Episode 3.1: Barbara Brown Taylor on Faith & Writing

New York Times Best-selling author and Episcopal priest, Barbara Brown Taylor, sits down with fellow writer Isaac Anderson to discuss writing as an act of faith.

Episode 2.10: Rachel Held Evans on being the spiritual voice of a collective

In the final episode of Season 2, New York Times best-selling author and speaker Rachel Held Evans sits down with Rev. Roger Nelson at the 2017 Writer’s Workshop to answer, “What is it like to be the spiritual voice of a collective”?

Episode 2.9: Edith Humphrey and John Thompson on Tradition and the Centrality of Scripture

In this episode, theologians Edith M. Humphrey and John L. Thompson discuss the question, “Does church tradition undermine the centrality and authority of scripture?”

Episode 2.8: Daniel Castelo on The “Problem” of Evil

In this episode, Dr. J. Todd Billings sat down with Dr. Daniel Castelo, Associate Professor of Theology at Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, WA, and author of The Apathetic God, and Pentecostalism as a Christian Mystical Tradition. Dr. Billings asked Dr. Castelo about theodicy and addressing the “Problem of evil” from a Christian theological perspective.

Episode 2.7: Alison Adam & Greg Scheer on Global Music

In this episode, Alison Adam and Greg Scheer discuss the question, “How can Global Music in Western Worship be done authentically and respectfully?” This episode was filmed at the Calvin Symposium on Worship.

Episode 2.6: Jared Ayers on “Seeker Comprehensibility”

On this episode, church planter and pastor of Liberti Church Philadelphia Jared Ayers discusses the difference between seeker comprehensibility and seeker sensitivity and how his church is attempting to accomplish the former.