Join host Curtis Chang and his friends as they follow Jesus and make sense of the world. With expertise, thoughtfulness, and humor, they discuss how Christian faith intersects with culture, politics, work, entertainment, and other aspects of life. Good Faith is produced by Redeeming Babel. Good Faith is ranked in the top .5 percent of all podcasts.
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Repeated studies show that the current media landscape is worsening polarization and weakening our ability to grasp truth. How do we escape getting trapped in our own “bespoke realities?” This Good Faith episode draws on a recent webinar led by Curti... more
How are Christians supposed to think, feel, and act as they walk by a homeless person? As they drive through an impoverished neighborhood and pass by its residents? Our reactions will be strongly influenced by how we answer the question, “Why? Why ar... more
The dominant narrative is that Western culture is headed for ever greater levels of atheism, agnosticism, or at least departure from belief in the Christian God. Andy Crouch returns from his sabbatical to question this narrative. He points out that t... more
Listening to these guys redefine the Bible and Jesus to their own liking gets sickening. Every now and then they make a comment that matters. But they are their own echo chamber.
This podcast is thought provoking and relevant. I appreciate its exploration of both sides of difficult topics and pointing to Jesus for the ultimate answers.
I am happy to find this podcast I had no clue about until I started reading kingdom power and glory by Tim Alberta, I am not a religious person but I witness the religious people around me getting radicalized very scary, so glad to find you 🙏
The most recent podcast with David French was very encouraging and helpful to me personally. The current times can be discouraging and even frightening; I needed the encouragement and uplifting these men provided.
It is hugely encouraging to listen to well-informed and passionate Christ-followers talk through complicated current events. Thank you Curtis for your commitment to truth and for sharing so much of yourself with us through this podcast!
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Good Faith launched 2 years ago and published 112 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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