The DBC Podcast

Welcome to the official website and blog of The DBC Podcast, a weekly chat show that examines how to live out the principles of Scripture and engage our modern culture.

It is not uncommon in many churches today for the word resurrection to come across as just another one of those Christian-ese words that has lost all meaning, or even for the concept of resurrection to be glossed over as little more than a happy-accident epilogue of the Jesus story. But if you read the New Testament, […]

In episode 44 of the podcast, Allen Taliaferro (DBC’s Outreach Pastor) said something very simple, yet very profound, regarding why Christians should study Church History in addition to our Bibles. “We stand on the faith of our ancestors.” In this second installment of our Church History “suite” of episodes, we see all the more remarkably how […]

Whatever your views may be on the current state of race relations in America, you would probably agree that a lot of people still struggle to perceive just how deeply significant the issue of racism is, or at least are not confident to engage in open, honest discussion about racial issues with people different from them. […]

What do you think of when someone says the word “worship”? Do you think of a stuffy church service in an austere sanctuary or chapel? Do you think of a huge arena filled with raised hands and squealing guitars? Or, do you think of sitting at your desk crafting a poem, twirling your body in […]

Have you made any New Year’s resolutions for 2017? If so, how’s it going? Did you know most studies show a 75% failure rate by the time February 1 rolls around? Depressing, huh? But what if there is more to embracing the new year than stereotypical self-improvement? What would happen if Christians seized this blank […]

Have you ever stopped to consider why we keep so many Christmas traditions year after year? From lights and decorations, to ornaments and gifts, to Santa Claus and Nativity scenes, to family gatherings and elaborate meals, why do we feel the need to participate in so many of these seemingly integral activities? And what exactly […]