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Church Abuse, Non-Disclosure Agreements, and the Billy Graham Rule: An Interview with Laura Barringer

Laura Barringer answers questions about non-disclosure agreements, institutional cover-ups, and toxic culture infiltrating the church.

Sabbath, Satan, & Suffering (& Deconstruction): Introducing A. J. Swoboda

A.J. Swoboda talks deconstruction, "the system of the beast," and how Christians can learn to sabbath during our current state of unrest.

King David, Modern Moral Failures, & How the Church Should Respond: Tremper Longman (an interview)

Respected scholar Tremper Longman responds to mass cover-ups within evangelicalism, giving his thoughts on the state of American evangelicalism in general. Also discussed are how King David’s Moral Failings Have Been Misused and Abused in Modern Times to excuse flawed leadership.

Top Posts of 2020

#7 Daron George on the Black Experience in America and How the Church Should Respond (an interview) In June of this year, I published an interview with my friend, Daron George, regarding the general Black experience in America and how... Continue Reading →

John Cooper (Skillet) on Deconstruction, Christian Celebrity Culture, & The Authority of Scripture

I was honored to talk to John Cooper (front man and bassist for the rock band Skillet) about his thoughts on deconstruction and his new book Awake & Alive To Truth (see here for link). I also asked John if... Continue Reading →

Recovering From Biblical Manhood & Womanhood: Introducing Aimee Byrd

Is Jesus the model for masculinity? What about female disciples? A look at Aimee Byrd's Recovering From Biblical Manhood & Womanhood.

Trusting in Chariots & Horses: Jesus, Children, & Politics (Mark 9:30-37 for our Political Climate)

In Mark 9:30-37 we find Jesus’ disciples identifying with power in the way our world normally does. Perhaps it’s a bit refreshing to know that even the disciples struggled with this. But as Christians who carry Christ in our name,... Continue Reading →

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