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Not your Daddy's Christian Talk Show. Subversive Radio blows the lid on Churchianity as we know it.

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Join us as we speak with Justo Gonzalez, author of "Faith and Wealth" and "The Story of Christianity" about the early Christian church and what they can teach us about faith, worship, fellowship, service, and following Jesus.
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On-Demand Episodes

Jesus handed us the most powerful force in the universe: Agape Love. Now what?

It's Shishkamunga Rock-and-Roll time! We're getting the band back together! At least on the podcast, anyway. Join host/former Arrival vocalist Keith Giles along with at least a handful of these Arrival band-mates: *J.J. Plasencio... more

Join Al Baker and Keith Giles as they continue their conversation about Constantine: *The validity of his conversion *His influence on the modern church structure, doctrine, practice, etc.

The world is insane. The sky is falling. Violence and chaos seem to rule. What now?

A round table discussion about House Church misconceptions and realities.

Join our host Keith Giles as he interviews Christian Historian Al Baker. Keith and Al will take different sides in the discussion about Constantine's influence on the Christian faith, as well as the legitmacy of his conversion experience and his... more

Why House Church isn't preparation for the End Times Persecution of the Church.

Dan Notti knows a lot more about Christian Community than anyone I know. Listen in as Dan and I discuss his ongoing blog and workshop called "Authentic Community" to learn more about what Christians can do to encourage true... more

Kent Williamson is the director of several documentary films, including "Rebellion of Thought" and his latest, "Stained Glass Rainbows" which looks at the issue of homosexuality and the Christian church. Join Keith Giles as he talks to Kent... more

Dr. Thomas Crisp (Biola) is co-founder of Pacifist Fight Club and the Dorothy Day Society at Biola University. Join us as we talk about how Jesus and Gandhi can teach us to love our enemy and practice radical nonviolence.