The Recreated Podcast

Shane Callicutt

Among other things, we discuss Biblical issues from the audacious point of view that Christians are new creations in Jesus Christ - recreated in Him.

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How should a person study the Bible? It's a common question that has been answered a thousand ways. In this episode, we'll look at two very broad approaches: systematic and biblical theologies.

Nov 22

20 min 24 sec

In the seventh and final installment of this series, we'll talk about the core identity issue of being a saint and not a sinner. You were a sinner saved by grace, now you are a saint who still sins. The identity you walk in will either produce life or death.

Nov 11

18 min 13 sec

This is the sixth episode of our series, Seven Transforming Beliefs. Jesus made it super clear that all of his followers were to be servants. Why do we wrestle so much with serving, and how do expectations of being served affect us?

Oct 22

21 min 57 sec

This is our first listener questions episode! I received some questions from my friend John about what it's like being an elder and what makes for a healthy elder. That's our topic for today. Hope you enjoy it.

Sep 13

35 min 34 sec

Son, not slave is one of the most important truths that has transformed my walk with the LORD. They're both true, but they're not the same, and if they get out of order, things can get sketchy. What's the difference, and why is it so important to get this straight in our heads? That's what we're answering.   I referenced this article about the mark of the beast in the episode.

Aug 13

17 min 19 sec

This is a message I preached at New Harmony Church on Wednesday, July 14, 2021. The primary text is Hebrews 3:7-19.

Jul 19

39 min 2 sec

Kingdom citizenship doesn't get a lot of airtime in sermons, but it is one of the most transforming realities that a Christian can embrace. It can and does transform us every day if we understand how it affects every decision we make.

Jul 12

24 min 46 sec

I was given an opportunity to preach on Sunday, June 27, 2021. This sermon is a follow-up to my sermon from June 16, 2021. Same theme, but new content. It's a clear message to the church: repent!

Jun 28

59 min 51 sec

This is a sermon I preached at New Harmony on June 16, 2021. It's from 1 Peter 4:12-19. What does the Word reveal as the normal Christian experience?

Jun 17

37 min 20 sec

We're continuing our series of Seven Transforming Beliefs. This episode is all about cultivating a thriving friendship with the Holy Spirit. What does that mean? How do we do it?

Jun 7

19 min 1 sec

The LORD has not left us to fend for ourselves. He has sent us His help through the Holy Spirit. Yet, many Christians live largely untransformed lives. In this episode, we'll begin unpacking the ministry of the Spirit, and how He is the one who brings transformation.

May 28

25 min 50 sec

This bonus episode is from May 19, 2021. I preached during our Wednesday night worship and continued the ongoing series through 1 Peter that our pastor began. The passage preached from is 1 Peter 3:18-22.

May 20

52 min 4 sec

This bonus episode is from Wednesday, May 13, 2021. I preached during our Wednesday night worship while our pastor was in Uganda. I continued the ongoing series through 1 Peter that he has been teaching. The passage preached from is 1 Peter 3:13-17

May 17

33 min 47 sec

The Gospel does more than save us. It empowers us to grow and live a life that pleases the LORD in the here and now. It's more than the facts that led you to salvation. It's the good news that keeps transforming you all along the journey.

May 10

31 min 33 sec

Kingdom authority in the church is derived the same way it is in the family: through loving service. This episode will focus on how we identify leaders (elders, pastors, deacons, etc.) within the church based upon the way Kingdom authority works.

Apr 27

27 min 10 sec

What does Kingdom authority look like in a family? How does loving service change the dynamics between husbands, wives, and children? This will be a deeper dive into how authority should work within families.

Apr 12

28 min 44 sec

An issue that doesn't get much airtime in many churches is authority. What does Kingdom authority look like? How do we walk in it? We spend more time talking about it than defining it. That's what we're doing in this episode. We're defining Kingdom authority.

Mar 29

23 min 59 sec

What is church membership? Is it important? Should you become a member of the local church you attend? How should local churches do church membership? Should they do it at all? This episode will address these questions and more.

Mar 15

49 min 39 sec

This bonus episode of the Recreated Podcast is a teaching from 1 Peter 1:22 - 2:3. It took place at New Harmony Church on February 24, 2021. The importance of brotherly love cannot be overstated, and this teaching highlights the reason why.

Mar 8

37 min 33 sec

The issue of spiritual warfare has suffered its fair share of confusion in the Body of Christ. In this episode, we'll continue the Demystified series and try to bring some clarity to the issue.

Mar 1

55 min 44 sec

Season 2: Episode 4 - In this episode, we're taking on the sin of racism. Specifically, we're going to define racism and racial prejudice, reveal the cause, and prescribe the cure. Sounds ambitious, right? It wouldn't be challenging if it wasn't ambitious. But when you start looking at what the Bible says about racism, the worldly remedies get revealed as the mirages that they truly are. NOTE: I'd like to say that I planned on this episode dropping during Black History Month, but I didn't actually realize it until I had finished production and was uploading it to the internet. It's a wonderful coincidence, and I'm glad it worked out that way, but I cannot take credit for it. Links to resources: Definition of mythos: The definition of racism I cite in the episode is the second provided by In the dictionary entry, the first definition states, prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against a person or people on the basis of their membership in a particular racial or ethnic group, typically one that is a minority or marginalized. It is my belief that the first definition is a list of behaviors that are derived from racism. Also, this essay will deal with the issue of racial prejudice distinctly. Literacy rates in 1776: Definition of prejudice:

Feb 15

1 hr 5 min

In this bonus episode, we'll examine why the government is a false hope. This content is primarily from a chapter in my upcoming and yet unfinished book, unBelief. It's a timely subject. I don't remember a time when more believers have no idea how to respond to the government. Hopefully, this episode will help point us in the right direction.

Feb 9

39 min 51 sec

Season 2: Episode 3 - In this episode, we'll tackle the issue of prophecy, but not the end-times kind. Has anyone ever approached you and said that God gave them a word for you? If so, and if that kind of irked you, this episode is for you. How does the prophetic gift operate in today's church, and how should we respond to it? Links to resources: Charles Haddon Spurgeon, A Biography. Chapter 13, A Chapter of Incidents.

Feb 1

43 min 23 sec

Season 2: Episode 2 - In this episode, we'll tackle something we actually can never fully demystify: the Trinity. It's ambitious, and I'm unequal to the task, but I hope to show you that the Bible actually does teach that God is three-in-one, and connect a few Scripture dots for you on this subject. Links to resources: Two Powers in Heaven, Alan Segal.

Jan 18

46 min 59 sec

Episode 1: We've been taught forever that Christianity is one of the big three monotheistic faiths on the planet. But are we? Does Christianity fit the dictionary definition of monotheism? We're jumping straight into this riveting topic and making it interesting while we're at it. Here are some links to resources that I referenced in this episode. Religious affiliations also include unaffiliated individuals – atheists, agnostics, and people who didn’t identify with any group at all. See Some translations of Deuteronomy 32:8 say, sons of Israel, but Michael Heiser’s, Unseen Realm, p. 113, reveals that the Dead Sea Scrolls contain the correct translation, sons of God.

Dec 2020

45 min 16 sec