CBF Podcast: Why Social Media Divides Us, A Conversation with Douglas Bursch
Podcast

CBF Podcast: Why Social Media Divides Us, A Conversation with Douglas Bursch

By Andy Hale We’ve all been there before. We felt passionate about something happening in our world, thumbed a sternly written rant about it, and then hit “Post.” There is a fantastic sense of accomplishment and satisfaction when you have put into words what you felt inside about this thing or that. Except, your thoughts … Continue reading

Remarkable Conversations with Your “Enemy”: A Conversation with Michael T. McRay
advocacy / Podcast

Remarkable Conversations with Your “Enemy”: A Conversation with Michael T. McRay

By Andy Hale Do you remember that incredible scene from 2008’s “The Dark Knight,” in which the Joker and Batman sit down from a rather heated conversation? For three minutes and twenty-four seconds, these paragon of opposing virtues sit across the table at an impasse. Batman used his fists and guile, while Joker wielded his … Continue reading

Married Priests, War and Global Warming: A Podcast Conversation with Father Thomas Reese
General CBF / Podcast

Married Priests, War and Global Warming: A Podcast Conversation with Father Thomas Reese

By Andy Hale  Married Priests, Iranian Conflict, China Trade War and Global Warming are just a few of the topics that Father Thomas Reese has written on in the last few months for the Religion News Service. We are a long way away from the days of writing about simple theological matters. Today’s religion contributors … Continue reading