Tag Archives: Doubt

Caleb Wilde: Confessions of a Funeral Director

Caleb Wilde joins the show to compare death to sex, silence, negative views of death, Resurrection, tradition, Holy Saturday, and his book Confessions of a Funeral Director.


Jason Jones: Limping but Blessed

Jason Jones’ three year old son tragically passed away. Limping but Blessed is his story of keeping/finding his faith after the tragedy.

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September Wrapup: Beck, Graves and Storment

Richard Beck, Josh Graves and Jonathan Storment join the show to discuss the Trinity, Cosmic Christ,  saints, doubt, brain and all things September from the podcast.


Mike McHargue: Finding God in the Waves

Science Mike returns to the podcast to discuss smart brain stuff, Pizza Mike, String Theory, Mike’s pod-father why Atheists win arguments and his new book Finding God in the Waves.


Fr. James Martin SJ: My Life with the Saints

Fr. James Martin SJ returns to the show to discuss Stephen Colbert, the 10th Anniversary of My Life with the Saints, Sainthood like the Baseball Hall of Fame, Thomas Merton, Thomas Aquinas, the Saint of Darkness and the humanity of the saints.


Rich Little: Leaving Ministry

Dr. Rich Little rejoins the show to discuss leaving ministry, changing beliefs, pastors just going through the motions, doubt, deconstruction, suffering, selfish reasons for preaching and footwear.


A.J. Swoboda: The Dusty Ones

Dr. A.J. Swoboda returns to the show to discuss wandering, why Portland is so weird, rap songs by Shaq, modern Christianity’s over-promising, celebrity pastors,  and his new book The Dusty Ones.


Peter Enns: The Sin of Certainty

Dr. Peter Enns returns to the show to discuss Richard Rohr, honesty, how intellectuals can process spiritual experiences, forced deaths, the importance of going through agnostic phases, faith, Disney vs. Harvard, why Pete’s family doesn’t read his writing and his newest book The Sin of Certainty.


Richard Beck

Dr. Richard Beck returns to the show to discuss being a pessimist, Luke’s dad’s love for Pete Rollins, not true but good, William James, certainty as psychosis, fragile worshipers, substitutionary penal atonement, dead puppies, blood medleys, and his new book Reviving Old Scratch.


Peter Rollins: Round Three

Philosopher, writer, storyteller Peter Rollins along with Peter’s biggest fan (Luke’s Dad) return to the show to discuss Burning Man, loss, rituals, doubt, the Divine Magician, certainty as a mental disorder, bad faith, Atheism for Lent, theodicy, and Pete’s upcoming festival Wake.