Dr. James Lee and Laura Pritchard during a round-table interview on the Antioch Podcast.

The majority of the Antioch Podcast’s episodes are what we call “round-table” conversations where a group of Christian anti-racist leaders gather to talk together.  These conversations are vulnerable examples of the kinds of conversations we believe churches need to have to enable us all to worship well together as the diverse body of Christ.  Equity, structural racism, the theology of social justice, and the history of racism and anti-racism are just some of the regular topics we talk about as a multiethnic panel.

“This podcast is amazing. 
It inspires deep thought in me regularly and teaches me things every time I listen.”
 – Apple Podcast Reviewer


Author and Activist Mark Charles, delivering a presentation on the Doctrine of Discovery, later featured on the Antioch Podcast.

From time to time we invite nationally-recognized Christian anti-racist leaders to come on the Antioch Podcast and share their thoughts with us through interviews or pre-recorded presentations.

A few of our past guests have been Sandra Maria Van Opstal, Mark Charles, Ekemini Uwan, Dr. John Lee, Jemar Tisby, Dr. Christina Edmondson, Adam Edgerly, Dr. David Daniels III among others.

“This podcast = topics I am constantly thinking about put in conversational format with great guests.” 
– Apple Podcast Reviewer


The Antioch Podcast is collaborating with Calvin University to produce a number of episodes from Calvin’s “Story Tables” events where diverse storytellers share their personal stories of bridging racial divides, centered around a unifying theme.  You won’t want to miss a single one of these special upcoming episodes!