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The Myth of Equality with Ken Wytsma

White people find race challenging to talk about. Far too often conversations around race summon feelings of shame and anger. Author, pastor and justice activist Ken Wytsma helps us talk about white privilege and white supremacy. How can we have the conversations that are healing and holy?

5 Keys to Empower Women with Karoline Lewis

If we’re serious about empowering women in ministry, what are the essential components? Author, professor and preacher Karoline Lewis joins us to explore the 5 keys of empowering women. We do a deep dive on Key 2: embodiment and vulnerability.

Let’s talk about white privilege

We are not going to discuss racism in this article. No one is going to be called a racist. No one is going to say “all white people are racist.” That’s not what this article is about. This is not an article about what to DO about white privilege. It has one basic objective: To define white privilege and show that it exists. 

Cover Reveal: “Good News for a Change” coming in June from NavPress!

I’m excited to share the cover to my upcoming book, “Good News for a Change!”

Ephesians 5, Headship and Submission

Our most requested topic: how should we understand the language of submission and headship as egalitarians? And how can we celebrate this passage instead of awkwardly ignoring it?

The Genius Plague with David Walton

Science-fiction author David Walton joins us to explore his new book The Genius Plague. A hard-science novel about a terrifying smart-zombie apocalypse raises questions about what it means to be human and conscious.

Which Biblical Villain Are You?

Take the quiz. 100% scientific accuracy guaranteed!

The facts on U.S. gun violence

You may have seen this meme going around since the tragic incident in Sutherland Springs, but it’s not entirely accurate. Here are the facts.

The Temptation of Jesus Pt 2

Satan shows Jesus the kingdoms of the world… the WHOLE world.

Empathy for the Devil

Since we’re a Feminist podcast, we dive into JR.’s new book through the lens of Delilah. Why have we all gotten Samson so wrong? And how can we learn to empathize with villains like Delilah, Judas and even Satan?

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On Stage with Penn and Teller: My Magical Night in Vegas

Can I tell you about one of the most amazing experiences of my life?

Winning Eowyn: Middle Earth Gives Pointers on Wooing Today’s Warrior Woman

Some surprising relevant dating advice straight from Middle Earth

Ill Bible Chick: Everything You Need to Know About Super Bowl 51

The most accurate recap of Super Bowl 51 from Houston, and how the Patriots unbelievable win compares to Freddy Prinze Jr.’s cultural impact.

Cover Reveal: “Good News for a Change” coming in June from NavPress!

I’m excited to share the cover to my upcoming book, “Good News for a Change!”

The Temptation of Jesus Pt 2

Satan shows Jesus the kingdoms of the world… the WHOLE world.

The Temptation of Jesus Pt. 1

A reimagining of Satan’s temptation of Jesus

The facts on U.S. gun violence

You may have seen this meme going around since the tragic incident in Sutherland Springs, but it’s not entirely accurate. Here are the facts.

The Redemption of Judas

Judas committed suicide after Jesus was condemned to death. But what if he hadn’t? What might his redemption have looked like?

Women Voting — “Unpatriotic”?

They were criticized for using their high profile positions to protest inequality faced by millions of Americans during a time when “real” patriotism was most expected.

Mother! Invites Christians to Check our Image of God

God gave Noah the rainbow sign: No more water, but fire next time. —...

Five Theological Truths Christians Can Agree With in the Wonder Woman Movie

Five theological insights to celebrate in Wonder Woman!

Wonder Woman Review

Wonder Woman succeeds on every level. Why is it so great?

How The OA Failed in 5 Movements

Human genius is not the ability to imagine the untrue, but rather our ability to insist on logic without being restrained by it.

Pop Culture Take: The Best of 2016

2016 has nearly come to an end. Finally. Most of us sneer at it like a bully...

The Best TV of 2016

JR. counts down his favorite television shows of 2016.

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