On this episode, Justin Giboney, Esq. discussed what it means to be "woke", politics, policy, and protest.
On this episode, Dr. Reggie Williams discussed his book "Bonhoeffer's Black Jesus: Harlem Renaissance Theology and an Ethic of Resistance".
On this episode, Dr. Jon Sensbach discussed the life and work of Rebecca Protten. Rebecca was a "Caribbean woman—a slave turned evangelist—who helped inspire the rise of black Christianity in the Atlantic world. All but unknown today, Rebecca Protten left an enduring influence on African-American religion and society. Born in 1718, Protten had a childhood conversion experience, gained her freedom from bondage, and joined a group of German proselytizers from the Moravian Church. She embarked on an itinerant mission, preaching to hundreds of the enslaved Africans of St. Thomas, a Danish sugar colony in the West Indies. Laboring in obscurity and weathering persecution from hostile planters, Protten and other black preachers created the earliest African Protestant congregation in the Americas."
On this episode, Dr. Cynthia James discussed the importance of biblical literacy.
On this episode, Dr. Walter Strickland discussed the life of Charles Octavius Boothe and the book Plain Theology for Plain People.
On this episode, Dr. Vince Bantu discussed Anthony Lamar Smith, Jason Stockley and St. Louis.
On this episode, Dr. Fazale Rana discussed whether or not carbon dating disproves the bible.
On this episode, Dr. John Swinton discussed the theology of disability. He also talked about dementia, autism, suicide, mental illness, and soteriology.
On this episode, Jimmy Butts discussed the Nation of Islam and the claim that the black man is God.