Theology worth talking about as Luke Norsworthy interviews authors, academics, pastors and others.

Patrick Chappell joins the show to help us get ready for Thanksgiving by discussing the holidays as a single, wrestling, and of course bland food.

The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church Michael Curry returns to the show to discuss soul food, hope, grief, and his new book Love is the Way.

Jonathan Storment returns to get honest about politics, identity, failures, and the Kingdom. Check out Eric Lee Carpenter’s new song Can I Be Honest

Scott Erickson joins the show to discuss the creative process, praying with images, Austin, and his new book Honest Advent.

Dr. A.J. Levine returns to the podcast to discuss reading Scripture, which religion is right, which university faculty is the smartest, and her new book The Bible With and Without Jesus.

Bishop Tom Wright returns to the podcast to discuss the Temple’s intention, beauty, his wife’s thoughts on his writing, and his new book Broken Signposts

A sermon with Fate Hagood from Luke’s Austin.

Harris III joins the show to discuss magic vs. illusions, cynicism, surviving trauma, setting his face on fire, purpose, and his new book The Wonder Switch.

Rob Bell returns to the show to discuss his Texas joke, talking about sects, growth, atoms, menstrual cycles, and his new book Everything is Spiritual.

Dr. Drew G. I. Hart returns to the show to discuss Talking Black, Moderates, Project C, and his new book Who Will Be a Witness.

The return of Ramjaane to discuss Luke’s ability to speak Kinyarwanda, the power of storytelling to divide, Texas, media, and the Rwandan Genocide.

Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil joins the show to discuss calling, social constructs, justice and her new book Becoming Brave.

Beverly and Josh Ross join the show to discuss loss, anger as a non-primary emotion, muchness, and their new book Scarred Hope.

Grammy award-winning artist and New York Times best selling author Lecrae joins the show to discuss vulnerability, being a spectacle, insecurity, speaking on race, the perils of pioneering, being more Pauline centric than Gospel centric, and his new book I am Restored.

Rich Villodas joins the show to discusses Bon Jovi, sticking to the Gospel, family conversions, the narrative of racial difference, and his new book The Deeply Formed Life.

Jason Miller returns to discuss pandemic spirituality, politics, cellos, and the Kingdom.

Scott Sauls returns to discuss the war on empathy, politics, listening, and his new book A Gentle Answer.

A sermon

Repost from January of 2019 the return of Brian Zahnd returns to atone for his transgressions, nationalism, Church, Luther, politics, the Proclaimers, and his new book Postcards from Babylon.

A special repost from September of 2017 of a conversation with Annie F. Downs, Aaron Neiquist, Jonathan Merritt, and Jason Miller join the show to discuss practice based faith, the Michiana Statement, failure, the future of church, mega-churches, and balanced meals.