Each week on BEYOND WORDS with Dr. William Campbell, we are excited to host a new guest and learn from their expertise on themes like science, theology, parenting, and philosophy — all from a decidedly Biblical perspective. In the coming weeks we will be interviewing the following guests listed below. We welcome you to join us by listening to the live broadcast every Monday morning at 10:05 EST, or by downloading a podcast.

July 24

Kelly KapicEmbodied Hope  |  Kelly Kapic
We all suffer. But how many of us carry a hope in our hearts that can light our paths? What understanding or changes in our lives can help to ignite such a hope in the midst of the challenges and trials we face almost daily? Kelly Kapic, professor of theological studies at Covenant College shares insights based on his book Embodied Hope. Listen, learn, and live with the hope that is rightfully yours as God’s child.  |  Link

July 31

Casey TygrettBecoming Curious  |  Casey Tygrett
Curiosity drives young children to ask questions through which they develop their understanding, and Jesus tells us that we must become like children to enter the Kingdom of Heaven. Have you lost your curiosity? Author Casey Tygrett has ideas to help us become curious once again. He is a pastor and spiritual director, and loves to ask questions. He writes, “When we make curiosity a spiritual practice, we open up to new ways of knowing God and knowing ourselves as well.”  |  Link

Aug 7

Michael McClymondUniversalism  |  Michael McClymond
Are there many paths to heaven? Will everyone get there? Universalism, the belief that everyone will make it to heaven is becoming rather popular in our day. And no wonder — it fits with the cultural idea of a God who is completely loving, even to the neglect of divine justice. Michael McClymond has spent years researching this topic and recently published a comprehensive evaluation. Tune in to learn about his conclusions and how they impact our lives. Mike is professor of Modern Christianity in the Department of Theological Studies at Saint Louis University. His insights will inspire your faith and challenge you to live faithfully.  |  Link

Aug 14

Michael McClymondGender Issues  |  Michael McClymond
The gender confusion in our day is impacting everyone, from the university professor to the middle school student. People tend to either avoid this topic or to argue about it. Rare is the person who researches what is behind it. Mike McClymond, author of numerous groundbreaking academic studies and books, takes on this difficult topic to give listeners deep insights for today. He earned his PhD from the University of Chicago and uses his research to help Christians live more like Christ.  |  Link

Aug 21

David ArthurSet Free  |  David Arthur
Few topics are more controversial and confusing in our day than sexuality. Facebook offers 51 gender options. But is sexuality really that fluid, or is it fixed? David Arthur lived as a transgendered person for years, and infected untold numbers of partners with the AIDS virus. He was on his deathbed, wracked with disease and shame, when God stepped in. His story and insights can bring each of us much needed clarity around this divisive issue.  |  Link

Aug 28

Ken WytsmaThe Myth of Equality  |  Ken Wytsma
Racism made its mark on our national history all the way through the days of the Spanish conquistadors, the removal of Native Americans, the importation of slaves, and beyond. Have we overcome racism in our day? Ken Wytsma believes we still have some work to do and he has ideas to get us started. Ken is founder of The Justice Conference and president of Kilns College.  |  Link