This is the best Christian interview I have seen in a very long time. Former Church of Christ, stand-up comedian, drug-addict Nadia Bolz-Webber re-discovers Christ and becomes a Lutheran Pastor of a church that welcomes the strange and has a chocolate baptismal fountain. Before you stereotype, Nadia as just another trendy, Emerging Church, Liberal (?) Christian, check out her thoughts on:
*The need for authority in the church.
*Her journey away from subjective Evangelicalism to historical/liturgical Lutheranism.
*Her hilarious story of being freaked out by people coming to her church that wore dockers and suits.
*How we individualize the faith too much in modern Christianity
*How God uses our screw-ups
*Why Mary Magdalene is special
*Dealing with disillusionment in the church
...and many other subjects. She has great pearls of wisdom, is very down-to-earth, and is quite funny. Even if you have to break it up into 10 minute segments, it is worth watching. For all the humor, this interview is surprisingly dense and profound. Each answer she gives to every question could generate a longer discussion and essays.