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All Things to All People with Michael Burns

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Michael, Jason, and Gianna Hearn dive back into our look at 1 Corinthians and its relationship to the theme of the great lie. They wade through the swampy ground of 1 Corinthians 11:2-16 and discuss what women wearing head coverings have to do
If you have ever wondered how you can make a real difference in your community, especially in the places that are seemingly paralyzed with drug addiction, homelessness, people hopelessly entangled in the criminal justice system, and other malad
 You will not want to miss this episode. Dr. Douglas Jacoby has written over 30 books, and taught God's word in over 120 countries and 100 universities. Today, he joins Michael and Jason to discuss the topic of justice. He explains what the dif
"All things are permissible for me," is not a phrase that would have sounded uncommon to the ears of first century Corinth.  Finding out who used this phrase in Roman culture and for what purposes continue to help us understand how the great li
What does a young man sleeping with his step mother and one Christian suing another in first-century Corinth have to do with the Great Lie? That's exactly what Michael and Jason discuss in this continuing look at the impact of the Great Lie in
Michael and Jason continue their look through the letter of Paul to the Corinthians as he challenges them with the explosive truth of the gospel and shows the saints how they have dangerously built the church on the wood, straw, and hay of the
Jason and Michael look at 1 Corinthians 1 and the explosive ways in which the gospel challenged them to look at the world, but also to examine themselves and see how the lie that some humans are superior and others are inferior had infected the
 Today we welcome Tim and Sam Blake, ministers in Hartford, Connecticut for a discussion that centers on the influence that the great lie can have in society and in the church and we hear from them how it impacts their ministry and presents cha
Dr. Jamila Michenerof Cornell University is our guest today. She shares her expertise and teaches us about the history of mindsets and structures set in place to help create and maintain the great lie in recent history and how those mindsets an
In this bonus episode, Michael, Otoma Edje, and author Matthew Bates talk about his books, "Saved by Allegiance Alone," "Gospel Allegiance," and "The Gospel Precisely." The conversation focuses on what biblical authors meant by the word "faith,
Kevin Holland, senior pastor at Turning Point Church in Los Angeles, California, joins Michael and Jason today for a discussion revolving around the genesis of the great lie of identity. They examine the role that the father of lies has in this
Dana Perkins, evangelist in Tacoma, Washington joins Michael and Jason to talk about the important scriptural principle of clinging to what is good and rejecting what is evil. The discussion turns to the tendency that many in our culture have t
James and Matina, biblical teachers from the Chicago Church of Christ join the podcast for an intriguing discussion about our place in the biblical story. Do we have an occasional tendency to read ourselves into the wrong places and identify wi
Michael welcomes Marty Solomon, the host of the Bema Podcast and director of Impact Campus Ministries, for a special conversation. Marty gives his thoughts on Michael's book, Escaping the Beast, shares what has surprised him about his own minis
Michael and Jason have a lively discussion about our need to balance materiality and spirituality and the negativity that results when we don't. They use this as springboard to kick off the focus of season 3 on the Great Lie and briefly explain
Reggie and Gianna Hearn talk finding life in Christ, love in Christ, and the challenges of following Jesus and reflecting the kingdom while living a non-traditional lifestyle of a married couple involved in professional sports. Reggie is a vete
Professional Counselor, Conflict Resolution expert, and evangelist in Winnipeg, Canada, David Jung joins the podcast to uncover some of the things that cause conflict and simple, although not always easy, ways to work through and resolve confli
Joel Peed joins the podcast to talk about the importance of embracing the biblical concepts of rest and stopping in the hectic life of modern Christians. He talks about both the concepts behind taking regular time to rest as well as specifics a
Trauma Theologian, Kyle Spears, joins the podcast to provide helpful thoughts and principles in effective communication in challenging and potentially divisive topics like politics, racial justice, and more. 
Michael delves into the Christian interaction when it comes to military and policing issues.
Khathutshelo Rapea joins the podcast from Johannesburg, South Africa to talk about how Christians can think about and engage the world in environmental issues. 
Michael breaks down the Ancient Greek, Roman and Jewish views and practices regarding abortion and then details how the early Christian views were very different and why they were so unique.
Johnny Rivera, Evangelist in the Central Jersey Church of Christ joins the podcast today to talk about the biblical teaching that directs our thinking about how to approach the practice of abortion in our modern context.
Robert Carillo, evangelist and leadership coach at the Los Angeles International Church of Christ, joins the podcast to talk with Michael about the biblical view of the refugee and how this can inform how we think about current issues surroundi
Biblical teacher James Becknell, and teacher and author Steve Kinnard join the podcast to talk about the challenge of seeking unity and racial righteousness in the church in a world that finds the topic so divisive and elusive.
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