Greg discusses the revolution of God.
Greg talks about how he began drumming.
Greg evaluates God's PR department.
Things get deep, literarily, as Greg discusses deep literalism.
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Get out your abacus for this financial whirlwind episode!
Greg considers the documentation habits of the Lord.
Jesus seems to say that we shouldn't worry, that we are secure, and that we are in great danger(!). Which one is it, Greg?
Greg separates the wheat from the chaff in this allegiance-busting politically provocative episode.
Greg talks about a passage in Timothy that seems to prohibit women from leadership.
Greg talks about working with people of the opposite sex—in particular, about the Billy Graham rule.
Greg talks about a book that he is reviewing called: The Faith of God: A Relational Theology of Divine Trust, Hope, and Love, by: William Holtzen.
Greg gives an update on his thoughts on Jordan Peterson after having written a series critiquing his book 12 Rules for Life.
Dan interviews Dominique Gilliard about his book Rethinking Incarceration: Advocating for Justice That Restores.
Greg discusses the importance of purity.
Greg discusses non-violence as it relates to sports.
Greg considers why Satan was allowed into the Garden.
Greg looks at John 10:10 and considers what life-to-the-fullest means.
Greg looks at Galatians 3:26-29.
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.