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Bible & Stuff is a podcast about the Bible—and stuff. Hosts Tanner and Glen discuss the Bible, theology, and Christian history in a fun, approachable way.

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Baptism in the Bible and the Church

Baptism in the Bible and the Church

Despite its importance in the Christian life, baptism is often misunderstood. This week we look at baptism throughout the Bible and what it means for you.

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Are There Stages of Salvation?

Are There Stages of Salvation?

What does the order of salvation look like? Does it change from person to person? And why does it matter? Well, we’ll tell you.

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Quarantine Q&A with Josh King

Quarantine Q&A With Josh King

In our third and final Q&A, we talk to Josh King about C.S. Lewis’s insights on friendship, the church, and “inner circles.”

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Quarantine Q&A with Noah Oldham

Quarantine Q&A With Noah Oldham

In this Q&A, we talk with Noah Oldham about what God is teaching him in this unique time and a book that changed his life.

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Holy Week, Part 2

Easter and Beyond (Holy Week, Part 2)

You’ve probably heard that Jesus died on the cross. But then what? This week we discuss Jesus’s resurrection, the disciples’ reaction, and what comes next.

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Quarantine Q&A With Cody Deevers

In this Q&A, we chat with Cody Deevers about how the book of Acts has helped him make sense of the coronavirus pandemic and a song he’s had on repeat.

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Holy Week, Part 1

Palm Sunday to Good Friday (Holy Week, Part 1)

With Easter coming on Sunday, we decided to break down the last week of Jesus’s life to see how God incarnate lived knowing his death was imminent.

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Enoch and Elijah

Enoch & Elijah: Why Didn’t They Die?

In the Bible, we read that Enoch and Elijah didn’t die but were instead “taken up.” But what does this mean for us? As it turns out, quite a lot.

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Theological Triage and How to Disagree

Theological Triage and How to Disagree

In a world where people don’t know how to disagree or which hills are worth dying on, a framework like theological triage is more important than ever.

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How the Great Awakening Has Shaped Us

The Great Awakening has had long-lasting effects on our worship and theology even to this day. So, what’s been good, and what needs to change?

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Does God Change His Mind?

Does God Change His Mind?

The Bible seems conflicted on this question: does God change his mind? Does anything about him change? Here’s what God’s immutability means for us.

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The History of the Bible with Text & Canon

The History of the Bible with Text & Canon

This week Phoenix Seminary’s Text & Canon Institute joins the show to discuss the history of the Bible, its reliability, and common misconceptions.

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