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Q educates and equips Christians to engage our cultural moment. Our method of learning is simple: exposure, conversation and collaboration. Listen to the Q Podcast to learn, explore and consider how you can be faithful in our cultural context.

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Missed Opportunity

When I listened to Episode 000, I was so excited that an intentionally diverse group of Christians gathered to have a conversation about how to engage culture regarding issues of race. I'm disappointed that a similar approach wasn't used for the following episodes about how to engage culture regarding issues of sexuality.

Imagine if Episode 000 had been designed like the other episodes. We would have listened to Christians with one perspective discuss their own ideas and comment on sound bites from Christians with other perspectives, without actually engaging in a conversation.

Q is about staying curious, thinking well, and advancing good. The best way to engage "The Gay Conversation" would be to gather an intentionally diverse group of Christians in terms of gender identity and sexual orientation. These believers would be able to listen to one another (stay curious), learn from one another (think well), and see one another as brothers and sisters with a shared identity in Christ and a shared mission to build the kingdom of God (advance good).

Great information

Learning more every episode. Glad these guys are trying to see both sides.

I wish it were more of a conversation.

Q is trying to engage with important topics of our day and have a meaningful conversation about them, which I applaud. However, the first couple of episodes about “The Gay Conversation” have been fairly one sided in terms of people holding the traditional view of sexuality vs. and affirming view. I appreciate the hosts using several clips of voices from theologians, non-theologians, pastors, etc, but I find that these clips often too short and I feel they may run the risk of being taken out of context. In episode 3, about theology regarding “The Gay Conversation” I think that it would have been helpful to have had someone in studio or on a call who could explain the affirming view. I don’t think that it was explained as thoroughly and robustly as it should have been. It was very disappointing to me. I came to this hoping to hear a conversation on both sides and left hearing a pretty one sided affair. I hope this improves down the line.

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