Theology Unplugged is a weekly broadcast of Reclaiming The Mind Ministries
How Did We Get Here - A History of Thought Leading to the Black Lives Matter Movement - Part 3
Listen in as Michael, Clint and Carrie continue to discuss the history of thought that has led up to the Black Lives Matter movement.
How Did We Get Here - A History of Thought Leading to the Black Lives Matter Movement - Part 2
Listen in as Michael, Clint and Carrie discuss the history of thought that has led up to the Black Lives Matter movement. In this episode, they discuss how Marxist ideology impacted the Frankfurt School and subsequently entered into American academia.
How Did We Get Here - A History of Thought Leading to the Black Lives Matter Movement
Listen in as Michael, Clint and Carrie discuss the history of thought that has led up to the Black Lives Matter movement. In this episode, they discuss an overview of Karl Marx and what led to the development of his ideology.
George Floyd, Systemic Racism and the Christian Response
Listen in as Michael, Clint and Carrie discuss the recent issues surrounding the killing of George Floyd, systemic racism and the Christian response to it all
Why Don't We Kill Ourselves?
Again, Michael is all alone. This time he is ranting and raving (I guess) about why we don't kill ourselves. It may seem like an odd question, but think about it. If heaven and perfection is on the other side of the door, why don't we opt out of this hard life filled with tragedy and pain? This is also a good session for those who are thinking about suicide. Enjoy!
Michael Patton goes solo here as he combines his new "Camaro Theologian" found on YouTube. During this broadcast he speaks to his frustration in teaching theology when it excites pride and arrogance. You can find "Camaro Theologian" just by searching YouTube. There, the entire video is available.
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Calvinist to the core
If you want a one-sided, weak defense for Calvinism, check in here. Other theological topics are distorted in the light of this doctrine.
Church Racism at its finest
If you are looking for unbalanced and dismissive Fox News narratives being spouted from a group who refuse to look beyond the scope of the white evangelical church well look no further. This is racism and totalitarianism disguised as theological discussion. One of the host even referred to Japanese people as”Japs”. Yee haw!!!
Overall the credo folks do a nice job explaining and making academic theological information accessible to regular people. I have a very special place in my heart for Michael and his desire to share seminary style info with the masses.
The negative comments in other reviews are lame. I figure the comments must be from bitter theology students who spent too much time and money going to seminary in hopes of rising to power but in the end becoming resentful insurance salesmen, school teachers and security guards (bless their hearts). Use your theological information to help people grow i.e. start a ministry or take care of orphans and widows or something useful.