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Welcome to The UnSunday Show with me, Mike Adams. I am a former institutional church pastor who has left that environment for a more authentic expression of the life of Christ in me, apart from empty, burdensome, and inconsistent religious obligations.

The UnSunday Show asks honest questions about the origin and validity of institutional church rules, traditions, and practices. These religious rules and practices lead us away from the simplicity of the gospel and into an exhausting performance-based experience that is designed to perpetuate itself by placing ever increasing demands on its people and are of no value in Christ. If you're exhausted from trying to keep all the inconsistent religious rules that have been placed on you, listen in to these conversations as we rediscover the freedom we've been given, apart from religion.

Jan 27, 2020

Welcome to episode 29 of The UnSunday Show. Today's episode is a relaunch of sorts for The UnSunday Show. It's the debut of my friend Greg McInturff as co-host of the show. Yay! Mac and I will be hosting the show together from this point forward. He and I always have energized conversations and we're looking forward...


Jan 20, 2020

Welcome to episode 28 of The UnSunday Show. At its core, The UnSunday Show is a podcast about the system we call church. To a very large extent, this system has come to us via church history, religious tradition, and theological distinction, not from the New Testament. Mike talks about that system we've inherited in...


Jan 13, 2020

Welcome to episode 27 of The UnSunday Show podcast. Way back in episode 9 we talked about 1 John 1:9 and what John meant when he said if we confess our sins [God] is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. We concluded that John was targeting unbelievers within the group...


Jan 7, 2020

Welcome to episode 26 of The UnSunday Show. Today's episode is a look at William Tyndale and his authoring of the New Testament in the English language. He wanted the people of his day to have a New Testament in their own language so they could read and interpret it for themselves instead of having to rely solely on the...