On this episode, Dr. CJ Rhodes discussed the life of Carlton Pearson, the new Netflix movie based on his life and the gospel of inclusion.
On this episode, Dr. Katharine Gerbner discussed her new book "Christian Slavery: Conversion and Race in the Protestant Atlantic World".
On this episode, Dr. Heber Brown discussed food justice and his work with the Black Church Food Security Network. For more info about the Black Church Food Security Network, click here: http://www.blackchurchfoodsecurity.net/
On this episode, Dr. Nicole Massie Martin discussed the importance of church collaboration.
On this episode, Dr. Fazale Rana discussed his book "What Darwin Didn't Know" and science vs faith.
On this episode, Bryan Loritts discussed race, privilege, and bitterness.
On this episode, Ravi Zacharias discussed engaging the next generation.
On this episode, Cam Triggs filled in for Lisa Fields and talked to Dr. Mika Edmondson about Martin Luther King's theodicy.
On this episode, Dr. Antipas Harris discussed the history of black holiness in America.
On this episode, Cam Triggs discussed Jesus' birth and ancient mythology, the historical Jesus and much more.
On this episode, Pastor Jerome Gay discussed his new book "Renewal: Grace and Redemption in the Story of Ruth", Kevin Hart and urban apologetics.
You can purchase Pastor Gay's book here: http://amzn.to/2ARnXkh
On this episode, Dr. Paul Wegner discussed his book "From Text to Translation", how the Bible was translated, what is the best Bible translation and much more.
On this episode, Dr. Keith Plummer discussed Cain's wife, incest, and the importance of apologetics.
On this episode, Sho Baraka discussed wokeness, church attendance, and reconciliation.
On this episode, Dr. Neichelle Guindry discussed #MeToo and rape culture in the church.