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…
The hypothesis is that God’s glory is an aspect of who He is, and that it can be experienced and shared with humanity. The experiment is to take any experience you’ve had with the radiance and love of God and to glorify Him with it.
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 has a conversation with his father, centered on the story of the disciples bowing down to Jesus after He walked on water (Matt. 14:33). In this story, the disciples worshiped Jesus in a spontaneous and personal response, which expressed a witness of who He was as the Son of God. We, too, must find…
In this episode Jeremiah talks about thankfulness and worship. The hypothesis is that genuine worship emerges from a lifestyle centered in God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. The experiment is to search your heart to discover, and strengthen, your desire for a consistent relationship of worship toward God.
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.
In this episode, Jeremiah has a conversation with his father, exploring the question: “What is worship?” The hypothesis is that bowing down is the foundational act at the root of worship. The experiment is to practice bowing down in your heart to God.
The hypothesis of this episode is that singing to God is a powerful and unique expression in our relationship with Him. The experiment is to sing to God. As Martin Luther said, “As long as we live, there is never enough singing.”
Jeremiah discusses a simple but personal thing we can do to honor God. The hypothesis is that we can expand upon the Lord’s prayer as a powerful activity in our relationship with the Father. The experiment is to tell God how cool He is. Like, so cool.
Jeremiah interviews Stephen Goold, the musical director at Christ’s Church of the Valley in Phoenix, Arizona. Stephen is also a professional drummer who has played with such artists as Sara Bareilles, Carly Rae Jepsen, Ben Rector, Mat Kearney, and Owl City. This was a wide-ranging discussion. We talked about his spiritual journey, professional drumming, talking…