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.
Fr. James Martin joins the show to discuss being the official chaplain of the Colbert Report, who gives up more Protestant pastors or Catholic priests, not sermonizing stories, tragedy, prayer, lament, images of God, Mary and his new book The Abbey.
Fr. Richard Rohr returns to the show to discuss the Pope’s visit to America, Mary the Mother of Jesus, male spirituality, Adam’s Return, trusting in death, Prayer and so much more.
Part Two: Richard Beck and Rob Bell return to the show to discuss The Zimzum of Love & Moltmann, Eucharist as saving grace, being in the heart of the Protestant machine, the conservative evangelical church being a house of cards, table fellowship, Everything is Spiritual part Too or Two, shared neediness, Black Sabbath & preaching, not believing in failure, and craft vs. success.
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In the second part of the conversation with Fr. Richard Rohr we discuss the Enneagram including N.T. Wright’s number, why religion makes the best of people and the worst of people, the need for change, the Cosmic Christ and more.
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Fr. Richard Rohr returns to the show to discuss why conservatives can’t tear down and liberals can’t build, faith as knowing and unknowing, his appeal to evangelical males, Non-Dual Thinking, Isis, non-violence, Sins of weakness verse Sins of Malice and more.
Check back next week for Part 2 when we discuss the Enneagram, N.T. Wright, the Cosmic Christ and more.