In episode 43 of Dangerous Dogma, Jonathan Hall and Beau Underwood talk with Word&Way President Brian Kaylor about their new book Dear Son: Raising Faithful, Just, and Compassionate Men.
In episode 42 of Dangerous Dogma, Ryan Burge, an assistant professor of political science at Eastern Illinois University and an American Baptist pastor, talks about his new book 20 Myths About Religion and Politics in America.
In episode 41 of Dangerous Dogma, Robert Wilson-Black, CEO of Sojourners, talks about his new book The End of College: Religion and the Transformation of Higher Education in the 20th Century. He also discusses issues of secularism, war, and cultural values.
In episode 40 of Dangerous Dogma, Wendell Griffen, an Arkansas circuit judge and pastor of New Millennium Church in Little Rock, talks about pastoring, racism, and justice.
In episode 39 of Dangerous Dogma, Brian Zahnd, lead pastor of Word of Life Church in St. Joseph, Missouri, talks about his book When Everything's on Fire: Faith Forged from the Ashes. He also discusses reading the Bible, fundamentalism, beauty, and the fire at Notre-Dame
In episode 38 of Dangerous Dogma, George Marsden, emeritus professor of history at the University of Notre Dame, talks about the new edition of his classic book Fundamentalism and American Culture.
In episode 37 of Dangerous Dogma, Mark Chancey, professor of religious studies at Southern Methodist University, talks about issues involved in teaching the Bible in public schools. He mentions his study of how Texas school districts taught the Bible.
In episode 36 of Dangerous Dogma, Lisa Sharon Harper, author of Fortune: How Race Broke My Family and the World — and How to Repair It All, talks about her new book on history, racism, and her family. She also discusses the importance of truth-telling, reparations,
Rob W. Lee, a minister and activist in North Carolina, talks about his advocacy against honors to Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Rob, whose family is related to the hero of the "Lost Cause," also discusses why Christians need to address the history of racism
In episode 34 of Dangerous Dogma, David C. Cramer and Myles Werntz talk about their new book A Field Guide to Christian Nonviolence: Key Thinkers, Activists, and Movements for the Gospel of Peace.