Our Worship series explores the complexities of faith, music, and spirituality. We interview musicians, worship leaders, and thinkers who have reimagined what it means to worship, challenging traditional notions of the church’s music and its role in our spiritual lives. From deconstructing harmful theology in church music to exploring the connection between worship and the environment, we explore the intersection of faith and creativity through the lens of worship.


Join us on a journey through the formation of the New Testament canon. Discover the fascinating history behind the documents, explore the meanings of “Bible,” “scripture,” and “canon” in the first century, and learn how understanding the context of the time period can enhance your understanding of the Bible today. Follow along with this series and gain new insights into the origins of the books that make up the New Testament.



Why do we call God “He”? What if Paul was wrong about women having authority over men? What do we lose by treating God like a single father? In the Woman series, we challenge traditional notions of God and the Bible by asking tough questions about women’s place in religion. By reframing our perspective, we explore the need to create a more inclusive and equitable future. Join us on this journey of self-discovery and social justice as we redefine what it means to be a woman in faith. With engaging discussions and thoughtful insights, this series is a must-listen for anyone interested in gender equality and spiritual growth.


God & Humans

Has your relationship to God been one of fear at what God could do to you? Reading through the Old Testament could lead you to that posture towards God. What if the laws, sacrificial system, and temple weren’t needed because God was mad at us being so bad, but as a way for a dangerous being to interact with humans? What if God was more like a nuclear reactor than an angry dad?


Hell & Heaven

Many of us are terrified of Hell, but should we be? Is Christianity supposed to ease our anxieties around death or exasperate them? And is Hell really about torture? Teachings on hell tap into our deepest fears; Will be cared for? Can we truly feel safe with God? If the gospel we’ve heard does not soothe our fears of being punished and abandoned, but instead increases them, it’s not good news.


How the Bible Works

Is the Bible inerrant? Is it a law book? Does it have anything to say to us today? Come reimagine what the Bible is and explore it as a literary mosaic in which various texts are pieced together to form a kind of theological portrait.



Discover a fresh perspective on what some biblical texts about gender and leadership in the church. Follow along we explore the teachings of scholar Cynthia Long Westfall and ask important questions about women’s roles in ministry. Did Paul really mean to prohibit women from teaching in the church? How have centuries of patriarchy affected our interpretation of scripture? Join us for this enlightening series that challenges traditional views and celebrates the diversity of God’s people.



Did Jesus really have to die to appease an angry God? We dive into the problems with Penal Substitutionary Atonement theory, examining whether God is truly a monster who requires blood to be satisfied. Join us as we explore more beautiful and nuanced perspectives on what Jesus accomplished through his death and resurrection.



The Bible is a story about power. We dive into the pervasive theme of power throughout the Bible and how it shapes our understanding of the Christian faith. Through thought-provoking discussions, we explore how the Christian ethic challenges us to give up our power and embrace humility, sacrifice, and love.


Rethinking the Fall

Join us as we dive into the fascinating world of Michael Heiser’s scholarship on the Divine Council and reexamine our understanding of the Fall. What if the biblical writers saw a plurality of gods instead of one? How does this impact our understanding of the Bible’s teachings on sin and redemption? Find out as we share our journey from pastoral ministry to Almost Heretical in the first series on the podcast.