Rob Bell returns to infect people and discuss the Bible, standup comedy, where the Bible is headed, literalism, fancy pant pastors, omega points, and his new book What is the Bible.
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Science Mike returns to the podcast to discuss smart brain stuff, Pizza Mike, String Theory, Mike’s pod-father why Atheists win arguments and his new book Finding God in the Waves.
Jonathan Storment joins the show to discuss Rob Bell, evolving as a pastor, the muse, fragile worshipers, feeling alone, describing transcendent moments, jerk moments, chemo, Easter Sunday hangover, and all things March from the podcast.
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.
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.
Jonathan Storment joins the show to discuss Rob Bell’s novel, the Zeitgeist of young America as communicated by Pete Holmes, Jonathan does his Scot McKnight impersonation, why young Christians aren’t interested in discussing Heaven, how Santa Clause is real and Heavenly Citizenship.
Comedian Pete Holmes joins the show to discuss reaching out to heathens, baptism by immersion, formation through suffering, Hell, enlightenment, truth not being fragile, coming to God through Pain, and Luke’s wedding ring.
Rob Bell returns to the show for a brief discussion on writing a novel, bowling, how leaders pass their issues onto their followers, why struggling motivational speakers are more interesting than the A-Listers and giving books away for free.