Friend of the show Cynthia Shafer-Elliott joins Mark and Rex to discuss ways in which we misread the Old Testament. The three specifically look at the story of David and Bathsheba.
Mark and Rex get philosophical for an episode covering the powerful but tricky arena of existential philosophy. Questions of humanness and existence are covered, as well as a quick primer on key thinkers in existentialism.
Mark and Rex charge into the dangerous territory of student questions. Without preparation or forethought, they attempt to answer a question drawn from a collection of theology students.
Mark goes rogue and delivers his first solo episode. Don't tell Rex.
Beloved psychology professor Erin Ambrose joins Mark and Rex for part 2 of their discussion on sex and Christian culture.
Mark and Rex wade into the delicate waters of sex and Christian culture. On one hand the church has been labeled as prudish and uptight but on the other hand, statistics show that sexual practice matters little whether you are…
Mark and Rex reflect on the holiday season while addressing the true war on Christmas.
Mark and Rex examine whether theology should be considered a science. The pair surveys the historical and linguistic issues surrounding the question.
Dr. Daniel Gluck joins Mark and Rex to talk about his experience with the African church. Rex also shares insights from his time pastoring in South America.
Mark and Rex discuss the explosive growth of Christianity in Africa, Latin America, and Southern Asia.