Maxwell Institute Podcast

Where faith and scholarship break bread together

July 07th, 2016 | by Blair Hodges

“How can I be Christian if it doesn’t have any impact on what’s going to happen for African Americans?” (MIPodcast Moments)

BLAIR HODGES: That takes us to the topic of black theology. In your book Down In the Valley you talk little bit about James Cone, who is a […]

June 21st, 2016 | by Blair Hodges

#48—(Almost) all about African American religious history, with Julius H. Bailey [MIPodcast]

What do you know about African American religious history? Julius H. Bailey joins us in this episode to talk about his new overview, Down in […]

June 07th, 2016 | by Blair Hodges

#47—The spiritual lives of America’s “Nones,” with Elizabeth Drescher [MIPodcast]

If you surveyed Americans, asking them to identify themselves as: A) Catholic B) Muslim C) Evangelical D) Mormon …and so on, an increasing number will […]

May 24th, 2016 | by Blair Hodges

#46—Marilynne Robinson on The Givenness of Things [MIPodcast]

The New York Times Review of Books says Marilynne Robinson “is not like any other writer. She has created a small, rich, and fearless body […]

The Maxwell Institute Podcast is where faith and scholarship have a nice conversation over lunch. Scholars from the Latter-day Saint tradition and beyond talk about faith, history, scripture, philosophy, theology, and more.


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