In this conversation, Ashley sits down with Hannah Anderson to talk about a liturgy within nature and how this effects our faith. We talk spiritual formation, a new way of seeing, and what nature has to teach us.MORE ABOUT OUR GUESTHannah Anderson is the author of several books, the most recent of which is Turning of Days: Lessons from Nature, Season and Spirit. She is an author, speaker, and works alongside her husband in rural ministry with their three children in the Blue Ridge mountains of Virginia.LINKSHannah Anderson’s latest book, Turning of DaysHannah’s website: https://www.sometimesalight.comFollow Hannah on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sometimesalightSHARE“I’m asking readers to develop a new way of engaging the world.” @sometimesalight @aahales #findingholypodcast“I'm drawing connections between nature and trying to translate that. I wanted to help readers understand that for themselves.” @sometimesalight @aahales #findingholypodcast“There are deep truths that weave through the warp and woof of creation. The God who wrote the scripture is the God who created the world.” @sometimesalight @aahales #findingholypodcast“Nature is a common tongue. We have so little that is shared or agreed upon now.” @sometimesalight @aahales #findingholypodcast“The conversation around creation shouldn’t just engage around natural revelation or creation care.” @sometimesalight @aahales #findingholypodcastONE SMALL STEPGet outside! Go out in nature 5 days a week. Bring someone with you. Take a walk. Pay attention to lessons nature has to teach you!Consider praying and asking: What does nature have to teach me about myself, God, others, and my place? Tag me at @aahales on Instagram or Twitter to discuss what you’re learning.SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW! If you’ve found this episode helpful and encouraging, please share it with a friend! Leaving a review on iTunes helps keep the conversations going.*links to Amazon are affiliate links
The 'Sin' of Empathy? (with Hannah Anderson and Joe Rigney)
The moral character of empathy has recently been a subject of contentious online debate among Christians. Joe Rigney and Hannah Anderson, who have both engaged in these disputes with their different concerns, join me for an extended discussion of the question, hoping to clear up some misunderstandings on both sides and to break some differences down to size.Within the conversation we mention various articles and other material.Joe Rigney:The Enticing Sin of Empathy: https://www.desiringgod.org/articles/the-enticing-sin-of-empathyDangerous Compassion: https://www.desiringgod.org/articles/dangerous-compassionDo You Feel My Pain?: https://www.desiringgod.org/articles/do-you-feel-my-painMan Rampant Interview: https://www.amazon.com/Man-Rampant/dp/B07Z8G12XPAbigail Dodds:The Beauty and Abuse of Empathy: https://www.desiringgod.org/articles/the-beauty-and-abuse-of-empathyPaul Bloom:The Case Against Empathy: https://www.vox.com/conversations/2017/1/19/14266230/empathy-morality-ethics-psychology-compassion-paul-bloomAgainst Empathy: https://amzn.to/3r1A5bAEdwin Friedman:A Failure of Nerve: https://amzn.to/30TmUz7My summary of A Failure of Nerve: https://alastairadversaria.files.wordpress.com/2016/10/self-and-leadership.pdfBrené Brown:On Empathy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Evwgu369JwDaring Greatly: https://amzn.to/30TngWtShame and Empathy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQiFfA7KfF0If you have enjoyed my videos and podcasts, please tell your friends. If you are interested in supporting my videos and podcasts and my research more generally, please consider supporting my work on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/zugzwanged), using my PayPal account (https://bit.ly/2RLaUcB), or by buying books for my research on Amazon (https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/36WVSWCK4X33O?ref_=wl_share).You can also listen to the audio of these episodes on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/alastairs-adversaria/id1416351035?mt=2.
Author, gardener, and woods-walker Hannah Anderson wrote, “More than a metaphor, the natural world is a living, pulsating experience of truth that surrounds and enfolds us, teaching us deep realities without words.” She puts words to many of those wordless realities in her new book, The Turning of Days: Lessons from Nature, Season, and Spirit. In this episode, Hannah and Jonathan Rogers talk about observation, repetition, “gardening shame,” and cooperating with forces of a broken world.Support the show: https://therabbitroom.givingfuel.com/memberSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hannah Anderson is captivated by Genesis chapters 1 and 2. Her writing comes from that deep wonder at God’s creation, and she approaches practical-theological issues in a poetic-devotional mode. This is a delightful conversation with the entire Mere Fidelity team. They talk about being formed in the school of nature, why we have lost the ability to read natural revelation, and so much more. There is also a new benefit for the Merrie Band™ of Patreon supporters: Exclusive Confessions wall prints from Scale House Print Shop. Listen for details. https://www.patreon.com/merefidelityFull show notes at www.mereorthodoxy.com/categories/mere-fidelity.
From the beginning, Scripture tells of a God who created the heavens and earth. It tells how he made the sea and land, the rosebud and beetle. But what might the heavens and earth tell us were we to listen to them? What wonders might the birds and flowers share? What might we discover of order, chaos, beauty, and unabashed grace? Hannah Anderson joins me on this episode and shares a glimpse of what it means to discover the kinds of spiritual and theological truths that are woven deep within the natural world. On This EpisodeHost: Dan Jackson - Website, Twitter, InstagramGuests: Hannah Anderson - Website, Twitter, InstagramResources: Turning of Days: Lessons from Nature, Seasons, and SpiritMusic provided by: Łegacies - InstagramListener Support: Ordinary Faith on Patreon
Hannah Anderson — Eric and Elyse chat with author Hannah Anderson about natural theology and her forthcoming book Turning of Days: Lessons from Nature, Seasons, and Spirit. A transcript of this episode is available at www.worthybook.org/podcast.
This episode features guest, Hannah Anderson, Emily’s sister. Emily and Hannah start out the episode with a couple of fun stories and then go into the nitty gritty of some battles with anxiety and depression and how to handle them.
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Knowing Your Limits with Hannah Anderson | Ep. 173
We know we should be grateful for the gifts God has given us in motherhood. But instead, we may find ourselves battling discontentment, anxiety, and stress over our inability to keep up with even the simplest tasks. In this episode, Emily and Laura talk with author Hannah Anderson about her book Humble Roots. Hannah applies gospel-truth to challenging topics like postpartum body image, vocational or ministry calling, and dealing with the temptation to live for our ideal version of motherhood instead of God's plan for us. This conversation is candid, challenging, and leaves much to be considered as Hannah offers an opportunity for weary moms to rest by accepting their limitations and letting God be God. We’re grateful to Well-Watered Women, creators of the Give Me Jesus Journal, for making this week’s show possible. From now through December 31 2020, you can use the promo code RISEN10 for 10% off anything in their shop. View Transcript Risen Motherhood on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter Find all of the links & related resources from the show HERE
#88 – Men and Women in Genesis 2 with Hannah Anderson
Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley are joined by author Hannah Anderson to discuss Genesis 2 and how it shapes and forms our relationships. Questions Covered in This Episode:Let’s start with an overview of Genesis 2, what’s the basic outline of Genesis 2?What are some differences between Genesis 1 and 2? Particularly in the creation of man and woman?Are we to make anything out of man being created first?What is natural law?What is representation in the terms of relationships between man and woman?If the emphasis is on sameness, why does that matter?Talk about the rib.Is what’s on display here explicit to marriage?Do I have a different obligation toward my spiritual brothers and sisters?How does the truth of Genesis 2 help us to reset the frame of other things?Helpful Definitions:Natural Law: The world around us as God has created it reflects the truth of his nature and the ordering of creation. There is a logic, order, and purpose to the entirety of creation and therefore there are things we can learn about God from creation.Guest Bio:Hannah Anderson lives with her family in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia where her husband, Nathan, pastors Brookhill Baptist Church. Hannah is the author of several books, including Humble Roots: How Humility Grounds and Nourishes Your Soul and the newly released All That’s Good: Recovering the Lost Art of Discernment. You can find more of her writing at sometimesalight.com, hear her on the weekly podcast Persuasion, or follow her on Twitter.Resources Mentioned in This Episode:Genesis 2, 1 Corinthians 11, Ephesians 5Amazon affiliate links are used where appropriate. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases, thank you for supporting Knowing Faith.Follow Us:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | WebsiteSupport Knowing Faith and Become a Patron:patreon.com/knowingfaith