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This week, Jackie Hill Perry joins us on the pod! And really, that’s probably all we need to say to convince you to listen. But in case you’ve been living under a rock, Jackie is a speaker, a poet, a hip-hop artist, the author of Gay Girl, Good God, and most recently, the author of Holier Than Thou. On this episode, Jackie sits down with Keith, and…
 
Tired of of talking politics? You’re not alone. Patrick Schreiner is sympathetic to this, but he also believes that for Christians, engaging in politics is a must. Why? Because the Gospel shows us that Jesus himself has a politic. But what does that mean exactly? Find out when our own Patrick sits down with Patrick Schreiner, author of Political Go…
 
Everybody thinks they know a narcissist, but what if you’re one too? What if, deep down, we all have a bit of narcissism in us? It’s easy to throw the term around and try to diagnose others, but what is a true narcissist? That’s what we cover on this episode of Truth Over Tribe when Patrick sits down with Chuck DeGroat. Chuck is a Professor of Coun…
 
Marriage is what brings us together today. On this episode of Truth Over Tribe, Keith and Patrick respond to Joe Rogan’s recent interview with The Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh in which the two discussed the significance (or insignificance) of marriage. According to Rogan, marriage is all about self-expression and personal happiness. In this view, the go…
 
Kara Dansky doesn’t even like to use the word, transgender. As a matter of fact, every time she says it out loud, she uses air quotes. As a self-proclaimed “radical feminist” and a lifelong Democrat, this may come as a surprise to those on her side of the political aisle. But in her book, The Abolition of Sex, Kara outlines how the trans agenda act…
 
Can we agree that most Christian media is just… bad? But if you’ve seen The Chosen, you know it’s one major exception! Today, Patrick talks with Derral Eves, executive producer of The Chosen, the first multi-season series about Jesus’s ministry. Hear Derral share why he believes the show has been so well received among diverse audiences, detail som…
 
Jesus flipped tables. You should fight the culture too. Right? Well, not so fast. It’s true that today’s cultural landscape seems to be shifting further away from Christian values. In fact, Christian norms are often seen as a threat to the common good. So, what's the proper Christian response? Should we fight in the culture war and forcefully take …
 
“Every human is a person, but not every person is a human.” On today’s episode, TOT’s talking BOTS. 🤖 Buckle up as Patrick sits down with Joshua K. Smith, a theologian who writes about artificial intelligence and robots from a Christian perspective. Listen as he answers questions discussed in his recent book, Robot Theology: Old Questions Through N…
 
Derwin Gray is back on the podcast! And this time, he joins us LIVE in studio! On today’s episode, Patrick and Derwin talk about his latest book, How To Heal Our Racial Divide, which examines what the Bible has to say about healing the persistent racial divides that threaten our nation. Derwin is a former NFL player and the founding and lead pastor…
 
There’s obviously something wrong with Evangelicalism. Despite seemingly unending scandals at the hands of celebrity pastors and megachurches, we continue choosing the charismatic leader over the “boring” institution of the church. Is there a way to break this Christian celebrity cycle? Today, Keith talks with Katelyn Beaty, former editor at Christ…
 
In just the last year, the conversation around Christian nationalism has changed dramatically. What was once a more agreed-upon slur is now being embraced as a badge of honor. But the reality is that Christian nationalism actually corrupts Christianity and at its core, is antithetical to the Gospel. On today’s episode, Keith discusses this phenomen…
 
Warning: One of your sacred cows may be slaughtered during this episode! Today, Patrick has an eye-opening conversation with Ryan Burge, a pastor, a professor, and one of today's leading sociologists in American religion and politics. The two discuss Ryan's book, "20 Myths About Religion and Politics in America," which reveals that the way most peo…
 
Who is Gen Z? It’s difficult to make broad claims about the most diverse generation in the history of the world, but that’s what we attempt on this week’s episode! Listen in as Patrick sits down with Josh Packard, Executive Director of Springtide Research Institute and one of the leading researchers around Gen Z. Josh begins by comparing Gen Z vs. …
 
The sexual revolution was supposed to liberate women. But did it? On this week’s episode of Truth Over Tribe, Keith talks with Louise Perry, author of The Case Against the Sexual Revolution, to discuss why the real winners of the sexual revolution were, in fact, men. Perry, a self-proclaimed feminist, isn’t afraid to critique her own tribe, calling…
 
“The extraordinary impact of Christianity is seen in the fact that we don’t notice it.” What if the Christian message is not the enemy of our modern values, but the very thing that makes sense of them? That’s what we discuss today when Patrick sits down with Glen Scrivener, author of “The Air We Breathe.” Whether the West realizes it or not, Christ…
 
How should Christians vote when faced with two “bad” choices? (Hint: They don’t only have two choices!) On this episode of Truth Over Tribe, Patrick sits down with David French, most recently the author of “Divided We Fall.” Listen as he and Patrick discuss how too many Christians have opted for playing the political short game, only settling for l…
 
Sure, we've got The First Amendment, but do people really have the right to say whatever they want whenever and wherever they want? Or should there be healthy limits to free speech in America? Today, Patrick sits down with Greg Lukianoff to discuss. Greg is the co-author of the NYT bestseller, "The Coddling of the American Mind," as well as the Pre…
 
You might be thinking: “Is this going to be a weird campfire conversation where they share their demon stories?” No, quite the opposite! In today’s episode, Patrick sits down with Tim Mackie, cofounder of BibleProject, and the two have a sophisticated and candid discussion about the “powers” that Paul refers to in Ephesians. Tim shares how these sp…
 
It’s Truth Over Tribe book release day! Want a sneak peek inside? On today’s episode, we’re giving you free early access to two chapters. Hear Keith and Patrick read from the introduction, “Tribalism is Wrecking Your Life,” and chapter four, “Tribalism Creates Your Enemies.” These chapters will give you a good preview into the themes and stories di…
 
What does it look like for the church to *really* love gay people? Is the idea of "curing" a homosexual of their desires biblically accurate or appropriate? On this episode of Truth Over Tribe, Keith sits down with Greg Johnson, lead pastor and author of the book, "Still Time to Care: What We Can Learn from the Church's Failed Attempt to Cure Homos…
 
Live from the Truth Over Tribe studio, Bob Goff joins both Keith and Patrick to discuss how Christians can choose truth over tribe in love. Bob is a New York Times bestselling author of Love Does; Everybody, Always; Dream Big; Live in Grace, Walk in Love; and Undistracted. Bob's humility, kindness, and (of course!) humor were on full display during…
 
Many of us simply assume that media headlines are reality. But is the media acting in good faith? Or are they serving a political agenda? In this episode, Patrick is joined by Ashley Rindsberg, novelist and essayist, to discuss the power American media has in controlling narratives and altering history. Hear as Ashley shares insights from his book,…
 
In this episode of Truth Over Tribe, Patrick sits down with journalist, Jonathan Rauch. Although he identifies as a part of the LGBTQ+ community, Jonathan recently wrote an article, "Walking the Transgender Moment Away from the Extremists," which challenges the current trans narrative. Hear as he explains how radical gender ideology has overtaken t…
 
What happens when a Never-Trumper pastors a church in the middle of Trump country? This week, Keith talks to Brian Zahnd to find out. Brian is the founder and lead pastor of Word of Life Church in St. Joseph, Missouri. Today, he and Keith discuss how Christians with opposing views can remain unified, despite our tribalistic tendencies. Hear as Bria…
 
Has today’s tribalistic culture gotten any better? Or are we becoming even more divided? On this episode, Keith and Patrick give a state of the (tribal) union, exploring recent events as case studies: The FBI's recent search of Trump’s home at Mar-a-Lago, the Florida Rights and Parental Advocation Act, the overturning of Roe v. Wade, monkeypox, and…
 
For anyone with a social media account (isn't that all of us?), this episode should be required listening. Today, we're welcoming Chris Martin back on the podcast! Chris is a social media, marketing, and communications consultant and author of Terms of Services: The Real Cost of Social Media. On this episode, Chris and Patrick discuss why censorshi…
 
Conversations about race aren't going away. In fact, they're just getting started. This week on Truth Over Tribe, Patrick talks with speaker and author Isaac Adams about just that. Isaac is the founder of United We Pray, a ministry dedicated to prayer for racial strife, and is the author of Talking About Race: Gospel Hope for Hard Conversations. He…
 
The elites used to control the narrative. Now? The public is revolting and the elites are panicking. How did we get here? This week on Truth Over Tribe, Keith talks with former CIA analyst Martin Gurri to find out. Gurri published a book in 2014, "The Revolt of the Public," where he correctly predicted the cultural chaos we have been experiencing t…
 
In such a polarizing climate, trusting our leaders and institutions has become difficult. Many feel repeatedly failed by institutions, leaving a crisis in authority. So, where do we go from here? This week, Keith sits down with one of today's most influential conservative intellectuals, Yuval Levin, to find out. Yuval is the Director of Social, Cul…
 
America loves outsiders. See: Donald Trump, Barack Obama, AOC. But why? In this third installment of our series on celebrity culture, Keith and Patrick discuss how outsiderism developed in the US and how it's now infiltrating the church. They consider how access to information has led to a loss of institutional credibility, fostering an anti-instit…
 
Remember the name, Jonathan Isaac, from back in 2020? Isaac was the lone NBA player not to kneel for the national anthem amid a league-wide demonstration in support of Black Lives Matter following George Floyd's death. In today's episode, Keith sits down with him to discuss this decision and other revelations from his recent book, "Why I Stand." He…
 
On June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court officially overturned Roe v. Wade, ending 50 years of federal abortion rights. This decision has generated celebration for pro-lifers, fury for pro-choicers, and confusion for many, including Christians. In today's bonus episode, Patrick and Keith tackle your most challenging questions related to this historic de…
 
Welcome to the second, spicy installment in our series on celebrity pastors! In the first episode, Keith and Patrick used Hillsong Church as a case study to show the cyclical process of celebrity church culture. This week, we're looking back to discover who's to blame. How did the church get here to begin with? Spoiler alert: It all started when th…
 
You may not know the name, Norma McCorvey, but you definitely know the name, Jane Roe, AKA one-half of Roe v. Wade. In today's episode, Keith talks with author, Joshua Prager, to discover who the real Jane Roe really was. The two go beyond the moral, philosophical, and theological arguments associated with abortion and discuss the people involved b…
 
Tampa Bay Rays pitcher, Jason Adam, and four of his teammates opted not to wear LGBTQ+ pride patches on the Rays' "Pride Night." They didn't do it to get attention or make a political point. They did it because of their faith. In the week that followed, Jason Adam was called a bigot by other players, the sports media, and plenty of MLB fans. In thi…
 
America loves celebrity culture, but how did the church get there too? This week on Truth Over Tribe, you'll hear the first in our new series on celebrity pastors. In this episode, Patrick and Keith discuss Carl Lentz and Hillsong Church as a case study, dissecting why we love witnessing the creation and dissolution of celebrity pastors and churche…
 
Mum's the word? Well, not for Winston Marshall. This week, the Mumford & Sons' former banjoist joins Patrick to discuss his cancel culture experience that all stemmed from a single tweet. Hear Marshall share on this complex journey that ultimately caused him to leave the band. Plus, where does he stand now? What role has his faith played in it all?…
 
This week's guest on Truth Over Tribe is Rosaria Butterfield, a former English Professor at Syracuse University who was once in a long-term lesbian relationship. Rosaria is now a follower of Jesus and her passion for radical hospitality makes that evident. Today, she joins Keith to discuss how she began following Jesus and how hospitable relationsh…
 
Our hearts break for the victims of sexual abuse in the SBC, knowing that many of them could have spared. It’s time to mourn with victims, not protect abusers and the abusive systems that protect them. In this episode, Patrick and Keith go into detail about the SBC sexual abuse report and explore what needs to change in evangelicalism to protect vi…
 
With the potential overturning of Roe v. Wade on the horizon, it's likely you've been hearing a lot about abortion lately. In today's bonus episode, Keith and Patrick sit down to discuss this complicated and sensitive issue through the lens of scripture and in light of our current cultural moment. What does the Bible say about abortion? What will h…
 
This week's guest on Truth Over Tribe is Batya Ungar-Sargon, Deputy Opinion Editor of Newsweek and writer of Bad News: How Woke Media is Undermining Democracy. A self-identifying socialist, Batya shares the importance of the working class and how the goal of socialism is to be on their side. In this episode, she and Keith discuss socialism, toxicit…
 
This week on Truth Over Tribe, Patrick and Keith go head-to-head with one of the loudest messages in our culture today: self-care and wellness. They discuss this phenomenon from a few different viewpoints and explain why self-care is so marketable and widely accepted in American culture. They look at the scientific, consumeristic, and intuitional a…
 
You've probably seen more than a few memes poking fun at progressives for declaring Twitter's sale the apocalypse. Conversely, some conservatives seem to think Elon will usher in the kingdom of God... or at the very least usher Trump back on to his ex-favorite platform. We're all wondering: are Elon's proposed changes the path to paradise or hell? …
 
This week's guest on Truth Over Tribe is Sam Allberry, a writer and a pastor, who joins Keith to discuss our relationship with our bodies. Sam's most recent book, What God Has to Say About Our Bodies, answers many of the questions we wrestle with today. Their discussion covers stereotypes of masculinity and feminity, how we psychologically and phys…
 
Today on Truth Over Tribe, we're bringing you the final episode in our Just War vs. Non-Violence 3-part series. If you haven't listened to the first two episodes, go back and listen now: The Biblical Theology of Violence + Should Christians Go To War?. In this episode, we finally get the debate we've been waiting for! Keith and Patrick ask each oth…
 
Today on Truth Over Tribe, we're bringing the second episode in a 3-part series about just war and non-violence. In the first episode, we covered the biblical theology of violence (go back and listen if you haven't already!). This episode features Keith's and Patrick's steel man arguments on just war vs. non-violence. The final episode will end wit…
 
In this episode of Truth Over Tribe, we're bringing the first in a 3-part series about just war and non-violence. This series will cover the biblical theology of violence, Keith's and Patrick's steel man arguments on just war vs. non-violence, and will end with a debate between the two. Today, you'll hear Keith and Patrick go through what the Bible…
 
On this week's episode of Truth Over Tribe, Keith sits down with Sean Boone, a church planter in one of the most racially divided cities in America: Ferguson, Missouri. He and Keith get into what it means to be a multiethnic church and how his church's goal isn't simply integration; it's a lifestyle of assimilation. Boone tells us his incredible st…
 
Our most dramatic episode yet! 🌹 Can we steal you for a second? What happens when Clayton Echard, ABC's most recent Bachelor, sits down with his former pastor?! Although it's the first time Keith and Clayton have officially met, you'll hear Clayton get honest about his faith, premarital sex and the fantasy suites, following his heart, and what it's…
 
Does our society really need marriage after all? Can't couples who want to spend the rest of their lives together just cohabitate? And can't co-parenting outside of marriage work just fine for kids? It's obvious that the concept of marriage has shifted quite a bit over the years (even within the church). And the truth is that if we continue to rede…
 
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