This is a podcast where John Mark Comer and Mark Sayers talk about whatever Mark Sayers has been thinking about lately, and it’s amazing. Listening to this podcast helped me to process my time at Duke and the culture shock of years of bouncing between the Bible Belt of the American South, the Bible Belt of sub-Saharan Africa and the highly secular microcosm of Duke’s campus. They explore characteristics of “pre-Christian, Christian and post-Christian societies” and talk about how secularization leads people to embrace the “political religions”. I highly recommend. Here’s the link.