Tony Campolo Is The Sexy Bald Man Leading the Red Letter Revolution

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Tony Campolo discusses aspects of the book he co-authored with Shane Claiborne, “Red Letter Revolution.”

Learning to Love Tennis As Religious Experience

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When the greatest writer of his generation wrote about the greatest tennis player in history.

This Spiritual Novelist Has Sold More Than 18 Million Books … And You’ve Probably Never Heard of Him. Or Have You?

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Listen in on a fascinating conversation with William Paul Young, the author of best-seller “The Shack” and the new book “Crossroads.”

Gays vs Christians, Bill O’Reilly and Pat Robertson

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Justin was raised in a conservative evangelical culture, and around the time he reached puberty realized he was gay. He has since found a call from God in his ministry of reconciliation between those in the LGBT community and those in the church currently wrestling with issues of sexual identity.

Sexuality, Beer and Ministry (Homebrewed CultureCast)

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Whose problem is it when men are distracted by an attractive woman behind the pulpit at church, and what, if anything, can be done about it?

Hipsters, Zombies and the End of Civilization

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Homebrewed Christianity Godfathers Tripp Fuller and Bo Sanders discuss the AMC zombie show, Walking Dead, how Zombie Theology can be applied to scripture and what every good Christian needs in order to survive a zombie apocalypse.

Peter Rollins on God, Gin and Zombies

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A lively chat about the Death Drive, why billionaires aren’t actually selfish and how we’ve made an idol out of the beliefs we often claim as central to our Christian faith.

Immigration Reform with Jim Wallis: The Interview

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“The checks have replaced all the balances in our public life. Until we get the money out of politics, we’ll never get values back into politics. There’s a long-term need here now for a social movement focusing on the influence of money in politics.” -Jim Wallis