In this episode Phylicia discusses whether Christians should boycott Target or other secular companies when their values differ from the Christian worldview. We look at a history of pagan marketplaces and 1 Corinthians 8 to answer the question!
Christian Life & Theology
After receiving multiple questions about consequences in parenting (and asking them herself) Phylicia dove into Scripture to see what it said about consequences, condemnation and punishment. Are they the same? Different? If different, how?
Phylicia discusses why Christians who are into theology can become so “mean” by looking at the call to both sound teaching and gracious delivery. We look at the three tiers of doctrine, the goal of maturity, and how to understand denominational differences
This bonus episode may sound a little different because it is a conversation that Phylicia had with Matthew Jacobson live on Instagram.
In this episode Phylicia discusses Leviticus 19:28 and how to interpret tough passages in Leviticus in light of today’s culture. You can watch the video breakdown of this topic on her Instagram highlight, Leviticus, and grab the book Every Woman a Theologian on Christianbook, Amazon, or Target!
Many Christians suffer intense fear and anxiety over the end times. But Revelation is a book of hope and victory – so where does this come from? In this episode we talk about persecution, God’s wrath, and why God’s loving justice and call to endurance should encourage all of us to view the end times with hope.
What did Jesus intend when He founded the church? Is American Christianity “it”?
In this episode Phylicia breaks down chapter seven of Every Woman a Theologian and how the church in Acts functioned – and how that translates to today. We also touch on the need for both reformation and revival and how our relationships with other Christians are a pivotal part of our witness.
Our listeners aren’t dummies – but sometimes we need a super simple, practical, manual for understanding theological things! That’s what today’s episode is about: Pneumatology, or the theology of the Holy Spirit, and how He impacts our daily life.
In this episode Phylicia discusses soteriology – the perspectives on salvation within Christianity. We talk about what it means to be “justified”, why changed identity is central to salvation, and the four major viewpoints about being saved.
Is God choosing who is saved, or can we respond to God?
We’ll learn a little about both sides and also discuss the origin and importance of denominations.
In this episode of the systematic theology mini-series, Phylicia looks at christology. Why does it matter that Jesus is human AND divine? Did He exist before He came to earth, and if so why? Did Jesus make a claim to be God or was that made up by His disciples? All these and more answered in this episode of the Every Woman a Theologian launch series!