This episode is a book talk with Dr. James C. Ungureanu about his book, Science, Religion, and the Protestant Tradition.
Heidi Olson Campbell hosts a panel on witch-hunts and magic, which includes panelists Elaine Breslaw, Lisa Diller, Aaron Larsen, and Philip Jenkins.
This is the podcast of our CFH virtual coffee panel on the topic of secondary sources. Moderator Paul Thompson discusses secondary education with Ron Sorenson, Veronica Gutierrez, Zachary Cote, David McFarland, and Prisca Bird.
This is the podcast recording of the CFH Book Talk on The Revival of Evangelicalism with author, Andrew Michael Jones.
For five hundred years, Latina/o culture and identity have been shaped by their challenges to the religious, socio-economic, and political status quo, whether in opposition to Spanish colonialism, Latin American dictatorships, US imperialism in Central America, the oppression of farmworkers, or the current exploitation of undocumented immigrants. Christianity has played a significant role in that movement at every stage.
Robert Chao Romero, the son of a Mexican father and a Chinese immigrant mother, explores the history and theology of what he terms the “Brown Church.” Romero considers how this movement has responded to these and other injustices throughout its history by appealing to the belief that God’s vision for redemption includes not only heavenly promises but also the transformation of every aspect of our lives and the world. Walking through this history of activism and faith, readers will discover that Latina/o Christians have a heart after God’s own.
Join us for a conversation with Dr. Robert Chao Romero, hosted by Daniel Montanez.
Dr. Joey Cochran discusses Religion and the American Revolution with Dr. Katherine Carté in this book talk.
The Conference on Faith and History welcomes University of Texas, Dallas graduate student Ang Li, who will moderate a panel of scholars that include Jane Hong, Tim Tseng, and Jonathan Tran. Panelists will discuss the various ways Asian Americans grappled with issues of Race and Religion. How does Asian American racism differ from that of African American? How could an appreciation for Asian American (AA) actors in history aid us to understand America? With the recent rise in Anti-Asian hate crimes (esp. during COVID) and an explosive growth of AAPI immigrants, how might students and faculty appreciate Asian American history? The panelists will conclude by offering advice to non-specialists interested in diversifying their areas of expertise in order to gain a better understanding the role of Asians in American history.
In this episode, Tim Larsen, Jon Boyd, and Joey Cochran discuss the recent IVP compendium on the history of evangelical biblicism, Every Leaf, Line, and Letter.
CFH Secretary, Jonathan Den Hartog, introduces and interviews the new President, John Fea.
The October 2021 Virtual Coffee discussed "The Difference Made by Distance: How the Long View Impacts Womens History." This panel was hosted by Elizabeth Marvel with guest panelists Melissa Harkrider, Meghan DiLuzio, and Beth Allison Barr.
This episode is a discussion on current issues in the study of Latin American history moderated by Veronica Gutierrez with panelists Ron Morgan and Lourdes de Ita.
This episode is a book talk between the OUP Spiritual Lives series editor, Timothy Larsen and Elesha Coffman about her book, Margaret Mead.
In this book talk, Joey Cochran hosts a conversation with Whitworth Assistant Professor, Aaron Griffith, about his recent history, God's Law and Order: The Politics of Punishment in Evangelical America.
In this episode, social media coordinator, Joey Cochran, interviews Dr. Thomas Conner about his book War and Remembrance: The Story of the American Battle Monuments Commission.
In this episode host Malcolm Foley discusses the topic of the Racial Reckoning and Black Scholarship with panelists Paul Thompson, Alicia Jackson, and Carey Latimore.
Host Joey Cochran moderates a discussion on current issues in Baptist history with guest panelists Dr. Melody Maxwell, Dr. Geoff Chang, and Dr. Barry Hankins.
In this episode, Katherine Goodwin hosts a panel discussing current trends in women's history. Panelists include: Anthea Butler, Andrea Turpin, and Veronica Gutierrez.
Host Alyssa Lehr Evans moderates a conversation with historian, Heath Carter, on The Past, Present, and Future of the Religious "Left."
Listen to a conversation between Joey Cochran and Dr. Timothy Larsen on the recent publication of the Oxford Handbook of Christmas.
This episode is a roundtable with Malcolm Foley, Esau McCaulley, and Steven Harris. These three discuss how African-Americans inhabit history and construct history.