Dan Kent and the Surprising God Think Tank chat with Joshua Rasmussen about God, the ground of all being, open theism, consiousness, and a whole lot more.
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Greg discusses the various ways we bond with our lovers.
Greg talks about how to become a snake.
Greg considers politics and Jesus's call to non-violence.
Greg outlines the special sonship of Jesus.
Greg speculates on who knew what before the crucifixion and resurrection.
Greg assesses Thomas Jay Oord's new book.
Greg puts the many worlds in their proper places.
Greg and Dan discuss God's photogenic qualities.
Saving marriages and faith for over 1,000 episodes.
Greg wrestles with propositions, beliefs, faith, doubt, and trust in one epic epistemic episode.
Greg shines a light on a dark question.
Must we all go to seminary and go into ministry?
Greg takes inventory of his music preferences.
Greg considers Brian's Moral Math Hypothesis.
Greg ponders the writing of the Bible.
Greg talks about God's fancy presence.
Greg and Dan pass judgement on bugs.
Greg starts discussing the rapture, but then disappears midway through it.
Greg faces pain and suffering with an eye on Christ.
Greg keeps the end in mind and talks about the great unveiling.
Greg passes over the Passover with his Cruciform eye.
Greg prioritizes reason and revelation.
Greg balances the books.
Greg talks infinity, necessity, and possibility.