nakedpastor podcast episode 1

nakedpastor podcast episode 1 August 8, 2013

So we’re going to try out a podcast! My good friend and fellow member of The Lasting Supper Pam Werner is going to be my co-host. It should happen once a week. We’re going to just chat about stuff that’s been going on in our lives and online. Basically nakedpastor verbal!


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  • Melissa Anderson

    I am moved by your perception and approach to God and the Bible. Both you and Pam reference many people, books, internet articles and it would be helpful to be able to find links to those references.

  • Brandi Eissinger

    I usually hate podcasts (and videos). It takes too long to listen… I’d rather read. But, because I love your blog, I figured I should at least listen to a few minutes of this. And within the first two minutes, Pam said, “I feel like if you have a faith that can’t handle fantasy and imagination and literature, or ideas that are different than your own, then it’s really not a very strong faith.” From that point on, I was hooked. I truly appreciate the perspective you both have, and I’m looking forward to the next podcast. Thank you for sharing!

  • Thanks Brandi. Good to know!!

  • I realize that Melissa. I would suggest just doing a search on nakedpastor (scroll down the left side) and you’ll find them very easily. Moran’s book, “How to be a Woman” is easy to find as well. Thanks for the feedback.

  • This is great! Love listening to podcasts on my commutes. Can I find this on Apple podcasts?

  • working on that Meg. thanks 🙂

  • dT

    Hey Naked Pastor!

    The wife and I enjoyed the podcast. However, I do have questions concerning your perspective on contrition of sin?

    As we discussed it we thought it a necessary component of conversion. That divine influence we sense by way of God’s spirit that we have offended our heavenly Father. But in the case discussed here I think we have ppl (sadly myself included) who try and assume God’s role and use shame to achieve submission of another. I think this has likely led to false professions of faith. Uninspired by genuine repentance, otherwise, would be, believers succumb to another playing the “shame-game” and build their house on sand.

    Thanks in advance for your response,


  • Hi dT. There are times I am ashamed of myself. I suppose that can’t be helped. But for me to inflict in on others, that can be, and I think that it should not be done.

  • dT

    I agree. Regarding the use of it to manipulate others, it’s clearly bad ethics. Now that my problem has clothes and a name, I can recognize it, start avoiding it and get it out of my life.

    But does shame have no useful purpose in our relationship with God?

    I see people shaming one another as “pot calling the kettle black” or seeking to expose the dirt in another’s life as you overlook the mud pile in your own.

    But God is perfect and therefore has prerogative right?

    Thanks again,

  • Anything can be used to aid in self-awareness. Sure. I’m saying some things shouldn’t be inflicted.