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Doctrine and systematic theology have their place. They are the guardrails in theology and our Christian walk. The problem is more times than not we encounter God outside the box. We encounter him in movies, music, literature, art, culture, and life. This podcast is all about finding God outside of Sunday mornings and the mundane. It's all about finding God outside the box.

Doctrine and systematic theology have their place. They are the guardrails in theology and our Christian walk. The problem is more times than not we encounter God outside the box. We encounter him in movies, music, literature, art, culture, and life. This podcast is all about finding God outside of Sunday mornings and the mundane. It's all about finding God outside the box.
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Doctrine and systematic theology have their place. They are the guardrails in theology and our Christian walk. The problem is more times than not we encounter God outside the box. We encounter him in movies, music, literature, art, culture, and life. This podcast is all about finding God outside of Sunday mornings and the mundane. It's all about finding God outside the box.

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Episodes

#010: Momento Mori

3/3/2019
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There’s an old saying that says only 2 things are guaranteed in life: death and taxes. In the last episode I discussed the concepts of current life expectancy rates, radical life extension, and preparing your children for the 22nd century, because current research is doing its best to try and curb death for lengthy periods of time, or even in definitely. But there’s always two sides to every coin, and we really have to live in surround sound. We have to look at both sides, and listen to the...

Duration:00:15:32

#009: Life Expectancy, Radical Life Extension, & Preparing For The 22nd Century

2/1/2019
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Today's episode explore life expectancy, radical life expectancy, the longevity escape velocity, and preparing your children to live in the 22nd century. 2018 Life Expectancy Numbers http://www.geoba.se/population.php?pc=world&type=015&year=2018&st=rank&asde=&page=1 Could babies born today live to 150? https://www.cbsnews.com/news/could-babies-born-today-live-to-150/ Aubrey De Grey https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aubrey_de_Grey Intro to Grey's Research https://youtu.be/Y2oN0b1D0qE Longevity...

Duration:00:18:31

#008: Serendipity In Chaos

1/16/2019
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#008: Serendipity In Chaos by Daniel Passini

Duration:00:06:04

#007: Did You Polish Jesus Today?

12/4/2018
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What defines a successful day for you? Don Keough, the ex-president of Coca-Cola from 1981-1993, had a specific answer to this question. How can we apply it to following Christ? Here is some information on Mr. Keough's legacy at Coca-Cola. https://www.coca-colacompany.com/stories/donald-r-keough-1926-2015

Duration:00:06:45

#006: John Allen Chau, The North Sentinel Island, & The Question We Should Ask

11/27/2018
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John Allen Chau was recently killed on the North Sentinel Island. I have seen vitriol and hatred for both sides of the argument concerning his actions, but everyone missed the one one question we really should have been asking. Give it a listen and join the conversation.

Duration:00:13:27

#005: What Can The Amish Teach Us About Technology And Community?

11/25/2018
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The Amish are often looked at as the most austere form of Christianity. The first thing that comes to mind when someone mentions the Amish community is "anti-technology." The first images that show up in our minds are those of bonnets, horse drawn carriages, and farming communities stuck in the 18th century. So, what can the Amish teach us about technology and community? In today's episode of Asystematic Theology I explore the 3 questions the Amish use to when approaching any new technology.

Duration:00:13:42

#004: The God At The Top Of The Page

11/12/2018
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#004: The God At The Top Of The Page by Daniel Passini

Duration:00:03:32

#003: Did Adam And Eve Have Belly Buttons? Imago Dei And The Body Of Christ

11/5/2018
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In today's episode of Asystematic Theology I explore belly buttons. It's a funny topic, but I ponder the question Did Adam and Eve have belly buttons? I share some interesting history about artwork with Adam and Eve. Also, does the body of Christ have I belly button? And since we are made in the image of God, does that mean God has a belly button? On the show notes blog post you can find artwork through the ages, as well as addition resources.

Duration:00:08:41

#002: Cambridge And A Cloud Of Witnesses

11/1/2018
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In today's episode I share about a recent trip to Cambridge, England and how it relates to our Christian walk. America and England do not understand time and distance the same. Have you ever stepped into a 900 year old building? When I did it made scripture come alive in a new way. I also share some photos in the blog post associated with this episode. I unravel some of Hebrews 12, and share how we live in community in the context of today, and in light of eternity. Therefore, since we have...

Duration:00:11:08

#001: What Is Asystematic Theology?

10/28/2018
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Welcome to the very first episode of Asystematic Theology. Today I break down what it is and share a story that shows when we try to clean up life it actually does more harm than good. There is life in the messiness, outside of the box. You can find the story in "Messy: The Power Of Disorder To Transform Our Lives" by Tim Harford. You can find it here: https://amzn.to/2yFPJ4b

Duration:00:07:48