The return of Fate Hagood to discuss racial misconceptions, if white people are always on time, how we are different, communication, authority, white preachers being nicer, learning grace, church growth, and why we should continue to discuss race.
Mike Cope debases his soul by sitting next to Jonathan Storment for this month’s wrapup to discuss eating beats with Rainn Wilson, entertainment’s witness, cheapest form of thinking, parables, Pete Enns, tell me more, and race.
English Professor Dr. Steven Moore and theologian Randy Harris join the show to discuss Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Between the World and Me, black rage, pro wrestling, black bodies, “those who imagine themselves to be white” and the power of listening.
For more on the subject by Steven and Randy check out this video.
Jonathan Storment joins the show to discuss Christian music, who would win in a fist fight between Joel Houston and James K.A. Smith, race, Jonathan running from the cops, Enneagram and of course we talk a little more about stand-up Comedy.
Sean Adams returns to discuss the church’s response to the shootings of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling. We also discuss the importance of listening, how bad people are in all occupations, good cops, and why our identity as Jesus’ followers should take precedent over identity markers.
Jonathan Storment returns to discuss Islam, cherishing your particularities, the hazard of growing up as a young preacher, moral progress, sacraments as the future of the church, Trump, and Reconciliation.
Lisa Sharon Harper discusses culture shock, Walter Brueggemann, Creation stories, Cross Colours, pilgrimages vs. trips, reconciliation as discipleship, Shalom vs. Heaven, shoes, sin and her new book The Very Good Gospel.