The return of Fate Hagood to discuss racial misconceptions, if white people are always on time, how we are different, communication, authority, white preachers being nicer, learning grace, church growth, and why we should continue to discuss race.
Mike Cope debases his soul by sitting next to Jonathan Storment for this month’s wrapup to discuss eating beats with Rainn Wilson, entertainment’s witness, cheapest form of thinking, parables, Pete Enns, tell me more, and race.
Rainn Wilson joins the show live from the Pepperdine Bible Lectures to discuss Bahai’i, fasting, the intersection of art and creativity, bassoon-ing, farming, progressive manifestation, suffering, The Office, Dwight Shrute, Soulpancake, and his book The Bassoon King.
Richard Beck returns to discuss Aaron Hernandez, laundry mats, self-forgetting, theology of lingering, earning the right to celebrate Easter, growing up conservative, eschatological creatures, meaning makers.
Church Planter Jason Miller, a pastor who happens to be planting a church, talks singleness, Catholicism, sermons as songs, cuftburt, praying in community, silence, and starting a church where people can lose their faith.
Dr. Walter Brueggemann joins the show to discuss the intersection of sociology and theology, trading mystery for the material, imaginative preaching vs. moralistic preaching and Walter’s new book (along with his sociologist son Dr. John Brueggemann) Rebuilding the Foundations.
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