In this episode, I talk to author, theologian, and patristic scholar, Brad Jersak about hearing God, inner healing, a more beautiful gospel, the afterlife, finding community post deconstruction, areas where he struggles with Orthodox Church practice, and several books that he is currently working on-including a short story with “The Shack” author, William Paul Young. […]
In this episode of the podcast, we explore Rene’ Girard’s paradigm shifting mimetic theory with author and podcaster Matthew J. Distefano. I asked Matthew to give us a very high level view for people, like me, who have struggled to grasp the concept and its’ implications in our life. We also get in to the […]
In this episode, I talk to friend and fellow spiritual seeker Beau Hoffman about navigating the shifting sands of deconstruction, following Jesus into reconstruction, and what it means to be evangelical today. Beau is a voice worth following on social media. You can find him on Facebook and Instagram.
In Episode 03, we welcome back our first ever repeat guest, Jesus Unbound author Keith Giles, to discuss the journey from belief in the Bible as the inerrant Word of God to a belief that Jesus of Nazareth is the one and only Word of God. What does that mean for our faith? Where did […]
In this episode, we speak with author, podcaster, and life coach, Jamal Jivanjee, about moving from an economy of scarcity to an economy of love and service. We’re excited for you to listen to this episode and would love to read your thoughts in the comments below. Jamal’s latest book is Living for a Living. […]
Episode 01 of our new podcast is now available. You can listen by clicking here. In this episode, I talk to “Jesus Untangled” author Keith Giles to discuss the intersection of faith and nationalism. You can find more great content from Keith on Patreon! “Jesus Untangled” is currently only 99 cents on Kindle for a […]
I’m not what most people would consider a “real” pastor. I have no desire to manage the faith or spirituality of anyone else. I trust the Holy Spirit to do that. I have no desire to “grow a church” or oversee countless programs or committees. Real discipleship doesn’t seem to happen in a classroom. I […]