Tag Archives: Eucharist

James K.A. Smith: You Are What You Love

Philosopher Dr. James Smith joins the show to talk The Power of Habits, being changed by Love, smoking nurses, virtues vs. laws, developing 2nd Nature, St. Augustine grass, sacraments,  and his new book You Are What You Love.

Nadia Bolz-Weber

Nadia Bolz-Weber returns to the show to discuss Luke’s visit to House for All Sinners and Saints, Nadia’s re-connection with the churches of Christ, twelve minute sermons, church plants as a birthday party you throw for yourself, well-differentiated leaders, democratizing church and of course, CrossFit.

Don’t forget to pre-order Nadia’s new book Accidental Saints.

June Wrapup: Paul Nevison

Paul Nevison of the Hillsong Church in Sydney, Australia, joins the show to discuss who is a bigger Richard Rohr fan, how Eucharist is the great leveler, and all things newsworthy in the June wrapup.

For more on this month’s sponsor, ACU’s Graduate School of Theology.

Josh Cobia: What Caitlyn Jenner taught me about Jesus

1433604522_caitlyn-jenner-gJosh Cobia, author of the viral blog post “I went to church with Bruce Jenner. Here’s what Caitlyn Jenner Taught me about Jesus”  joins the show to discuss planting a church with the reality television stars as the first members, youth ministry at the Kardashian’s home, sharing the table with the LGBTQ community, the one thing he would say to his friend Caitlyn Jenner.

For more about this month’s sponsor, The Abilene Christian University Graduate School of Theology, click here.

Jonathan Martin and Ian Morgan Cron

IMG_2251 (1)Jonathan Martin and Ian Morgan Cron join us for another podcast from the Praxis Conference in Houston, TX.

Jonathan Martin discusses the centrality of the Eucharist, the awkwardness of a preacher not preaching and Jonathan announces his new job.

Ian Morgan Cron rejoins the show to talk Catholic imagination and what would make him get in a dumpster.

For more on Abilene Christian University’s Graduate School of Theology click here.

Richard Beck and Rob Bell: Part Two

Part Two: Richard Beck and Rob Bell return to the show to discuss The Zimzum of Love & Moltmann, Eucharist as saving grace, being in the heart of the Protestant machine, the conservative evangelical church being a house of cards, table fellowship, Everything is Spiritual part Too or Two, shared neediness, Black Sabbath & preaching, not believing in failure, and craft vs. success.

For more on this month’s sponsor check out theseattleschool.edu.

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