April Wrapup: Tim Boykin and Stephen Mackey

Luke is joined by his church’s resident Pentecostal Tim Boykin and his church’s resident Wesleyan Stephen Mackey to discuss the Enneagram, images of God, online community vs. flesh and blood community, learning from criticism, the Good Samaritan, and healed bodies vs. resurrected bodies.

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Chris Green

The World’s Smartest Pentecostal ® Dr. Chris Green joins the show to discuss sacraments, being an unreliable Pentecostal, Church of Christ vs. Pentecostals, Pete Enns, how to read the Bible like Jesus, Joseph Philips, dehumanizing prayer, why God doesn’t answer prayers, the Praxis Conference and Chris scares Luke by talking about speaking in tongues.

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Joshua Graves: How Not to Kill a Muslim

x9781625648587_1.jpg.pagespeed.ic.xPM3fNitbNDr. Joshua Graves returns to the show to discuss being a Jesus person who loves Muslims, life after 9/11 for Muslims, earning a technical foul in a college basketball game, Piss Christ and burning the Koran, present day Good Samaritan situations and his newest book How Not To Kill a Muslim.

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Rachel Held Evans: Searching for Sunday

Rachel Held Evans joins the show to discuss which Taylor Swift song expresses her relationship with the Evangelical church, becoming an Episcopalian, the importance of inclusion, online community vs. in the flesh community, Sin, and her new book Searching for Sunday.

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Richard Rohr: Part Two

In the second part of the conversation with Fr. Richard Rohr we discuss the Enneagram including N.T. Wright’s number, why religion makes the best of people and the worst of people, the need for change, the Cosmic Christ and more.

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