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How can we live well together? What gives life purpose? What about technology, education, faith, capitalism, work, family? Is another life possible? Plough editor Peter Mommsen and senior editor Susannah Black dig deeper into perspectives from a wide variety of writers and thinkers appearing in the pages of Plough.
 
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In this episode our host DocPlague takes us through chapter two of the classic text "The Foundations of Leninism," by the one and only J. V. Stalin. Thank you for listening. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/ploughandstars)โดย Zolotin
 
Peter and Susannah talk about Mary Harrington’s piece on the business of online dating. What happens when butchering is removed from the marketplace? And what are we doing when we swipe right on someone, treating him or her as a commodity which might or might not pass muster? Then they talk with Plough contributing editor Leah Libresco Sargeant abo…
 
Paul Axton argues that in chapter 9 of Romans Paul is not talking about a double predestination of the Calvinist type. He is speaking of the way in which Israel’s vocation to be the people of the creator God, including specifically its calling to be the “vessels of wrath,” was the focal point of the plan to save the world. Become a Patron! If you e…
 
Paul Axton Preaches - The defining doctrine of evangelicalism, Calvin's penal substitution, subverts the biblical meaning of the work of Christ, trading a God of love for a wrathful pagan-like deity. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.โดย Forging Ploughshares
 
Can nature teach us how to live, or is the universe random and meaningless? In the first episode of The PloughCast’s new 6-part series about nature and creatures, Susannah quizzes Peter about his dog Hektor, who plays a starring role in Peter’s Plough editorial “The Book of Creatures.” They discuss the evolution of dogs, especially the way dogs’ fa…
 
Matt, Alan, Tim and Paul, in this initial discussion on Ro 9-11 discuss the mystery of Christ and the approach of David Bentley Hart and N.T, Wright to these chapters. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.โดย Forging Ploughshares
 
Paul Axton Preaches - John Calvin, by tying the place of the dead to eternal punishment and then linking this with the punishment inflicted on Christ on the Cross so as to achieve forgiveness, invented the doctrine of penal substitution. The correct translation of Isaiah 53 and the right understanding of the Apostles' Creed are set forth to counter…
 
Leah Libresco Sargeant offers a feminist critique of how modern society pushes women to change their bodies, in an essay that also covers anorexia, surrogacy, gender bias in medicine, and gender dysmorphia.โดย Plough
 
In this episode hosts, Doc Plague, CatDad and Redbenarr are joined by two guests, Ashes from the episode on Amazon, and Yid, an RAS member who helped plan the episode. The episode covers some of the roots of anti-Semitism, and how it is related to the contemporary phenomena of Zionism, the roots of Zionism as a bastardization of the labor movement,…
 
Paul Axton lectures on Romans 8, depicting the contrast with Romans 7, as now love, life, Abba Father, the Holy Spirit, hope, prayer, and a new depth of communion and communication appear which were absent in chapter 7. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.…
 
Paul Axton Preaches - The significance of recognizing the cosmic work of Christ as the predestined purpose and fulfillment of creation is that this is the only understanding adequate to overcoming the meaning generated by evil. To picture the work of Christ as a response to sin is to fit this work to an evil frame. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed t…
 
Eighteen years among Somali Muslims in the Horn of Africa have taught an American Christian that Islam’s five pillars apply to Christianity as well. In this excerpt from a new Plough book, Pillars, she describes what she has learned about one of these five pillars, prayer.โดย Plough
 
Can it ever be a Christian’s duty to kill? For Plough’s founding editor Eberhard Arnold, this question goes to the core of the meaning of Christianity, and of human life. His seven theses on the Biblical basis of pacifism were written in Germany, during dangerous years.โดย Plough
 
Paul Axton lectures on Romans 7 and discusses the identity of the "I" and the problem this "I" has with deception in regard to the law, which is definitive of sin. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.โดย Forging Ploughshares
 
Paul Axton Preaches - On this Mother's Day, the theological significance of John's privileging of women is portrayed. John seems to be narrating for us the theological point that to be joined to Christ will mean that we pass beyond stereotypical male/female roles in order to put on Christ – in order to be the bride of Christ. Become a Patron! If yo…
 
“The love of the peacemaker is a love that has force, that will not accept the injustices of the status quo.” Anthony Barr on love and justice through the lens of James Baldwin and Ta-Nehisi Coates.โดย Plough
 
Paul Axton lectures on Romans 6, explaining the "likeness" we share, through baptism, with Christ and how this eliminates the false orientation of the "body of death" and gives us access to being, and not simply having, a body. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.…
 
We have a lot to cover in terms of recent news since our last episode. Today on the Plough and Stars Red Bernarr, Doc Plague, and the Catdad address the Amazon union drive at Bessemer, the renewed violence in Colombia, the resurgence of embattled fascism in the US empire, and the threat of war with the PRC and Russian Federation directly or through…
 
Paul Axton Preaches - Churches indigenous to the U. S. follow the pattern of the early church - acknowledging nonviolent peace and then forsaking this original commitment. The key to maintaining this original peace stance is to correctly understand and implement a nonviolent atonement. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider d…
 
In this PBI course discussion Matt, Tim, David, Trenton, and Paul discuss the way in which the false foundation of conservative faith, reflected in the treatment of women, has missed the foundation of Christ. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work.โดย Forging Ploughshares
 
Paul Axton Preaches - Churches of the Restoration Movement once held to the doctrines of the historic peace churches as part of what was to be restored in the authentic church. By this measure, churches of this Movement do not meet the qualification of authentic Christianity, and as outlined by David Lipscomb, Alexander Campbell, and Barton W. Ston…
 
A statement from the RAS in regard to the show of convicting Derek Chauvin, and the need for systemic reform and the inter-relation between abolition and socialism. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/ploughandstars)โดย Zolotin
 
Paul Axton Preaches - The turn from Christ as ethical model also entails a turn from Christ as the full revelation of God. Abstractions about God's nature, apart from Christ, devolve to pure power and evil. The resolution is Christ's depiction of himself as revealing the will of God. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider don…
 
Paul Axton untangles the problem of the mistranslation in the Latin Vulgate taken up and incorporated into Augustinian theology. A straightforward explanation of the reign of death, at the root of sin, and the defeat of this reign is set forth.โดย Forging Ploughshares
 
This episode included an Anabaptist and an Anglican in conversation as they attempted to address listener questions include the following: I'm convinced that Christians should not use lethal violence. Does scripture outline what those who don't follow Jesus, acting on behalf of the state, should or shouldn't do with regard to levels of violence to …
 
Jason and Paul look back over the past 5 years and 500 podcasts to the beginning of Forging Ploughshares and the founding of Ploughshares Bible Institute and discuss where we have been and plans for the future. In celebration we introduce our new intro and outro.โดย Forging Ploughshares
 
Paul Axton Preaches - The world challenging nature of the Gospel was itself challenged by the Constantinian shift, which seemed to have made the former enemy the support of the church. But the question is, if this Roman violentization of church and theology can be uncritically accepted? Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider …
 
Felix Manz was the first martyr of the Radical Reformation, drowned by his fellow Christians for performing adult baptisms. His story is a story of a world on fire with commitment to Christ, with friends who became enemies wrestling over nonviolence, justice for the poor, and the meaning of the gospel. Pete and Susannah discuss what his time has to…
 
In this PBI course discussion Tim, David, Allan, Matt, and Paul discuss the impact of Constantinianism on what was presumed to be the unbiased consensus, the shared natural understanding, reached in the church councils. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work. Music: Bensound…
 
Paul Axton preaches - Mary demonstrates the human temptation to linger at the tomb. Human culture and religion, along with contractual theology, would reify death but the Easter story empties the grave and the law of sin and death. Only in turning from the tomb can we see the risen Jesus. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please conside…
 
This time last year, Plough contributing editor Gracy Olmstead, unexpectedly, found that she was pregnant. With two toddler daughters and the Covid pandemic picking up steam, what does it take to welcome a child you did not plan for – or even want? What does radical hospitality look like, and how do the demands of carrying a child open our hearts? …
 
In this PBI course discussion Tim, Allan, Austin, Trenton, Matt, and Paul discuss how contractual or justification theory has captured the Western understanding of Romans interpreters and a practical alternative is discussed. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work. Music: Bensound…
 
Wherein I discuss my attitudes towards space, sacred space, and views thereof. Sorry for the delay! "He is risen" is because this came out on Easter. Because I am a child at heart. Sources referenced: Michael Lipka, Roman Gods. Arnold van Gennep, The Rites of Passage. Cicero, De Domo Sua. Mircea Eliade, Sacred and Profane. Jenn Cianca, Sacred Ritua…
 
Paul Axton Preaches - In the Triumphal Entry Jesus not only reverses the crowds nationalistic expectations but reverses the myth of death denial by which the Prince of this world enslaves. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work. Music: Bensoundโดย Forging Ploughshares
 
An excerpt from Scott Beauchamp’s memoir of his time in the military, Did You Kill Anyone? highlights what it was that he found in his service: meaning, the sense of a non-trivial life, a life that was not just about his own curated experience. Meanwhile, Scott Button’s account of his own grandfather’s commitment to pacifism, and the adventures on …
 
In this lecture on Romans 4, Paul Axton depicts Abraham's faith as an organic reversal of universal death denial (sin) through the death acceptance of resurrection faith. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work. Music: Bensoundโดย Forging Ploughshares
 
Paul Axton Preaches - What sacrifice do you believe in, the sacrificial systems of this world inclusive of war and sin or the sacrifice of Christ which has ended the sacrifice of war and sin? Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work. Music: Bensoundโดย Forging Ploughshares
 
In 1920, Eberhard Arnold founded both the Bruderhof and the magazine and publishing house that are now called Plough. From the beginning, Christian nonviolence was a core part of his understanding of what it was to be a Christian and a witness to the Gospel. But this peaceful living was in no way passive, safe, or milquetoast. Learn more about Eber…
 
Paul Axton, in this lecture on Romans 3, applies the "faith of" Christ to being made right (righteousness) in regard to the incapacity for faithfulness created by the lie of sin. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work. Music: Bensoundโดย Forging Ploughshares
 
Paul Axton Preaches - To find where God is at work requires looking beyond the symbolic/law which determines significance in human values, to the value of the cross which suspends ("as if not") the principles and powers of this world. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work. Music: Bensound…
 
This time last year, almost everyone was convinced that, here in the USA, we don’t do political violence: we solve our political problems without blood in the street. But since then, on both left and right, “it’s not real violence if the good guys are doing it” has become a common argument. How did this happen, is it wrong to see parallels between …
 
In this third lecture on Romans Paul Axton deals with the difference between the "faith in" and "faith of" Christ and the difference between an objective cognitive faith as found in contractual theology and a holistic faithfulness, truer to the Greek and fitting the faithfulness of Abraham. The issue of available light and the mysterious Gentiles w…
 
Catdad, Doc and Red are joined by special guest Ash to discuss the nascent unionization efforts by Amazon employees in Bessemer, Alabama, along with the despicable workplace practices and anti-union propaganda workers at Amazon facilities or subsidiaries might face in their day-to-day. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/ploughandstars)…
 
Paul Axton Preaches - Can you love someone and kill them? Most all Protestants answer, yes, in regard to killing in a just war, but this is a reversal of the teaching of Jesus. The problem is a separation of the life of Christ from his teaching and the resolution is to restore Jesus as model. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please con…
 
In this opening discussion of the theme of Romans Matt, Tim, Allan, Austin, and Paul discuss the real world difference of being made right in regard to sin, death, and desire. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work. Music: Bensoundโดย Forging Ploughshares
 
Paul Axton Preaches - After Constantine the cross is completely changed in meaning. Instead of a reviled instrument of torture and representative of a nonviolent sacrifice, it is made into an emblem of war and the official sign of Empire. Constantinianism changes Christianity and we must be able to discern this change to understand the New Testamen…
 
In this second lecture on Romans Paul Axton sets aside the pervasive notions of a contractual understanding which have obscured access to Paul's depiction of the human predicament and its resolution in Christ. Become a Patron! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to support our work. Music: Bensound…
 
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