For today’s podcast, we did something a little different. I talked with four TGC editors about their jobs and what they’ve learned in 2016. I hope these conversations will give you better insight both into our editorial processes and into us as fallible people who nonetheless seek to be faithful, with God’s help.
The Gospel Coalition has no central office, so our editorial staff is spread around the country. I live in Birmingham, Alabama, and I talked via Skype first with Bethany Jenkins, director of TGC’s Every Square Inch, in New York City. After that I spoke with one of our newest editors, Jason Cook, a pastor in Memphis. Joe Carter talked with me from his home in Virginia about the 2016 election, and I talked with Matt Smethurst in Louisville about one of our most controversial articles from 2016.
Mentioned in this podcast:
- The Most Revolutionary Thing a Woman Can Do by Bethany Jenkins
- Sisters, Jesus Is Not Your Cheerleader by Melissa Kruger
- Turning 40 While Single and Childless by Bethany Jenkins
- The Southern City that Lies Forgotten by Jason Cook
- A Controversial Article and What We Can Learn by Jason Cook, Isaac Adams, and Jemar Tisby
- Is Black Lives Matter the New Civil Rights Movement? by Mika Edmondson
- Ugly Stain, Beautiful Hope: My Response to Mika Edmondson by Albert Mohler
You can listen to this episode of The Gospel Coalition podcast here.