This week's guest is Crystal Cheatham, co-host of the podcast Lord Have Mercy, and producer of the upcoming Our Bible App, an inclusive Bible app for the rest of us.
We talk about a number of Crystal's experiences and projects, as well as why the Our Bible App is necessary in today's world.
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My guest this week is Verdell Wright.
In this conversation Verdell and I talk about growing up in the 7th Day Adventist tradition, asking big questions at an early age, the difficulties of attending church when you're seminary educated, depression, sexuality, Christian atheism, and religious humanism. It's a wide ranging conversation, but I hope you listen through to the very end. In the final section, Verdell talks about his work in highlighting Black queer voices, and what we can all do to highlight and support them as well, including financially, emotionally, and by including them in events and elsewhere. Read More
This week's guest is Samantha Field. She has experienced Christian education at every level: discusses her time being homeschooled, attending Pensacola Christian College, and Liberty University. She blogs at samanthapfield.com. Follow her on Twitter: @samanthapfield. Click through for show notes. Read More
This week I speak to "Martin Luther," someone who requested anonymity in order to tell his story. Read More
This week I'm joined by Becky, Callie, and Amanda--aka The Twisted Sisterds!
The Twisted Sisterds spun out of the Inglorious Pasterds podcast, having met in The Pub, which is the Inglorious Pasterds private Facebook group.
We talk about their stories, deconstruction, responses to social upheaval--as well as Doctor Who, Stargate, and Lord of the Rings. Read More