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.
Wade Hodges returns to the show to do a super classy wrapup show discussing Luke’s foray into blogging, Christians who can live in paradox, the four hats a preacher wears, foul mouthed guests, and Wade attempts to figure out the upcoming guests for November.
Dr. Anna Carter Florence joins the show in front of a live audience to discuss the intersection of standup and preaching, setting the text free, and why Luke needs to go to Columbia Seminary.
Dr. Rich Little, Luke’s freshman Bible teacher, joins the show to discuss the transition that made him leave his job at Harding University, theology as a human construct, how temperament affects how we view God, what scripture is, and his hippy view of nature.
The self-described “Yankee Jewish Feminist who teaches in a predominantly Christian divinity school in the buckle of the Bible Belt” Dr. Amy-Jill Levine joins the show to talk Jesus’ Jewishness, the Pope reading her books, The Good Hamas, women in 1st Century Judaism, how to read Jesus’ parables and “Short Stories by Jesus.“
Wade Hodges joins the show to talk with Luke about how Christians treat celebrities, idolatry, Foundationalism, evolution and more as we recap June’s shows.