Tag Archives: Parenting

Jamie Wright: Round Two

Jamie Wright aka The Very Worst Missionary returns to the show to discuss the flaw with short-term missions, over-spiritualized language, the mission of the Church, core competency, a theology of vacations, #noprostitutes, her upcoming book, Uber, parenting tips, preacher’s kids, and self-care.

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.

For more on this month’s sponsor check out Eleven:28 Ministries.

Richard Beck: Father’s Day

On Mother’s Day we tell mothers how much we love them and appreciate them, but on Father’s day we tell fathers to step up. Why? Experimental psychologist Dr. Richard Beck rejoins the show for the third time to discuss this phenomenon along with benevolent sexism, agency vs. communion and how we get the word “mammal.”

Pepperdine Mega-Podcast

Three-part podcast with Sean Palmer, Josh Graves (starting around 18:00),  and Josh Ross (33:00), from Malibu, California. Why we didn’t get a picture outside, I don’t know.

Here are a few links to subjects discussed in the podcast:

*Sean talks with us about why dads don’t babysit referencing this blog post.

*Josh Graves discusses this U2 song and Luke mentions this live U2 song.

*To learn more about Josh Ross’ trip to Barrow, Alaska check out this great video.

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