Rev Brit Bolerjack joins us to talk about Earth Day. Why is creation care so important for Christians? And how can we lead faithfully such that our congregations learn the value of creation for a faithful people?
What is a Gospel? What makes the four in our canon stand out? Plus, we know you love our fights, so we argue about which of the four is the best. PLUS: we talk (probably too much?) about the Infancy Gospel of Thomas.
It turns out that even in egalitarian homes, women do more work than men - especially if kids are in the mix. Why is that? Psychologist Darcy Lockman joins us to explore the causes - and solutions - of our surprisingly unequal relationships.
Onleilove Alston joins us to explore what it means to say the Bible is a Black book. From the construction of race to the Blackness of Adam and Eve, we explore why the Biblical roots of Blackness matter for all of us, no matter what color we are.
Why are Christians so obsessed with the rapture? Author, blogger and Nazarene elder Zack Hunt joins us to talk about his new book Unraptured, which is a lot less about well, the rapture, than you might think!
Movies about Biblical stories are a mixed bag, and they're always divisive. So we throw our hats in the filmmaking ring by casting our own biblical epics. What movies do we want to see, and who're our dream casts and crews? PLUS: a big, IATC...
The United Methodist General Conference last week sent shockwaves through many Wesleyan denominations who are seeking to love and make disciples among the LGBTQ communities who worship with us. How do we make decisions as a global church? And how do...
The problem of Evil is one of the thorniest we face as theologians. Thomas Jay Oord returns to the show to explore his unique answer: that because of God's essential nature, God is unable to stop evil.
Leadership is a divisive word among pastors. Should the church value leadership? Or is that kneeling to cultural trends? Might there be a different leadership paradigm? Rev. Deanna Hayden joins us to explore how a Wesleyan framework for leadership...
Reverend Sarah Shay Riley joins us to explore the unique stresses and blessings of being a pastor who is also a parent. We explore everything from spiritual disciplines to raising a kid in a congregation.
How does suburban culture form us away from the life God created us to live? And how can we discover counter-liturgies that form us toward God? Author Ashley Hales joins us to discover how we find Holy in the suburbs.