Ep. 14: A Safe Place for Questions with Dr. Keisha McKenzie

This week’s episode features a conversation with Dr. Keisha McKenzie, aka @mackenzian on Twitter.

She shares her story of growing up in the UK, attending school in Jamaica, as well as her time living in the US, all while engaging her Adventist faith and finding communities that helped her continue to ask the questions she wanted to ask. It’s a great conversation that covers a lot of ground across politics, religion, and sexuality — what she refers to as “the three taboos” on her website.

Follow Dr. McKenzie on Twitter @mackenzian and visit her site at

Show Notes:

The Cross and the Lynching Tree by James Cone:
Strong Democracy by Benjamin Barber:
The Roots of Our Ecological Crisis by Lynn White:…cles/Lynn-White.pdf
Enough Room at the Table Film:


Ep. 8: Strategically Placed Bibles with Kyle Parton

Shorter show notes for this one, everybody.

Kyle Parton, Director of Epiphany Publishing, talks with me about teenage adventures in Wal-Mart evangelism, key markers of evangelicalism, war, other faith traditions, and alternate models of salvation (the more serious show title was “Finding a Substitute for Penal Substitution”).

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Intro Music:
“Corpus Christi Carol” by Jeff Buckley…0474?i=385560483
Outro Music:
“Eternal Life” by Jeff Buckley…0474?i=385560485