Mark and Rex have a candid conversation about the shocking mixture of Christian nationalism, white supremacy, and political extremism seen during the January 6th riot at the US Capitol. The event caused them to reflect on how Jesus approached topics…
Dr. Danny Carroll from Wheaton College joins Mark and Rex to discuss his book The Bible and Borders: Hearing God's Word on Immigration in preparation for his lecture at Jessup's Faculty of Theology Annual Spring Lecture.
Fellow Jessup faculty member Brad Swope joins Mark and Rex to discuss the nature of truth. Is there such a thing as absolute truth? Do we have access to it? Can we be certain of anything? The trio discusses these…
New York Times' Bestseling author, Jemar Tisby, joins Mark and Rex again to discuss his new book How to Fight Racism.
Mark and Rex discuss one of their topics: theology. Specifically they ruminate on the fact that we are all theologians and how much our thoughts about God truly matter.
Author and cohost of the popular podcast Bible for Normal People, Jared Byas, joins Mark and Rex to discuss his new book Love Matters More: How Fighting to be Right Keeps Us from Loving Like Jesus.
Author and pastor Dan Kimball sits down with Mark and Rex to discuss his new book, How (Not) to Read the Bible: Making Sense of the Anti-women, Anti-science, Pro-violence, Pro-slavery and Other Crazy-Sounding Parts of Scripture.
WJU Psychology professor Stephanie Caine joins Mark and Rex to discuss the idea of race as a social construct. The classification system based on skin color developed over the last four centuries is not grounded in biology or theology but…
Rex and Mark discuss the scope and influence of dispensational theology in traditional evangelical thought.
Theologian Esau McCaulley joins the show to talk about his new book Reading While Black: African American Biblical Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope.