Meet the staff in charge of making The Thinker Sensitive Podcast a success. If you support our mission, please consider making a donation to our non-profit organization by clicking the giving link on the page below.
About Our Podcast
The first step toward living with “deep differences” is creating and supporting space where honest discussion can occur between people who think differently. At Thinker Sensitive, we are concerned with what we call the “shrinking public square” or the lack of space where the civil exchange of ideas can take place in order to advance the public good. Thinker Sensitive is committed to providing such a space through events that include open forums, lectures, conferences, podcast interviews, and more.
The Thinker Sensitive Podcast exists to engage tough topics to help our listeners think reasonably about the ideas that matter most. The show offers podumentary seasons, comprised of episodes that address specific aspects of a main topic, like socialism or recreational marijuana. We also produce individual interviews and informative monologues for our segments titled, “Ask a Professor” and “City Builder.” We hope to model civility, honest inquiry, and good reasoning to facilitate valuable dialogue concerning life’s most important questions and topics.
In the post-truth era, it has become increasingly important for defenders of what is true and good to speak up, and to argue well for the truth with civility. Truth seekers and truth tellers from all walks of life frequent our show to grapple with issues and ideas posing a challenge to our culture and way of life. We hope that you listen to the podcast with the intent to be challenged, to learn, and to join a conversation with those who think differently than you.
Chad is the show’s host and the Lead Pastor of University Assembly. After receiving his masters in apologetics and ethics from Denver Seminary, he launched Thinker Sensitive to help restore America’s shrinking public square. Chad is a senior fellow at The Gordon Lewis Center for Christian Thought and Culture at Denver Seminary.
Tyler is the show’s producer and the Communications Director for University Assembly. Tyler is responsible for recording, editing, and distributing the podcast throughout the web. He helps direct content and the direction of the show.
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