July Wrapup: Jonathan Storment

Jonathan Storment returns to the show talk about all things July from the podcast: pastors as friend or leader, our first ever mailbag podcast, throwing yourself a birthday party, the Dones, the Enneagram, moral progress and discussing racial justice as a white man.

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Austin Channing

Austin Channing returns to the show to talk Black forgiveness, justice, Baltimore, Charleston, Dr. James Cone, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr,¬† the Why Christian conference, mourning, and White Supremacy while Luke tries to convince Austin that he’s not a white supremest.

Suzanne Stabile: Enneagram

Enneagram teacher Suzanne Stabile joins the show to discuss what the Enneagram is, why Richard Rohr told her to not speak about the Enneagram for five years, why Luke doesn’t care about doing the dishes, how learning the Enneagram helps you see the world the way others do and the flaw in the Golden Rule.

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Jeff Cook and Josh Packard: Church Refugees

51TJYScHfUL._SX332_BO1,204,203,200_Sociologist Dr. Josh Packard along with pastor and philosopher Jeff Cook join the show to discuss why spiritual people are leaving the church, the Dones, Shadow Missions, the recent Pew Study, and Church Refugees. Luke also defends Josh’s brutal attack on preaching.

For more on Josh Packard’s ongoing work¬†understanding the current trend in the religious landscape and finding a way to provide more religious spaces for people who feel that traditional religion has cast them aside check out dechurched.net.

Nadia Bolz-Weber

Nadia Bolz-Weber returns to the show to discuss Luke’s visit to House for All Sinners and Saints, Nadia’s re-connection with the churches of Christ, twelve minute sermons, church plants as a birthday party you throw for yourself, well-differentiated leaders, democratizing church and of course, CrossFit.

Don’t forget to pre-order Nadia’s new book Accidental Saints.