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Dec 30, 2019

Philip Yancey is a bestselling author and generally lovely chap. In this episode he discusses suffering, what we get wrong about suffering, who we are in the Job story and the most important thing to know about God's attitude to suffering: that Jesus is always on the side of the sufferer.

Jonty unearthed this very...

Dec 25, 2019

Merry Christmas from Beer Christianity! A short episode to keep you company while you cook or chill. Drabs shares a reflection on Scripture while drinking a mediocre IPA. Jonty talks about Christmas blues and seasonal Good News while sipping on a Mimosa* and tea. Lau-Lau gets her friends to say hi and almost chokes...

Dec 21, 2019

Graham Greene wrote wonderfully challenging and troubling books with deeply Christian themes. He was called the greatest author of the 20th century. Jonty loves him. 

David Jasper is Professor Emeritus of Literature and Theology at the University of Glasgow. He's a lovely chap, and he talked to Beer Christianity about...

Nov 26, 2019

Is a real tree or a plastic one more environmentally friendly? Is a matt black tree disturbing? Can you do Christmas without consumerism? Is it ever okay to give a goat? Lau-Lau, Drabs and Jonty answer these and other yuletide questions. Listen to this long chat in Berro Lounge, Didcot, for the lowdown on...

Nov 11, 2019

Is it a sin to be rich? What should Christian politics and power look like? Jonty interviewed Shane Claiborne around 2010 and the authour/activist's answers are especially relevant today. Which is mildly depressing. Claiborne's progressive Christianity provides some inspiring answers we can apply right now. 

No Lau-Lau...