How do Tim and Nick feel now about their 2014 conversation with Elaine Heath, on mysticism and contemplative prayer and how they relate to healing and mission?
We revisit a 2014 conversation with Greg Boyd about his conviction that a call to non-violence is at the heart of the gospel.
In this episode we revisit our 2014 interview with philosopher, writer and founder of the Ikon community, Pete Rollins.
Does Nomad's 2013 episode with comedian Paul Kerensa still interest Nick and Tim? And more importantly, what amusing comedy scrapes have they go into while working for the church?!
In this episode we go back to 2013 to reflect again on a conversation with Michael Hardin about the cross and whether God really had to kill his own son in order to forgive us.
We travel back to 2013 to look again at Tom Wright’s third appearance on Nomad, having just released his major new academic work Paul and the Faithfulness of God.
Back in 2013 we headed down to London and visited The Atheist Church, as it’s become known, and interviewed one of its co-founders, Pippa Evans.
In this episode we travel back to July 2013 to revisit a conversation with Forest Church pioneer, Bruce Stanley.
In this episode of Nomad Revisited we look back to a 2013 conversation with the Anabaptist author, trainer and consultant, Stuart Murray Williams.
We reflect on a 2013 interview with Brian McLaren. Brian had recently brought out a book that reflected on how Christians relate to people from other religious traditions (spoiler alert, we generally don’t do it well).
In this episode, we ask Carl Medearis to talk about how his understanding of Christianity had changed and evolved as a result of his friendships with Muslims, and what it meant for him to share Jesus with them.
In this episode we travel back to 2008 to reflect on a conversation we had with scientist and theologian John Polkinghorne about the relationship between faith and science.
Tim and Nick reflect on this 2012 interview about Andrew Marin's work with the LGBT community, and reflect on the evolution of their own understanding of same-sex relationships.
Back in 2012 we had a chat with missiologist and Old Testament scholar Chris Wright about his idea that the biblical narrative only makes sense if mission is seen as its overarching theme.
Back in 2012 we met up with Andrea Campanale to talk about her work with spiritual seekers in the new spiritualities.
Back in 2012 we struggled to get our heads round Pete Ward's liquid model of church. But how do we feel about it now?
We reflect on how certain theologies and models of church can be a breeding ground for bullying and abusive leaders, and on our own experiences of spiritual abuse.
In this month’s Nomad Revisited, we reflect afresh on our 2012 interview with Ruth Holgate, the then director of the Jesuit retreat centre, Loyola Hall.
Mark Powley founded Breathe, a Christian network that encouraged Christians to think through their relationship with consumerism, and to live a simpler life.
Back in 2011 we interviewed Cathy Ross who at the time was a lecturer at the London School of Theology. Around this time it had been brought to our attention that Nomad was very male...
Back in 2010 we spoke with Ruth Valerio about the importance of environmental awareness and action within Christian mission. Now, ten years later, we reflect on this conversation.
This month’s Nomad Revisited is a little different, as we’re revisiting two interviews, our 2010 and 2016 conversations with Kester Brewin.
Back in 2010 we made the trip down to Lambeth Palace to have a chat with the then Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams.
Back in December 2009 we spoke to Steve Chalke for the first time. Steve founded and leads Oasis, one of the UK’s largest charities, and as the introduction to the interview makes clear, Oasis has done a phenomenal amount of good in communities around the UK.
In this month’s trip back to 2009, we’re revisiting our conversation with Alan Hirsch. Alan is an influential missiologist, author and leader in the Missional Church movement, who Nick chatted to about the need for mission and church to be reshaped by the person of Jesus.
Back in 2009 we spoke with Frank Viola, one of the leading figures in the Organic Church movement. Frank is an advocate for a return to what he sees as the New Testament model of church, which he believes means keeping things small, informal, highly participatory and Spirit led.
Back in 2009 we spoke with Shane Claiborne about what inspired him to move into a deprived area of Philadelphia and share his life with the poor and marginalised. So how do we feel about that now?
In this month’s Nomad Revisited we look back to Nick’s 2009 conversation with Australian theologian and missiologist, Mike Frost.
This month’s Nomad Revisited takes you back to Tim’s second attempted at interviewing someone, this someone being the founder of one of the UK largest missionary sending movements, Andy Hawthorne.
In this month’s Nomad Revisited we’re going back to reconsider Nick’s [brief] 2009 chat with theologian and pastor Greg Boyd about the importance of community.
The first Nomad Revisited takes you back to 2009 and Tim’s first stab at interviewing someone. That someone being one of the world’s most celebrated New Testament theologians, Tom Wright!