Episode 30 - Prophet or Ass

Rachel Held Evans joins Michael Gungor and Science Mike to discuss the difference between speaking necessary truth and being an ass.

Science Mike's four questions for speaking truth are here.

We're coming to Phoenix and Los Angeles with our Lost & Found event. You can learn more here.

If you're interested in hosting one of our conferences in 2016 at no cost to your church, visit this page.

Episode 22 - Who Am I?

We're hosting an event called Belong in London this November. Click here to learn more.

Spirit, Soul, and Body. The mystery of consciousness and the way our perception of the world seems distinct from our physicality means most people believe their consciousness transcends their bodies alone. But what are we? A spirit trapped in a body? Or an illusionary, emergent property of neurons and synapses?

Science Mike and Michael Gungor bring The Liturgists Podcast back from hiatus to consider these ideas from the lenses of faith, art, and science.

Episode 21 - One Wild Life

Science Mike sat down with Michael Gungor and Lisa Gungor to talk about their new project One Wild Life: Soul following Belong.

One Wild Life: Soul comes out in August, but you can get it now for a limited time as part of the One Wild Life Season Pass. One Wild Life is a trilogy of records being released this year, and the Season Pass gets you all three before anyone else–including One Wild Life: Soul immediately.

See gungormusic.com for more details.

Episode 13 - Humor with Pete Holmes

What is humor? Where does it come from? Why do people have such different ideas about what is and is not funny? Comedian (and host of You Made it WeirdPete Holmes joins Michael Gungor and Science Mike to talk about the science, art, and faith of humor.

Note: This episode of The Liturgists Podcast contains explicit language and mature themes. This isn't an episode for the kids or people offended by such things.

Episode 12 - Marriage & Relationships with Kristen and Rob Bell

Marriage is changing. Less people are getting married today than in the past, and many people who want to get married can’t. Humans long for companionship and love, but what does a healthy marriage look like in this changing landscape? We sat down with Kristen & Rob Bell to discuss marriage and relationships–and the best ways to experience fulfillment and joy in our most important relationship to another person.

Kristen and Rob have a book called The Zimzum of Love that explores the topic deeper. You can learn more about it here.

Rob’s also got a new podcast called the Robcast. You can catch it on iTunes.