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Thomas Jay Oord on God's nature & Andy's Cancer Update - Episode #138

The Winter Faith Podcast

In this episode, Andy is joined by his new friend Tom. They talk about his new book Open and Relational Theology and they discuss Andy's thoughts and feelings since his recent diagnosis of a rare form of cancer. About Thomas Jay Oord Thomas Jay Oord is a theologian, philosopher, and scholar of multi-disciplinary studies. Oord is a best-selling and award-winning author, having written or edited more than twenty-five books. He directs a doctoral program at Northwind Theological Seminary and the Center for Open and Relational Theology. A twelve-time Faculty Award-winning professor, Oord teaches at institutions around the globe. Oord is known for his contributions to research on love, open and relational theology, science and religion, and the implications of freedom and relationships for transformation. The Winter Faith Podcast creates conversations on God, grief, and emotional growth. Birthed by Andrew Frazier in 2017. Follow @winterfaithpodcast on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube. Subscribe to the Winter Faith Newsletter.  Support the show on Patreon for as little as $1 a month. The Podcast Music is by Josh Cleveland and digital art by Dom Montagne.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/winterfaithpod/message

40mins

6 Jul 2021

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[Ep 2] Thomas Jay Oord [Interview]

Interrupted

In this episode of Interrupted, Jordan Miller and Matthew Baker speak with Thomas Jay Oord, a theologian, philosopher, and scholar of multi-disciplinary studies. He is an author and editor of over 25 books, and directs a doctoral program at Northwind Theological Seminary and the Center for Open and Relational Theology. He teaches at institutions around the globe and is known for his contributions to research on love, open and relational theology, science and religion, and the implications of freedom and relationships for transformation. Tom's most recent book is Open and Relational Theology: an introduction to life changing ideas. Thomas Jay Oord: http://thomasjayoord.com/Center for Open and Relational Theology: https://c4ort.com/Northwind Theological Seminary: https://www.northwindseminary.org/Open and Relational Theology: An Introduction to Life Changing Ideas: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1948609371/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

58mins

27 Jun 2021

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Thomas Jay Oord: Big God Twitter Takes

Homebrewed Christianity Podcast

It’s time for another edition of live-streamed “Big God” questions with Tom Oord. This time we tackle a number of complaints and critiques of open and relational theology from twitter. Tom also shares news about his new book Open and Relational Theology. Check it out. We are both evangelists for Open and Relational Theology and now that it has a center you should check it out. Tom mentioned the launch of a new doctoral program in Open and Relational Theology. You can check it out here. Thomas Jay Oord is a theologian, philosopher, and scholar of multi-disciplinary studies. Oord is an award-winning author, and he has written or edited more than twenty books. A twelve-time Faculty Award-winning professor, Oord teaches at institutions around the globe. A gifted speaker, Oord is known for his contributions to research on love, open and relational theology, science and religion, and the implications of freedom and relationships for transformation.

1hr 32mins

21 Jun 2021

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Episode 31 - 2 Timothy 2 with Thomas Jay Oord

Trans Regret Snoopy Presents The Bible

TRS and Thomas Jay Oord discuss open and relational theology and 2 Timothy 2:11-14. Topics include illness, trauma, God's will, God's love, and what God can't do. Be sure to check out Tom's book "Open and Relational Theology: An Introduction to Life-Changing Ideas" now available for pre-order.Thomas Jay Oord: http://thomasjayoord.com/Center for Open and Relational Theology: https://c4ort.com/Delightfully edited and produced by: https://twitter.com/ASHNERVE

1hr 9mins

12 Jun 2021

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You can't miss this episode. A conversation with Thomas Jay Oord the author of God Can't

This Is Not Church Podcast

In this episode we talk to Thomas Jay Oord. Thomas Jay Oord is a theologian, philosopher, and scholar of multi-disciplinary studies. Oord is a best-selling and award-winning author, having written or edited more than twenty-five books. He directs a doctoral program at Northwind Theological Seminary and the Center for Open and Relational Theology. A twelve-time Faculty Award-winning professor, Oord teaches at institutions around the globe. Oord is known for his contributions to research on love, open and relational theology, science and religion, and the implications of freedom and relationships for transformation. You can connect With Thomas Jay Oord on: FacebookTwitterInstagram Also, check out his website. Please follow us on the following social media platforms Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Want to help us with our future episodes of This Is Not Church Podcast? Join us on Patreon where you will get access to exclusive patron content such as early access to episode, videos of upcoming episodes, and live Q&A sessions. Also check out our website for upcoming interviews and blog posts Each episode of This Is Not Church Podcast is expertly engineered by The Podcast Doctor Eric Howell. If you’re thinking of starting a podcast you need to connect with Eric! If you enjoy our show, could you take a moment to rate and review the podcast on your platform of choice. This will help new listeners find us. Voiceover clip in intro used with permission by C. Baxter Kruger

1hr 2mins

19 Apr 2021

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God Can't...? w/ Thomas Jay Oord

The Wonder and The Mystery of Being

What if there are things God can't do? Like know the future or intervene in the lives of human beings? That's the central question of my chat with Dr Thomas Jay Oord, who is one of the most prominent voices in a field known as Open and Relational Theology (also sometimes called Open Theism). We talk about the problem of evil, suffering, hell, and also love, morality, and goodness. Learn more about Dr Oord:http://www.thomasjayoord.comhttp://www.twitter.com/thomasjayoordBuy "God Can't":https://www.amazon.com/God-Cant-Believe-after-Tragedy/dp/1948609126

1hr 29mins

9 Apr 2021

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Thomas Jay Oord, on theology, church, politics and renewing the imagination

Tent Theology

Thomas Jay Oord is a theologian, philosopher, and scholar of multi-disciplinary studies. Oord is a best-selling and award-winning author, having written or edited more than twenty-five books. He directs a doctoral program at Northwind Theological Seminary and the Center for Open and Relational Theology. A twelve-time Faculty Award-winning professor, Oord teaches at institutions around the globe. Oord is known for his contributions to research on love, open and relational theology, science and religion, and the implications of freedom and relationships for transformation.To learn more about Thomas and his work connect through his website here.For information on 'The Sermon on the Mount' Tent Spring School see HERE or email info@tenttheology.comHas anything we make been interesting, useful or fruitful for you? You can support us by becoming a Fellow Traveller on our Patreon page HERE.

40mins

16 Mar 2021

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Ep 84: The Problem of Evil- Greg Boyd & Thomas Jay Oord Conversation. Open Theism Vs. Essential Kenosis/God Can't

Deep Talks: Exploring Theology and Meaning Making

In part 17 of The Problem of Evil series, I talk with theologians Greg Boyd and Thomas Jay Oord about their unique responses to the problems of evil and suffering. Why did each of them find traditional responses to the problem of evil in various forms of classical theism unsatisfying? What is similar and different about their respective positions? Does either Boyd's Open Theism or Oord's Essential Kenosis/God Can't theodicy provide more satisfying answers than what people like Augustine, Aquinas, Luther, Calvin, Leibniz, Barth provided in the past?How do they both respond to some of the more challenging theological or philosophical critiques aimed at their ideas?Dr. Gregory A. Boyd is theologian with advanced degrees from Yale and Princeton, senior pastor of Woodland Hills Church in St. Paul, Minnesota, and is author of numerous books. Some of the more relevant books to today's conversation are:God of the Possible: A Biblical Introduction to the Open View of GodGod at War: The Bible and Spiritual ConflictSatan & the Problem of Evil: Constructing a Trinitarian Warfare TheodicyThe Crucifixion of the Warrior God: Volumes 1 & 2 Dr. Thomas Jay Oord is a theologian and philosopher with advanced degrees from Nazarene Theological Seminary and Claremont Graduate University.  He directs the doctoral program at Northwind Theological Seminary and the Center for Open and Relational Theology. He's also authored numerous books and articles including:God Can't: How to Believe in God and Love After Tragedy, Abuse, and Other Evils The Uncontrolling Love of God: An Open and Relational Account of Providence Defining Love: A Philosophical, Scientific, and Theological Engagement If you find this podcast to be helpful and you want to see it continue ad-free, would you consider becoming a supporter on Patreon? Members of the Deep Talks Patreon Community receive bonus Q & A Episodes, articles, charts, forum discussions and more. STARTING THIS MONTH, WE'LL HAVE A PATREON COMMUNITY GROUP ZOOM HANG-OUT to build relationships with others across the world and to do theology and meaning-making together. Help us reach our first goal of 300 patrons in order to sustain weekly, ad-free theological and philosophical education to anyone with an internet connection! https://www.patreon.com/deeptalkstheologypodcast To Subscribe & Review on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/deep-talks-exploring-theology-and-meaning-making/id1401730159 Connect with Paul Anleitner on Twitter at:https://twitter.com/PaulAnleitner

1hr 54mins

26 Jan 2021

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64. Thomas Jay Oord | Uncontrolling Love

Language of God

There is a dilemma that has plagued philosophers and theologians for centuries. It goes like this: how could it be true that God is all powerful and all loving, and yet there is still evil in the world? If God is powerful and loving, wouldn’t the evil be stopped? Thomas Jay Oord has written about one solution to this problem in his book God Can’t. While the title is surprising and might make some people nervous, his view may not be so shocking once you hear him explain some of the finer points. In doing so, this conversation intersects with science, miracles, and ultimately with God’s place in our world and our lives.  Join a conversation about this episode on the BioLogos Forum.

57mins

3 Dec 2020

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Forum: 'God Can't' with Thomas Jay Oord

God for Grownups

For millennia, believers in God have asked, “Why doesn’t God prevent unnecessary suffering?” The usual answers to this question leave most of us unsatisfied. Dr. Thomas Jay Oord offers a different answer—actually five answers that combined, solve the problem of evil. In this "God Talk" forum discussion from Queen Anne Lutheran Church, Dr. Oord will speak from ideas in his best-selling book, God Can’t. This discussion will center on God’s uncontrolling love for us and all creation. For more on this topic, listen to an earlier discussion between Pastor Dan Peterson and Dr. Oord on the "God for Grownups" podcast. Go to this blog post for an introduction to Oord’s views. This short video gives an overview of Oord’s book, which can be ordered from Amazon here. Thomas Jay Oord, Ph.D. directs the Center for Open and Relational Theology at Northwind Theological Seminary. He’s a theologian, philosopher, and scholar of multidisciplinary studies; author or editor of more than twenty-five books. He is known for contributions to research on love, science and religion, open and relational theology, the problem of suffering, and the implications of freedom for transformational relationships.

56mins

22 Nov 2020

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