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?
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)!
With Infinity War opening last weekend, the Summer movie season has officially kicked off. The StoryMen turn their annual Summer Movie Preview into a game: can we predict the three biggest box-office winners (after Infinity War)? Can we predict the biggest bust? And what should the loser have to do? YOU decide. PLUS: we have some summer writing goals as well, so we talk about how to find our writing discipline and rhythm.
Alan Noble joins the StoryMen to imagine how the Church can be truly disruptive. Too often, we merely imitate culture in ways more subtle than we realize. What practices mark us as Christian in ways that are truly distinctive and beautiful?
Ready Player One is Steven Spielberg’s most successful film in nearly a decade. But is it good? Rabbi Eliyahu Fink returns to debate the film with JR. They reflect on the real world, religion and the dangers of nostalgia.
Weber Shandwick executive Jennifer Cho joins us to talk about what happens when it’s time to change jobs… or even careers. How do you know when it’s time to go? What are best practices for making a pivot?