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How can we live well together? What gives life purpose? What about technology, education, faith, capitalism, work, family? Is another life possible? Plough editor Peter Mommsen and senior editor Susannah Black dig deeper into perspectives from a wide variety of writers and thinkers appearing in the pages of Plough.
 
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In this PBI discussion David Rawls explains Alexander Campbell's justification for nonviolence and Allan advocates for complete non-participation in nations and governments. Matt, Tim, and Paul join this final discussion on the peaceable kingdom. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.…
 
Paul Axton Preaches - In Revelation and the Gospel of John the church is depicted as bringing forth the enfleshment of the Son in an ongoing incarnation or travail of birth. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.Forging Ploughshares による
 
In this PBI discussion David, Matt, and Paul discuss the typical "what if" scenarios in regard to nonviolence and point to the early church discipline in which being peaceable was part of catechesis of every disciple and the common thread found in the early church and among Anabaptist groups of divinization. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this pod…
 
Paul Axton Preaches - There is a Gnostic notion that evil arises before creation and that this is reflected in the chaos of Genesis or the nothing of creation ex nihilo. John locates and delimits evil and pictures its defeat and this is understood through correctly identifying the Logos with the "word of the cross." Become a Patron! If you enjoyed …
 
In this PBI discussion Trenton, Tim, Allan, and Paul discuss how a shift in atonement theory (away from penal substitution) accompanied rediscovery and preservation of a peaceable understanding among Anabaptists, while a failure to shift atonement theory accompanied the relinquishing of peace among groups who originally held to nonviolence. The cas…
 
Paul Axton preaches - John depicts the life of Christ from an apocalyptic perspective, unveiling the dwelling place of God with man established in his "lifting up" a new Temple established in a new humanity. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work. (Register for the upcoming Class on the Gospel of …
 
Peter and Susannah talk with friend of the pod Zena Hitz, author of Lost in Thought, about the state of the liberal arts, how those not in academia can continue their humanist education, and the Catherine Project, her new organization dedicated to helping people do this. What is the value of the “great books?” Why these books and not others? How do…
 
Tim, Trenton, Allan, and Paul discuss the tenets of the just war tradition and how most all of the churches indigenous to the United States began as peace churches but relinquished this original understanding to adapt some form of just war. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work. (Register for the…
 
Paul Axton Preaches - The Gospel of John equates truth with the life of Christ shown forth at Easter. This truth relativizes all other notions of truth as other trues are always extrinsic trues (location, date, composition, etc.) while the life of Christ is a first order truth which only refers to itself. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcas…
 
Peter and Susannah talk with Joey Keegin and Phil Christman about their pieces on Christian hardcore and ’80s, ’90s post-punk respectively. The blend of nostalgia and genuine appreciation makes for a powerful and enthusiastic back and forth between the two guests, with Pete chiming in and Susannah remaining respectfully silent. They discuss what ma…
 
David, Allan, Matt, and Paul discuss the implications of the accommodation of violence and the development of the just war tradition beginning with the Constantinian shift. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work. (Register for the upcoming Class on the Gospel of John starting May 9th here: https:/…
 
Paul Axton Preaches - There are two orders of language and meaning. The Word of the Cross is the eternal wisdom of God, the "I am" reversing time and space and undoing death dealing (sequential, cause and effect, time and space bound) ordering of human wisdom. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our wor…
 
Peter and Susannah have a long, polyphonic conversation with Rowan Williams about his new collection of plays, Shakeshafte and Other Plays; about a Christianity that can accommodate the whole of the world; about the poet David Jones, the artist Eric Gill, and the destructiveness of aesthetic fundamentalism. Then they turn to a discussion of the war…
 
In this interview with Dr. Timothy Boyle, an expert on Japan, the Japanese language, and the Japanese writing system, Paul and Tim discuss the discovery of the stories of Genesis in Japanese writing (Kanji) and the profound similarities between the group oriented shame concepts found in the Bible and Japan. Tim also tells the story of Wounded Tiger…
 
Paul Axton preaches - The Eucharistic meal is the institution of a new community, simultaneously enacting the self-sacrificial love of an economic sharing and the suspension of ethnic, sexual, socio-economic, or class distinctions. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.…
 
Peter and Susannah speak with Esther Maria Magnis about her recent Plough release With or Without Me, a memoir of her father’s death from cancer and her own loss and gain of Christian faith. How can a shattered faith be rebuilt after tragedy? Then, they have a wide-ranging conversation with Sperello di Serego Alighieri, Dante’s descendant, about hi…
 
Jon, Matt, and Paul, discuss the notion that there might be a natural human cut off from the grace of God. Matt and Jon question Paul's reading of Romans 7, with the consensus pointing to redemption as the completion of creation in theosis. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.…
 
Paul Axton Preaches - There is no nature and grace dualism, as conceived by Augustine (and as absorbed by Western Christianity), as humans are created, molded, and sustained by the Spirit of grace given at creation and completed by Christ. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.…
 
You can find the Plough and Stars on Twitter @ploughandstars. You can @ us, or send us a DM. We are also on twitter, and our handles are @imdocplague and @redbernarr. If you enjoy this show and would like to support us, you can find us on patreon at patreon.com/ploughandstars. We also have a redbubble where you can find Plough and Stars and RAS mer…
 
Peter and Susannah chat with Brittany Petruzzi about her interview with Susannah in the current issue of the magazine, Chanting Psalms In the Dark. During the past year, Brittany went permanently blind as the result of a brain tumor, and in the midst of that diagnosis, she started a psalm-chanting YouTube channel. Inspired by her love of and need f…
 
Trenton, Tim, Dan, and Paul discuss how the Constantinian shift resulted in theological failure: a turn to law, to a closed universe in an attempt to preserve God's freedom (rather than focus on God's love). The result is the notion that God, in his absolute freedom and control, does evil so as to bring about the Good. Become a Patron! If you enjoy…
 
Paul Axton Preaches - The Gospel, proclaimed by the apostles, reads the Hebrew Scriptures through the precedent and lens of Christ. To reverse this amounts to a worship of angels and a deifying of what is not God; the error of the false teachers and contractual theology. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to supp…
 
Peter and Susannah open the Music issue podcast series with a discussion of Anabaptist music: the beautiful and occasionally grim songs of the Radical Reformation. But what is music for anyway? They talk about music as a crucial aspect of the human Telos, and the need for the body of Christ to worship Him in song. The sheer power of music has been …
 
Tim, Trenton, Allan, Dan, and Paul, discuss three alternative ways of understanding church history, and how to account for failure and progress in the tradition and the fall into violence and the definition of peace. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.…
 
David, Isaiah, and Paul discuss the challenge Christ poses to Old Testament violence, and specifically to the portrayal of God as participating in and encouraging war and genocide. Understanding who God is through Christ, means that those who kill Christ represent the violence (and the God of violence) which Christ challenges and defeats. Become a …
 
Tim, Trenton, Allan, Dan, Jason and Paul, discus identity formation around war and violence in nationalism as experienced in the United States, Mexico, Canada, and New Zealand. The discussion centers on the alternative value of Christ, peace, as the abolishment of idolatrous human sacrifice. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please cons…
 
You can find the Plough and Stars on Twitter @ploughandstars. You can @ us, or send us a DM. We are also on twitter, and our handles are @imdocplague and @redbernarr. If you enjoy this show and would like to support us, you can find us on patreon at patreon.com/ploughandstars. We also have a redbubble where you can find Plough and Stars and RAS mer…
 
Paul Axton Preaches - Building on the understanding that death is the predicament in which sin arises; this is illustrated through Thomas Hobbes, the Book of Wisdom, and James, explaining why defeat of fear of death enables love. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.…
 
Jino (in India), Isaiah (in Korea), Matt, David, and Paul discuss the failure of the Constantinian form of Christianity and the necessity to recognize that with James Cone, the untouchables of India and Japan, and the poor in Korea, authentic Christian experience will tend to be erased by those in power. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast…
 
Paul Axton Preaches - Due, in part, to Augustine's misreading of Romans 5:12, Western theology has confused cause and effect between sin and death, and in the process lose how it is that sin is an orientation to death, and the defeat of death is a defeat of sin. The New Testament and the earliest gospel preached by the apostolic fathers, such as Ig…
 
At twenty weeks there were only two things I knew about my daughter, both of them scientifically derived facts: her physical abnormality and her biological sex. Read the article. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesPlough による
 
You can find the Plough and Stars on Twitter @ploughandstars. You can @ us, or send us a DM. Each of us is also on twitter. Our handles are @imdocplague, @NiceJudeoBolsh, and @redbernarr. If you enjoy this show and would like to support us, you can find us on patreon at patreon.com/ploughandstars. We also have a redbubble where you can find Plough …
 
Matt, Jon, and Paul conclude their discussion on Hart's book, Tradition and Apocalypse, by examining the gap between the New Testament and the reality of the church in its Episcopal, Eastern Orthodox, and Protestant forms. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.…
 
Matt, Jon and Paul return to key questions raised by Hart's book, Tradition and Apocalypse, and suggest that what is needed is an alternative hermeneutic in reading Scripture and history which suspends the violence and reads from beneath the oppression of the powers. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support …
 
Matt, Jon, and Paul continue to discuss Hart's recent book and turn the critique on their own traditions and discuss what it means to make progress in theology. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.Forging Ploughshares による
 
Matt, Jon, and Paul discuss Hart's recent book detailing an understanding of salvation which in its unfolding fully admits the contradictions of history and doctrine while looking to a future coherence in the eschaton. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.…
 
Faced with a frightening diagnosis, a couple was hours away from an abortion when one conversation made them reconsider. Their daughter owes her life to a young man with Down syndrome. Read it here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesPlough による
 
Paul Axton Preaches - The New Testament describes a form of realism a connecting with ultimate reality, in which words and actions connect in the definitive giving (δίδωμι) of Christ which overcomes and defeats the “handing over” (παραδίδωμι) which delivered him to the cross. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to…
 
In this final discussion of the Holy Spirit Rob, Allan, and Paul, discuss the sense in which Freud's notion that belief in God is about sex, Marx's notion that religion is about economics, and Schmitt's view that the state in the equivalent of the Church, need to be flipped. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to …
 
Peter and Susannah answer listener questions: How should we think about the so-called “social model” of disability? Why shouldn’t we abort children who may not live long? How can we talk about human worth with those who don’t share our Christian convictions? And are there any downsides to designing for disability? They also reflect on what they’ve …
 
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