Jude 3 Project

4
Dec

Advent - Special Guest: Truth’s Table

On this episode, Truth's Table discussed their advent devotional, "The King is Coming". Read devotional here: www.jude3project.com/truthstable

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28
Nov

Where Did Cain Find His Wife? - Special Guest: Dr. Keith Plummer

On this episode, Dr. Keith Plummer discussed Cain's wife, incest, and the importance of apologetics.

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13
Nov

Too Woke for Church? - Special Guest: Sho Baraka

On this episode, Sho Baraka discussed wokeness, church attendance, and reconciliation.  

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9
Nov

#MeToo - Special Guest: Dr. Neichelle Guidry

On this episode, Dr. Neichelle Guindry discussed #MeToo and rape culture in the church.

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6
Nov

The African Roots of the Reformation - Special Guest: Dr. David Daniels

On this episode, Dr. David Daniels discussed the African roots of the Reformation.

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30
Oct

The Formation of the Old Testament - Special Guest: Tim Mackie

On this episode, Tim Mackie discussed the formation of the Old Testament. Mackie is the co-founder of the Bible Project.

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23
Oct

Barack Obama vs Black Hebrew Israelites - Special Guest: Vocab Malone

On this episode, Vocab Malone discussed his new book "Barack Obama vs The Black Hebrew Israelites".

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19
Oct

Politics & Protests in a Digital Age - Special Guest: Justin Giboney, Esq.

On this episode, Justin Giboney, Esq. discussed what it means to be "woke", politics, policy, and protest. 

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16
Oct

Bonhoeffer’s Black Jesus - Special Guest: Dr. Reggie Williams

On this episode, Dr. Reggie Williams discussed his book "Bonhoeffer's Black Jesus: Harlem Renaissance Theology and an Ethic of Resistance".

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12
Oct

Rebecca’s Revival - Special Guest: Dr. Jon Sensbach

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."

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