Jonathan Storment joins us again to discuss his jealousy of Tripp Fuller, Evolution, Evil, the bow and arrow effect, God as an idea, Christian art, the LGBTQ community and all things May from the podcast.
Dr. Richard Beck along with sidekick Jonathan Storment discuss the Devilpalooza (which will air next week), who is responsible for the Wrapup podcast with Storment, going native, revolt theology, keeping faith during suffering, shame, and Richard’s new book Reviving Old Scratch.
Jonathan Storment returns to the show to talk Justin Bieber, Calvinism, Ecumenicalism, grief, progress, suffering, flea markets, Three Phrases, Deuteronomy vs. Job and Jonathan is thankful for anyone interacting with him.
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.
We join Rev.Becca Stevens at the Thistle Farm Cafe to talk about diving into death, song writing with Steven Tyler, taking a prophetic stance even when it costs you, Dixie Chicks, essential oils, listening to epiphanies, and Love has the last word.
For more on this month’s sponsor The Pepperdine Bible Lectures click here.
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.
Josh Graves, Wade Hodges, Collin Packer and Jonathan Storment all join the show to discuss the hidden podcast, pacifism, patriarchy, high school diplomas, suffering well, God in creation for the September Wrapup.
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