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Andrew is Teaching Pastor at King’s Church London, and has degrees in history and theology from Cambridge (MA) and King’s College London (PhD). He is a columnist for Christianity Today, and has written several award-winning books, most recently Remak... more
In November 2019, Treneé won a seat as Councilwoman of the 7th District of West Haven City Council, becoming the youngest person to hold this position. She currently serves as a State Representative elected to represent the 116th District in West Hav... more
Welcome to a sneak peek of the Bonus Q&A episode, part of the Theology in the Raw premium subscription. more
I’ve been listening to the show for a few years, and while appreciate Preston’s openness to tackle issues most Christians avoid and his commitment to do it graciously, I’ve noticed a few of cringey patterns. The first is that Preston purports himself as a neutral audience; I appreciate his efforts at neutrality, but we all have a worldview and a cultural context that informs how we think, and he is no different. And it shows. Second, he softballs complementarian guests and assumes their position... more
At the 15 minute mark of the August 23, 2023 podcast, Preston begins to speak of Malcolm X. Preston states that Malcolm X is cleaner and a more moral leader than MLK Junior. Preston states that Malcolm X was clean, morally and had demonstrated moral behaviour and is a saint. Preston gets his facts from a movie. Preston doesn’t understand that movies don’t always show the facts. Malcolm X is said to have engaged in drug dealing gambling racketeering, robbery and pimping. He may have even engage i... more
Preston humbly engages with people through a scriptural Lena’s that I so appreciate. Keep up the amazing pursuit and modeling this for others.
Bro kills it every time. So thoughtful, weighs it out; incredible service to those who want to engage humanity. Worth your time.
Just a joy to listen to - thoughtful conversations - faithful yet nuanced on complex issues. Preston was born for the podcast era.
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