Have you ever felt like you are being pushed to take one extreme or another when it comes to issues of politics, culture, faith, etc.? If you are looking for more than the extremes, more than partisanship, more than anger and finger pointing, this podcast is for you. We use Christian faith and reason to try to dissect and thoughtfully engage issues of faith, politics, and culture that often divide us.
The Lies We Tell Ourselves
Have you ever noticed that you believe very negative things about yourself that have no bearing to reality? Brooke and Dave talk about impostor syndrome and the psychology behind internalized negative beliefs.
Limits of Logic in Evangelism
Brooke and Dave talk about one of Brooke's favorite topics - the idea of discussing faith. But how far do logical arguments and treatises take you when discussing faith?
Note: The theologian Brooke refers to is Dr. Ida Glaser, and you can find out more about her work here: https://www.cmcsoxford.org.uk/about-us/our-team/publications-ida-glaser
How should we think about immigration? (with guest Jeanine Winfrey)
Jeanine Winfrey, an immigration lawyer from Vineyard Community Center, talks with Brooke and David about the realities of modern day immigration.
Transitions in Faith (Part 3 of 3 in Transitions Series)
Brooke and Dave wrap up the Transitions series by talking about common transitions and disruptions in a life of faith.
Women in the pandemic (featuring Lindsay Malloy and Amanda Zelechoski)
How has the pandemic impacted women, in particular? Dave sits down to discuss these impacts with the women behind Pandemic Parenting, Lindsay Malloy and Amanda Zelechoski.
Check out a host of great resources and follow the work of Pandemic Parenting at:
Careers (Part 2 of Transitions Series)
Brooke and David discuss different philosophies for choosing careers and how their view of careers has changed over time.
Worth a listen
A good chemisty and banter between these two. Witty and intellectual! They cover pertinent topics for a Christian in modern society.
Laughed, cried, ...thought provoking, encouraging and timely
Thoughtful & nuanced!