Brian McLaren returns to discuss being political but not partisan, wisdom, evangelism and interfaith work, slippery slopes, progress and his new book The Great Spiritual Migration.
Luke is joined by his father, Larry Norsworthy, for episode number 200 to answer listener questions about the podcast’s effect on pastoral ministry, favorite moments, quirky stories, major themes and the effect the podcast has had on Luke’s relationships.
Kenneth Woodward, editor for Newsweek‘s religion section for four decades, joins the show to discuss Billy Graham’s evolution, Catholicism vs. Protestantism on salvation, Civil Religion, miracle stories and his new book Getting Religion.
English Professor Dr. Steven Moore and theologian Randy Harris join the show to discuss Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Between the World and Me, black rage, pro wrestling, black bodies, “those who imagine themselves to be white” and the power of listening.
For more on the subject by Steven and Randy check out this video.
Also check out Steven Moore’s children’s book Theodore Thumbs.
Richard Beck, Josh Graves and Jonathan Storment join the show to discuss the Trinity, Cosmic Christ, saints, doubt, brain and all things September from the podcast.
In the second part of the Richard Rohr conversation about The Divine Dance we discuss the Cosmic Christ, spiral dynamics, praying to Jesus or through Jesus, the image of God, why the conservative church is more stable and the liberal’s inability to worship and Aat vs. Art.
Also Rohr’ co-author Mike Morrell of Presence joins us to discuss writing with Richard Rohr.
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Richard Rohr returns to discuss U2, pagan views of God, the Gospel of John, culture consuming religion, suffering, evolution and his new book The Divine Dance. Part 1 of 2.
Science Mike returns to the podcast to discuss smart brain stuff, Pizza Mike, String Theory, Mike’s pod-father why Atheists win arguments and his new book Finding God in the Waves.
Jonathan Storment is back talking about preachers leaving ministry, educational divide in churches, Biblical criticism, work, who can read the Bible, mental health and all things August from the podcast.