Elevating voices who are re-imagining faith.
14: Soul Path & Jewishness of Jesus w/ Kent Dobson, Author of “Bitten by a Camel”
September 17, 2017 11:21 PM PDT
In episode 14, we hang with Kent Dobson who recently released the book “Bitten by a Camel: Leaving Church, Finding God.” Kent is a key voice in the unfolding conversation and re-thinking of God, Christianity, the bible and spirituality. His book catalogs his journey of re-thinking many fundamentalist tenants of faith and how that quest took him to climbing Mt. Sinai only to be bitten by a camel. We talk about the soul path, problems with original sin, the Loyal Soldier and Jewishness of Jesus. Learn more about Kent at www.kentdobson.com13: Leaving Evangelicalism, Nashville Statement and Biblical Literalism w/ David Gushee, Author of “Still Christian”
September 11, 2017 05:00 AM PDT
Episode 13 is about David Gushee’s latest book, “Still Christian: Following Jesus Out of American Evangelicalism.” In 2014, David was ushered out of evangelicalism after publishing his change of mind regarding human sexuality and the inclusion of our LGBTQ+ community. We talk about the roots of evangelicalism, problems with biblical literalism, the Nashville Statement, egalitarianism and white privilege. Learn more about David here: http://www.davidpgushee.com12: “Sacred Enneagram” w/ Chris Heuertz of Gravity Center
September 05, 2017 05:00 AM PDT
Episode 12 with Chris Heuertz is all about his newest book, “Sacred Enneagram: Finding Your Unique Path to Spiritual Growth.” Chris is the co-founder of Gravity, a Center for Contemplation and Action. He speaks all over the world, leads retreats and was named one of Outreach Magazine’s “30 Emerging Influencers Reshaping Leadership.” Chris talks with us about the enneagram, self-reflection and doing deep inner work in our lives. While there are many books on the enneagram, Chris takes you beyond caricatures to how our enneagram type aligns with prayer postures which lead to spiritual growth. Learn more here: www.sacredenneagram.org or www.gravitycenter.com11: Safe Spaces, Beermosas & Doing Good w/ Nate Stone of Bar Church Seattle
August 28, 2017 05:00 AM PDT
On episode 11, we talk with Nate Stone of Bar Church, Seattle. He shares his story of starting a church which meets in an unlikely place — a bar. Nate wanted to create a place he genuinely loved where people can talk openly about faith (doubts included) while helping make the world more beautiful. At one of their gatherings, you can grab a beermosa, sit around some tables in a beer hall and have some meaningful conversation about what it means to live in the way of Jesus. Learn more at: www.barchurch.com10: Deconstruction, Cancer & Faith on the Edge w/ Tim Burnette of the Way Collective
August 19, 2017 02:09 PM PDT
On episode 10, Tim Burnette of the Way Collective joins us to share his story of being diagnosed with cancer and the deconstruction which followed. It’s a story of loss, change, living on the edges of faith and the beauty that follows. He’s got some great advice to those who are asking questions about God, faith or deconstructing their beliefs. Tim is currently living in Santa Barbara, California and starting a new community called the Way Collective. Learn more here: https://www.waycollective.org.
August 14, 2017 04:00 AM PDT
On episode 9, we talk to leader and teacher, Kevin Neuner about how the teachings of Jesus have transformed throughout time. We talk about the intersection of technology and faith, how stories are told, and how we can ask better questions about the bible. See more of Kevin's work at www.kevinneuner.com.
If you want to hear more from Kevin, check out our conversation with him about "What is the Bible" in episode 2.8: From Mega Church to Coffee Church w/ Steve Gerali of Sanctuary Coffee
August 07, 2017 04:00 AM PDT
On episode 8, we talk with author, theologian and entrepreneur, Steve Gerali, from Sanctuary Coffee in Claremont, California. We talk about the current reformation of the church and his story from working at one of the largest churches in America to starting Sanctuary Coffee. Sanctuary Coffee's motto is "impacting lives with every cup". They're a non-profit coffee house / church where it's more about relationships and partnering with local organizations to do good. Learn more here: http://www.sanctuaryclaremont.com.6: The Bible for Normal People with Author & Theologian, Pete Enns
June 26, 2017 05:00 AM PDT
On episode 6, we talk with author, theologian & podcaster, Pete Enns about all sorts of bible stuff - inerrancy, authority, inspiration and how to let the Bible be what it is. These are just a few themes from his book "The Bible Tells Me So" where Pete also writes about contradictions, confusing stories from the Old Testament and all that bible violence. Join us to hear a different way to read the bible and then check out Pete's podcast, "The Bible for Normal People", to take it a step further! Learn more about Pete Enns at: peteenns.com5: “Did God Kill Jesus?” with Author & Theologian, Tony Jones
June 11, 2017 11:20 PM PDT
On episode 5, we talk with author & theologian, Tony Jones, about his most recent book, Did God Kill Jesus? Searching for Love in History's Most Famous Execution. The atonement and cross haven’t always been understood as it is today in popular evangelicalism and Tony helps us get a wider, more historical view. You just might get introduced to a fresh way of understanding why Jesus died that is all about love and less about a God who had to kill his kid. Learn more about Tony Jones at: http://tonyj.net4: #staymarried with Author & Blogger, Michelle Peterson
May 31, 2017 06:30 AM PDT
On episode 4, Kyle talks with the author of the recently released book, “#staymarried: A Couple’s Devotional”. #staymarried offers inclusive, open-minded guidance that applies to a diverse range of couples. We talk about the story behind the book and what it looks like to re-imagine healthy relationships which last for the long haul. Learn more at: www.staymarriedblog.com.
There are a growing number of people who have given up on church, hit a wall in their faith, or been left with lingering question regarding the Christian tradition which was passed down to them. But they're not ready to entirely walk away from God, spirituality, or faith — if anything, they believe faith is what grounds us and helps us to make a difference in our shared world.
Maybe this is your story.
We started this podcast to elevate voices who are re-imagining faith. Here at Voices you will hear a refreshing and collective narrative from people who are exploring new ways to live differently.
There are a growing number of people who have given up on church, hit a wall in their faith, or been left with lingering question regarding the christian tradition which was passed down to them. But, they're not ready to entirely walk away from God, spirituality, or faith — if anything, they believe faith is what grounds us, and helps us to make a difference in our shared world. Maybe this is your story. We started this podcast to elevate voices who are re-imagining faith. Here at Voices you will hear a refreshing and collective narrative from people who are exploring new ways to live differently.
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