Part 1- Tripp Fuller returns to discuss the John Cobb interview including the divinity of Jesus, gender pronouns, the Gospel of John, Peter Rollin’s divinity, and process theology vs. open theism.
Part 2- Jonathan Storment discusses how he’s just like Jimmy Kimmel, resurrection, evangelism, leadership and church wounds. We start the show by talking with the president of Missions Resource Network Dr. Dan Bouchelle.
Pete Holmes Enns returns to the show to discuss the tenth anniversary of Inspiration and Incarnation, trusting the Bible, moving past adolescent ways of reading the Bible, the journey, Pete’s love for the poetry of the Bible, his new website and we answer some listener’s questions.
Dr. Joshua Graves returns to the show to discuss being a Jesus person who loves Muslims, life after 9/11 for Muslims, earning a technical foul in a college basketball game, Piss Christ and burning the Koran, present day Good Samaritan situations and his newest book How Not To Kill a Muslim.
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Dr. Tony Jones joins the show to discuss what Jesus’ death accomplished, managing sin, yoga pants, apologizing to your kids, sin as a condition, subjective vs. objective views of atonement and his newest book “Did God Kill Jesus?”
Josh Graves and Jonathan Storment join the show to discuss all things N.T. Wright including the appeal of N.T. Wright, Skepticism vs. Evidence, Metanarrative, Post-modernity and the NBA player most comparable to N.T. Wright.
Bishop N.T. Wright joins the show to discuss the his hardest book to write, C.S. Lewis vs. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Colbert Report, the fifth signpost he would add to Simply Christian, Good News vs. Good Advice, Kingdom, New Creation, Hope vs. Evidence, and his newest book Simply Good News.
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