Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey: Today we’re discussing theology and how the current moment we are in politically and culturally is so much more than just Right vs. Left or Republicans vs. Democrats. On both sides you’ll find professing Christians who don’t actually keep the word of God in their hearts, and this is a […]
Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey: We start today by discussing two high-profile comedians, Dave Chappelle and Joe Rogan, who have and still are experiencing massive fame and success despite what the Left would call their “problematic” opinions. Neither of these comics are willing to bend the knee when it comes to leftist gender ideology, and […]
Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey: Today we’re taking a rest from all the craziness in the news to celebrate 500 episodes of Relatable! We start off by telling the story of how Allie got started in media in the first place, all the way back in 2015 (0:00). Then, we play some of your voicemails […]
Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey: We start off by analyzing and responding to a recent Twitter thread from well-known evangelist Beth Moore, in which she claims that Christians must wear masks to fulfil Jesus’ command to “love thy neighbor.” She also claims that’s not a political statement. However, it’s entirely possible to disagree with both […]
Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey: Today we’re talking to Helen Andrews, senior editor at the American Conservative. Andrews has written a book all about the Baby Boomer generation, aptly titled “Boomers.” We discuss the effect this generation has had on America for both better and worse, and Andrews provides insight on what we can learn […]
Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey: Today we’re talking to the Daily Wire’s Michael Knowles. He has a lot going on right now — a new book and a new baby. We discuss all of the hurdles facing conservative parents right now, as well as the tactics the Left uses to control speech. Political correctness is […]
We start off today’s Q&A episode with this topic, then move on to answering questions about whether it’s important we know what Jesus really looked like and the difference between “intersectionality” and “critical theory.”
Lindsay is one of the most knowledgeable people out there when it comes to critical theory, and his website New Discourses is dedicated to pushing back against woke narratives. Despite the good things that came from the Trump presidency, it also allowed critical race theorists on the left to exploit fear and misinformation, gaining ground in American culture.
Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey: In today’s Q&A we discuss the Enneagram of Personality’s effect on the Church, how we can stay optimistic when there’s so much bad news in the world, and a few more lighthearted questions about food & music. — Today’s Sponsor: Fast Growing Trees helps turn your yard into a paradise! […]
We talk to Kenny Xu, author of “An Inconvenient Minority,” about how the high rate of success among Asian Americans pokes holes in the Left’s narrative about white supremacy in America.