Hey peeps- it's been too long. Nathan, Greg and Steve are back in full out push-back mode! And special announcement from Greg that's bittersweet. Shout out to missional wear for rocking all kinds of TGT11 swag! Enter "sustain" for a special Father's day discount.$10 off $50 purchase.
Unfortunatly Greg could not join us for this one, however, Sean Nolan jumps right in for this great Q&A with Rethinking Hell's Chris Date. Chris answers a lot of questions from you, our listeners and refers to tons of information including things from this podcast, there is also an ETS Conference this friday where you can hear Chris debate. Don't forget to check out Missonal Wear to see all of the great products they have to offer, then check out facebook and twitter to see how to win a TGT11 beer glass.
The most raw, honest conversation Greg and Nathan have ever had. We lay it out for you, faithful listener! No people bashing here- just an honest retelling of what we learned, appreciated and regretted in our short stay in the Pub. We welcome your feedback!
Reformed peeps- can we get real about this thing? We welcome the debate! Shout out to missional wear for rocking our sponsorship! Enter "sustain" for the discount code and enjoy.
A TGT11 first. We do not have an episode this week, however we do have an annoucement.
Nathan, Greg and Sean are first assaulted by a fresh-from-the-border-wall Reverend James King, then they turn their attention to some red-hot listener questions! Thanks to missional wear for just being the most awesome sponsor! Enter "sustain" for a special podcast discount!
Nathan, Greg and Steve continue last week's discussion and it's getting hot in here! Check out missionalwear.com for some great swag like our TGT11 pint glasses. Enter "sustain" for a great discount.
Nathan, Greg and Steve have A LOT to say about a lot of things tonight. WARNING- We've divided this into two parts so it ends on a cliffhanger.
Gwen Cicone founder of Truth Branch Art and teacher at Redeemer Classical Christian School drops by the studio to give Nathan and Greg a lesson in the importance of being a Christian artist in a secular world.