Dialogue, Division, & Cultural Issues
Scroll down for some of my blog posts on this topic. In addition:
- My book Talking Across the Divide offers in-depth advice on handling differing worldviews in a polarized culture.
- You can bring me to speak to your group on dialogue, diversity, and disagreement.
- Additional posts on politics and sensitive issues are available as an exclusive to my Patreon patrons.
- Posts on faith and LGBTQ issues are on their own page.
Dialogue is important, but how can you tell the difference between people who sincerely want to understand you and those who just want to waste your time?
Worried about our culture? Here are some new videos and podcast episodes on how we can deal with the scary divisions we’re seeing.
Here’s a new short video about what to do when you find yourself in a disagreement but don’t want to lose a friend.
I’ve been speaking to live audiences for years, most recently on topics like why America is so politically and socially polarized and how each of us can help change that. With the current pandemic, though, I haven’t been able to speak to in-person audiences. So I’ve developed several webinars and virtual talks for a variety…
A quirky video I made about the pandemic-era Nintendo game that actually might have something to teach us.
In case you missed it, here’s the second episode of my ongoing series on how to change people’s attitudes toward the issues you care about.
Although I’m most well known for my work at the intersection of LGBTQ issues and Christianity, my recent book Talking Across the Divide is about how to handle all sorts of difficult issues. So I’ve just launched the first video in a new series, Changing Minds 101, which will give you short, bite-sized tips for changing…
I really enjoyed this interview…
Here it is! The free, downloadable study guide for Talking Across the Divide is now available. Talking Across the Divide, of course, is my new book from Penguin Random House about why our culture is so polarized and what we can do about it—filled with specific, practical tips for talking to the people you find it…
I’ve been doing a bunch of interviews this week to promote my new book, Talking Across the Divide. One of them was with NPR member station KERA and their show “THINK.”