In episode 33 of Dangerous Dogma, Jacques Berlinerblau, professor of Jewish Civilization at Georgetown University, talks about his new book Secularism: The Basics. He also discusses the religious roots of church-state separation and current threats to political secularism in the United States.
In episode 32 of Dangerous Dogma, Obery Hendricks, a visiting research scholar at Columbia University, talks about his new book Christians Against Christianity: How Right-Wing Evangelicals Are Destroying Our Nation and Our Faith.
In episode 31 of Dangerous Dogma, Daniel K. Williams, a professor of history at the University of West Georgia, talks about his new book The Politics of the Cross: A Christian Alternative to Partisanship. He also discusses issues of abortion, marriage, racism, and poverty.
We had a lot of great podcast conversations this year. So, let’s count down the top five most-downloaded of episodes of Baptist Without An Adjective and the top ten most-downloaded episodes of Dangerous Dogma.
In episode 30 of Dangerous Dogma, Bruce Chilton, professor of religion at Bard College, talks about his new book The Herods: Murder, Politics, and the Art of Succession. He also discusses the political issues at play in New Testament stories like the birth, teachings, and death
In episode 29 of Dangerous Dogma, Kevin Cosby, president of Simmons College of Kentucky and senior pastor of St. Stephen Baptist Church in Louisville, talks about his new book Getting to the Promised Land: Black America and the Unfinished Work of the Civil Rights Movement.
In episode 28 of Dangerous Dogma, Rodney Kennedy, a longtime Baptist pastor, talks about his new book The Immaculate Mistake: How Evangelicals Gave Birth to Donald Trump. He also discusses preaching, Southern culture, and Will Campbell.
In episode 27 of Dangerous Dogma, Bill Trollinger, a professor of history at the University of Dayton, talks about fundamentalism, higher education, and exvangelicals. He also discusses his book Righting America at the Creation Museum and his website Righting America.
In episode 26 of Dangerous Dogma, Nancy Ammerman, professor emerita of sociology of religion at Boston University, talks about Southern Baptist conflicts, fundamentalism, sociology of religion, and her new book Studying Lived Religion.