The Hero of the Story Podcast
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We’ve all heard (or said) something like “I could never forgive [insert name here],” “believe in yourself,” or any of the other popular sayings we’ve explored in recent weeks on this podcast. As we bring our series on popular sayings to a close, Brian and Aaron are joined by Shane Pruitt, to discuss why these …Continue Reading
“When God closes a door, He opens a new one.” But does He always? And if a door opens, does it mean that we should always walk through it? Listen in as we continue our series on popular theology and Brian and Aaron discuss the wisdom of this saying on The Hero of the Story. …Continue Reading
We’re continuing our series on the bits of popular theology that seep into the lives of believers. On this episode, we’re dealing with our control issues and the oft-seen saying, “God is my co-pilot.” Listen in as we discuss whether this saying reflects a gospel-centered perspective and how we can pursue something greater on today’s …Continue Reading
Whenever we are trying to comfort a friend or loved one, we often don’t know what to say. What can you say to someone who is grieving the loss of a child, for example? While there are many things we can say or do, sometimes we say things that are well-meaning, but aren’t true. Sayings …Continue Reading
The popular wisdom of our culture encourages us to listen to our hearts—to do what makes us happy and pursue our own flourishing, however we choose to define it. As we continue our exploration of the bits of popular theology and common sayings that influence our faith, we’re exploring this idea to see why listening …Continue Reading
Over the last several centuries, there are a few clichés or bits of popular theology that have crept into our vocabulary—and into our worldview as believers. But are they true? Brian and Aaron are exploring some of the most common sayings, looking at what can be commended and what should be challenged in each, and, …Continue Reading