After the How to be a Boss Bitch author claimed that she was set to tie the knot with her ex, Mary Fitzgerald pointed out that she never heard that detail during her friendship with Quinn. Shortly after the season hit Netflix, Us exclusively confirmed that Cornell was the mutual ex in question and that he still works at Oppenheim Group.
Quinn revealed in a separate episode that she had been so upset because Cornell had allegedly proposed to her months prior to him proposing to Hernan. However, several of the women from the cast doubted this claim was true.
In this episode Sarah E. Cannon, Brandan Robertson and Colby Martin talk about the "clobber" passages about homosexuality in the Bible and share their journeys to reading these Scriptures in a new light.
In this episode Lisa talks about how she fell in love with the idea of "Shalom", how it should inform how we live out our faith, and her new book "The Very Good Gospel: How Everything Wrong Can Be Made Right".
In this episode David talks about how his evangelical Christian faith fell apart and how he built his music career through intimate house shows. Warning: This episode contains some explicit language.
This episode is dedicated to the 15th anniversary of September 11, 2001. Nancy Carbone, founder and Executive Director of Friends of Firefighters, joins us to talk about the continuing impact of the terror attacks on the city, the firefighting force, and the healing art of listening.
In this episode Brian McLaren talks about his own spiritual migration from fundamentalism to a just and generous Christianity, and the four places we should see the transformative kingdom of God breaking in: people, planet, poverty, peace.
In this episode Derek talks about his book "Disarming Scripture: Cherry-Picking Liberals, Violence-Loving Conservatives, and Why We All Need to Learn to Read the Bible Like Jesus Did" unpacking how Jesus and Paul read the Biblical text.
In this episode Ryan Meeks and David Lunsford of Eastlake Community Church in Seattle tell their story about becoming fully inclusive and talk about our relationship to our bodies, unhealthy habits of faith communities and how, for a time, the practice of their lives was better than their theology.
In this episode Austin Channing Brown discusses racial justice, why the scripture can sometimes be complicit in racism, why the term "White Supremacy" might be more prevalent than we think and why there is hope for reconciliation between the majority and minority groups here in the US.
In this special Holy Week episode the Forefront staff met to discuss our faith backgrounds and personal journeys in Holy Week. We also reflected on our last year of wrestling and growth, talking about how the liturgical calendar and the conversation around midrash has shaped us.
In this episode our friend Rabbi Dan returns to teach us how to use midrash to explore the meaning of Biblical texts. Listen in as members of our community learn to read midrash together and explore the theology of the Old Testament book of Job.
In this episode Rob Bell discusses his new book, How to Be Here, and why our giant risks, failures, and successes are the times when life is best lived. This is for anyone who wants to try something new and creative but needs an extra kick in the pants. Enjoy.
In this episode, Nikki and her band (David Lerner, David Phillips & Stephen Waddy) talk about cultural assumptions, racial tension, Black Lives Matter and how the church should be leading the conversation on racial reconciliation.
What is midrash? In this episode, our friend Rabbi Dan helps us understand the Jewish process of "midrash". Together we unpack why this word represents the kind of conversations we're having on this podcast.
In this episode, our friend Frank Schaeffer talks with us about his fall from the religious right and how marriage, art, and life has taught him to embrace the paradox. Warning: This episode contains some explicit language.
On Sunday's episode, Kody called the circumstances under which they married "not romantic" though he said, "it felt like we were following through with a destiny." Christine said their union felt romantic to her. 781b155fdc