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.
In episode 6 of Dangerous Dogma, Mark Charles talks about the racism embedded in the U.S.'s founding documents, and how churches are adding to the nation's racism. He also discusses his 2020 campaign as an independent presidential candidate.
In episode 5 of Dangerous Dogma, Bruce Reyes-Chow talks about his book 'In Defense of Kindness: Why It Matters, How It Changes Our Lives, and How It Can Save the World.' He also discusses political and religious incivility, social justice activism, harmful charity, and moving
In episode 4 of Dangerous Dogma, Laura Levens, assistant professor of Christian mission at the Baptist Seminary of Kentucky, discusses women in ministry, critical race theory, and other topics sparking debate in the Southern Baptist Convention.
In episode 2 of the new Word&Way podcast Dangerous Dogma, Lindsey Krinks talks about viewing communities from below, reading scriptures in public spaces, and what keeps her ministering despite disappointments with institutional Christianity.
Word&Way is launching a new podcast. Each episode features an interview with a leading Christian thinker or activist that focuses on the perils of certain doctrines. And the conversations look at alternative lessons from Jesus and scripture that challenge listeners to think and live more
In 2018, Word&Way launched the award-winning podcast “Baptist Without An Adjective,” a weekly show that features interviews with Baptists across the denominational, ethnic, national, and ideological lines that too often divide us. Here are the 10 most-downloaded episodes in 2020.
Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, a Baptist minister in North Carolina, sees the removal of Confederate monuments across the country as “very biblical.” The author and activist talked about faith, racism, and advocacy on the latest episode of the Word&Way podcast “Baptist Without An Adjective.”