On this episode, Darryl Ford discussed the trauma he experienced in church and how he is working through it.
On this episode, Dr. Jamal Hopkins discussed Hebrew Israelites, black identity and the King James Version of the Bible with guest host, Cam Triggs.
On this episode, Dr. Peter Williams discussed his new book "Can We Trust the Gospels?".
On this episode, Dr. Joshua Chatraw discussed his new book Apologetics at the Cross.
On this episode, Dr. Keith Plummer discussed Cain's wife, incest, and the importance of apologetics.
On this episode, Damon Richardson discussed whether "Hidden Colors" gives an accurate depiction of history.
Lisa spoke candidly to a group of high school boys who are going through difficult situations about their questions for God and questions they would like pastors and youth pastors to address.
On this episode, Dr. Christina Edmondson discusses the effects of bitterness and unforgiveness on our Christian witness.
On this episode, Dr. Howard-John Wesley and Dr. Eric Mason discuss the myth that Christianity is a white man's religion.
On this episode, Ekemini Uwan and Andrew Wilkes discuss social justice as an apologetic for Courageous Conversations Part IV.
On this episode, Dr. Esau Mccaulley will discuss the basics of research.
On this episode, Vince Vitale discusses the new Zacharias Institute and his new book Jesus Among Secular Gods co-authored with Ravi Zacharias.
On this episode, Alycia Wood gives a case for the existence of God.
On this episode, Dr. Vince Bantu answers the popular question, "Is Christianity the White Man's Religion?" and sheds light on Christianity is Egypt in the 2nd century through the 7th century.
On this episode, Vocab Malone explains what black Hebrew Israelites believe.
On this episode, Dr. Angela Guzman shares her personal struggle with faith in the world of medicine.
On this episode, Dr. Howard -John Wesley discusses why apologetics is important in the black church.
On this episode, Dr. Joel Elowsky, Research Director and Executive Editor of the Works of Early African Christianity (http://earlyafricanchristianity.com/), discussed "How Africa Shaped the Christian Mind".
On this episode, Dr. Vincent Bacote discusses whether truth is relative or absolute.
On this episode, Pastor Cam Triggs and Pastor Willie Francois kick off the Courageous Conversations series with a rich conversation on black liberation theology.