Women's History Month
On this episode, Dr. Cynthia James discussed the importance of biblical literacy.
On this episode, Quonekuia Day discussed the reliability and interpretation of the Old Testament. She also talked about the role of women in scripture.
On this episode, Dr. Christina Jones Davis discussed mental health in the church.
On this episode, Sarita Lyons, JD, Ph.D. discussed the church and sex.
On this episode, Dr. Kimberly Credit discussed the importance of contextualizing apologetics.
On this episode, Dr. Christina Edmondson discusses the effects of bitterness and unforgiveness on our Christian witness.
On this episode, Dr. Martha Simmons discussed "Preaching with Sacred Fire: An Anthology of African American Sermons, 1750 to the Present", the African American Lectionary, African American theology and the history of whooping.
On this episode, Dr. Mary Beth Matthews discusses her new book "Doctrine and Race: African American Evangelicals and Fundamentalism between the Wars".
On this episode, Alycia Wood gives a case for the existence of God.
On this episode, Morgan McCoy talks about domestic violence.
On this episode, Laura Swan discussed the early African church mothers and her book "The Forgotten Desert Mothers: Sayings, Lives, and Stories of Early Christian Women".
On this episode, Dr. Eboni Marshall Turman discusses mass incarceration and the black church.
On this episode, Dr. Angela Guzman shares her personal struggle with faith in the world of medicine.
Randall Keith sits down with Lisa Fields to discuss the story behind the Jude 3 Project.