton Theological Sem
David Blower is a wordsmith, a singer songwriter, a host of the Nomad podcast and the author of some of the best political theology Stephen Backhouse has ever read. You can find out about David and how to find his words and music HERE. The Noma
Pete Enns and Jared Byas are the hosts of the Bible for Normal People podcast and the authors of a number of excellent books. We talked about the dangers of doing good theology in this crazy christianised age of ours, and, despite everything, t
Leroy Logan is the UK's most highly decorated and well known black police officer. He is the founding member of the Black Police Association. He is the author of "Closing Ranks", which detailed his time as a senior police officer in London. In
Dolly Waddell is a mentor for individuals and a coach for organisations and teams. She is a veritable whirlwind of positive ideas, practical steps and encouragement, especially when it comes to developing female leaders.You can find out more ab
Virginia Linzee and Andrea Lippke join the Tent for the second part of a deep discussion around abortion, adoption and raising Down Syndrome children. More about Andrea Lippke and her work can be found HERE.More about Virginia Linzee and her wo
Virginia Linzee and Andrea Lippke join the Tent for part one of a deep discussion around abortion, adoption and raising Down Syndrome children. More about Andrea Lippke and her work can be found HERE.More about Virginia Linzee and her work can
We launch another bible study at the beginning of the world, this time on the book of Acts, followed by a debrief with Stephen, Natasha Beckles and Christopher Marchand.This is beginning of the full series, which will be released for Patreon su
You can subscribe to The Hyphen wherever you get your podcasts. More about the series, Rabbi Finegold and the Jewish Living Lab can be found HERE.Has anything we make been interesting, useful or fruitful for you? You can support us by becoming
Ben Richards BSc, PhD is an expert in paleoclimate and climate change. He is a leader in YWAM England and instigator of YWAM's COP26 outreach SteeringGroup. He has lived and worked all over the world and is currently based in London. For more i
The Revd. Dr. Myron Penner is a scholar priest and the author of the provocative book "The End of Apologetics: Christian Witness In A Postmodern Context". You can find out more about him and his book HERE and HERE.More about the Tent Summer Sch
More about Rachel and her writing HEREMore about the Tent Summer School HEREHas anything we make been interesting, useful or fruitful for you? You can support us by becoming a Fellow Traveller on our Patreon page HERE.
Tom Millay is a leading scholar of Kierkegaard, an opponent of nationalism and a pastor in a deeply patriotic part of the world. He's also intellectually generous, charming and kind. Bonus!Tom's talks and sermons are HERE and his book "You Must
Songwriter and musician Lucy Grimble joins the Tent to talk about the politics of praise music, playing to the crowd, and sharing the stage with people with whom you disagree while keeping integrity, grace and hope!Watch the video for Lucy's so
The country has usurped holiness. There is no true power in patriotism. The second of a two-part talk on Justice, Love and the Imaginary Nation.The lecture was originally given for the Certificate in Religion, Peace and Justice, an online cours
Ross Lawhead is an author and illustrator (The Ancient Earth Trilogy, !Hero, The Death of Godman) and he joins us in the tent to discuss The Myth of Redemptive Violence and to help us ponder how to begin telling better stories. With Die Hard as
Nations are incapable of real justice. Patriotism is incapable of real love. The first of a two-part talk.The lecture was originally given for the Certificate in Religion, Peace and Justice, an online course accredited by the Institute of Relig
Richard Beck is the kindest, wisest person you will hear today. He is Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychology at Abilene Christian University. He is a celebrated teacher and author of a number of works, including Unclean, Reviving O
Meekness? Powerlessness? How does this work for people who do not live and move in spheres of privilege? Priest, teacher and youth advocate Natasha Beckles does NOT want Christianity to be a religion of cringing worms. She pushes back at some o
Tobias Jones is no stranger to bestseller lists and best-of-year reviews. He writes books: investigative journalism, current events and fiction, as well as chronicles of his adventures in community living. There are few people who have thought
Elizabeth Oldfield is the Director of the think tank Theos and the host of The Sacred, a podcast which attracts an astonishing array of diverse people to talk about what they hold sacred in life. More about Elizabeth and her work can be found H
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