Jeremiah speaks with Craig Gruenberg about his new book, “But is it Worship?” They touch on the main ideas in the book, and also discuss the foundational perspective of its approach, which speaks to the importance of being free to ask questions in a relationship with God. “But is it Worship” is now available on…
Jeremiah talks with his friend Dari about her spiritual story. This wide-ranging conversation also addresses spiritual hunger, finding the heart of God, Jesus’ perfect salvation, and knowing that God and His love are behind our every success.
In this episode, Jeremiah speaks with his friend Darrell about how the personal heart for God is more important than the exact form of seeking Him. The conversation includes a Scriptural review of the establishment of David’s tent, as well as a discussion of denominationalism, God’s priority of relationship, and the human desire for knowledge.
Jeremiah and regular contributor Lewis have an impromptu conversation. Topics covered include important basic principles in a relationship with God, how do we relate to the Kingdom of God, and the question of just who, exactly, is my neighbor.
Jeremiah talks with his dad about Jesus’ statements on worship in John 4. They tackle such questions as: What is spirit? What is true worship? This is a continuation of the conversation about the definition of worship, begun in episode 83 of The God Experiment.
Jeremiah has another conversation with his friend Lewis. In this episode, they discuss the historical evolution of prayer, as well as the importance of contemplation and waiting on the Lord.
Jeremiah has a conversation with his friend Seth Schoen about their adversarial collaboration on spiritual experience. Their collaboration explored the nature of spiritual experience as it is studied empirically from a number of perspectives, and was published on the website Slate Star Codex. This podcast conversation also covers such topics as psychological research on spiritual…
Jeremiah and his friend Lewis discuss the various ways in which salvation is explained in the New Testament. This wide-ranging conversation includes such topics as resurrection, new life, the person of Jesus, and how to relate to sin.
Jeremiah has a conversation with his friend Lewis regarding the person of Jesus. The idea of “reclaiming” Jesus refers to pursuing a relationship with Him which goes beyond the limitations of both secular and religious concepts.