Greg explores the importance of diversity in academic scholarship, and discerning the orb of God's counsel.
Greg considers Satan's role in how the Bible came to be.
Greg explores the nature of God's revelation, as it pertains to scripture and the Holy Spirit.
Greg explains his wild new tattoo, and promises he's not compensating or experiencing a mid-life crisis.
Greg puts a bow on our shortest episode ever.
Greg challenges the idea that Jesus was an inerrantist, showing why Jesus could not have meant that he would fulfill the literal statements of the law.
Greg looks at the political implications of Anabaptist theology.
Greg defends the Cruciform Hermeneutic against circularity.
Kurt Willems talks about The New Paul, Second Temple Judaism, and which Pauline letters might not actually be from Paul.
Greg considers the circular reasoning of pantheism.
Greg confesses his lavish lifestyle.
Greg looks through some old old OLD scrolls.
Greg confesses his unique sleeping habit.
Greg talks about accommodating other cultures.
Greg speculates on the nature of Jesus's ascension. Dan considers the whiplash risks of rapture.
Daniel Alexander and Greg Boyd dream of the Kingdom of God on earth here and now.
Daniel Alexander travels all the way up from Austin Texas to bring Greg a challenging question. Will Greg shoot an air ball? Or will it be a slam dunk?
If you view the cross as the outlet of God's wrath, then the violence in the Old Testament seems to make perfect sense. Greg responds.
Greg's new book: Inspired Imperfection
Dan's new book: Confident Humility
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