Tag Archives: Nadia Bolz-Weber

November Wrapup: Richard Beck and Larry Norsworthy

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.

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Jamie Wright: The Very Worst Missionary

Jamie Wright, aka the Very Worst Missionary, joins the show to discuss how to practice honesty, depression, #Blessed, who should or shouldn’t go or short-term mission trips and she finally answers if she is indeed N.T. Wright’s potty mouthed niece.

Jonathan Storment: Torture

Jonathan Storment returns to have a year end conversation on torture, his Anabaptist influence, the church’s place in the conversation, his favorite guests from the year, and Jonathan claims that he came up with the phrase “grace is an indictment.”


Richard Beck: Warfare Theology

Richard Beck rejoins the show to discuss his new BFF Greg Boyd, Warfare Theology, agnosticism about the Devil, the weakness of Progressives’ treatment of evil, the legitimacy of Free Will, how guilt is good, his desire to make amends with his hero Nadia Bolz-Weber, and of course Lady Gaga.