Bible & Stuff


Bible & Stuff


Bible & Stuff is a podcast about the Bible—and stuff. Join us as we learn more about the Bible, theology, and Christian history in a fun, approachable way. Grow along with hosts Tanner and Glen as we study these essential topics together.



Pursuing Christlikeness on Social Media with Doug Bursch

This week we’re joined by Doug Bursch to discuss why everyone is so angry online and how to address polarization through peacemaking.

Apostolon Onesim

Philemon: Fellowship and Forgiveness

Paul’s letter to Philemon is a short one about a single topic—Paul urging his friend to pursue Christlikeness through radical forgiveness.

An Angel Gives Elijah Cake and Water by G. P Wellcome

Elijah and Mental Health with Jen Holmes

Jen Holmes joins us to discuss the possibly bipolar prophet Elijah and God’s response to his swing from soaring high to devastating low.

Two Hearts, 1628

Word Studies and the Hebrew Heart

This week look at word studies—when to use them, when not to, and what you can gain from having this tool in your tool belt.

Bust of an Elderly Woman

Ecclesiastes and Beauty from Pain with Eric Schumacher

This week, Tanner and Glen are joined by author and pastor Eric Schumacher as they explore life, dignity, and the themes of Ecclesiastes.

Saint Polycarp, Engraving

The Simple Faith of Polycarp

This week, we discuss the Apostolic Father Polycarp, the respectability of a simple faith, and one of the most epic martyrdom stories ever.

Creation of Adam by Michelangelo

How Are We Like God?

The Bible says that we are made in the image of God, but what exactly does that mean? This week we discuss the concept of “Imago Dei.”

A New Heaven and New Earth, Phillip Medhurst Collection

What’s Heaven Really Like?

Heaven isn’t all floating on clouds and playing the harp. The Bible actually tells a much grander story of what God is doing and how it ends.

Job by E.P. Sperry

Job, Part 2: Answers?

In the second half of the Book of Job, we discuss how to deal with Job’s final friend, Elihu, and how God responds to Job’s protest.