Tag Archives: Transformation

Reconstruction: Brian Zahnd and Paul Nevison

We discuss the transformation process of faith of construction, deconstruction and reconstruction with pastor and author Brian Zahnd and filmmaker Paul Nevison.

For more on Brian Zahnd’s reconstruction check out his book Water to Wine.

For more on Paul, listen to him giggle in the back of the Richard Rohr and Rob Bell podcasts.


Richard Rohr: The Divine Dance

Richard Rohr returns to discuss U2, pagan views of God, the Gospel of John, culture consuming religion, suffering, evolution and his new book The Divine Dance. Part 1 of 2.

James K.A. Smith: You Are What You Love

Philosopher Dr. James Smith joins the show to talk The Power of Habits, being changed by Love, smoking nurses, virtues vs. laws, developing 2nd Nature, St. Augustine grass, sacraments,  and his new book You Are What You Love.


Life’s a Beach

The topic is modern spirituality’s propensity to build structures of safety instead of teaching us to swim in the mystery for the first ever Newsworthy Monologue.


Brian Zahnd: Water to Wine

Brian Zahnd returns to the show to discuss his personal connection to Eminem, how a pastor can experience change, embracing the Great Tradition, dealing with doubt honestly, being used by politicians, certainty as a poor substitute for faith, becoming more ecumenical and his new book Water to Wine.


Sarah Bessey: Out of Sorts

Sarah Bessey returns to the show to discuss the Second Naivety, the Top 3 Canadians, what to call N.T. Wright, returning to church, reading the Bible and her new book Out of Sorts.

For more on this month’s sponsor check out Eleven:28 Ministries.


Shane Hipps: Cats Don’t Bark

Shane Hipps return to the show to discuss feline veterinarian medicine, The True Voice, True Self, divesting ones self of the outcomes, the preacher as first word but not the final word, and his new book Cats Don’t Bark.


Becca Stevens: Letters from the Farm

51nyrcOj+FLRev. Becca Stevens returns to the show to discuss some amazing stories of redemption, Love Heals, make fun of Luke, Thistle Farms, defend essential oils, the power of community, forgiveness and her new book Letters from the Farm.


Suzanne Stabile: Enneagram

Enneagram teacher Suzanne Stabile joins the show to discuss what the Enneagram is, why Richard Rohr told her to not speak about the Enneagram for five years, why Luke doesn’t care about doing the dishes, how learning the Enneagram helps you see the world the way others do and the flaw in the Golden Rule.



Josh Cobia: What Caitlyn Jenner taught me about Jesus

1433604522_caitlyn-jenner-gJosh Cobia, author of the viral blog post “I went to church with Bruce Jenner. Here’s what Caitlyn Jenner Taught me about Jesus”  joins the show to discuss planting a church with the reality television stars as the first members, youth ministry at the Kardashian’s home, sharing the table with the LGBTQ community, the one thing he would say to his friend Caitlyn Jenner.

For more about this month’s sponsor, The Abilene Christian University Graduate School of Theology, click here.