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Inverse Podcast belongs to the ones who are disatisfied with the Bible being used to justify hatred.

Inverse Podcast Jarrod McKenna & Drew Hart

    • Christianity
    • 5.0, 87 Ratings

Inverse Podcast belongs to the ones who are disatisfied with the Bible being used to justify hatred.

    Dr. Reggie Williams - Bonhoeffer’s Black Jesus & BLM

    Dr. Reggie Williams - Bonhoeffer’s Black Jesus & BLM

    As you can hear from Drew and Jarrod’s excitement, they loved this episode. Dr. Reggie Williams is a legend. His book “Bonhoeffer’s Black Jesus: Harlem Renaissance Theology and an Ethic of Resistance” is an award winning work reconsidering the shape of Dietrich Bonhoeffer resistance to the Nazi’s through the influence of his experience of the Black Church tradition in America. In short Dr. Reggie Williams makes clear Eric Metaxis full of skubala and you can’t understand Bonhoeffer without situating his witness as a wrestle with the Powers of white supremacy.

    • 1 hr 42 min
    Dr Randy Woodley: An Indigenous Vision of Creator Christ

    Dr Randy Woodley: An Indigenous Vision of Creator Christ

    Theologian Dr Randy Woodley is a Keetoowah Cherokee First Nations elder, University professor, author and leader. He generously invites us to decolonise our Christology by seeing Christ as Creator, decolonise our understanding of the ‘kingdom’ by seeing it as the healing of the ‘community of creation’, and to decolonise our economics by taking Jesus’ Jubilee program seriously.

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Praise & Protest- Common Hymnal’s Brittney Spencer and Malcolm du Plessis

    Praise & Protest- Common Hymnal’s Brittney Spencer and Malcolm du Plessis

    Brittney Spencer is a songwriter-singer who sung and recorded with United Pursuit, Carrie Underwood, Carl Thomas, Jason Nelson and Twinkie Clark of The Clark Sisters, to name a few. While working as a minister of music at a progressive historic Black Church (AME) in Baltimore, Brittney was exposed to the role of culture in music, religion and much of her life’s experiences that led to her storytelling finding expression as part of the Common Hymnal family since 2016.

    Malcolm du Plessis has been relentless in calling others into the decolonising of the worship movement and for doors of dignity to be unlocked for more communities and ethnicities to contribute toward the ‘common’ hymnal. Malcolm has straddled the worlds of prophetic Christianity and showbiz for over thirty years initially as an instigator of multi-ethnic, multi-lingual worship that fused praise and protest in the apartheid era of his native South Africa. “I moved from one South Africa to another” and now in the USA Malcolm continues to lead as mentor to a new generation in activists and artists helping develop top 40 songwriters.

    You can see more about Common Hymnal here: commonhymnal.com
    The song playing at the end of this episode is called Rose Petals. Visit their Youtbe channel here to see more: https://youtu.be/P-3KikfQo_E

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    • 1 hr 48 min
    Ps Mike McBride: #BlackLivesMatter feat. Flewnt

    Ps Mike McBride: #BlackLivesMatter feat. Flewnt

    Pastor Michael McBride is a nationally respected faith leader who was active in the Ferguson uprisings and many subsequent uprisings including this current global #BlackLivesMatter moment. “Pastor Mike” as he’s affectionately know on this streets, helps bridge, train and support millennials and religious institutions working on racial justice and black liberation. He has been a frequent contributor to the New York Times, The Washington Post, MSNBC, CNN, The Huffington Post and many other media outlets providing commentary on issues related to faith and racial justice.

    In 2016 he was appointed as an Advisor on President Obama’s Faith Based Advisory Council for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. His leadership includes the movement to implement public health and community centered gun violence prevention programs. The campaigns that he has co-led have contributed to 30-50% reductions of gun related homicides in Oakland, CA, Stockton, CA, Camden, NJ, Baton Rouge, LA, and many other cities across the country.
    He is the Founder and Lead Pastor of The Way Church in Berkeley, CA. He also serves as the Director of Faith in Action’s LIVE FREE gun violence prevention campaign. He is a Co-Founder of the Black Church PAC and the National Black Brown Gun Violence Prevention Consortium, which works to center black and brown gun violence prevention practitioners and scale up life-saving interventions related to urban and communal violence.

    Website: pastormikemcbride.com

    Twitter: @impastormike_

    Follow Flewnt here: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1Z7NTJcWCg7WUuVLVxK9SW?si=n7BjzmgAQN6vKF0OT5MSIA

    • 57 min
    #BLM & ‘A Hidden Life’ w Brian Zahnd and John Dear

    #BLM & ‘A Hidden Life’ w Brian Zahnd and John Dear

    With our friends Brian Zahnd and Nobel Peace prize nominee John Dear we discuss this moment, Terrence Malick’s new film ‘An Hidden Life’ and the witness of Franziska and Franz Jägerstätter. Before our discussion we hear from the streets of #BlackLivesMatter protests, this time from long term Aboriginal activist, Aunty Esther Montgomery on “everyone has a role to play” in this moment. With special thanks to www.peacockvisuals.com who made the short film found on our YouTube channel.

    Desmond Tutu nominated Rev John Dear for the Nobel Peace Prize for his tireless work for justice and peace. He is the author/editor of 30 books, including The Nonviolent Life, Lazarus Come Forth!, A Persistent Peace, Put Down Your Sword, Transfiguration, You Will Be My Witnesses, Living Peace, The Questions of Jesus and Mohandas Gandhi.

    Pastor Brian Zahnd co-founded with his wife Peri Word of Life Church in Saint Joseph, Missouri, USA and successfully led their large church into a deeper, more ancient expression of of Christian faith that pursues prayerful peacemaking that has become a model for many around the world. Brian is also the author of several books, including, Postcards from Babylon, Sinners in the Hands of a Loving God, Water to Wine, A Farewell To Mars, Beauty Will Save the World, and Unconditional?: The Call of Jesus to Radical Forgiveness.

    Find our videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxWe7PBBVBTfOT0SzcDKEVw

    Join our Integral Discipleship community on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/InVerse

    • 1 hr 7 min
    BLM and “He Ain’t Here! Go Outside!” w Rev. Michael-Ray Mathews & Aunty Donna Nelson

    BLM and “He Ain’t Here! Go Outside!” w Rev. Michael-Ray Mathews & Aunty Donna Nelson

    Our friend Rev Michael-Ray Mathews brings over 30 years of leadership experience – as a senior pastor, grassroots leader, psalmist and community organizer – to his exploration of Mark 16:1-8 and tells us “Jesus ain’t in the church, get outside!” Rev Michael-Ray is the deputy Director for Faith in Action. We love his Prophetic Resistance Podcast, where he engages leaders in conversations about cultivating communities of sacred resistance to injustice. We start the episode hearing from Aunty Donna Nelson recorded at the Perth #BlackLivesMatter protest where she powerful addressed over 2,000 people calling for global solidarity and for us to connect the dots here in Australia.

    Find Prophetic Resistance Podcast here: https://propheticresistancepodcast.libsyn.com/website

    Visit our Youtube channel to watch some stunning visuals from our good friend Chad Peacock here: http://www.peacockvisuals.com

    Join our Integral Discipleship community on Patreon: patreon.com/InVerse

    • 1 hr 28 min

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