In this episode, Dr. Kristen Deede Johnson discusses her award-winning book “The Justice Calling: Where Passion meets Perseverance,” and what justice and righteousness look like in our lives and vocations.
In this episode Rev. Dr. Soong-Chan Rah discusses his own faith journey and how it influences his work in justice and racial reconciliation in the church.
In this episode, Josh Larsen and Eric Kuiper sat down to talk about Josh’s new book “Movies are Prayers” and a have a conversation about the relationship of film and faith. Josh is the editor of Think Christian, an online magazine dealing with issues of faith and culture, and co-host of the podcast Filmspotting. Eric is Chief Creative Officer of Celebration Cinema, founder of Into the Noise, and an adjunct professor at WTS.
Pakistani ethnomusicologist Eric Sarwar shares how his Christian faith has influenced his work, and what he is doing to connect with Muslim neighbors in his country using the Psalms.
In this episode, Rev. Marijke Strong asks author Sarah Arthur about her love of fiction literature and how that plays into her faith and her call as a writer.
In this episode, Dwight Baker, CEO/President of Baker Publishing and Elizabeth Palmer, books editor at The Christian Century discuss faith and the Christian publishing industry.
New York Times Best-selling author and Episcopal priest, Barbara Brown Taylor, sits down with fellow writer Isaac Anderson to discuss writing as an act of faith.
In the final episode of Season 2, New York Times best-selling author and speaker Rachel Held Evans sits down with Rev. Roger Nelson at the 2017 Writer’s Workshop to answer, “What is it like to be the spiritual voice of a collective”?
In this episode, theologians Edith M. Humphrey and John L. Thompson discuss the question, “Does church tradition undermine the centrality and authority of scripture?”