Phil and Skye sit down with N.T. Wright for a fun and fascinating conversation with the world-renowned author and theologian. What does Wright think of the North American church? Why do modern gender issues remind him of ancient Gnosticism? Why is Phil singing show tunes to a famous theologian? What would Wright put on a billboard if he could require everyone to read one message? What is it he think kids Bibles get wrong that makes him want to write his own? All this and more! Plus… Bladerunner 2049 makes Phil think deep thoughts. And dogs are people too. Or maybe not.
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Thanks for a fantastic podcast. I really enjoyed hearing N. T. Wright and it was interesting to hear about America’s current state from another view. I particularly loved his description of the church. It’s so easy to get discouraged when looking at the American church as a hole, that it’s easy to miss the places where she (the church) still shines. Very inspiring.
Skye, I’m still having trouble getting on your site. It’s showing security issues now. It looked like you’d gotten hacked earlier in the month as well…
Some thoughts. George Jetson was a Christian in a utopian society, and season passes to doggie heaven will be available in the hereafter.