Richard Beck returns to discuss Aaron Hernandez, laundry mats, self-forgetting, theology of lingering, earning the right to celebrate Easter, growing up conservative, eschatological creatures, meaning makers.
In the second part of the refugee crisis conversation we hear from Joel Houston and Ramjaane Niyoyita.
Joel Houston, of Hillsong United and Hillsong New York, discusses his experience with the Syrian refugee crisis and the Christian call to respond.
Ramjaane Niyoyita, a Rwandan born as a refugee in the Congo now living in Austin, TX, discusses his experience as a Refugee, the importance of humor in tragedy and having to listen to Luke preach every week.
English Professor Dr. Steven Moore and theologian Randy Harris join the show to discuss Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Between the World and Me, black rage, pro wrestling, black bodies, “those who imagine themselves to be white” and the power of listening.
For more on the subject by Steven and Randy check out this video.
Jonathan Storment is back talking about preachers leaving ministry, educational divide in churches, Biblical criticism, work, who can read the Bible, mental health and all things August from the podcast.
Shauna Niequist returns to the show to discuss work being a drug, Brene Brown, running from feelings, dealing with the emptiness, sea change, how we can’t earn love, the power of silence, and Shauna’s new book Present over Perfect.
Tripp Fuller from Homebrewed Christianity podcast returns to answer questions about the Devilpalooza. We discuss Calvinism, Rohr, Bono, Trump, the return of preaching and ducking issues as a minister. For part two click here.
Jonathan Martin returns to the show to discuss vulnerability hangovers, the portable Jerrod McKenna, shipwrecks shaping theology, baptism, Barbara Brown Taylor, bulking up with Stephen Furtick, Robert Redford, and his new book How to Survive a Shipwreck.
Dr. Richard Beck along with sidekick Jonathan Storment discuss the Devilpalooza (which will air next week), who is responsible for the Wrapup podcast with Storment, going native, revolt theology, keeping faith during suffering, shame, and Richard’s new book Reviving Old Scratch.
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