Every election day, we wring our hands over the electoral college. What, exactly, is this thing? And how did it come to be? Professor Clay is back in the driver’s seat, guiding us through the twists and turns of this election season!
With the appointment of a new justice, the Supreme Court is news a lot. Our resident historian Clay dives in to the history of the court, its evolution and why we might see more justices.
No issue more divides Christians than abortion. But that hasn’t always been the case, and it shouldn’t be now. Reproductive rights expert Elaina Ramsey joins us to explain what it looks like to be faithfully pro-choice.
We needed a breather, so the gang picks a historical event, a current event and a novel they want to see made into a movie. Some of us even did some dream casting. Now to get funding… In this Episode: 1 – Story of the Week 4 – Historical Events 30 – Current Events 45 […]
`With attacks on voting rights as present as ever, how can we as persons of faith make a difference? We dive in this week to the current struggle to protect the ballot, with a special emphasis on getting involved in the next month!
Since we are a month out from the 2020 election, we dive into the history of Voter Suppression. How are votes suppressed today? Where did these practices originate? And why should Christians care about any of this? Listen up!
Fascinating is back! Since we spent last season exploring reconstruction, we’re pressing further in season 5. What’s in store for a season of dreaming? Tune in as we preview what’s in store for this season! In this Episode: 1 – Welcome Back 17 – Season 5 27 – Fascinating Follow us on Twitter: Kathy | Matt | Clay | JR. […]
Netflix latest sensation is WARRIOR NUN. We’re joined by screenwriter Brenden Gallagher, who served as the show’s writer’s assistant. He takes us on a deep dive into the show, from its mythology to its surprisingly terrific take on religion.
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.