Joining us today to talk about conservative Christianity and racial identity in the segregation era is historian Daniel Bare. We talk about the fundamentalist tradition in the early twentieth century and why the influence of the black church was lost during this period. For a sample, read his article in Christianity Today entitled The Uneasy Conscience of Black Fundamentalism and check out the review of his book from historian Thomas Kidd.   

Learn more about Daniel in his bio for Texas A&M and on Twitter via @Daniel_Bare. But, most importantly, buy his book today through NYU Press.


Finally, JOIN US this October in San Antonio for the CLS National Conference. This year’s event will feature Lee Strobel, Ruth Okediji, James K.A. Smith, and Laudir Lugo. Register today.


Episode produced by Josh Deng, with music from Vexento.