Heaven & Earth features conversations between myself and another person who knows something fascinating. In these conversations, I play the role of the listener and ask questions to learn more about a topic.
Hopefully, this format helps you to find the joy of discovery. That forms the heart of Heaven & Earth because I am convinced most people learn through discussion, especially if the person they speak with has expertise in the topic at hand.
Another major feature of this podcast are topical series. These series will focus deeply on one topic and last for about ten episodes. The first season will be on Christology. The second season (Fall 2020) likely will cover the Book of Revelation. These will not be conversations but monologues and meditations on important topics.
I am releasing unedited versions of conversations on my YouTube channel (subscribe!) as well as the seasons on that platform too. The audio version will come out with minor editing (I stress minor), and I will release it across regular podcasting applications. I plan to focus on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
As episodes are released, I will add links to them here. You can also forthcoming episodes. Another option is to head over to this page to see the most recent podcasts.
- Craig Carter on Classical Theism
- Chad Graham on Anglicanism
- Ryan Hurd on Thomas Aquinas
- Michael Haykin on the Puritans
- Mitch Chase on typology and allegory
- Rafael Bello on the non assumptus
- Coleman Ford on Augustine
- Stan Fowler on the sacramental character of baptism
- Matt Emerson on baptist catholicity and retrieval
- Paul Maxwell on trauma and reformed theology
- Fred Sanders on the Trinity
- Nathaniel Gray Sutanto on Herman Bavinck
- Michael Vlach on Dispensationalism and the New Creation