Rob Bell returns to the show to discuss creativity, moving the world forward, the difference between Luke and LeBron James, Love Wins, lame questions, despair, and Rob’s new book How to Be Here.
Jonathan Storment returns to discuss all things January on the podcast including non-violence, dealing with death, religion in a pluralistic society, and at the end of the show we discuss Making a Murder.
Mike Cope also makes a cameo to discuss this month’s sponsor Pepperdine Bible Lectures.
Josh Graves, Wade Hodges, Collin Packer and Jonathan Storment all join the show to discuss the hidden podcast, pacifism, patriarchy, high school diplomas, suffering well, God in creation for the September Wrapup.
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Dr. Richard Beck and Dr. Larry Norsworthy return to the show to discuss suffering well, Carl Jung, Justin Bieber and Richard’s Blog post “Neurosis is the Avoidance of Legitimate Suffering.”
Jonathan Storment returns to the show to discuss how we understand sin, God’s Wrath, Church and Family vs. Gospel, the Church of Christ Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake, St. Kent, entitlement, gratitude, and all things August from the podcast.
At the 8:00 minute mark Sara Barton returns to the show to discuss breaking gender barriers, the book of James, and the grief of a missionary. At the 31:00 minute mark Luke’s Dad returns to the show to discuss all things Rob Bell and Richard Beck.
We start the show hearing from Derek McNeal talking about this month’s sponsor The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology.
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.
For more on this month’s sponsor check out theseattleschool.edu.
Part One: Rob Bell and Richard Beck return to the show to discuss Rob’s next book, intramural rodeos, Jane Fonda vs. Sigmund Freud, teaching evolution earlier, growth by disruption, belief affirmation systems, Rob’s game plan for Love Wins, Free will vs. determinism and more.
Rachel Held Evans joins the show to discuss which Taylor Swift song expresses her relationship with the Evangelical church, becoming an Episcopalian, the importance of inclusion, online community vs. in the flesh community, Sin, and her new book Searching for Sunday.
For more Rachel, check out these videos she has done with Work of the People.