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.
Dr. Rich Little rejoins the show to discuss leaving ministry, changing beliefs, pastors just going through the motions, doubt, deconstruction, suffering, selfish reasons for preaching and footwear.
Dr. Monica Coleman joins the show to discuss mental health, faith, blackness, womanist vs. feminist theology, R&B groups vs. boy bands, forgiveness, safety, depression and her new book Bipolar Faith.
Pete Enns and Chris Green return to discuss how to read the Old Testament, experience, Romans 10, creative readings, Jewish readings vs. Greek readings, loving a theory of meaning instead of loving the Bible and certainty.
Shauna Niequist returns to the show to discuss work being a drug, Brene Brown, running from feelings, dealing with the emptiness, sea change, how we can’t earn love, the power of silence, and Shauna’s new book Present over Perfect.
Jonathan Storment joins the show to discuss Christian music, who would win in a fist fight between Joel Houston and James K.A. Smith, race, Jonathan running from the cops, Enneagram and of course we talk a little more about stand-up Comedy.
Wade Hodges joins the show to discuss Luke’s month of doing stand up comedy. They cover topics such as the differences and similarities of preaching vs. stand up, bombing, authenticity, blue material, missional Christianity, and more.
Fate Hagood joins the show to discuss his hometown of Compton, N.W.A., Law Enforcement, binary thinking, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, listening and hope.
Suzanne Stabile and Ian Cron return to the show to discuss the Enneagram, personality profile, and their new podcast The Road Back to You.
Sean Adams returns to discuss the church’s response to the shootings of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling. We also discuss the importance of listening, how bad people are in all occupations, good cops, and why our identity as Jesus’ followers should take precedent over identity markers.