A few weeks ago I was interviewed by my friend T.C. Moore on his Theo Graff Podcast–a “Jesus-centered, hip-hop flavored, geeky, theological, Kingdom exploration” broadcast.
The podcast is fairly new, but T.C. has already interviewed some interesting folks, including my friends Jessica Kelley and Greg Boyd.
T.C. asks questions ranging from my own faith pilgrimage to what it means to embrace an “Anabaptist spirit” that is offering a hopeful Kingdom vision of the future, particularly in a post-Christendom age.
Give my interview a listen when you have some time.
In the second half of the podcast I talk about a book on Anabaptism that I’m working on with Tyler Tully. Also, I give a challenge for cynic saints who are stuck in their faith, even angry with the church. Enjoy and be blessed!
For more on what is mentioned in the interview, check out the following:
D.D. Flowers, 2014.
Hello blog readers, I hope everyone had a blessed Easter Week 2014. Ours couldn’t have been better.
If you’re still hungry for more resurrection, I have written and posted on the resurrection of Jesus a few times over the years here at the blog.
In case you missed those posts, you may want to check them out:
This past Sunday I preached an Easter message based on research I presented in a previous article, The Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. The sermon was entitled: Encountering God in the Resurrection of Jesus.
You may also be interested in hearing Greg Boyd’s recent sermon Resurrection Principle at Woodland Hills, and Mike Licona’s thought-provoking message Did Jesus Rise From the Dead? delivered to a church in Alabama.
If you’d like to hear a recent academic lecture, listen to William Lane Craig on Objective Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus at Yale University.
Looking for some books and/or videos on the subject?
- The Case for the Historical Resurrection by Habermas & Licona
- The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel
- The Resurrection of the Son of God by N.T. Wright
- Resurrection (IVP DVD) by N.T. Wright
- Did Jesus Really Rise From the Dead? (Ignatius Press DVD)
The Lord has risen!
D.D. Flowers, 2014.
Hello blog readers and subscribers!
It has been another great year here at the blog. In fact, it has been the busiest year so far with almost 80,000 views! Thank you for reading and giving your feedback along the way. You encourage me to keep blogging.
Here are the 20 most popular posts of 2013:
- Jesus UnCrossed
- Support Us or You’re a Bigot?
- How Worship of the American Flag Changed Everything
- Meeting Jesus at Abu Ghraib
- Is the Pledge Good for Our Kids?
- An Open Theism Theodicy
- Why I Do Not Support or Oppose Gay Marriage
- In Awe of the God of Science
- Loving God With Your Mind
- Anabaptist Core Convictions
- Really Bad Church Names
- Josh Garrels on Believing
- The Difference Between Conviction & Condemnation
- Finding the Naked Anabaptist
- On Christian Cynicism
- Jumping Over Jesus
- Heaven is Not Our Home
- The Twilight Zone God
- Is God Good?
- God is Not Cynical (So Why Are You?)
Other blog highlights in 2013 include the following:
Was there a post this year that you appreciated more than others? What was it and why?
Please do me the honor of reflecting back on this year’s many posts and let me know if you there was one or two that especially ministered to you. (It may be a post that’s not mentioned above.) I sincerely thank you!
You can expect one more post in 2013. There, there now. Dry your eyes. 🙂 Stay tuned for a personal Christmas post from the Flowers family.
D.D. Flowers, 2013.