David French and Curtis Chang Answer Listener Mail
In this special “Ask Me Anything” podcast, we respond to questions about how to find a good church; how to interact with family and friends who are lost in the right wing media bubble; how to consume pop culture; and all the ways in which I am an apostate from progressive orthodoxy.Read More
Join Our Team: Now Hiring a Video Director
Redeeming Babel is spearheading a new project called The After Party: Towards a Better Christian Politics. The After Party (“TAP”) will produce curriculum and other resources to equip Christians (especially within the US evangelical community) to approach politics in a healthier and Biblically grounded mindset. The core message of TAP is that Jesus is deeply […]Read More
How Prominent is “Christian Nationalism” in the U.S.?
The challenges for American democracy, and American Christians, from “the secular god of politics.”Read More
Houghton University Conducts “The Anxiety Opportunity Course”
Even those who don’t consider themselves “anxious people” have felt fear and worry around health, finances, politics, race, or some other life disruption. This is especially true of college students. As a part of Redeeming Babel’s ongoing efforts to reach students experiencing anxiety, we offered our The Anxiety Opportunity Course to Houghton University as a […]Read More
Are the Midterms a Sign of the Times?
Curtis Chang and David French didn’t wade into the minutiae, the “who won/who lost” political machinations. Instead they attempted to consider the results in a gestalt way, to uncover what this election might be signaling for our country, our culture, and our church.Read More
Forgive Us Our Debts: a Christian Reflection on Debt Forgiveness
What happens when an individual owes more than he can possibly repay? What happens if a territory is weighed down by crippling debt?Read More
Anxiety as Opportunity
Instead of battling anxiety, what if you saw worries as a doorway to spiritual transformation? What if you had a different framework for approaching fears and no longer considered anxiety as an enemy to defeat or a sin to overcome? What if you no longer tried to rid yourself of anxiety through sheer faith or willpower, which leads to feelings of shame and frustration?Read More
Don’t Play Political Jenga with the Midterm Elections
People increasingly have a Jenga-esque approach to politics. They are taking out – through their support of dishonest, conspiracy-minded politicians – the foundational bedrocks of democracy and threatening the stability of our republic.Read More