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In part one of this two part podcast, Curtis and David respond to the breaking news that the Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade. Rather than dive into the legal or political dimensions of the ruling, they take a look at the social and spiritual... more
Some folks are fascinated by the unfolding narrative of the January 6 hearings, but many are simply tuning out, feeling it is just more politics. This week David and Curtis help us think through why we should be paying attention to these hearings. Th... more
Joining David and Curtis this week is Russell Moore, the director of Christianity Today’s Public Theology Project. With the Southern Baptist Convention taking place next week in the immediate aftermath of a 3rd party report on sexual abuse and instit... more
So grateful for the voices on this podcast. I found them through The Holy Post podcast and it’s so helpful to hear voices of reason and wisdom in this highly polarized time. Keep speaking!
There is insightful dialog but I stop listening when they start picking at the Trump scab. It’s disingenuous to preach keeping an open mind about other people but describe in this latest episode fear and revulsion toward a driver in a MAGA hat. I did not vote for Trump and wonder why thoughtful people feel the need to keep his name alive in dialog a year and a half from the election.
I enjoy the podcast and have taken several episode topics to various small groups I am in. Quite good! David, please stop repeating yourself. We get it the first time - you don’t have to repeat yourself for the slow. If you are doing it for emphasis, it really doesn’t have that effect. More of a distraction, in fact.
I am a weekly listener and have been since the beginning on November 20, 2021. Generally I have found David & Curtis interesting and thought-provoking, which is a significant contribution for this season of extremism and isolation. However, recently I have sensed a concerning employment of assumptions and generalizations. Especially in regard to those referred to as “evangelical conservatives” and “fundamentalists”. I find this perspective, intended or not, to be condescending and off putting.
A breath of fresh air in these troubled times. Usually listen to political podcasts. Moving this one to the top of my list
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Good Faith launched 8 months ago and published 33 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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