The Christian faith is not mindless or irrational. Knowing Faith is a podcast exploring how our faith is founded upon Scripture. We believe the Bible is for everyone and are committed to helping the Church understand where their faith is rooted. Hosted by Jen Wilkin, JT English and Kyle Worley, this podcast dives into Christian story, belief and practice in a way that that is accessible to everyone.
How and why should you read Scripture? This episode explores everything from choosing a reading plan to knowing why it’s important to understand the various literary genres that make up the Bible.
#27 - The Incarnation (And Other Fun Advent Party Topics)
You’ve probably heard the term “incarnation” before, but what does it really mean? This episode explores what we’re talking about when we talk about the incarnation, some common misconceptions around this idea and why it matters.
You’ve more than likely heard the story of David and Goliath, but what’s really going on in this story? We dive into 1 Samuel 16–17 to talk about common misrepresentations of this story, the role of anointing, and kingship in the Old Testament and more.
JT, Jen and Kyle are joined by Kelsey Hency, Editor in Chief of Fathom Magazine and Bible teacher, to talk about the Ark of the Covenant. They look at what it is, why it exists and its relationship to the presence of God.
Do you ever skip over books like 1 and 2 Samuel in your Bible reading plan? Do they just seem like a bunch of blood, names and numbers? There’s a lot more to these books than you might think, and they play an important role in the whole story of the Bible.
On this episode, we answer theological questions from our listeners. Listen to the crew discuss (and debate) topics like how we should read passages about Israel in 2018 or why God seems to be silent about the treatment of women in the Old Testament.
Andy Crouch, author of “The Tech-Wise Family” and “Culture Making: Recovering Our Creative Calling,” joins us to talk about culture, power and institutions and what implications those things have on the Church and believers.