In this episode Greg talks about panhandlers.
In this episode Greg talks about our role and the role of the Holy Spirit in loving out enemies.
In this episode Greg discusses the miracles of Jesus, particularly looking at why we struggle to perform them.
In this episode Dan challenges Greg on whether Christians can make any progress in the world.
In this episode Greg discusses if it is responsible to be pacifist in a community where others in the community are fighting and dying.
In this episode Greg discusses important theological questions one should ask when considering politics.
In this episode Greg discusses several passages in Isaiah that imply God's foreknowledge is a primary differentiator between Isaiah's God and all other gods.
In this episode Greg discusses creation, in the context of cosmic warfare, and considers how God could call it "good."
In this episode Greg ponders Adam and Eve's choice and the enormous consequences of that seeming arbitrary decision.
In this episode Greg the music he likes listening to. Listen as a grown man regresses to his 15 year old self.
In this episode Greg talks about balancing a productive life with a spiritually healthy one.
Greg is a highly productive person. In this episode I ask him if he has any productivity tricks.
Greg shares some of the emotional experiences he had growing up with an abusive step-parent.
Turns out even Greg procrastinates some things.
In this episode Greg discusses his new book "The Cosmic Dance."
In this episode Greg discusses bogus demon possession and considers what it all means.
In this first episode Greg shares an experience of demonic possession he witnessed and attempted to exorcise.
In this first episode Greg shares his thoughts on 1 Corinthians and the implication that the theology of Christ Crucified is foolish.
In this episode Greg talks about what the practical implication would be if Open Theism is not true. My favorite comment from this episode: "There is no way to live as if we are predestined."
In this episode Greg talks about prominent atheists he knows.
In this episode Greg talks about parents spanking children.
"Whoever spares the rod hates their children, but the one who loves their children is careful to discipline them."
In this episode Greg talks about the Christian call to love our enemies--even Hitler.
In this episode Greg talks about our warrior nature and discusses some interesting implications of that on our understanding of heaven.
In this episode Greg talks about the important role of imagination in our prayer life and in our thought life.