Dr. Rich Little, Luke’s freshman Bible teacher, joins the show to discuss the transition that made him leave his job at Harding University, theology as a human construct, how temperament affects how we view God, what scripture is, and his hippy view of nature.
Jonathan Storment returns to the show to discuss preaching the parables, how to deal with the genocide texts from the Hebrew Bible, Kingdom work verse Good work and if his feet really don’t touch the floor.
Dr. Scot McKnight returns to the show to discuss the difference between Kingdom work and good work, the Kingdom’s relationship to the Church, being “America’s Theologian” and his new book “Kingdom Conspiracy.“
Fr. Richard Rohr joins the show to discuss non-dual thinking, Breaking Bad, why progressive churches struggle, learning from Suffering, hypocrisy within religion, Francis of Assisi and his new book “Eager to Love.”
The self-described “Yankee Jewish Feminist who teaches in a predominantly Christian divinity school in the buckle of the Bible Belt” Dr. Amy-Jill Levine joins the show to talk Jesus’ Jewishness, the Pope reading her books, The Good Hamas, women in 1st Century Judaism, how to read Jesus’ parables and “Short Stories by Jesus.“
Dr. Josh Graves returns to the show to talk liturgy, Ferguson, sharing our pain, pastors who parent well, living out of contentment, the dangers of the numbers game and the upcoming guests for September.