Podcasts on Culture

Charlie Camosy is associate professor of Theological and Social Ethics at Fordham University, where he has taught since finishing his Ph.D. in theology at Notre Dame in 2008. Among other places, his published articles have appeared in the American Journal... Continue...

Better Together captures our desire to partner together as men and women in the church and beyond to advance the kingdom with mutual support and care. Better Together will address a wide range of topics from sexual abuse, leadership, women and work, women’s ministry, and more. Today’s... Continue...

Trip Lee discusses hip-hop, Christianity and the next generation, while at MLK50 conference in Memphis, Tenn. Trip Lee is a Christian rapper, singer, poet, and author. Continue...

Tim Goeglein is Vice President of External Relations for Focus on the Family. Before that, he was Special Assistant to U. S. President George W. Bush and Deputy Director of the White House Office of Public Liaison from 2001 to... Continue...

From confusion about sexuality to the devaluing of religious liberty, today’s youth face major cultural challenges. Those of us who are farther along in life and in the faith need to be intentional about setting the next generation up to... Continue...

On this inaugural episode, Andrew T. Walker introduces the ERLC’s latest podcast Countermoves: A Christian Review of Ideas Shaping Church and Culture. Countermoves is taken from the title of a volume by Carl F. H. Henry, one of the most influential... Continue...

ERLC National Conference Full video: Russell Moore and Ben Sasse via Facebook Live Hurricane Harvey Southern Baptist Disaster Relief, Hurricane Harvey From the Flooded Grounds of Houston - Jeff Medders How to help victims of Hurricane Harvey - ERLC Continue...

Many Christians retreat from the cultures around them because they’re afraid of compromising. But at the ERLC’s National Conference, J.D. Greear, in his talk How Can Churches Engage the Public Square without Compromising the Gospel?, gives us wisdom about being... Continue...

Many pastors are afraid to speak to cultural issues, which is a detriment to the flock they’re shepherding. More importantly, there’s a lack of discipleship that trains Christians to think biblically about the issues of our neighborhoods. A panel of... Continue...

There’s a lot of talk about those in their 20’s and 30’s, more commonly known as “Millennials.” Stereotypes often pit these young adults as lazy and incompetent. But at the ERLC’s National Conference, a panel of trusted leaders speaks to... Continue...