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Catacomb Studio
catacomb podcast
Joshua Stump and Jay Newman talk about spirituality and overcoming cynicism in a post-evangelical culture.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 47 ratings
Porch Episodes
I really enjoy all of the Catacomb podcasts. But the immigration episode may be my favorite so far. In a time when the country is so divided it is refreshing to hear common sense dialogue on this subject.
1rdorseytx via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/04/19
The Catacombs is a unique and important member of the body podcast. In an age of deconstruction, Josh, Jay, their guest (and don’t forget Thad) aren’t just reveling in cynicism; they are revealing it with an eye towards subverting/solving it. This isn’t a pity party; it’s a pilgrimage...one well...Read full review »
Mayt Payt via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/18/19
Real talk
These guys talk and act like normal human beings. I have listened to and digested almost every episode. In the process, I have been encouraged in that I don’t feel alone in my struggles anymore. My frustrations and fears are validated here and in that validation, I find a home.
Travis McCool via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/16/19
Recent Episodes
Josh and Jay check in on twitter and follow up on the previous episode on cancel culture, discussing how we talk past each other in how we define the words we use.   twitter: @CatacombP
Published 08/06/20
We discuss Black Lives Matter, Louie Giglio, and White Jesuses.   twitter: @CatacombP
Published 07/06/20
Josh and Jay discuss cancel culture versus the gospel based on Josh's recent sermon from Matthew 8.  Is there a point where we no longer work toward's another's healing?  How far is too far gone?   twitter: @CatacombP
Published 07/03/20
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