Dr. Peter Rollins returns to the show to discuss Sacred Objects, the how of belief, doubt, what church can learn from AA, Realized Eschatology, meaning, Eucharist, and his newest book “The Divine Magician.”
Josh Graves and Jonathan Storment join the show to discuss all things N.T. Wright including the appeal of N.T. Wright, Skepticism vs. Evidence, Metanarrative, Post-modernity and the NBA player most comparable to N.T. Wright.
Special MLK Day podcast with Sean Palmer to discuss the movie Selma, Medgar Evers murder, Malcolm X, the Klan in Mississippi, Dr. King’s two assassinations, Image of God, the police, and Sean’s recent blog post Selma, Solidarity, & Whether Christians Are Willing To Bleed.
Bishop N.T. Wright joins the show to discuss the his hardest book to write, C.S. Lewis vs. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Colbert Report, the fifth signpost he would add to Simply Christian, Good News vs. Good Advice, Kingdom, New Creation, Hope vs. Evidence, and his newest book Simply Good News.
Pete Scazzero joins the show to talk Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, why Christianity doesn’t always produce emotionally healthy people, hearing God in your feelings, the genogram, the importance of a theology of marriage, the crucible of church and Yankees vs. Mets.
Dr. Josh Graves return to the show for a year end show discussing the future of Christianity, lessons from Kenya and Seoul Korea, Head and Heart, Holistic Spirituality, Death and Powers, New Charismatics, Interfaith dialogue, Who is right vs. Who is most hospitable.
Sean Palmer returns for a year end show to discuss lessons from Ferguson. We also touch on Serial, how a preacher and a church should discuss real stuff, learning to think theologically versus where God comes down on an issue, Aunt Barb, and Kent Brantly.