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Can We Trust Facebook to Be Fair with Conservative News?
Episode 10 | 28 min
Can We Trust Facebook to Be Fair with Conservative News?
Technology critic Adam Graber on whether we should ask our social media sites to pursue neutrality.
Why Voting for a Third Party Shouldn’t Ease Your Conscience
Episode 9 | 23 min
Why Voting for a Third Party Shouldn’t Ease Your Conscience
Pastor Thabiti Anyabwile on why he’s not abstaining from the polls this year and will vote for a candidate he doesn’t support.
Obesity, Health, and the Hard Reality Behind 'The Biggest Loser'
Episode 8 | 24 min
Obesity, Health, and the Hard Reality Behind 'The Biggest Loser'
Reality TV doesn't show the full story of weight loss, says reality TV show expert Kate Shellnutt.
Beyoncé's Redemptive Lemonade
Episode 7 | 30 min
Beyoncé's Redemptive Lemonade
Cultural critic Zakiya N. Jackson on the distinct message and the unapologetic boldness of Queen Bey.
After Darrin Patrick: How Pride Became an Occupational Hazard for Pastors
Episode 6 | 31 min
After Darrin Patrick: How Pride Became an Occupational Hazard for Pastors
Barnabas Piper on Acts 29, restoration, and the increasing temptation of pride and platform.
What One Religious Liberty Scholar Thinks Conservative Christians Have in Common with LGBT Activists
Episode 5 | 28 min
What One Religious Liberty Scholar Thinks Conservative Christians Have in Common with LGBT Activists
Thomas Berg on what both sides must to do move the polarized situation forward.
'God’s Not Dead' Scratches an Evangelical Itch
Episode 4 | 25 min
'God’s Not Dead' Scratches an Evangelical Itch
Alissa Wilkinson on why the film’s persecution narrative resonates with so many American Christians.
Why We Mourn for Pakistan’s Christians
Episode 3 | 34 min
Why We Mourn for Pakistan’s Christians
Persecuted church advocate K. A. Ellis on what it takes for the Western Church to support its beleaguered brothers and sisters.
Confronting Flint's Underground Disaster
Episode 2 | 27 min
Confronting Flint's Underground Disaster
For Michigan political science professor Kevin R. den Dulk, water is a matter of politics.
Here's How One Pastor-Activist Wants Christians to Think about Protests
Episode 1 | 22 min
Here's How One Pastor-Activist Wants Christians to Think about Protests
For pastor Jonathan Brooks, protest means disruption of an established boundary.