Jamin Goggin joins the show to talk guru vs sages, two ways of power, Jean Vanier, morality and his new book (with Kyle Strobel) The Way of the Dragon or the Way of the Lamb.
Dr. Larry Hurtado joins the show to discuss early Christianity including Christian distinctiveness, what made Christianity bizarre, Christianity as a philosophy, God of love, the improbability of Resurrection in the first century and his book Destroyer of the gods.
United Methodist pastor Jason Micheli joins the show to discuss humor, grief, faith in stage serious cancer and his new book Cancer is Funny.
Pete Enns return to discuss the Tim Keller piece in the New York Times.
What makes someone a Christian?
Liturgical community vs. Biblicistic community?
What is the offensiveness of the Gospel?
And Can Pete Enns know how to ask questions?
Doug King of Presence joins the show to introduce Spiral Dynamics.
For more on Spiral Dynamics from Doug click here.
Jonathan and Luke discuss Australian accents, reconstruction, community, theology of singing, and the refugee crisis.
A sermon that Richard Beck and Luke preached together on gratitude, prison and singing.
In the second part of the refugee crisis conversation we hear from Joel Houston and Ramjaane Niyoyita.
Joel Houston, of Hillsong United and Hillsong New York, discusses his experience with the Syrian refugee crisis and the Christian call to respond.
Ramjaane Niyoyita, a Rwandan born as a refugee in the Congo now living in Austin, TX, discusses his experience as a Refugee, the importance of humor in tragedy and having to listen to Luke preach every week.