Jeremiah talks with his friend Lew about including God in our relationships—responding particularly to the statement that Jesus entrusted Himself to no one (John 2:24). In doing so, they examine the intricacies of maintaining godly relationships in the Christian context.
Jeremiah talks about doctrine as the beginning point of a relationship with God. The hypothesis is that our introductory knowledge of Christian ideas should lead to a relational knowledge of God Himself. The experiment is to choose a Christian doctrine and ask God to deepen it for you.
Jeremiah reads the entirety of chapters 1 & 2 of the Gospel of John, and then responds to them in an extemporaneous manner.
Jeremiah interviews Pastor Josh of River City Church. The conversation begins with Pastor Josh’s story, and includes such topics as humility, Church leadership, the need for solitude and silence, discipleship to Jesus Christ, spiritual formation, and definitions of Christian success.
The hypothesis of this episode is that there is often a gap between what we say and what we do, regardless of our best efforts. The experiment is to be honest with ourselves about where our actions do not line up with our beliefs, and to attempt to close that gap in our speech and…
Jeremiah talks with his dad about the religious and relational approaches to Christianity. They agree that God makes a way for everyone to know Him, both in and out of the liturgical context. This conversation includes such topics as listening, worship, creativity, and the challenges of a relationship with God.
In this episode Jeremiah talks about self-honesty. The hypothesis is that we must first hold ourselves accountable for our problems, reactions, and emotions. The experiment is to explore and examine our reactions to discover their roots, and to bring them to God to ask for help and transformation.
Jeremiah talks with his friend Charles about his spiritual story. This conversation includes such topics as: spiritual experiences, worship, the person of Jesus, dedication to God, and the Church.
We must put in the spiritual work necessary to make the theory of God into a personal reality. The hypothesis is that it is normal to go through cycles of crisis in which we discover the limitations of our faith, and that such times are the perfect environment in which to turn the theory of…
Jeremiah speaks with his friend John about his salvation experience and the recent formative moments in his relationship with God. This discussion includes such topics as the Person of Jesus, Christian identity, the importance of grace, issues in the Christian Church, and the pivotal necessity of helping others.