Month: May 2016

Black Olive or Green Olive, What Color Was Jesus?: An Interview with Adam Clark

Today marks the 95th Anniversary of the Tulsa Race Riot. A recent article at Smithsonian.com highlighted the recovery of an eyewitness account of the events. Clearly the event was not a riot. Read More

Man-Crushing Tuesday or, When Jason Micheli and Teer Hardy Flip the Script on Me

One of these days I will interview my daughters for the pathological podcast. What would garner more listens than to hear two PK’s talk about life in the fishbowl? Read More

Jesus Spit In Your Soup: An Interview with Tripp Fuller

I like my soup hot, real hot. Patty likes her just a tad beyond warm. Neither of us would like it if you spit in our soup. Read More

Ingredients for the Pastor-Theologian: An Interview with Tony Jones

Breadth increases depth. It may not be possible to master every subject of human knowledge. But, learning what it means to be conversant in a wide array of fields deepens theological reflection for the pastor.

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