Greg talks about suicide and praying for the dead.
Greg talks about Paul and Peter and the slow acclimation of Christ's message in the early church.
Greg talks about the potential of Satan repenting. A great question by Matthew!
Greg talks about the nouns and verbs of God. Dan talks about unicorns named Gary
Greg talks mummies and ghouls in this horrifying Halloween episode.
Deacon discusses the Cross Vision Study Guide.
Greg talks about what impacts God.
Nazi's, baby-killers, liars, and prostitutes—this episode has it all!
Is Jesus for or against slaughtering babies? Greg talks about exodus and sacrifice.
Greg explores the intricacies and nuances of prayer.
Greg talks about a touchy subject.
Greg talks about the mysteries of gender and cautions Christians to avoid certain extreme positions. Dan apologizes for a reckless joke.
Greg talks study guides.
Greg talks politics, trust, and airs his concerns for the state of our country.
Greg talks about the Catholic Church scandal.
Greg and Frank talk Kingdom of God.
Barbara presses Greg for his Myers-Briggs results.
Big Greg struggled to realize what Little Greg knew all along.
Greg talks about depression.
Greg whether or not God can be surprised.
Greg talks heaven and hell in this solid episode.
Greg discusses divine math.
As part of our Reknew podcast, Greg has begun to interview various noteworthy kingdom leaders and authors. In this first interview, Greg talks with Keith Giles, author of the recently published Jesus Unbounded, about his new book and an assortment of related kingdom matters.
Every knows Greg is seriously challenged when it comes to technology, so it should come as no surprise that his first attempt at recording an interview was not without glitches. Most importantly, the audio on Keith in this interview is intelligible, but a bit muted.
We promise that the quality of these interviews will improve as Greg’s technological skills improve, but todays is what it is.
Thanks for your understanding and enjoy the interview.
Greg considers God's wrath.
Greg talks about pan-millenialism (doesn't that sound intriguing?).