We continue our discussion on the Bible by addressing some ways it's been abused as a manual, rulebook, constitution, textbook, and love letter, instead of being read as an epic story about God and us. We also get personal and share what this collection of writings means to us.
We begin season 3 with our new co-host Michelle Turner agreeing upon one thing: we really love the Bible. In this episode, we clear up some common misconceptions about the Bible and discuss how it comes alive when it's handled with care.
We are excited to announce our first ever 'Live In The Gray' podcast event. Check out the details below to come out and join the discussion!
What: "Race: A Gray Conversation on Black & White America"
Who's Invited: YOU
When: Friday March 1st, 6:30PM - 8:00PM
Where: The Bridge Church
Are Christians arrogant for insisting that Jesus is the only way to get to God? Join us for a nuanced talk as we tread the line between exclusivity and inclusiveness by examining the lives of Jesus and His followers.
* This is not our typical format for the podcast; this is an experiment meant to encourage and stir your hearts this season while we eagerly prep for our Season 3 premiere on January 16th, 2019 with our new co-host Michelle Turner. Join us then for our regular discussion format.
We take a trip down memory lane and discuss this past season of LITG. Derrick corrects past mistakes, clarifies misunderstandings, and reflects on ongoing tensions. Stay tune till the end for a special announcement regarding the future of this podcast.
It's time to discuss the most misread, most misinterpreted book in the whole Bible: Revelation. This book is not about secret codes or end times predictions, but about the ongoing struggle between good and evil that we face until Jesus' return.
The Bible Project: "Revelation"
Love it or hate it, hell is here to stay. And no matter what you say about hell, someone is going to disagree. In this installment of our "Unpopular Opinions" series, Derrick and Luther take a stab at dissecting one of the most controversial tenets of Christianity.
Snowflakes. The "Nones." Sometimes referred to as Generation Y, us Millennials love to ask "why" and question everything, even that which previous generations held most sacred. In this episode, we discuss the deconstruction of spirituality amongst Millennials and whether anything can still be regarded as sacred in our post-modern culture.
Christians love to die on hills, and Bible translaions is one of them! Are some translations more helpful than others? Is there a superior version that beats out all the rest? How can we learn to see the value in all translations? Our response to all these and more in this week's episode, along with Luther's thoughts on our last episode.