The Verity Podcast
The Verity podcast is hosted by author, speaker and public theologian Phylicia Masonheimer. Covering topics of faith and culture from a biblical perspective, through a historical lens, the podcast is designed to inspire you to ask better questions, go deeper in faith, and defend your beliefs with both grace and logic.
Featured Episode: Legalism
- Fruitful, Gospel Conversations about Race Join Charaia Callabrass as we discuss understanding Black culture, CRT, how to navigate triggering terms for conservatives, and whether “just preach the gospel” is the best response to the issue of racism. Audio note: This episode was originally recorded on Instagram Live.
- In this episode we do a rapid fire Q&A through your questions from Instagram's Ask Anything Monday! Thanks so much for submitting them. We discuss: my shopping fast, charismatic gifts and the New Age, and more.
- Brenna Blain joins Phylicia to share her personal testimony of same sex attraction and how her faith in Christ interacts with it. We talk about how Christians can love and live well with SSA friends and family, how to respond to those who think acknowledging SSA means you don’t think Christ sanctifies/saves, and “hate the sin love the sinner”.
- Is Easter actually a pagan holiday? If not, what about bunnies and eggs? This episode is an adventure through church history as we look at where Easter comes from, how it got its name, and how it was celebrated over the centuries. We also touch on Christian Passovers and the resource guide if you want to study further.
- What's the down low on spiritual gifts? In this episode we do a high level view of the two primary views on the topic: cessationism and continuationism. We talk about the main proof texts for these views, some of the implications and the dangers, and why 1 Cor 13 is the guiding principle through it all.
About Your Host
Phylicia Masonheimer is a best-selling author, speaker, and founder of Every Woman a Theologian. She teaches strong-hearted women how to follow Christ’s call in work, home, and the world.
She writes about the Bible, productivity, and sexuality on her website, and her latest book is entitled Stop Calling Me Beautiful: Finding Soul-Deep Strength in a Skin-Deep World.
She lives with her husband and two daughters in northern Michigan.