A Flexible Faith with Bonnie Kristian
Jun04

A Flexible Faith with Bonnie Kristian

Who counts as a Christian? What is the difference between Orthodoxy and heresy? Author Bonnie Kristian joins us to discuss how our faith can be more flexible. We do a deep dive into two issues: atonement and gender dynamics!

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Penal Substitution and Incarceration with Dominique Dubois Gilliard
May28

Penal Substitution and Incarceration with Dominique Dubois Gilliard

The US Prison System is one of the great, ignored injustices. Author, pastor and activist Dominique Gilliard joins us to explore God’s call to visit those in prison and what that means for Christians today. We explore in depth how the doctrine of Penal Substitutionary Atonement has malformed American Christians to ignore penal injustices.

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The Best Board Games with (Geeky) Justin Lee
May28

The Best Board Games with (Geeky) Justin Lee

With the Board Game renaissance well under way, the StoryMen bring on author Justin Lee. We explore our histories with board games and count down some of our current favorites. Listen in and let us know what you’re playing!

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ENCORE: Peter Enns on Reading the Bible
May21

ENCORE: Peter Enns on Reading the Bible

The StoryMen catch up on the stories of the week and PPOW, then offer up one of our all-time most popular episodes: we talk with Dr. Peter Enns about how to read the Bible – and what to do when the Bible behaves badly!

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Austin Channing Brown is Still Here
May14

Austin Channing Brown is Still Here

What is white fragility? Austin Channing Brown joins us to explore this necessary but misunderstood term. Why do conversations about race so easily default to concern for the feelings of white persons? How can we spot the signs of white fragility? How can we keep conversations centered on the experiences of persons of color?

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The Next Worship with Sandra Van Opstal
May14

The Next Worship with Sandra Van Opstal

What’s the goal of worship? Is it authenticity? Quality? Comfort? Sandra Van Opstal has a much more radical suggestion: How can our worship represent every culture, tribe and tongue? How can churches embody that vision every Sunday?

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