Two Texts
Gratis podcast

Two Texts

Podcast door John Andrews and David Harvey

A Podcast about the Bible Every two weeks, from two different countries, the two hosts of the Two Texts podcast pick two biblical texts to talk about.Dr John Andrews and Dr David Harvey share a mutual fascination with the Bible. Simple yet complex; ancient yet relevant; challenging yet comforting. But one thing that fascinates them consistently is that, like a kaleidoscope, no matter how many times they look at it there is something new, fresh and exciting to talk about.This podcast is designed for you regardless of how much or how little you've read the Bible. Grab a hot beverage, a notepad (or app), and a Bible, sit back, listen, enjoy, and learn to also become fascinated (or grow your fascination) with this exciting, compelling and mysterious book. John and David are two friends who love teaching the Bible and have both been privileged enough to be able to spend their careers doing this - in colleges, universities, churches, homes and coffee shops. The two of them have spent extended periods of time as teaching staff and leadership in seminary and church contexts. John has regularly taught at David's church, and there was even a point where John was David's boss! Nowadays David is a Priest and Pastor in Calgary, Canada, and John teaches and consults for churches in the UK and around the world. They're both married with children (John 3, David 1) and in John's case even grandchildren. In their down time you'll find them cooking, reading, running or watching football (but the one thing they don't agree on is which team to support). If you want to get in touch with either of them about something in the podcast you can reach out on podcast@twotexts.com or by liking and following the Two Texts podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. If you enjoy the podcast, we’d love it if you left a review or comment where you’re listening from – and if you really enjoyed it, why not share it with a friend? 

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episode Questions and Miracles | Disruptive Presence 102 artwork
Questions and Miracles | Disruptive Presence 102
Drop us a text message to say hi and let us know what you think of the show. [https://www.buzzsprout.com/twilio/text_messages/1746997/open_sms] In which David and John discuss Acts 19 and the significance of the Holy Spirit's work in the early church. They highlight the importance of asking the right questions and the power of boldness in proclaiming the gospel. They also explore the historical and cultural context of Ephesus and the role of miracles in the early church. Episode 157 of the Two Texts Podcast | Disruptive Presence 102 If you want to get in touch about something in the podcast you can reach out on podcast@twotexts.com or by liking and following the Two Texts podcast on Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/twotexts], Instagram [http://www.instagram.com/two.texts] and Twitter [http://www.twitter.com/twotexts]. If you enjoy the podcast, we’d love it if you left a review or comment where you’re listening from – and if you really enjoyed it, why not share it with a friend? Music by Woodford Music [https://www.instagram.com/woodfordmusic/] (c) 2021 ________ Help us keep Two Texts free for everyone by becoming a supporter of the show  John and David want to ensure that Two Texts always remains free content for everyone. We don't want to create a paywall or have premium content that would exclude others.  However, Two Texts costs us around £60 per month (US$75; CAD$100) to make. If you'd like to support the show with even just a small monthly donation it would help ensure we can continue to produce the content that you love.  Thank you so much. Support the Show. [https://www.buzzsprout.com/1746997/support]
11 jul 2024 - 42 min
episode Unexpected Disciples | Disruptive Presence 101 artwork
Unexpected Disciples | Disruptive Presence 101
Drop us a text message to say hi and let us know what you think of the show. [https://www.buzzsprout.com/twilio/text_messages/1746997/open_sms] In which John and David discuss the unexpected disciples Paul encounters in Ephesus, highlighting the centrality of the Holy Spirit in the early church. In Ephesus we see how Spiritual Formation was handled immediately with a sense of urgency, keeping the Holy Spirit primary and asking good questions to guide the journey. Again, we note that the Spirit stretched across diversity, underscoring the welcoming nature of the early church. Episode 156 of the Two Texts Podcast | Disruptive Presence 101 If you want to get in touch about something in the podcast you can reach out on podcast@twotexts.com or by liking and following the Two Texts podcast on Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/twotexts], Instagram [http://www.instagram.com/two.texts] and Twitter [http://www.twitter.com/twotexts]. If you enjoy the podcast, we’d love it if you left a review or comment where you’re listening from – and if you really enjoyed it, why not share it with a friend? Music by Woodford Music [https://www.instagram.com/woodfordmusic/] (c) 2021 ________ Help us keep Two Texts free for everyone by becoming a supporter of the show  John and David want to ensure that Two Texts always remains free content for everyone. We don't want to create a paywall or have premium content that would exclude others.  However, Two Texts costs us around £60 per month (US$75; CAD$100) to make. If you'd like to support the show with even just a small monthly donation it would help ensure we can continue to produce the content that you love.  Thank you so much. Support the Show. [https://www.buzzsprout.com/1746997/support]
09 jul 2024 - 39 min
episode Teach Well and Trust the Spirit | Disruptive Presence 100 artwork
Teach Well and Trust the Spirit | Disruptive Presence 100
Drop us a text message to say hi and let us know what you think of the show. [https://www.buzzsprout.com/twilio/text_messages/1746997/open_sms] As we reach 100 episodes of our Acts series (which we planned as a short series for the summer of 2022!) our latest show delves into the intricate details of Paul’s missionary journey and the role of Apollos in Acts 18:18-28. We explore the themes of how the early church took the Spirit and theological accuracy seriously. It is worth paying attention to how the Acts church didn't see the tension often felt today between fervour and knowledge in spreading the Gospel. Episode 155 of the Two Texts Podcast | Disruptive Presence 100 If you want to get in touch about something in the podcast you can reach out on podcast@twotexts.com or by liking and following the Two Texts podcast on Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/twotexts], Instagram [http://www.instagram.com/two.texts] and Twitter [http://www.twitter.com/twotexts]. If you enjoy the podcast, we’d love it if you left a review or comment where you’re listening from – and if you really enjoyed it, why not share it with a friend? Music by Woodford Music [https://www.instagram.com/woodfordmusic/] (c) 2021 ________ Help us keep Two Texts free for everyone by becoming a supporter of the show  John and David want to ensure that Two Texts always remains free content for everyone. We don't want to create a paywall or have premium content that would exclude others.  However, Two Texts costs us around £60 per month (US$75; CAD$100) to make. If you'd like to support the show with even just a small monthly donation it would help ensure we can continue to produce the content that you love.  Thank you so much. Support the Show. [https://www.buzzsprout.com/1746997/support]
27 jun 2024 - 34 min
episode Relational Integrity and the Holy Spirit | Disruptive Presence 99 artwork
Relational Integrity and the Holy Spirit | Disruptive Presence 99
Drop us a text message to say hi and let us know what you think of the show. [https://www.buzzsprout.com/twilio/text_messages/1746997/open_sms] In which John and David discuss Paul's trust in divine guidance throughout his ministry and travel. Even during a brief stay in Ephesus we see that Paul prefers a missionary "strategy" that combines relational integrity with a commitment to the work of the Holy Spirit rather than a strong "authority and accountability" model. In Paul we see a model of how to trust others and leave space for the leading of the Holy Spirit, even if it means stepping back from authority ourselves? Episode 154 of the Two Texts Podcast | Disruptive Presence 99 If you want to get in touch about something in the podcast you can reach out on podcast@twotexts.com or by liking and following the Two Texts podcast on Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/twotexts], Instagram [http://www.instagram.com/two.texts] and Twitter [http://www.twitter.com/twotexts]. If you enjoy the podcast, we’d love it if you left a review or comment where you’re listening from – and if you really enjoyed it, why not share it with a friend? Music by Woodford Music [https://www.instagram.com/woodfordmusic/] (c) 2021 ________ Help us keep Two Texts free for everyone by becoming a supporter of the show  John and David want to ensure that Two Texts always remains free content for everyone. We don't want to create a paywall or have premium content that would exclude others.  However, Two Texts costs us around £60 per month (US$75; CAD$100) to make. If you'd like to support the show with even just a small monthly donation it would help ensure we can continue to produce the content that you love.  Thank you so much. Support the Show. [https://www.buzzsprout.com/1746997/support]
25 jun 2024 - 38 min
episode Priscilla and Aquila: Fellow Gospel Workers | Disruptive Presence 98 artwork
Priscilla and Aquila: Fellow Gospel Workers | Disruptive Presence 98
Drop us a text message to say hi and let us know what you think of the show. [https://www.buzzsprout.com/twilio/text_messages/1746997/open_sms] In which John and David delve into the significance of Priscilla and Aquila as a ministry couple, their role as fellow workers with Paul, and the broader theme of gender equality and partnership in ministry. They also explore the idea of discipleship and ministry, the role of Phoebe, and the concept of ruling the earth as male and female made in the image of God. The conversation draws connections between Acts 18 and Romans 16, highlighting the unfolding vision of humanity in the church. See Paula Gooder's Pheobe which we mentioned in the episode [https://www.gooder.me.uk/books/phoebe-a-story/] Episode 153 of the Two Texts Podcast | Disruptive Presence 98 If you want to get in touch about something in the podcast you can reach out on podcast@twotexts.com or by liking and following the Two Texts podcast on Facebook [https://www.facebook.com/twotexts], Instagram [http://www.instagram.com/two.texts] and Twitter [http://www.twitter.com/twotexts]. If you enjoy the podcast, we’d love it if you left a review or comment where you’re listening from – and if you really enjoyed it, why not share it with a friend? Music by Woodford Music [https://www.instagram.com/woodfordmusic/] (c) 2021 ________ Help us keep Two Texts free for everyone by becoming a supporter of the show  John and David want to ensure that Two Texts always remains free content for everyone. We don't want to create a paywall or have premium content that would exclude others.  However, Two Texts costs us around £60 per month (US$75; CAD$100) to make. If you'd like to support the show with even just a small monthly donation it would help ensure we can continue to produce the content that you love.  Thank you so much. Support the Show. [https://www.buzzsprout.com/1746997/support]
20 jun 2024 - 31 min
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