Join VeggieTales and What’s in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer and co-host Skye Jethani (author, senior editor Christianity Today’s Leadership Journal) for a fast-paced and often funny conversation about pop culture, media, theology and the fun, fun, fun of living a thoughtful Christian life in an increasingly post-Christian culture.


Episode 456: Why We’re Divided & Positive Pluralism with Bob Roberts The Holy Post

It’s increasingly difficult to have conversations with other Christians. Our families and congregations can’t seem to agree even about basic facts, let alone the news or how we ought to respond to what’s happening. So, we avoid talking about anything that might be controversial—which is pretty much everything today. What happened? How did we become so divided? The Holy Post crew talks about CT president Tim Dalrymple’s recent article, “The Splintering of the Evangelical Soul,” and what is necessary to heal our divisions. Then, Bob Roberts—the most interesting evangelical in the world—joins Skye for a conversation about why it’s critical to have deep relationships with people of other faiths. Roberts says it’s transformed his own understanding of Christianity, and isolating our kids from the world will only guarantee they join it. Also this week, Joshes battle for supremacy in Nebraska.
  1. Episode 456: Why We’re Divided & Positive Pluralism with Bob Roberts
  2. Episode 455: Is Your Church Toxic or Tov? with Scot McKnight
  3. Episode 454: Dangers, Doubts, & Deconstruction with A.J. Swoboda
  4. Episode 453: Table-Flipping Jesus & Improvising Faith with Dr. Timothy Gombis
  5. Episode 452: The Messy Call to Christian Unity with Francis Chan
  6. Episode 451: The Apocalypse Now with Dr. John Walton
  7. Episode 450: The Evangelical Industrial Complex with Love Thy Neighborhood
  8. Episode 449: The Atlanta Shootings & Courageous Leadership with Richard Stearns
  9. Episode 448: Beth Moore's Exit & the Problem of "Impoverished Imaginations" with Karen Swallow Prior
  10. Episode 447: The Danger of Useful Christianity with Russell Moore