Greg gets platonic in this deep dive into God's essential nature.
Greg ponders the cross, time, and space.
Greg considers systemic racism and how that ought to shape our focus on personal responsibility.
Greg considers police violence, black-on-black violence, and how we should police society.
Dan Kent and Curtis Holtzen discuss a God who trusts people, and the profound implications of God's love for each of us.
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Greg considers Psalm 139, and whether this verse overthrows open theism.
Greg finds God in a world controlled by Satan.
Greg challenges prosperity preaching.
Greg looks at the nature of badness in this fleshy episode.
Greg and Dan pontificate on the joy of arbitrary freedom.
Greg talks about God's control, and the assurance God offers us in Scripture.
Greg and Barbara talk about the nature of deception and responsibility.
Greg analyzes Jesus's DNA.
Greg considers the interesting phrase in 1 Corinthians 9:19-23 where Paul says he will be "all things to all people."
Greg gets to the point about swords, offering a sharp response to this cutting question.
Greg looks at the already-but-not-yet nature of salvation and reality.
Greg points his theological laser at marriage and divorce.
Dan Kent and Brian Zahnd nerd out on all things Bob Dylan and God.
Greg conjures up profound thoughts.
Greg considers Romans 8:20-21.
Greg calculates space for free will.
Greg and Josiah talk about Covid, New York, and homelessness.
Greg points his periscope into the afterlife.
Greg talks with Thomas Jay Oord about what God can and can't do.
Greg reconstructs heaven.