John Mark Comer joins the show to discuss why he doesn’t like the Enneagram, megachurches, puppies, and Netlfix, but why he does like Dallas Willard, megachurches, and the Ruthless Elimination of Hurry.
N.T. Wright returns to discuss Sabbath, Temple, question he would ask Paul, defining the Gospel, and his new book History and Eschatology.
Jason Miller and Mike Goldsworthy return to the show to discuss the late Henri Nouwen’s “new” book Following Jesus.
The return of Jeremy Courtney, founder and CEO of Preemptive Love Coalition, to discuss his life in Iraq, catharsis, integration, counter-factual reports, and his new book Love Anyway.
Jonathan Storment joins the show to answer some mailbag questions including Sola Scriptura, Calvinism, Wesleyan Quadrilateral, and Jonathan’s favorite movie Fifty Shades of Grey.
Dr. David Fitch joins the show to discuss political theology, ice hockey, the story of Scripture, moving “beyond enemies” and his new book The Church of Us vs. Them.
A special interview with Beverly Ross on Joy in the midst of grief live from the Westover Hills Church in Austin.
Tyler Nilson and Michael Schwartz, the writers/directors of the new movie Peanut Butter Falcon, join the show to discuss story telling, over-coming disability, gratitude, and of course the movie.