Jonathan Merritt returns to the show to discuss the recent Supreme Court ruling, Hobby Lobby, if corporations can be Christian, and how his parents responded to his new book “ Jesus is Better than you Imagined.“
Mike McHargue aka “Science Mike” joins the show to skepticism, science, meditation, and his post for Relevant “ How Your Brain is Wired for God.”
For more on Mike’s work on prayer and meditation check out
Wade Hodges joins the show to talk with Luke about how Christians treat celebrities, idolatry, Foundationalism, evolution and more as we recap June’s shows.
Randy Harris rejoins the show to talk virtue ethics, fear and power, happiness, prayer and his new book Life Work.
Dr. Peter Enns joins the show to discuss the Creation stories from Genesis, how we read scripture, inspiration, faith after naivety, and his book The Evolution of Adam.
On Mother’s Day we tell mothers how much we love them and appreciate them, but on Father’s day we tell fathers to step up. Why? Experimental psychologist
Dr. Richard Beck rejoins the show for the third time to discuss this phenomenon along with benevolent sexism, agency vs. communion and how we get the word “mammal.”
Former UFC Middleweight champ Rich Franklin joins the show to talk overcoming adversity, his love for math, choosing to leave his career as a high school math teacher and his TED talk How to Be a Loser.
Dr. Peter Rollins joins the show to discuss growing up in Belfast, our endless pursuit of fulfillment, zombie mythology, and . The Idolatry of God
Starting at 3:27, here’s the video of Peter’s parable Luke mentions at the end of the interview.
Jonathan Storment returns to the show to talk about his participating in an European riot, his love for the church, and his new book How to Start a Riot.
Wade Hodges joins the show to talk 24, the Hero’s Journey, and our longing for transformation.