On this special program celebrating 70 years of faithful weekly broadcasts, the Rev. Dr. Louis C. Schueddig and host Peter Wallace review the history and impact of The Protestant Hour and present excerpts from some of its most influential preachers.
Day1 host Peter Wallace talks with Krista Tippett about her award-winning public radio radio program, "On Being," and her experiences and spiritual background that make her such an effective communicator of faith today.
In this special Day1 Podcast Extra, author and religious historian Diana Butler Bass and Day1 host Peter Wallace discuss her new book, Christianity After Religion.
Rob Bell, author of the controversial new book "Love Wins," sits down with Day1 host Peter Wallace to talk about his church, his ministry, and God's love for all.
The Rev. Barbara Brown Taylor, educator, author, and Episcopal priest, talks with Day1 host Peter Wallace about her teaching, her bestselling books, and about how Christians can reclaim the physicality of their faith.
The Rev. Dr. Lillian Daniel, senior minister of First Congregational Church of Glen Ellyn, IL, talks with host Peter Wallace about the unique statement of beliefs her church offers, her calling, how to reach youth, her book on testimony in the church, and other topics of faith and life.
The Rev. Charles L. FIscher III, director of alumni, annual fund, and church relations at Virginia Theological Seminary, talks with Peter Wallace about his background and ministry and various issues of seminary education today.
Author, speaker, and scholar of American religion and culture Diana Butler Bass talks with Day1 host Peter Wallace about the study of contemporary history and the future of the church.
The Rev. Benjamin Anthony talks with Day1 host Peter Wallace about his ministry with youth and how the church can deal with youth culture.
In an extended interview with host Peter Wallace, the Rev. Mark Sargent talks about progressive theology and its practical implications for Christian communities. He also explores the concept of religious wounding and how churches can address it.
In this Day1 Podcast Extra, the Rev. Dr. Scott Black Johnston talks to Day1 host Peter Wallace about the contemporary role of a preacher, the current economic crisis and its impact on churches and members, pop culture and theology, and coping with fear and change.
Sarah Winsett Wiles talks with host Peter Wallace about the purpose and process of the David H. C. Read Preacher/Scholar Award program sponsored by Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church, which she received in 2008. She also talks about her spiritual journey and offers insights on how the church can reach young people today.
The Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori is the 26th Presiding Bishop and Primate of The Episcopal Church.
Rev. Dr. Ozzie Smith discusses the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Trinity UCC in Chicago, Prophetic role of the church in the state and Dr. Martin Luther Kings vision of the church in society.
The Rev. Timothy Boggess sits down with Peter Wallace and discusses the diversity and culture he has seen as he has traveled for the church. Discusses the difference between large communities and small, and his current church in Atlanta.
The Rev. Dr. William J. Carl sits down with our host, Peter Wallace, and discusses the life of a seminary president and coming up with a modern mission statement, also his writing career and his future.
The Rev. Dr. Nora Tubbs Tisdale discusses women in preaching, cultural anthropology and her view of the Church in society. Day1 Podcast Extra Interview with host Peter Wallace
The Rev. Cleophus Larue discusses his calling, his early work as a reporter, and the African American church.
Julie Pennington-Russell discusses the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and its relationship with the Southern Baptist denomination and women in the church.