Episodes

164. Mars Hill, Pens, Tattoos, and (Much) More

Since this is the last episode before our annual August break, we thought it would be fun to discuss a variety of topics for an extended period of time. We get into: The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill podcast Rob's bolt-action pe...

163. Philippians 4:10-23 | The End of Philippians

Today we come to the end of our study through the book of Philippians! In this episode, you'll hear us discuss: The secret to being content. The importance of gospel partnerships. Living out what it is to put others ahead of ...

162. Philippians 4:2-9 | Side by Side in the Gospel

In today's episode, you'll hear: Us air our grievances with audio equipment. About two Christian, Philippian women who were in a spat and the call to reconciliation. The command to strive side by side alongside one another in...

161. Philippians 3:10-4:1 – Striving Toward the Goal

This week we take a look at Philippians 3:10-4:1. We discuss the goal of perfection/maturity that Paul strives after; wade into some Downton Abbey waters; and somehow squeeze the enjoyment levels of in-person vs. television s...

160. Philippians 3:1-9 – No Confidence in the Flesh (with Luke Davis)

Today we bring Luke Davis on the ep to think through Philippians 3:1-9. We discuss Paul's pedigree, hot chicken, and the end times. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/simple-theology/donations Advertising Inquiri...

159. Philippians 2:19-30 – Seeking the Interests of Christ

Today we're in Philippians 2:19-30, and Rob records straight from the SBC annual gathering in Nashville! Can you tell? What marks Christians apart from others? How did the Philippian church, Paul, Timothy, and Epaphroditus se...

158. Philippians 2:12-18 – Living as Lights in the World

This week we look at Philippians 2:12-18 and discuss what it means to live as lights in the world. We get into the following: The tension of working out your own salvation in light of God's sovereignty (Phil. 2:12-13). How to...

157. Philippians 2:5-11 – The Humility of Christ

Last week we looked at Christian humility and the call each of us have to consider others more significant than ourselves. This week, we see the "why" behind that call. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/simple-t...

156. Philippians 2:1-4 – Christian Humility

Continue our voyage through Philippians, today we discuss Philippians 2:1-4. What is Christian humility? What is it grounded in? How can we practically live this out? Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/simple-the...

155. Philippians 1:21-30 – To Live is Christ, and to Die is Gain

After taking a week off, we're back at it picking up where we left off in Philippians. We take a look at Philippians 1:21-30 and flesh out some of the implications of what Paul meant when he said "to live is Christ, and to di...

Philippians 1:12-20 – Imprisonment, Gospel Advancement, and Confidence

This week we continue our march through Philippians by looking at 1:12-20. In it, we see the advancement of the gospel through Paul's imprisonment and the repercussions of this work. Support this podcast at — https://redcircl...

153. Philippians 1:3-11 – Joy, Gratitude, and Knowledge (with Luke Davis)

Today we find ourselves back in Philippians to take a closer look at Philippians 1:3-11. Last week was a brief overview of the book, and today we get to dive a bit deeper. Special guest, Luke Davis adds keen insights as well!...

152. A Brief Overview of Philippians

This week we take a quick look at the book of Philippians. What are some key takeaways? What are consistent themes? Who would most benefit from this epistle? EPISODE NOTES | SUPPORT | INSTAGRAM info@simpletheology.org • #simp...

151. On Penal Substitutionary Atonement

This week we take a look at penal substitutionary atonement. What is it? What does it mean? Is it necessary? What the naysayers say. Is it in Scripture? EPISODE NOTES | SUPPORT | INSTAGRAM info@simpletheology.org • #simplethe...

150. On Anxiety

Today we hop into the topic of anxiety. What is anxiety? Where does it stem from? What is some practical counsel for those wrestling with it? EPISODE NOTES | SUPPORT | INSTAGRAM info@simpletheology.org • #simpletheologypod • ...

149. Was Peter the First Pope?

Today we take some time to look at Matthew 16:18. Was Jesus proclaiming Peter to be the first Pope? Is this passage justification for the Papal office? Who/What is the "rock" that Jesus will build his church on? EPISODE NOTES...

148. On the Tension of Our Faith

This week we take a look at the conclusion of 1 John (5:18-21). We take some time to unpack one of the tensions of our faith, namely, that we are called to work out our salvation while also acknowledging that it is God who wo...

147. Going Deep & Keeping It Simple

This week we take a listener question from Brandon, who asks about discerning when to go deep in the Scriptures versus when to keep it simple. We love getting questions from listeners, and this is a helpful one! Tune in, and ...

146. The Storm Within (Mark 5:1-20)

Last week Rick took some time to do a sermon recap and this week Rob takes some time to do the same thing. We're looking at Mark 5:1-20, so open up your Bibles and dive in with us! EPISODE NOTES | SUPPORT | INSTAGRAM info@sim...

145. The Implications of Regeneration (John 5:1-4)

Today the guys take a look at the text that Rick preached this past Sunday (John 5:1-4), and discuss the implications of regeneration. EPISODE NOTES | SUPPORT | INSTAGRAM info@simpletheology.org • #simpletheologypod • 614.233...

144. On Gender Roles (Complementarianism)

Today we discuss the contentious topic of gender roles. We touched on this a bit in the last episode, and offer a further elaboration in this week's episode. EPISODE NOTES | SUPPORT | INSTAGRAM info@simpletheology.org • #simp...

143. The Offices of the Church

Today we continue talking about the local church, and in doing so, we take dive into the topic of Biblical church offices. How many are there? What does each “office” mean? Why do church offices matter? Are there restrictions...

142. On Church Discipline

Today we plunge into the ever-so-fun topic of church discipline. Surprisingly, we've never devoted an entire episode to this, so here we go. What is "church discipline?" Why is it important? What are some arguments against it...

141. The Unity of the Church

Despite the train wreck of an intro, today we're able to pull it together long enough to provide some (hopefully) meaningful discussion around the unity of the Church. What are we to be unified around? When is appropriate to ...