What is white fragility? Austin Channing Brown joins us to explore this necessary but misunderstood term. Why do conversations about race so easily default to concern for the feelings of white persons? How can we spot the signs of white fragility? How can we keep conversations centered on the experiences of persons of color?
What’s the goal of worship? Is it authenticity? Quality? Comfort? Sandra Van Opstal has a much more radical suggestion: How can our worship represent every culture, tribe and tongue? How can churches embody that vision every Sunday?
Dr. Paige Patterson, recently in the news for disrespecting women and appearing to encourage women to stay in abusive relationships, sort of apologizes and definitely wants you to think he did.
In this episode, the gang investigates two films about exorcisms… that are based on TRUE stories! We explore the 2005 Scott Derrickson film “The Exorcism of Emily Rose” and the 2016 Spanish film Veronica.
Preacher and author Austin Channing Brown joins us to reflect on what it means to be black in a world built for whiteness. From the Women’s March to multi-ethnic churches, we explore what a more just, equal world might look like.
Has the way you read the Bible changed over your lifetime? We dive into how we read the Bible then and now. PLUS what we thought of INFINITY WAR (lots of spoilers, but not until the end)!