Seminary Dropout 88: Michael Hidalgo on Doubt, Hell, & Legalism


Michael Hidalgo is the pastor of Denver Community Church. With the ONE Campaign and Malaria No More, Michael has addressed thousands nationally. He is the author of Unlost: Being Found by the One We Are Looking For and writes regularly for Relevant Magazine. His new book is “Changing Faith: Questions, Doubts and Choices About an Unchanging God”.0

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Some things discussed on the show…

…has the dichotomy between orthodoxy and a poetic reading of Gen 1 is also a modern phenomenon.?

…why Michael calls for adopting more than one lense as apposed to exchanging one lense for another.

…Michael’s journey with doubt.

…how we stay humble and yet confident in our changing faith.

…will there will be a lot of good people in hell, and does anti inflammatories that mean there will be a lot of good people in heaven?

…what should the churches response and posture be towards culture?

…Obeying Rules/ Legalism – conservatives say what we can’t do and progressives say what we have to do. What does the alternative look like, how do we look inside?

“The church is at it’s worse when it acts as the moral police of culture” -Michael



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