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Beyond the Box

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Two guys thinking out loud about life beyond the box of institutional religion

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Two guys thinking out loud about life beyond the box of institutional religion

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Not my jam

By The Woodswoman - Sep 17 2017
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Still informative and great quality!!

Beyond Great!

By littlegale - Apr 11 2015
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I really appreciate all of the discussions as reliable resources for strengthening my journey of living in the embrace of a loving Father revealed through Jesus and outside the structures of institutional religion. Thanks, Raborn and Steve!!!!

iTunes Ratings

44 Ratings
Average Ratings
39
4
0
1
0

Not my jam

By The Woodswoman - Sep 17 2017
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Still informative and great quality!!

Beyond Great!

By littlegale - Apr 11 2015
Read more
I really appreciate all of the discussions as reliable resources for strengthening my journey of living in the embrace of a loving Father revealed through Jesus and outside the structures of institutional religion. Thanks, Raborn and Steve!!!!
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Beyond the Box

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Two guys thinking out loud about life beyond the box of institutional religion

Rank #1: “the satan” with Michael Hardin and Brad Jersak

Feb 07 2013
2 hours 2 mins
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Rank #2: Emergence Christianity with Phyllis Tickle

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Here is a great discussion with the insightful, charming, and witty Phyllis Tickle! Join Ray and Phyllis as they discuss Phyllis' most recent book, Emergence Christianity. Strap yourself in as Phyllis takes us on a whirlwind tour of 2000 years of Church history, demonstrating how seemingly unrelated events have worked together to generate the spiritual climate of the twenty-first century. You might just find that Phyllis is helping you to understand your own spiritual journey - I did! Make sure to visit PhyllisTickle.com and check out two truly helpful books, Emergence Christianity and The Great Emergence. Thank you Phyllis for taking the time to share your knowledge and passion with us!
Jun 04 2013
1 hour 13 mins
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Rank #3: The Nature of Scripture and the Question of Evolution with Peter Enns

Sep 17 2012
1 hour 18 mins
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Rank #4: Ananias and Sapphira – Assumptions and Intuitions (Loose At the Wild Goose Part 1)

Jul 24 2012
1 hour 8 mins
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Rank #5: The Sting of Death is Sin with Dr. Richard Beck (The Slavery of Death Part 1)

May 28 2012
1 hour 11 mins
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Rank #6: Perfect Love Casts Out Fear with Richard Beck (Slavery of Death Part 3)

Jun 13 2012
1 hour 16 mins
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Rank #7: Thinking Out Loud About Panentheism

Dec 02 2013
1 hour 31 mins
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Rank #8: The Denial of Death with Richard Beck (The Slavery of Death Part 2)

Jun 04 2012
1 hour 11 mins
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Rank #9: The Unspeakable with James W. Douglass

May 29 2014
1 hour 15 mins
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Rank #10: Jim Douglass – A Life of Peace and Resistance

Jul 01 2014
1 hour 44 mins
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Rank #11: Paul’s Bible and More with Derek Flood (Loose At the Wild Goose Part 2)

Jul 31 2012
53 mins
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Rank #12: Unclean with Richard Beck

Mar 26 2013
2 hours 13 mins
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Rank #13: Healing the Gospel with Derek Flood

Oct 22 2012
1 hour 54 mins
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Rank #14: Who Is My Enemy? with Lee C. Camp

Oct 20 2013
44 mins
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Rank #15: Notes From (Over) the Edge with Jim Palmer

Mar 21 2014
2 hours 22 mins
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Rank #16: Christian Identity In A Multi-Faith World with Brian McLaren

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In this episode Ray is excited to be joined by Brian McLaren for a discussion about Brian's newest book Why Did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha, and Mohammed Cross the Road?  Brian's book offers thought-provoking insights into living as a follower of Jesus in a pluralistic world, and in this discussion Brian answers questions like, "Is it possible to be faithful to the Christian faith and charitable to other faiths?", and "How are we to understand the claim that 'Jesus is Lord'?". Make sure to visit BrianMcLaren.net and check out Brian's book Why Did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha, and Mohammed Cross the Road?  Thanks so much Brian for sharing your time and your heart with us!
Nov 28 2012
1 hour 48 mins
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Rank #17: Christian Anarchy, Community, and Embracing the “Other” with Dave Andrews (Loose At the Wild Goose Part 3)

Aug 15 2012
39 mins
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Rank #18: Justice, Francis, and the Cost of Community with Jamie Arpin-Ricci

Dec 19 2013
1 hour 53 mins
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Rank #19: Evangelicalism Outside the Box — A Roundtable Discussion

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In early May, Steve traveled to Pennsylvania and decided to moderate a roundtable discussion with several friends of the podcast, including some former guests of the podcast and some new ones as well.  The discussion, while a typical Beyond the Box exercise in rabbit trails, launches from the starting point of discussing the potential impact of current discussions within evangelicalism.

Sitting around a table with plenty of beverages kept flowing by Michael, and with no specific agenda in mind, the discussion unfolds to cover some great points about the current issues within evangelicalism, including the topic of inspiration/inerrancy of Scripture, and even touching at one point on Steve's apparent need for therapy to fix his errors in theology and ecclesiology! ;)

Many thanks to Michael and Lorri Hardin for hosting this discussion at their house in Lancaster, PA! It was a delightful time with the Hardins, Pete Enns and John Oliff (who traveled to Lancaster from the Philadelphia area to join the discussion), and Jonathan Souder (friend of the Hardins).

Standing L-R: Peter Enns, John Oliff, Jonathan Souder, Lorri Harden; Seated L-R: Steve Sensenig, Michael Hardin (photo by Dylan Sensenig)
Jun 13 2013
2 hours 1 min
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Rank #20: Walking in Unity

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UNITY. This seems to be a real buzz word in the Body of Christ, but seldom do we achieve it. What is unity? Does unity mean that we must all agree and affirm the same doctrines? Or, does unity mean that we must all lay aside our distinctive beliefs in an effort to not offend others, thereby having a unity based on just not talking about our differences? It seems like conservatives often choose conformity or uniformity while liberals often just don't talk about differences. What if there were a third way? What if unity is best experienced when you get to be fully you without me ceasing to be fully me? What if unity means that we get to embrace others without compromising who we are, or forcing others to fit into our mold? Join Steve and Ray as they talk about navigating this "third way" of unity; a unity based neither on conformity nor silence, but on love.
Apr 12 2014
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