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.
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Author and theologian Kelly M. Kapic joins Mark and Rex to discuss his book Embodied Hope: A Theological Medidation on Pain and Suffering.
Mark and Rex highlight two powerful Christian voices of the 20th century: Dorothy Day and Thomas Merton.
Derek Martin, director of the Theatre program at Jessup, joins Mark and Rex to discuss the precarious landscape of Christian aesthetics. In other words, the trio discusses why sometimes Christians make bad art.
New York Times' Bestselling author, Jemar Tisby, joins Mark and Rex to discuss his book The Color of Compromise: The Truth about the American Church's Complicity in Racism.
Dr. David VanDrunen from Westminster Seminary California joins Mark and Rex to discuss his recent book, Politics after Christendom.