Finally, a new episode of a Jew and a Gentile walk into a Bar…Mitzvah, the Podcast. In episode 68, the Rev. argues that the account of the Gerasene Demoniac is a PARABLE and not a healing story. The Rev. and the Doc then talk about the necessity of properly identifying mental illness as a disease and not as a demonic possession.
In episode 67, the Rev and the Doc discuss, with their tongues firmly in their cheeks, this season’s theologians draft. Grade our draft classes. Pick our later rounds. Who did we leave on the board? Who went undrafted? Who would be your picks?
In this week’s episode, the Jew and the Gentile continue their discussion of grace with the Gentile discussing his faith post-depression.
In this episode, the depressive duo talks about grace. Our chief topic is grace. Grace and theodicy. Amongst our topics are grace, theodicy, and cigars. Our three, three topics, are grace, theodicy, cigars, and alcohol. OK…try it again… I wasn’t expecting… Nobody expects… Copyright infringement.
“Interfaith conversations are more often parallel monologues. Christians are performing apologetics, while Jews are performing Midrash.” Dr. Meredith Gould joins The Jew and The Gentile to discuss interfaith communication, social media etiquette, and matzo ball recipes. Visit Dr. Gould’s website Meredith Gould.com and her check out her mosaic art.
In this episode the Jew and the Gentile interview our latest sponsors at our new home (i.e., SummerGail Studios) away from home (i.e. Cigarage) away from home, Top Leaf Cigar Lounge in Winston-Salem, NC. JD and Bethany are gracious hosts and top notch tobacconists. Top Leaf is THE premiere cigar lounge in the Triad featuring a member selected humidor, three indoor smoking lounges with filtration, and high-definition televisions. Bethany shares about life in the Triad, cigars, and all things sisterhood of the leaf.
In this Episode, the Jew and the Gentile discuss how our image of G-d can affect how we respond to mental health issues and suffering. Does having an image of G-d as limited (i.e. being only a G-d of love) shape our response to suffering? How can an expanded image of G-d help us maintain our I-Thou relationship with G-d and prevent it from reverting to an I-It, subjective transnational relationship?
A voice is heard in Ramah, lamentation, and bitter weeping, Rachel is weeping for her children; she refuses to be comforted for her children, because they are not. (Jeremiah 31:15)
In episode 61, our intrepid interfaithED duo once again try to make sense of a senseless act of gun violence. Praying. Click this LINK to give us a listen.
In episode 60 Dr. Jew and Rev. Gentile talk about crossing the line between evangelicals and mainliners. But there is so much more to share….where do we start? Since our last episode, we were a tour stop for the Welsh Troubadour Phil Wyman. Phil even interviewed the Jew about Pharisees. And even invited the Jew to join him on his summer tour in the UK. Visit the Jew’s gofundme page to offer him some support. And we got an advanced copy of David Finnegan-Hosey’s soon to be released “Christ on the Psych Ward.” Oh yeah, and we talk about cigars. CLICK THIS LINK.
In the latest episode of a Jew and a Gentile Walk into a Bar...Mitzvah, Rev. Chris, the Gentile, & Dr. Charles, the Jew, ramble on about doubt, faith, and Deus ex Machina.
In this episode, Dr. Jew and Rev. Gentile actually debate Scripture, Revelation, and interpretation.