Tag Archives: Richard Rohr

Christopher Heuertz :The Sacred Enneagram

Chris Heuertz joins the show to discuss his friend Mother Teresea, Fr. Richard Rohr, true self, faith vs. belief, and his new book The Sacred Enneagram.

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Reconstruction: Brian Zahnd and Paul Nevison

We discuss the transformation process of faith of construction, deconstruction and reconstruction with pastor and author Brian Zahnd and filmmaker Paul Nevison.

For more on Brian Zahnd’s reconstruction check out his book Water to Wine.

For more on Paul, listen to him giggle in the back of the Richard Rohr and Rob Bell podcasts.

Richard Rohr: Divine Dance (Part 2) plus Mike Morrell

In the second part of the Richard Rohr conversation about The Divine Dance we discuss the Cosmic Christ, spiral dynamics, praying to Jesus or through Jesus, the image of God, why the conservative church is more stable and the liberal’s inability to worship and Aat vs. Art.

Also Rohr’ co-author Mike Morrell of Presence joins us to discuss writing with Richard Rohr.

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Tripp Fuller: The Devilpalooza Follow-up

Tripp Fuller from Homebrewed Christianity podcast returns to answer questions about the Devilpalooza. We discuss Calvinism, Rohr, Bono, Trump, the return of preaching and ducking issues as a minister.  For part two click here.

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For more from Tripp Fuller checkout his new book.

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Peter Enns: The Sin of Certainty

Dr. Peter Enns returns to the show to discuss Richard Rohr, honesty, how intellectuals can process spiritual experiences, forced deaths, the importance of going through agnostic phases, faith, Disney vs. Harvard, why Pete’s family doesn’t read his writing and his newest book The Sin of Certainty.

Brian Zahnd: Water to Wine

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.