Greg talks about his life of eatin' and drinkin' and wild livin' in this soul-baring episode.
Greg confesses the dark history of his ancestry in this Game-of-Thrones-esque thriller.
Greg and Dan talk about marriage.
Why didn't Jesus fix the world, or tell us how to run a government?
Greg discusses Cruciform Hermeneutics.
Greg considers how to interpret mixed commands in the Bible—where one verse advises differently than another.
Greg looks at how God treats violence and divorce and speculates on why he treats them differently.
Greg talks about the book Factfulness and how he has come to get a better sense of the state of the world.
Greg talks about his relationship with Roger Olson and why he and Roger referred to themselves as 'The Odd Couple.'
Greg wrestles with non-violence in a world where God uses the violence of others for his own will.
Greg wrestles with a really tough tragedy and offers theological insight.
Greg and Dan critique Jordan Peterson's book "12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos." Here is a link to that book: 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos
Greg discusses proper brainwashing technique with Dan, Barbara, and Mindy.
Greg shares some of the tactics he uses to keep himself motivated, and the joy of making a kingdom difference.
Greg talks the consequences of creating autonomous persons.
Greg talks about worry in Matthew 6:26-27 and talks about the fact that people really die about the things that people worry about.
Greg talks about divine simplicity and counsels Dan out of his paranoia about the Ontological Argument. Grab a beverage, find a comfy chair, and have a listen to the greatest conceivable podcast.
Greg distinguishes practices from beliefs, and warns Christians about the evils of Christmas trees and shaking hands.
Greg talks about his background in the Pentecostal Church, and offers his own thoughts on what it looks like when we are full of the Holy Spirit.
Greg talks about demonstrating counter-examples in a world overflowing with assumptions and prejudices.
Greg talks about the paradox of Trinity and Christ's experience of separation on the cross.
Greg talks writing books.
Greg talks about Bethel, why he taught there, and why he left.
Greg talks forgiveness, reconciliation, consequences of sin, and the afterlife. All in less than 5 minutes.
Greg talks about science and the Bible.