As season 4 comes to a close, we take a look back at our journey of reconstruction. What were our season highlights? Where are we in our own journeys of reconstructing our faith? And what’s ahead for the podcast? Episode Links Feral Hogs and Coke | Meth Gators Should We Rename Columbus to Flavortown? Keep […]
It’s a sin problem, not a skin problem. I’m colorblind. Our church isn’t in a diverse area. Bring up race, and Christians have a predictable set of responses. We investigate how racial ideology functions to shield us from real conversations about race, and how we can confront engage them.
Spiritual abuse can be hard to spot. What counts as spiritual abuse? How can we identify it? And what does resisting it well look like? We have thoughts.
What does it mean to be a good ally? How can aspiring allies join in the work of justice without centering ourselves? Author and leadership coach Natasha Sistrunk Robinson returns to the show to share insights about how to advocate well in this critical time.
Christians are called to care for the most vulnerable. What does that look like during a global pandemic? We consider everything from facemasks to geography to church gatherings.
Dr. Jane Hong joins the show to explore the experience of Asian Americans in the USA. How has that experience been erased from our history, and what does it look like to ensure we hear these vital stories? PLUS: Allie Mikalatos joins us as a very special guest host.
So much of Christianity is associated with Whiteness and European history. But Minister Onleilove Chika Alston joins us to explore the Black roots of the Bible. What does it mean to say the Bible is a Black book? And why is that an important confession for all of us?
Author and activist D. L. Mayfield joins us to dissect the American Dream. Her new book explores the dangers of the essential American ideology. We dive into the dangers of idolizing Liberty. Plus, conspiracy theories!
Marlena Graves joins us to explore the dangers of religious triumphalism. How does Jesus’ way lead down… and how is down really the way up?
Is the pandemic making us a little stir crazy? Maybe. Because we decide to draft Zombie Apocalypse Survival teams from Biblical characters. Whose team is best?