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A Christian Satirist Talks The Babylon Bee
Episode 174 |53min
A Christian Satirist Talks The Babylon Bee
The former editor in chief of The Wittenburg Door on making fun of the church in love.
The Limits of Pentecostal Women Leaders
Episode 173 |59min
The Limits of Pentecostal Women Leaders
When the tradition’s unique understanding of calling meets societal norms of leadership.
What Mass Shootings Mean for Loners and Youth Ministry
Episode 172 |1hr
What Mass Shootings Mean for Loners and Youth Ministry
Where churches fall short in reaching young people.
Responding to Josh Harris’s Announcement
Episode 171 |53min
Responding to Josh Harris’s Announcement
What should we do when loved ones and public figures leave the faith?
They Tried to Kill Me for My Christian Faith. So I Fled.
Episode 170 |51min
They Tried to Kill Me for My Christian Faith. So I Fled.
A Sudanese refugee’s remarkable story.
Should You Pass Your Church to Your Son (or Daughter)?
Episode 169 |45min
Should You Pass Your Church to Your Son (or Daughter)?
The pros and cons of pastorates staying in the family.
Are Our Ordination Controversies Unique?
Episode 168 |45min
Are Our Ordination Controversies Unique?
What this sometimes-contentious rite looks like in global Christianity.
Here’s What Makes the ‘First-Century Mark’ Saga Complicated
Episode 167 |57min
Here’s What Makes the ‘First-Century Mark’ Saga Complicated
The complex world of ancient biblical manuscripts.
How a US-China Trade War Threatens Christian Publishing
Episode 166 |50min
How a US-China Trade War Threatens Christian Publishing
Why proposed tariffs could significantly increase the price of Bibles.
African and West Indian Christians Are Changing the UK Church
Episode 165 |47min
African and West Indian Christians Are Changing the UK Church
How God is working through the Windrush generation and beyond.
Top Story August 25, 2019
America Needed Spies. Many Missionaries Were Ready and Willing.
America Needed Spies During World War II. Many Missionaries Were Ready and Willing.
They regretted some of what they were asked to do, but they thought defending democracy was worth it.
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