Do Theology with Jeremy Howard & Kenn Chipchase

Conversations about theology and life.

Hosted ByJeremy Howard & Kenn Chipchase

Our podcast explores different areas of theology from varying practical perspectives. We are not only concerned with understanding the details of doctrines, but also the weightiness of doctrine in the larger evangelical landscape.

Kenn and Jeremy are both pastors. Kenn is currently planting a church in southern Indiana and Jeremy pastors a growing congregation just south of Provo, Utah. Both hosts earned degrees in biblical doctrine from Calvary Bible College in Kansas City, Missouri.

The conversations had in this podcast are important for church leaders and Christian laypeople alike. It is important for all believers to understand doctrine and what is and isn’t “of first importance.”

All Episodes

Nate Pickowicz on How to Eat Your Bible

We had Nate Pickowicz on to talk about his book How to Eat Your Bible and what it's like to minister in post-Chrisitan New England Buy How to Eat Your...

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Tweeners: Losing Salvation, Gender Roles, and Age of Earth

What do we do with issues that are hard to discern where they fit on the chart? In this episode, we specifically look at three issues and try to...

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Bob Kauflin: Music Is Great, but Jesus Is Greater

We had a great conversation with Bob Kauflin, the director of Sovereign Grace Music. Sovereign Grace Music has free chord charts and sheet music for hundreds of great songs: Bob's...

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The Seared, Cleansed, & Wounded Conscience

Have you ever wondered about the "Seared Conscience"? What does the Bible say about how we ought to steward our conscience? Jeremy and Kenn break down key biblical texts...

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Matt Slick on Pretty Much Everything…Even Aliens

What a conversation we had with Matt Slick! Slick is the founder of and hosts Matt Slick Live, where he defends the faith and answers your questions. You...

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Jeremy Howard

Show Co-Host
Do Theology


Kenn Chipchase

Show Co-Host
Do Theology

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