Greg discusses his phenomenological-theological approach—or, HOW is the Bible inspired? Primarily the narrative? Or primarily historically accuracy?
Greg asks: Will common sense be lord of your life or will Jesus?
With an eye on false-positives and excessive skepticism, Greg talks about listening to the Holy Spirit's nudges.
Greg proposes offering craft beers at church and shares his epiphanies about Muslim scholars.
Greg considers the challenges of Christian music.
Greg considers the boundaries of the cross.
Greg discusses the risks and issues associated with praying to anyone or anything other than God.
Greg considers violence in the spiritual realm.
Greg Introduces His Cruciform Hermeneutic at the CrossVision Conference and Dialogues with Rachel Held Evans.
Greg considers God's gender and the potential power of this identification can have on faith.
Greg looks at why Jesus might have gotten so frustrated at the disciples when they woke him during the storm.
Greg looks at Peter's harsh views of women through a Cruciform lens.
Greg considers whether the verses Open Theists are simply God accommodating us.
Greg unloads a litany of beliefs that many Christians believe that come from places other than the Bible.
Dan asks Greg about eating meat.
Greg considers the terrors and horrors of America's most macabre holiday.
Greg gives his very own thoughts on using other people's thoughts. Also, some thoughts on Camus.
Things get paternal in this contemplative episode on parenting. How should kids be punished? How should kids be taught? How does divine aikido and divine accommodation influence this?
Ben asks Greg how his teachings in Benefit of the Doubt applies to the nature of hope.
Greg discusses the benefits and risks of DNA modification.
It's all about parts and wholes in this rip-roaring journey through the historical development of certain pietistic trends.
Greg talks money and mission in this fast-paced episode that will be sure to get church accountants talking.
Jonathan asks about Christians and when they should get into politics.
Greg argues why he thinks we can trust that the Bible is divinely inspired.
Greg considers what God might have risked and expected for this world.