On this episode, Dr. Cleotha Robertson discussed interpreting the Old Testament in light of the new, the purpose of the prophet and how we should interpret Deuteronomy 28:68.
On this episode, Dr. Marvin McMickle discussed evangelical doctrine, how the political right has misused it and why he proudly labels himself an evangelical.
On this episode, Dr. Christina Edmondson discussed engaging on social media with grace and truth.
On this episode, Dr. Luke Bobo discussed his book on interpreting scripture.
On this episode, Watson Jones discussed the importance of having your beliefs challenged.
On this episode, Dr. Michael Licona discussed the resurrection of Jesus.
On this episode, Dr. Tiffany Gill discussed the importance and impact of the black church history.
On this episode, Andrew Wilkes discussed his new book, Freedom Notes.
On this episode, Lisa Fields discussed the importance of Courageous Conversations.
On this episode, Richelle Bryan discussed "Just Show Up", biblical literacy, and evangelism.
**Correction: When Richelle was referring to Jehovah's Witnesses bible, she meant "NWT" (New World Translation) not "NLT" (New Living Translation).**
On this episode, Warner Miller discussed engaging artists with apologetics. Warner is known for his roles in “American Gangster”, “Luke Cage” and “Everyday People”.
Jude 3 Project and The Witness: A Black Collective presents #Seminarywhileblack Google Hangout featuring Lisa Fields, Ally Henny, Jemar Tisby, Maliek Blade and Ekemini Uwan. They share what is like to be in #seminarywhileblack.
On this episode, Dr. Zach Mills discussed his new book The Last Blues Preacher: Reverend Clay Evans, Black Lives, and the Faith That Woke the Nation.
On this episode, Dr. Joshua Chatraw discussed his new book Apologetics at the Cross.
On this episode, Dr. Vince Bantu discussed the exclusivity of Christ.
On this episode, Dr. Emerson Powery discussed his book "The Genesis of Liberation" and how slaves interpreted scripture.
On this episode, Dr. Monique Gadson discussed whether or not the church is a toxic place.
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/