Tony Campolo and Shane Claiborne host Across the Pond, a radio program aired in the UK on Premier Radio ( You can subscribe to the Red Letter Christians podcast in iTunes, in Soundcloud, or keep up with us here.

Kent talks with Shane and Tony about his recently released “Slow Kingdom Coming” and practices that can form us into people of justice and mercy for the long haul.

Shane recently released Executing Grace: How the Death Penalty Killed Jesus and Why It’s Killing Us. In this episode, Tony and Shane grapple with the radical nature of God’s boundless grace.

Jeremy Courtney, founder of Preemptive Love, called into the studio to discuss the work of Preemptive Love in Iraq in the midst of ISIS and terror. “The world is scary as hell, love anyway.”

Tony and Shane discuss the movements of the Holy Spirit, and the surprising ways the Spirit leads, heals and brings life.

What does everyday peacemaking look like in our daily lives? Shane and Tony chat with Jon Huckins of the Global Immersion Project about his work, and how we can follow Jesus’ commandment to be peacemakers.

With the string of Anti-LGBTQ and bathroom bill legislation in the US, Tony and Shane talk about what is really important.


Tony and Shane talk to Brandan Robertson, author of Nomad: A Spirituality for Traveling Light. Brandan shares his thoughts on what millennials long for in the Church, and Church partnerships with the LGBTQ community.


Part II of our interview with Rabbi Adlerstein. Shane and Tony chat with the Rabbi about Christian misunderstandings of the Hebrew Bible, and the common ground between our Christian and Jewish faith.


In this discussion with Teresa Pasquale Mateus, Shane and Tony talk about the wounds we receive in life and in the church, and how those wounds can be healing for us and others.


What role should Government play in the lives of Christians? Shane and Tony take a crack at this question in this week’s episode of Across the Pond.


Shane recently re-released The Irresistible Revolution on its 10th Birthday! The boys discuss the revolution after 10 years – what’s changed and what remains the same.


Shane and Tony discuss the ISIS attacks in Brussels and continuing extremism around world – including political extremism here in the United States.

Shane and Tony interviewed Dr. William Barber, president of the NAACP in North Carolina, about his book The Third Reconstruction and the Moral Movement in North Carolina.


Shane and Tony discuss the Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump and the political phenomena that has led to his rise.