Paul and Rebeccah debate nationalism and the legacy of Trump’s foreign policy.
Interview with Jonathan Leeman, editorial director of IX Marks, about his book “How the Nations Rage.” Paul accuses Jonathan of theocracy, and Jonathan accuses Paul of idolatry, because they’re old friends and agree on everything and had to find something to disagree about.
Paul gave this talk about evangelicals and the public square at a gathering sponsored by the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission on April 10, 2019.
Interview with Luke Perez of the University of Missouri about religion in the Cold War.
Interview with Thabiti Anyabwile of Anacostia River Church in Washington, DC. Thabiti shared about race, ethnicity, and the Gospel in the age of Trump.
You can find Thabiti’s book, The Gospel for Muslims: An Encouragement to Share Christ with Confidence at Moody Publishers or Amazon.
Follow Thabiti Anyabwile on Twitter @ThabitiAnyabwil.
Interview with Matthew Lee Anderson, co-founder of Mere Orthodoxy. We talk about tattoos, among other things.
Interview with Adam Garfinkle, editor emeritus of The American Interest. Adam shares about growing up in the Jim Crow South, being Jewish in America, and the Anglo-Protestant basis of American political culture.
Interview with prolific writer James Poulos, author of “The Art of Being Free,” about Alexis de Tocqueville, being authentically Christian, and how to revive democracy in America.
Why a new podcast? Why this podcast? In this teaser trailer we introduce “Awkward Conversations with Paul D. Miller,” a podcast about politics and religion.