Danielle Shroyer joins the show to discuss the history of Original Sin, the importance of starting in Genesis one instead of Genesis three, Gospel, and her new book Original Blessing.
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Suzanne Stabile and Ian Cron return to the show to discuss the Enneagram, personality profile, and their new podcast The Road Back to You.
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.
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.
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?”
Dr. Josh Graves return to the show for a year end show discussing the future of Christianity, lessons from Kenya and Seoul Korea, Head and Heart, Holistic Spirituality, Death and Powers, New Charismatics, Interfaith dialogue, Who is right vs. Who is most hospitable.
Barbara Brown Taylor returns to the show to discuss why she will not watch her interview with Oprah, who would play her in a movie, introverted pastors, disappointment with God, transformation and translation, worrying and praying, the troubling word “sin” and Learning to Walk in the Dark.
Richard Beck rejoins the show to discuss his new BFF Greg Boyd, Warfare Theology, agnosticism about the Devil, the weakness of Progressives’ treatment of evil, the legitimacy of Free Will, how guilt is good, his desire to make amends with his hero Nadia Bolz-Weber, and of course Lady Gaga.
Francis Spufford joins the show to discuss the human potential to “mess” things up, the absence of God, suffering, his desire to go hunting with Sarah Palin and his book Unapologetic.