Brian McLaren is joining me on four Sunday evenings for some live QnA. This is our second QnA! You can join the online class, future sessions, submit questions, and access the video guide to the book by heading over here. PS... there is a three short video guide to the book you can use with a group … Read more about Brian McLaren: Saying Yes to Christianity
Joerg Rieger has a brand new book and Catherine Keller joins the podcast for the celebration! You will want to check out Joerg's new book Theology in the Capitalocene. In the episode I asked questions that bring themes from the book into conversation with Keller's own work. While I may be bias, I am … Read more about Joerg Rieger + Catherine Keller: Theology in the Capitalocene
Back by popular request is Dr. Ryan Burge! When he was last here, we discussed some myths about Religion and Politics. Today he returns to the podcast and brings 5 graphs of religion data and we proceed to explore them and generate hot takes about them. To see the graphs themselves, you can … Read more about Ryan Burge: 5 Religion Graphs w/ a side of Hot Takes
Brian McLaren is joining me on four Sunday evenings for some live QnA. This is the first week! You can join the online class, future sessions, submit questions, and access the video guide to the book by heading over here. Brian D. McLaren is an author, speaker, activist, and public … Read more about Brian McLaren: Questioning Christianity
Tim sits down with Adam Clark and Tripp Fuller to discuss a recent post from the Center for Biblical Unity claiming that black liberation theology is a false gospel. Adam Clark was mentored by James Cone, the father of black liberation theology, and is an expert on the subject, … Read more about Adam Clark & Tripp Fuller Join the New Evangelicals
Dr. Aaron Simmons is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Furman University. He returns to the podcast for some seriously nerdy fun. We tackled a number of questions from Homebrewed Community members. Our questions include... Polly — How do I stop feeling angry and sick when I think about the … Read more about Aaron Simmons: Do I Have a Soul? & other cultural preferences in bold.
The Rings of Power is not out and about in the world! After seeing the first two episodes, I have been able to exhale, knowing the show isn't going to be the nightmare many of us Tolkien Heads feared. It was surprisingly good. In this live-streamed episode, Nick Polk and I were joined by singer, … Read more about Kevin Max & the Rings of Power #TolkienHeads
What happens when three of my best friends come on the podcast to answer your questions? This. My friends and friends of the pod, Sarah, Myron, and Dan are here for the nerdy fun. Recently, I have been reading collecting listener questions and then asking myself, 'what nerdy friend should answer … Read more about Religious Trauma, Bracketing Belief, & the Best Reason to Believe in God