In response to increased awareness of racial violence, especially those acts perpetrated by authorities, toward black and brown people in the United States, TDBI presents this candid and important conversation between Rev. Rob Schenck and Dr. Walter McCray.
Schenck and Doug Pagitt explore the work Pagitt is doing with “Vote Common Good”. A non-partisan organization meant to give Evangelicals an allowance to think a bit out of the normal when it comes to politics.
In this new episode of Schenck Talks Bonhoeffer, recorded at the Christian Unity Conference in Hampton, VA, Rev. Rob Schenck talks with Paul Alan McAllister about the real need for racial, ethnic, and Gospel unity in the Christian church in the United States.
In this new episode of Schenck Talks Bonhoeffer, Rev. Rob Schenck talks to Dr. John Fea regarding his book, “Believe Me: The Evangelical Road to Trump.” As an evangelical, Dr. Fea tells why it is important to learn from history, and to see why the path that American evangelicals have taken is a dangerous road -- both for the witness of the Gospel and for the trajectory of the role of faith in public life.
In this episode of Schenck Talks Bonhoeffer, Rev. Rob Schenck talks about the need of looking at America’s gun violence issue from the lens of Scripture and the example of Christ, and details out why the Fully Protected Bible Study (a downloadable FREE resource) is much needed in the Christian community today.
In this new episode of Schenck Talks Bonhoeffer, Rev. Schenck shares how World War II-era pastor, Hitler resister, and martyr, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, revolutionized his Christian walk and brought him back to the Christ-centric purity of the Gospel message.