Jonathan Storment with Chris Seay: March Wrapup

Jonathan Storment returns to the show to discuss God’s discipline, finding God’s will, an enchanted view of the world, Internet controversy and reading scripture through Jesus. Plus Chris Seay makes a cameo to discuss preaching to a President and the Praxis conference.


Richard Rohr: Part One

Fr. Richard Rohr returns to the show to discuss why conservatives can’t tear down and liberals can’t build, faith as knowing and unknowing, his appeal to evangelical males, Non-Dual Thinking, Isis, non-violence, Sins of weakness verse Sins of Malice and more.

Check back next week for Part 2 when we discuss the Enneagram, N.T. Wright,  the Cosmic Christ and more.

Tony Jones: Did God Kill Jesus?

Dr. Tony Jones joins the show to discuss what Jesus’ death accomplished, managing sin, yoga pants, apologizing to your kids, sin as a condition, subjective vs. objective views of atonement and his newest book “Did God Kill Jesus?


Pete Enns: Round Three

Dr. Peter Enns returns to the show to discuss the Five Words that Define Pete, accepting not always being right, Richard Rohr, Heaven being a lonely place, and being two Petes in one pod with Peter Rollins.


Brian Zahnd: Prayer

Brian Zahnd returns to the show to discuss learning to pray well, his love for NT Wright, what makes someone orthodox, why he doesn’t record his teachings on prayer, the way to evaluate prayer, and learning your liturgy.


John Ortberg: All the Places to Go

Dr. John Ortberg returns to the show to discuss how to make decisions, focusing on formation, the real reason his church went multi-site, making choices with others in mind, the benefit of failure, one practice that will help you become more wise and his newest book “All the Paces to Go.”



Josh Patrick: Hope

Josh Patrick joins the show for an incredibly honest conversation about being a 35 year old father of three who was recently diagnosed with stage four-colon cancer, pain as bumping into reality, Viktor Frankl, living in the present, mental off-roading and hope.