Sacred Skeptics

What if C.S. Lewis and Jon Stewart had a love child? We like to think of our podcast as an attempt to embody the best that these men have to offer: uncommon insight and stinging wit. We engage current events, cultural issues and answer spiritual questions. If you don’t like sarcasm, this isn’t the podcast for you. New episodes drop every Wednesday and Thursday. Listen and subscribe.
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Jul 25, 2016

Rick Henderson and Mike Bell continue their discussion on race relations, both from a white and a black perspective. An African-American pastor shared the conversation he had with his son about how to behave if he was pulled over in his new car. Do white parents have to have those same conversations with their children about respect for police? Is profiling ever OK? 

Jul 18, 2016

Our country is currently embroiled in a debate over justice and race. Is it possible that the white community and black community are united by an understanding that neither has yet realized?

Jul 11, 2016

Is it wrong to judge people? If you say yes, aren't you judging people for judging? If you say no, aren't you being unloving? After all, Jesus said, "Don't judge." We explore what being judgmental truly means and how to love others without looking down on them.  Rick Henderson and Mike Bell discuss.

Jul 2, 2016

What do you do when you don't like what you believe? What happens when you don't like your own faith? Do you leave the church? Do you hide your thoughts and feelings and keep on doing the religion thing? Do you redefine what Christianity means to you? Mike Bell and Rick Henderson discuss. 

Jul 2, 2016

Who’s to blame for the shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando?  Is it true that Christians have contributed to a culture of hate?  Wouldn’t that make Christians complicit…at least a little guilty for violence against the LGBT community? Mike Bell and Rick Henderson explore the issue of tolerance and whether disagreeing with a lifestyle is akin to hating people.