Don McLaughlin returns to the show to discuss race, tell me more, and his new book Love First.
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Jonathan Storment returns to talk Trump, the election, Hillbillies, Enneagram, why Søren Kierkegaard would be a terrible church member, the flaw of the New Perspective on Paul and Original Sin.
N.T. Wright returns to the show to discuss resurrection vs. resuscitation, humanity’s vocation, tickets to Heaven, Wrath, pagan views of God, and his new book The Day the Revolution Began.
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The Founding Director of The Yale Center for Faith & Culture, Professor Miroslav Volf, joins the show to discuss how religion benefits the world, living by Bread alone, the golden rule, religions resources for the world, evangelism and competing truth claims in a pluralistic world, the morality of witness, and his new book Flourishing: Why we Need Religion in a Globalized World.
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Jonathan Storment joins the show to discuss Rob Bell’s novel, the Zeitgeist of young America as communicated by Pete Holmes, Jonathan does his Scot McKnight impersonation, why young Christians aren’t interested in discussing Heaven, how Santa Clause is real and Heavenly Citizenship.
Josh Ross and Jonathan Storment return to the show to discuss what book kept Jonathan in Church, N.T. Wright’s Surprised by Hope brought to life in Memphis and Abilene, a better story than Rapture theology, living from Resurrection, Imagination, Resurrection being Good News even for those who don’t believe and their new book Bringing Heaven to Earth.
If you want to win a copy of this book, post a pic of where Heaven is breaking in amongst your city, your church, your school or your life and post it on Twitter with the Hashtag #BringingHeaven and we will select two of them to receive a free copy of this book.
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