In episode 25 of Dangerous Dogma, Randall Balmer, a professor at Dartmouth College, talks about his new book 'Bad Faith: Race and the Rise of the Religious Right.' He also discusses his evangelical upbringing and his ministry as an Episcopal priest.
In episode 24 of Dangerous Dogma, Jim Wallis, chair of faith and justice at Georgetown University, talks about issues of advocacy, faith, evangelicals, and Trumpism. He also discusses his time at Sojourners, his books, and his new role at Georgetown.
In episode 23 of Dangerous Dogma, Angela Denker, a Lutheran pastor and former journalist, talks about her book Red State Christians. She also discusses issues involving Jan. 6, COVID-19, George Floyd, Trump flags, and more.
In episode 22 of Dangerous Dogma, Michael Wear, a writer and political consultant, talks about issues of faith, politics, and advocacy. He also discusses his book 'Reclaiming Hope: Lessons Learned in the Obama White House About the Future of Faith in America.'
In episode 21 of Dangerous Dogma, John Fea, professor of American history at Messiah University and executive editor of Current, talks with Word&Way President Brian Kaylor about contemporary politics and how history informs our understanding of it.
In episode 20 of Dangerous Dogma, Angela Parker talks about her new book ‘If God Still Breathes, Why Can’t I?: Black Lives Matter and Biblical Authority.’ She discusses issues of biblical interpretation, race, and inerrancy.
In episode 19 of 'Dangerous Dogma,' Adam Taylor, author of 'A More Perfect Union,' talks about his book and his hope for building the Beloved Community. He also discusses his advocacy efforts and his role as president of Sojourners.
In episode 18 of 'Dangerous Dogma,' Jen Butler, author of 'Who Stole My Bible?,' talks about her book and what it means to read the Bible a handbook for resisting tyranny. She also talks about her advocacy work as executive director of Faith in Public Life.
In episode 16 of Dangerous Dogma, Brad Lyons, president and publisher of Chalice Press, talks what he has learned in the world of religious publishing, his books on spirituality and national parks, and why he does not like Amazon.