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Life, Balance & Hobbies (Carnivore Theology: Ep. 97)

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27 - Life Hobbies and Balance

Are Christians allowed to have hobbies? How can we balance our responsibilities and interests effectively? Does Steve love his tiny helicopters too much?

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Navigating Social Media (Carnivore Theology: Ep. 30!)

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Social Media

The 30th episode of “Carnivore Theology”.

How Should Christians use Social Media?

We often ask ourselves and others, “What’s new with the world?” and respond with a bit of gossip or something funny we find on social medial We have to ask ourselves if this is healthy or not? What are the potential damages that come from being steeped in the internet culture? Dr. Gordon Nuefuld says that social media actually bypasses our brain’s need for connection with people and replaces it with a shallow façade. It’s a very scary concept when we look at entire generations of people who might lose the ability to connect in deep and meaningful ways.

Let’s talk about the benefits and dangers of social media.

Podcast Audio:

Click here to download the episode MP3.

Here’s the link to the behind-the-scenes YouTube video.

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As Always, We Want Your Feedback

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Here’s our First (Unofficial) Carnivore Theology Episode — And We Need Your Help!

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Carnivore Theology Web Banner with Pics Smaller With Chad

I’m so excited to present our first, unofficial, episode of a new series I’m a part of called “Carnivore Theology“. What’s that, you ask?

“Carnivore Theology” is a podcast where one normal guy asks two abnormal pastors questions about life, religion, the universe and everything.

Our mission is “To help Christians move from milk to meat, past the basic principles of the faith to become wise, skilled, world-changing followers of Jesus Christ.”

Our Key Verse is: “For everyone who lives on milk is unskilled in the word of righteousness, since he is a child. But solid food is for the mature, for those who have their powers of discernment trained by constant practice to distinguish good from evil.” (Hebrews 5:13-14)

We Need Your Feedback

We just recorded our first (unofficial) Carnivore Theology episode and agreed that it would be a good idea to send it out to our friends to see what they thought. That’s why it’s “unofficial”, because we’re hoping to work out the bugs and kick it off officially in September. It’s so new that Chad hasn’t even sent me his picture yet… hence the volleyball. So please, give it a listen, and give us your feedback in the comments section below, by e-mailing me, or commenting on our Facebook page. We’re also on Twitter! We’d really appreciate it.

Here’s the Podcast Audio:

And something special we’ll be doing for these podcasts is putting the raw, uncut conversation up on our YouTube Channel. You can also check that out below:

Who wants to watch me eat a bug?

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This is just for fun. Every year my brother and I get each other “interesting” gifts for our birthdays. This year I got him Death Wish Coffee and he gave me “Chocolate Covered Insects“. It took me a month to work up the courage to eat them (my b-day is on January 4), but I finally did it and recorded it for posterity. I even shared the white chocolate ones with my boys. You’ll see Edison’s reaction after mine.

Cricket Related Trivia:

  • There aren’t many kosher bugs, but crickets are okay! (Leviticus 11:20-23)
  • The 17 gram cricket I ate was about 21 calories, had 2 grams of protein, about 1 gram of fat and 1 gram of carbohydrates.
  • If you want to go on a bug-eating safari, here’s a great article to start with: “Countries that Eat Bugs