All The Things

All The Things

All The Things podcast with Krista Bontrager and Monique Duson.

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November 12, 2021 50 min
The Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) is used widely in large Christian ministries, Christian higher ed, and mission-sending agencies. Theologian, Krista Bontrager, sat down with Dr. Heather Peterson (Associate Professor of English and Literature) to discuss this popular assessment, challenging some of the foundational assumptions of the tool when compared to a Christian worldview. Link to Dr. Heather Peterson's articl...
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Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world. How can we reach out to Muslim friends in our community with the hope of the Gospel?
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One of the most common questions we are getting while on the road is: Is "woke" ideology coming into Christian colleges? This a widespread issue that few are talking about. We will talk with someone who has watched DEI get deeply embedded into Christian academia. Connect with Us: Web site: https://www.allthethingsshow.com Email: attlivestream@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/attlivestream Podcast: search fo...
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A look at the problem of slavery in the United States and how religion, history, and science shaped the cultural consensus that blacks were lower on the great chain of evolution. The keys here are first, scientific or cultural consensus is a terrible way to determine moral good. Second, how hope for overcoming the consensus is rooted in the Gospel. Connect with Us: Web site: https://www.allthethingsshow.com Email: attlivestream...
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Our culture wants to make race, class and gender our primary identity. And some churches are hoping on that bandwagon. Let's step back and talk about God's vision for humanity. How does He see us?
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Our culture has bought into the worldview supporting secular morality. Somehow we have arrived at a cultural moment where people are shouting their abortions and changing their pronouns. But how did we get here? And why does our culture think this is rational? We will talk to Nancy Pearcey (author, Love Thy Body) about how to think about our physical bodies in a biblical way. Alisa Childers co-hosts with Krista.
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Christians teaching in public schools are facing challenging times, as they are being required to participate in equity trainings and make allyship statements. David Schmus, Executive Director at CEAI, will share strategies to encourage Christians who work in public schools.
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Dr. Neil Shenvi came BACK to review the books that are shaping the public discussion about social justice. We discussed Jemar Tisby's lasted book, Jesus and John Wayne, and the father of Black Liberation theology, James Cone.
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A Christian American who worked In Afghanistan will share her perspective on the impact of this week's events on the Christians who remain.
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There is a lot of talk these days about the importance of empathy. But if you don't pay attention, well-meaning empathy can quickly degenerate into enabling unbiblical behavior. Let's talk about how to avoid those traps. We will be talking to Katerina Elias whose background in social work will help us explore the consequences of empathy gone wrong.
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August 6, 2021 85 min
Let's talk about the history of the evangelical social justice movement and how it came to be entangled with Marxism. Guest: Scott Allen, author Why Social Justice is Not Biblical Justice
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Should Christians stay out of politics? Policy analyst at American Family Associate, Abraham Hamilton, III (host, The Hamilton Corner) will share his perspective.
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There is a rising cultural narrative that believing in creation is another form of racism. We will discuss a recent editorial in Scientific American with Dr. Fuz Rana.
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July 9, 2021 93 min
We made it to 100 episodes! We celebrated with some surprise guests. Plus, we talked about some of the backstory behind the show, including our favorite episodes.
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We discussed the changing definition of freedom and its impact on our current cultural conversation.. Guest: Dr. Scott Waller
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June 25, 2021 94 min
We are flipping the script. YOU set the topic! Krista and Monique answer your questions - LIVE!
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Juneteenth episode! We are excited to introduce the family to the work of Dr. Harold Felder. He is going to help us work through the tricky topic of the Bible and slavery.
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What are the key criteria of God's standards for justice? How is biblical justice different than social justice? Guest: Dr. Cal Beisner
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Should Christians get behind the campaign for a national minimum wage and universal basic income? We talk to Christian economist, Jeffery Degner.
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We will be talking with Jeffrey Mc Call, the founder of Freedom March, and his vision for Gospel revival in the LGBT community.
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