Dr. Pete Enns joins the podcast from the Pepperdine Bible Lectures to discuss the problematic texts of the Bible, integrated faith, creation, the historical issues of Genesis 1, and the interaction of science and theology.
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.
The Founding Director of The Yale Center for Faith & Culture, Professor Miroslav Volf, joins the show to discuss how religion benefits the world, living by Bread alone, the golden rule, religions resources for the world, evangelism and competing truth claims in a pluralistic world, the morality of witness, and his new book Flourishing: Why we Need Religion in a Globalized World.
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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.
Author Frank Schaeffer joins the show to discuss growing up as Evangelical royalty, embracing paradox, choosing empathy over theology, asking “What is beautiful?” How religion hurts people, yet he’s still at church every Sunday and Why I am an Atheist Who Believes in God.
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