Dr. Greg Boyd returns to discuss the cross-centeredness of the New Testament, Old Testament violence, podrishoners, unjustifiable texts, preaching the destruction of Jericho, and his new book The Crucifixion of the Warrior God.
Dr. Pete Enns joins the podcast from the Pepperdine Bible Lectures to discuss the problematic texts of the Bible, integrated faith, creation, the historical issues of Genesis 1, and the interaction of science and theology.
Rainn Wilson joins the show live from the Pepperdine Bible Lectures to discuss Bahai’i, fasting, the intersection of art and creativity, bassoon-ing, farming, progressive manifestation, suffering, The Office, Dwight Shrute, Soulpancake, and his book The Bassoon King.
Dr. Walter Brueggemann joins the show to discuss the intersection of sociology and theology, trading mystery for the material, imaginative preaching vs. moralistic preaching and Walter’s new book (along with his sociologist son Dr. John Brueggemann) Rebuilding the Foundations.
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On this Mailbag episode we discuss bridging traditional and conservative Christianity, Calvinism, theological differences within marriage, the role of the pastor, Midrash and too many white male guests.
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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.