What Has Evangelicalism Gotten Right—and Wrong—about Issues of Justice?
How has militarism shaped our idea of the way a Christian ‘should’ be? Does it make sense to put theology at the center of what it means to be an evangelical—even if pastors would like it to be?
Jamie and Kent sat down with Dr. Kristin Kobes Du Mez, author of “Jesus and John Wayne,” to ask her these questions and talk about her take on evangelicals’ relationship with the ‘outsider’—plus—the dangerous byproduct of attention to global persecution of Christians.
"On Being a Good Neighbor", sermon draft by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
This episode produced by Laura Finch
Theme Song “Turning Over Tables” by The Brilliance
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