The Nick And Josh Podcast

Sinopse

In 2005, The Nick and Josh Podcast came on the scene and started interviews that talked about emerging forms of Christianity and faith in general.

Episódios

  • ep 178 - Andrew Farley, God Without Religion

    ep 178 - Andrew Farley, God Without Religion

    15/06/2011 Duração: 33min

    This week Nick talks to Andrew Farley, the lead pastor at Ecclesia in Texas. Andrew talks about his newest book, God Without Religion and spells out a faith that is Jesus plus nothing. You can follow Andrew @DrAndrewFarley and Nick @nicktheskeptic Our website is thenickandjoshpodcast.com

  • ep 177 - Nick and Josh Ramblecast, About Rob Bell

    ep 177 - Nick and Josh Ramblecast, About Rob Bell

    05/05/2011 Duração: 32min

    Nick and Josh have another stunning ramblecast. So if you can take 30 minutes of Nick wishing he could sell books like Rob Bell and spouting his bitterness. Join us. You can help ease that bitterness by purchasing The Hopeful Skeptic from Amazon. And by following Nick and Josh @nicholasfiedler and @neuprovoker

  • ep 176 - Kyle T. Kramer talks about A Time to Plant: Life Lessons in Work, Prayer and Dirt

    ep 176 - Kyle T. Kramer talks about A Time to Plant: Life Lessons in Work, Prayer and Dirt

    21/04/2011 Duração: 39min

    In this interview, Josh interviews Kyle T. Kramer, author of A Time to Plant: Life Lessons in Work, Prayer and Dirt. Just in time for Good Friday and Earth Day, this podcast comes in a long line of other environmentally concerned podcasts by the Nick and Josh crew. Remember: An Oil Spill Round Table Discussion with Ben Lowe, Tom Sine and Julie Clawson, Matthew Sleeth, and Tom Sine of the Mustard Seed Associates? Kyle is not only a farmer, academic, father and eco-ascetic, but also a alumni of Emory's Youth Theological Initiative and the Candler School of Theology. For more information on this subject, listen to the first few minutes of the interview.

  • ep 175 - Cliff Shiepe talks about publishing and Cliff Falls

    ep 175 - Cliff Shiepe talks about publishing and Cliff Falls

    07/03/2011 Duração: 32min

    This week we have Cliff Shiepe talking about self publishing his new novel.Cliff has an interesting life that mixes ministry with the entertainment industry and his first novel puts one foot in each of those spheres. What I found most interesting about Cliff's story is that he did not intend to write a novel and when it was all said and done, he did all the work and it took him ten years. I thought that was a powerful story for those of us anxious to get some thoughts on paper and get them out there. Cliff gives some good advise for artists/writers and he talks about his novel.

  • ep 174 - Prof Kenda Creasy Dean, Almost Christian

    ep 174 - Prof Kenda Creasy Dean, Almost Christian

    03/02/2011 Duração: 01h12min

    This podcast is a round table discussion between Prof. Kendra Creasy Dean and students in a research seminar class at the Candler School of Theology (of which Josh was a part). A class made up of youth ministry practitioners, some of whom are full-time students and some of whom are auditing the class, this podcast pokes at the heart of some of the real down to earth issues in youth ministry today. If you have not already read Dean's book Almost Christian make sure to check it out today! Also, a big thanks is owed to Dr. Beth Corrie of the Youth Theological Initiative for allowing the podcast to broadcast this conversation. 

  • ep 173 - Carlton Mackey and 17 Degrees Aint Nothing

    ep 173 - Carlton Mackey and 17 Degrees Ain't Nothing

    17/12/2010 Duração: 49min

    In this interview Josh talks with Cartlon Mackey about his most recent project 17 Degrees Ain't Nothing. Carlton Mackey is the Assistant Director of the D. Abbott Turner Program in Ethics and Servant Leadership and the Chair of the Ethics & the Arts Initiative for the Emory University Center for Ethics. Carlton serves on the Board of Directors for the Wonderroot Community Arts Center and the Advisory Board for the Youth Theological Initiative. Carlton is also a professional photographer and local filmmaker. He was awarded a grant from the Emory University Center for Creativity and the Arts to create a photography exhibit to accompany his documentary 17 DEGREES AIN’T NOTHING, an intimate profile of 5 individuals living on the streets of Atlanta, Georgia. For this work, Carlton was awarded the first Emory College for Creativity & Arts Emory University and Healthcare Staff Creativity and the Arts Award. If you are interested in screening 17 Degrees, please contact Josh at: case [dot] joshua [at] gmail [d

  • ep 172 - Nick and Josh Podcast Ramblecast

    ep 172 - Nick and Josh Podcast Ramblecast

    10/12/2010 Duração: 34min

    In this amazing ramblecast we talk about Evolutionary Christianity, WikiLeaks, Big Tent, and Red Mountain Music. Enjoy.

  • ep 171 - Thom Stark and The Human Faces of God

    ep 171 - Thom Stark and The Human Faces of God

    03/12/2010 Duração: 51min

    This week Nick talks to Thom Stark about his new book, The Human Faces of God. It's a good conversation that covers the topics of inspiration and inerrancy while looking at the ideas the authors of the Bible had about God. Nick and Josh are back again with snarky intro banter and filler topics.

  • ep 170 - Rev Dr. Amy Laura Hall and the Proper 29 Project

    ep 170 - Rev Dr. Amy Laura Hall and the Proper 29 Project

    14/11/2010 Duração: 27min

    This week Nick talks to Reverand Dr. Amy Laura Hall about Proper 29 Project. A project aimed to raise awareness of unjust tragedies in the wars that the US is involved in.

  • ep 169 - Adam Taylor, Mobilizing Hope

    ep 169 - Adam Taylor, Mobilizing Hope

    05/11/2010 Duração: 32min

    This week Nick talks to Adam Taylor who recently wrote Mobilizing Hope, a book about justice, change, religion, and activism. I think you will enjoy this conversation. Jim Wallis does the forward and says this about the book:"is a story of how Adam and many of his cohorts are shaping the next strategies for faith-based social change; a theology for social justice; a spirituality for young activists; a handbook for those who want to experiment with activism and search out their own vocation in the world; and a strategy manual that draws lessons from past movements for change."   Adam's IVP author info is here, and book info is here .

  • ep 168 - Anne Jackson, Permission To Speak Freely

    ep 168 - Anne Jackson, Permission To Speak Freely

    27/10/2010 Duração: 28min

    This week Nick talks to Anne Jackson and they talk about her new book, Permission to Speak Freely. As always check out the podcast website for more show notes and links.

  • ep 167 - Jeff Sharlet, The Family and C Street

    ep 167 - Jeff Sharlet, The Family and C Street

    21/10/2010 Duração: 41min

    This week Josh talked to Jeff Sharlet who discusses a couple of his books about secret fundamentalist groups alive and well in our government. Please visit our website to leave comments.

  • ep 166 - Matt Litton, The Mockingbird Parables

    ep 166 - Matt Litton, The Mockingbird Parables

    13/10/2010 Duração: 31min

    This week we interview Matt Litton and he talks about education and his new book The Mockingbird Parables.

  • ep 165 - Kimberly Knight, Big Tent Christianity

    ep 165 - Kimberly Knight, Big Tent Christianity

    07/10/2010 Duração: 46min

    An intro with Nick and Josh, and a conversation with Kimberly Knight.

  • ep 164 - Jack Jenkins, Social Media/Church is Alive/Obama

    ep 164 - Jack Jenkins, Social Media/Church is Alive/Obama

    28/09/2010 Duração: 23min

    This week Nick talks to Jack Jenkins about Social Media, Church, Obama and Jacks website, The Church is Alive.

  • ep 163 - John Dominic Crossan, The Jesus Seminar

    ep 163 - John Dominic Crossan, The Jesus Seminar

    21/09/2010 Duração: 31min

    This week we have John Dominic Crossan, the author and scholar who started the Jesus Seminar 25 years ago. We reflect on the seminar and his latest book, The Greatest Prayer.

  • ep 161 - Nick and Josh Ramblecast, SYATP

    ep 161 - Nick and Josh Ramblecast, SYATP

    27/08/2010 Duração: 29min

    This week we have a long awaited Ramblecast with Nick and Josh, and very great intro music. Topics we cover: Big Tent Christianity Something about Ground Zero See You At the Pole Josh's Sickness Wild Goose Festival   and John Eldredge Philip Yancey   So you know it's good. Here's the direct link.

  • ep 160 - Damien Jurado Interview [Old Podcast Remixed]

    ep 160 - Damien Jurado Interview [Old Podcast Remixed]

    15/08/2010 Duração: 28min

    This is a throwback. The old Damien Jurado interview is back up. One of our first 25 interviews. A classic.

  • ep 159 - Becky Garrison, Jesus Died for This

    ep 159 - Becky Garrison, Jesus Died for This

    31/07/2010 Duração: 38min

    This week we have a full intro with both Nick and Josh. Nick also interviews Becky Garrison about her book, Jesus Died for This? We talk about christian writing and marketing a good bit.   Becky has started podcasting here, and she is tweeting @JesusDied4This

  • ep 158 - Jason Boyett, O Me of Little Faith

    ep 158 - Jason Boyett, O Me of Little Faith

    25/07/2010 Duração: 29min

    This week Nick jumps back in the interview saddle and talks with Jason Boyett about faith and doubt, and his newest book O Me of Little Faith. Jason blog's here. Enjoy the interview and pick up the book. And while you are book shopping don't forget to support the podcast by purchasing Nick's book.

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