The former Bishop N.T. Wright returns to the show to discuss Zeal, Torah, Temple, Christians make the best atheists, daylight savings time, and his new biography of Paul.
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.
For more of the work of Dr. Wright go to NTWrightonline.org
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Brian Zahnd returns to the show to discuss his personal connection to Eminem, how a pastor can experience change, embracing the Great Tradition, dealing with doubt honestly, being used by politicians, certainty as a poor substitute for faith, becoming more ecumenical and his new book Water to Wine.
Our two favorite psychologists Luke’s Dad and Richard Beck discuss all things November from the podcast including: Doubting preachers, Brent Sullivan, 2nd Naivety, Sarah Bessey, staying at church, the importance of parenting for reconstructing faith, the perennial struggle of reducing religion into words, psychologists talking New Perspective on Paul, Taylor Swift and a rare moment of humanity at the end.
For more on this month’s sponsor check out Eleven:28 Ministries.
Our old friend Jonathan Storment returns to the show to talk Richard Rohr, ISIS, numbing our pain, Enneagram, trusting God in death, following N.T. Wright, preaching as the first word and the final word.
Mike Cope returns to the show to discuss why he’s forcing Luke to follow N.T. Wright at the 2016 Pepperdine Bible Lectures, why he loves N.T. Wright so much, preaching with a limp, the Lord’s Prayer and a better way to disagree in church.
For more on the National Conference of Youth Ministry go to ncym.org.