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.
Jonathan Storment returns to have a year end conversation on torture, his Anabaptist influence, the church’s place in the conversation, his favorite guests from the year, and Jonathan claims that he came up with the phrase “grace is an indictment.”
Dr. Warren Throckmorton joins the show to discuss lessons learned from Mars Hill’s demise, the problems that can arise when churches focus on numbers, and the fundamental attribution error.
Sara Barton returns to the show to discuss making space, the importance of The Little Way, being the first female keynote lecturer at Pepperdine Bible Lectures and why she is the president of the Jarrod McKenna fan club.