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Walter Brueggeman: Being Prophetic, Avoiding Burnout, & Journeying with the Prophets

Walter Brueggemann answers questions about subtle forms of idolatry, what it means to be prophetic, and how the prophets of old can speak into our cultural moment.

Do Progressive Christians Love Jesus? A Conversation with Randal Rauser

Randal Rouser has published a book in response to Alisa Childers "Another Gospel" which Randal has agreed to discuss with me.

Christian Celebrity Culture, Shocking Scandals, & Isaiah’s Calling

Dr. L. Daniel Hawks shares his heart on recent evangelical scandals, what Isaiah might teach us, and how God prefers faithfulness rather than success.

Confessions of a Preacher: Loving Sermons More Than Jesus (And More Than The Church)

A pastor's preoccupation with his image or performance is often a subtle form of idolatry.

Dennis Edwards on 1-2 Peter, American Politics, & Might from the Margins

In January of 2021, I was honored to talk with Dr. Dennis R. Edwards about his work on 1-2 Peter, his new book Might From the Margins, as well as the state of modern American evangelicalism. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekUNS5OHVxA&t=184s We discuss what... Continue Reading →

Was Paul Pro-Slavery? A Look at African-American Interpretation of Paul (book review)

In her new book African American Readings of Paul, Dr. Lisa Bowens delves deeper into the theology of many in the early African-American Church, in particular their view of Paul's letters.

Doubt, Deconstruction, Discipleship, & Hope

Is deconstruction inherently evil? Is doubt the opposite of faith? Why are so many young Christians deconstructing? A look at A.J. Swoboda's new book After Doubt can help provide clarity to these questions and more.

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