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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

Season 1, Episode 6

Latest Episodes

  • 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 anwered in this episode of the Every Woman a Theologian launch series!   This episode is based on chapter four of the book. Preorder here and grab you free bonuses!
  • In this episode based on chapter 3 of Every Woman a Theologian, we look at cosmology, anthropology and hamartiology: theologies of the universe, humanity and sin. You'll learn about the actual nature of the serpent in the Garden, why humanity had to be free to sin, what would happen if God did not permit evil, and how this impacts your daily life!   Books mentioned: The Unseen Realm by Dr. Michael Heiser Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis If God Why Evil by Norman Geisler Every Woman a Theologian by Phylicia Masonheimer
  • In the second episode of this mini-series on systematic theology, Phylicia digs into the "mean" Old Testament God and why we need a biblical view of *both* God's love and holiness to understand salvation through Christ. We talk about God's wrath, the redefining of love, and how God's holiness in the OT is what makes Him trustworthy today.   Based on Chapter Two of Every Woman a Theologian, available for preorder here:
  • In this first episode of a mini-series on systematic theology, Phylicia discusses why we need theology, what to do if you think it's "boring", and how NOT checking our theology impacts our lives. Then we begin a deep dive into a reader question about biblical interpretation and theology of the Bible.   This episode covers the topics in the intro and chapter one of Phylicia's new book, Every Woman a Theologian: Know What You Believe, Live It Confidently, Communicate It Graciously: available for preorder 1/9!

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.

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