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Summer News Review 2 – (Carnivore Theology Ep. 99B)

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99b - Summer News Review

Here’s part 2* of the first episode of season 4! We talk North Korea, Wonder Woman, LGBT, Boxing, Marijuana, Amazon, Forest Fires, Immigrants, the Solar Eclipse and more! And don’t forget to listen for how to get the 100th episode prize!

*This season we’ve listened to your feedback and are making shorter episodes, cutting them in half and releasing them over two weeks. It helps your commute, helps us cover the topics better, and allows us to record and edit more easily.

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What is a “Good Church”? (Carnivore Theology: Ep 52)

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A Good Church

Every Christian wants to attend a “good church”, but we all seem to have different ideas of what a “good church” looks like. The guys take on this question and give a biblical perspective.

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Mass Shootings and Martyrdom (Carnivore Theology: Ep. 48)

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Mass Shootings and Martyrdom

The tragic massacre in Roseburg, Oregon, US has raised a lot of questions. Some news articles are claiming that one of the motives of the shooter may have been hatred of religion in general, or Christians in particular. Were the victims of the shootings martyrs? What is a martyr?

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Christians & Politics with Former MP Reed Elley – Part 2 (Carnivore Theology: Ep. 47)

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Talking (More) Politics With Reed Elley

Politics is on the minds of everyone in North America these days, so today we talk politics with former parliamentarian Reed Elley. In this episode Reed gets personal and pastoral with some important applications for Christians and pastors.

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Christians & Politics with Former MP Reed Elley (Carnivore Theology: Ep. 46)

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Talking Politics With Reed Elley

Politics is on the minds of everyone in North America these days, so today we talk politics with former parliamentarian Reed Elley. We dig deep as we seek to find out how biblically minded Christians should understand and respond to the political arena.

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The END OF THE WORLD (Carnivore Theology: Ep. 45)

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The end of the world

Did you Miss the End of the World?

According to some people, today (Sept 23rd, 2015) is the last day many of us will be on earth. And so, today’s episode covers how Christians should respond to the many, many predictions about the end of the world.

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The Anniversary Episode (CT: Ep. 43)

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The 1st episode of Season 2 of “Carnivore Theology”.

The Anniversary Episode

Our First Anniversary Episode!

Happy Birthday to us! Break out the Bacon Cake! Carnivore Theology is one year old and it’s time to do some reflection on the purpose of CT and talk about some of the highlights from the past year.

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Carnivore Theology is free for everyone, but it does have a cost to produce. If you’d like to help us with our hosting and equipment costs, you can send us a financial gift through PayPal by clicking here. (We are not a registered charity, so you won’t get a tax receipt — but you will have the good feelings that come with helping out a friend!)

The Homeschooling Episode (Feat. Familyman Todd Wilson) (Carnivore Theology: Ep. 39)

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Homeschooling Pt 1 Todd Wilson

The 39th episode of “Carnivore Theology”.

Homeschooling and Parenting with Familyman Todd Wilson

Inspirational speaker and Familyman, Todd Wilson (www.familymanweb.com) talks about the ups, downs and sidewayses of parenting and homeschooling in this fun and informative episode. We learn about Todd’s story, run him through the Meatgrinder, and he answers questions for us like “Should all Christians homeschool?”, “How do we deal with criticisms?”, “How to be a good dad?”, and talk about some of the big struggles families face.

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Carnivore Theology is free for everyone, but it does have a cost to produce. If you’d like to help us with our hosting and equipment costs, you can send us a financial gift through PayPal by clicking here.  We are not a registered charity, so you won’t get a tax receipt — but you will have the good feelings that come with helping out a friend!

Why Are There So Many Christian Denominations? (Carnivore Theology: Ep. 32)

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Denominations

The 32nd episode of “Carnivore Theology”.

Denominations, Sects, Schisms, & Cults… Oh My!

Why are there so many Christian denominations? What’s the history of denominationalism? Which one is right? Can’t we all just get along? What about non-denominational churches?

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Let us know what you think of our podcast by commenting on our Facebook page, connecting on Twitter, and rating us on iTunes! We’d also really appreciate if you’d pass them around to your friends. Sharing is caring!

Carnivore Theology is free for everyone, but it does have a cost to produce. If you’d like to help us with our hosting and equipment costs, you can send us a financial gift through PayPal by clicking here.  We are not a registered charity, so you won’t get a tax receipt — but you will have the good feelings that come with helping out a friend!

Why Should Believers Today Care About the Psalms? (Feat. Special Guest Wyatt Graham!) (Carnivore Theology: Ep. 31)

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The Psalms Today

The 31tst episode of “Carnivore Theology”.

Reading & Praying the Psalms Today

What can a bunch of weird, old poems from ancient Israel do to help us with our prayer life? A lot, as it turns out. Our special guest Wyatt Graham helps us understand the amazing relevance of the psalms to our daily walk of faith today.

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Wyatt’s Book Recommendation Link:

Athanasius : The Life of Antony and the Letter To Marcellinus

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Euthanasia (Carnivore Theology: Ep. 27)

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Euthanasia

The 27th episode of “Carnivore Theology”.

Physician Assisted Suicide

Years ago CBC aired a program called “Talking to Americans with Rick Mercer” where the host took a camera crew to the USA and told Americans outrageous things about Canada to see if they believed him. Laughing at the American ignorance of Canadian culture is almost a national pastime.
In one of the gags Rick Mercer asked Americans to sign a petition asking the government of Canada to stop placing senior citizen on northern ice flows to perish. Some people seemed horrified that Canada would allow such a thing.
Now, I’m not laughing anymore. In 2001 when “Talking to Americans” came out, the idea of sending seniors up north to die seemed so obscure it was hilarious. Now it hits so close to home it feels embarrassing.
The euthanasia movement is being sold to us as a “right” where people get to choose how and when they die. Where does living in a country with legal suicide and euthanasia take us?

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Relevant Links:

Ethics For A Brave New World” by John S. Feinberg

Should You Have a Living Will? A Christian Lawyers Perspective

Living Wills vs. Medical Directive Statements: There Is A Difference

Personal Directives

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50 Shades of Evil (Carnivore Theology: Ep. 26)

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The 26th episode of “Carnivore Theology”.

What’s So Bad About “50 Shades of Grey” Anyway?

Facebook is filled with conversations for and against seeing the movie “50 Shades of Grey”. In Canada right now, Jian Ghomeshi is in the news regarding abuse charges that reflect the content of 50 Shades.
There are people that are claiming to be Christians that seem to support this type of “personal expression” and “sexual choice”.
Is BDSM just another form of sexuality? How do I respond to a fellow Christian who has read the book or is planning on seeing the movie? How do I build a loving argument and give concrete evidence that this is not helpful or good for them?

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Competition & Sports (Carnivore Theology: Ep. 17 + Hot-dog Eating Competition!)

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Competition

The 17th episode of “Carnivore Theology”.

Are Christians Allowed to Be Competitive?

Let the games begin! Chad and Al let their competitive sides take over as they go head-to-head in a hot dog eating contest. But are Christians allowed to be competitive in life, sports and church? How competitive is too competitive?

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Best Books (Carnivore Theology: Episode 12)

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Best Books

The 12th episode of “Carnivore Theology”. Click here to subscribe.

What Books have Helped the CT Guys Most?

The CT guys talk about best books for marriage, devos, conflict, spiritual warfare, witnessing, Bible-study, and more.

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Please give it a listen and then give let us know what you think in comments section below, by e-mailing me, commenting on our Facebook page, or on Twitter! It would be great if you’d rate us on iTunes too! We’d also really appreciate if you’d pass them around to your friends. Sharing is caring!

The Book-List

Marriage

Stuart Scott, The Exemplary Husband:  A Biblical Perspective

Martha Peace – The Excellent Wife:  A Biblical Perspective

Gary Chapman, The Five Love Languages

Bill Farrel and Pam Farrel: Men are like Waffles, Women are like Spaghetti

Personal Devotions

Charles Spurgeon:  Morning and Evening

Arthur Bennet: The Valley of Vision

Richard Foster: Celebration of Discipline

Rick Warren: Purpose Driven Life

Kyle Strobel: Formed for the Glory of God

Al Descheneau: Spiritual Journaling Using Scripture as Your Guide

Conflict Between Believers

Wayne A. Mack:  Homework Manual for Biblical Living

Ken Sande:  The Peacemaker

Ken Sande:  Resolving Everyday Conflict

 Understanding Church Leadership

Alexander Strauch:  Biblical Eldership (Here’s the Booklet)

J. Oswald Sanders:  Spiritual Maturity

Timothy Laniak:  Shepherds After my Own Heart

Mark Dever: 9 Marks of a Healthy Church

John F. MacArthur:  The Master’s Plan for the Church

Understanding our Enemy – Satan

C.S. Lewis:  Screwtape Letters

D. Lloyd Jones:  Christian Warfare

Daily Life of Jesus and His Disciples

Johnston M. Cheney: Jesus Christ, Greatest Life

Mark Driscoll:  Vintage Jesus

John MacArthur:  One Perfect Life

Walter Kaiser:  Archaeological Study Bible

Holman:  The Apologetics Study Bible

Alfred Edersheim:  Collection

Chad’s Favorite Book

Daniel H. Williams:  Retrieving the Tradition and Renewing Evangelicalism:  A Primer for Suspicious Protestants

Al’s Favorite Book

John Bunyan:  The Pilgrim’s Progress  (Part 2)

Steve’s Favorite Book

Saint Augustine:  The Confessions

Can Art Go Too Far? (Carnivore Theology: Episode 9)

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ArtHere is the ninth episode of our podcast series, “Carnivore Theology”. Click here to subscribe.

Can Art Go Too Far?

Recently in Vancouver, an artist erected a Satan statue in a public square. Christ gives us freedom and creativity, but how far is too far?

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