Greg distinguishes practices from beliefs, and warns Christians about the evils of Christmas trees and shaking hands.
Greg talks about his background in the Pentecostal Church, and offers his own thoughts on what it looks like when we are full of the Holy Spirit.
Greg talks about demonstrating counter-examples in a world overflowing with assumptions and prejudices.
Greg talks about the paradox of Trinity and Christ's experience of separation on the cross.
Greg talks writing books.
Greg talks about Bethel, why he taught there, and why he left.
Greg talks forgiveness, reconciliation, consequences of sin, and the afterlife. All in less than 5 minutes.
Greg talks about science and the Bible.
Dan interviews Bonnie Kristian on her new book: A Flexible Faith: Rethinking What It Means to Follow Jesus Today
Greg psychologizes Christ on the cross.
Grab a bucket for this no-holds barred baptism episode.
Greg continues purging his views on purgatory.
Greg purges his views on purgatory.
Greg gets into divination and looks into his crystal ball.
Greg gets funky in this toe-tapping episode on church music.
Greg talks about accommodation, judgement, and homosexuality.
Greg tells the story of those strange days in the 80s when he was a pseudo-Calvinist.
Greg talks about practicing a prayer discipline and battling against feelings of superficiality in prayer.
Greg talks about growing up without his biological mother and then having an abusive step-mother.
Greg talks about the Aspen School of Missional Apprenticeship (SOMA) and how investing in a discipleship program now can have exponential returns for your ministry for the rest of your life.
Link to the program: SOMA
Greg talks about Spiritual Warfare and the risks of speculating about things we do not know anything about.
Greg talks about God's passion for, unity with, and pursuit of his beloved bride.
Greg talks about the messianic secret and why Jesus was so hush-hush.
Dan interviews Paul Eddy, the man who may have converted Greg Boyd from Calvinism.