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Join Mark Moore, a New Testament and Theology Professor at William Jessup University for engaging conversations with guests about cultural topics and their impact on people and society.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 25 Ratings

Join Mark Moore, a New Testament and Theology Professor at William Jessup University for engaging conversations with guests about cultural topics and their impact on people and society.

    The Great Quest

    The Great Quest

    Author Os Guinness joins the show to talk about his new book, The Great Quest: Invitation to an Examined Life and a Sure Path to Meaning.

    • 37 min
    Literature & Faith

    Literature & Faith

    English professor Cameron Wilson joins the show to discuss the importance of good literature in pursuit of a deeper faith.

    • 52 min
    A Way Beyond Racial Division

    A Way Beyond Racial Division

    Sociologist George Yancey joins the show to discuss his new book Beyond Racial Division: A Unifying Alternative to Colorblindness and Antiracism.

    • 43 min
    Baptism as a Way of Life

    Baptism as a Way of Life

    Pastor Kevin J. Adams joins the show to chat about his new book, Living Under Water: Baptism as a Way of Life.

    • 43 min
    Space at the Table

    Space at the Table

    Dr. Brad Harper, theology professor from Multnomah University, joins Mark and Rex to talk about his book which he co-wrote with his son, Drew, entitled Space at the Table: Conversations Between an Evangelical Theologian and His Gay Son.

    • 37 min
    Toxic Gender Stereotypes

    Toxic Gender Stereotypes

    Dr. Erin Ambrose joins the show again to chat with Mark and Rex about gender stereotypes in the church and the harm they cause.

    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
25 Ratings

25 Ratings

NiccyBeans ,

Christian Podcast Taking On Big Issues

Y’all should interview Carl Trueman, author of the Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self!

I appreciate that you guys are trying to take on the big issues, but sometimes it can seem like an echo-chamber. Some of the language used in the latest episode (King’s Letter from Birmingham), and just generally the language surrounding the issue of race in America is pretty divisive and I don’t think it was handled well on this podcast in particular. The term “white fragility” is actually racist. This type of language is by its very nature intended to exclude white people who have dissenting opinions. If you want to start a conversation, it is a good idea to stop using terms like this. I say this as a fellow believer in the saving grace of Jesus Christ available to all people, and also as a big fan of the podcast. 5 stars because I am grateful for the thought provoking discussion and christian perspectives.

justanotherwjustudent ,

Good stuff

The absolutely only problem with this podcast is that they post episodes every other week. 2 per week would be DOPE! #wishfulthinking

Thelilengine ,

Tackling topics I care about

I’m always on the lookout for new podcast especially ones who take a look at Christianity and tackle difficult topics and questions. Most Christian podcasts can be either too cheesy, to agreeable, or too technical that I get lost. This podcast does a good job of taking on ideas that aren’t simple and addressing them in a way that challenges you and also helps you learn. They do all of this while remaining entertaining and not being cheesy. Keep up the great work everyone!!!!

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