Pamela Cooper-White of Union Theological Seminary talks about her book The Psychology of Christian Nationalism: Why People Are Drawn In and How to Talk Across the Divide. She also discusses pastoral counseling and her perspective as an Episcopal priest.
In this issue of A Public Witness, we open up the book on recent efforts to ban or deplatform unwanted perspectives. Then we turn the pages on the ways these efforts often backfire, proving to be a harmful approach for dealing with noxious opinions.
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.
This year brought its unique challenges but also included many important accomplishments here at Word&Way. Here are our top 10 highlights from the year as we look forward to another year of our journalism ministry.
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.