Greg talks about mental illness.
Greg talks about vegetarianism and veganism.
Greg discusses some fantastic strategies for dealing with family members who pressure others with their politics.
Greg talks about church leadership.
Greg talks about Bible translations.
Greg talks about the nature of God's judgment.
Greg talks about reading the imprecatory Psalms (Psalms that invoke judgment, calamity, or curses, upon one's enemies or those perceived as the enemies of God).
Greg talks about why it took God so long to reveal himself in Jesus.
In this episode Greg tries to explain to Trevor what his book "Trinity & Process" is about.
In this episode Greg looks at the command in Luke 22 to buy a sword.
In this episode Greg clarifies how politics can be dangerous and why some people might want to avoid it.
In this, the 44th episode, Greg discusses whether we should be afraid of God. What is the fear of the Lord?
Greg talks about his philosophy of preaching, specifically his preferences between expository and topical preaching.
Greg talks about his philosophy of preaching, and what his week of sermon preparation looks like.
In this episode Greg responds to a question from Kurt Willems (host of the incredible podcast: PaulCast).
In this episode Greg discusses overcoming stuttering as a young boy.
In this episode Greg unleashes fire from his drum sticks in a 3 minute stampede of percussion-mayhem.
In this episode Greg gives an update on book release plans for "Crucifixion of the Warrior God."
In this episode Greg responds to a question from Dan about rush hour traffic.
This is one of 4 doubts about God Dan has. You can read more here:
God Qualms: My 4 Nagging Doubts About God
In this episode Greg shares some intriguing insights about Aquinas and Aquinas' concept of God.
In this episode Greg discusses church organization and the current model of developing church leaders (as well as the nature of their role in the church).
In this episode Greg Answers: How do you fight, with a body bound to space and time, against something that doesn't exist in space in time?