One of our favorite theology nerds - author J.R. Daniel Kirk drops by the HBC Headquarters for an Easter style Throwdown. This was recorded last year and placed in the cellar to age. What you are about to enjoy is some vintage goodness! Kirk is the author of Jesus have I love but Paul? and he … Read more about TNT Easter-Cast with Daniel Kirk
Last year’s John 14:6 challenge was a blast - so we decided we would throw out another challenge and ask the deacons to call in. We will pick a selection of calls and posts to interact with on the next TNT. Here are the step-by-step instructions: Read the challenge post below Think about a … Read more about The Easter Call-In Challenge!
My friend Krista Dalton tweeted yesterday morning: Was told Lent was “stupid” by a fellow Christian at school. Good reminder why I am not evangelical! I had to fes’ up to her that I used to say crap like that and I repented. So what is it about Lent that evangelicals hate so much? I have a … Read more about Why Evangelicals Hate Lent
In this hour long conversation Bo and Tripp take up the question "Is too much emphasis placed on the cross?" Bo thinks that it is both out of proportion and ultimately unhelpful to place so much importance in this one symbol. Tripp think that it can be redeemed from those who have misused and … Read more about The Cross, Resurrection, Blood, and Church of Jesus: TNT Crossed Out
In tomorrow's TNT I am planning to ask Tripp if he thinks that too much has been made out the the cross. “Have we over-focused on the crucifixion?” [the link to this episode is here] I think that we may have overdone it on the cross. It is out of proportion. I want to I hear more about the … Read more about Crossed Out – have we overdone the crucifixion?
Last week I spoke in favor of both Peter Rollins. I really am a fan of what he is up to and what people think that he is up to. But there is also something that concerns me. It only shows up once in a while, but when it pokes through - I really get uncomfortable. In this latest podcast, it … Read more about Empty Places and the need for prophets