A podcast from the perspective of a young, black, and educated man hailing from Memphis. TN. Infrequent and vital conversations are held to discuss topics that will inform and motivate various listeners in an exceptional manner. This podcast aims to discuss society, culture, and religion in a way that convicts the listener to seek the Elohim of the Bible and forsake the ways of this world.
The Matrix II.
in this episode Emmitt and Tyler discuss how the issues black people face in America can only be fixed by intervention from The Most High alone and not by human works. They dive deep into various dynamics with an emphasis on freeing oneself from sin and getting households back in order; with turning back to Elohim (God) as the ultimate key.
On this episode Emmitt and Tyler discuss the spiritual battle that life is, and how the majority of the world lives a life oblivious to that fact. They use scripture and biblical framework as the foundation of the discussion; as Emmitt introduces his new series on life and the illusions, misconceptions, and perils of it. This will be one of many episodes similar to it as The ET Perspective begins to aim at things from a biblical Christ-like purview.
In this episode, Emmitt and Jaylon discuss how music has evolved over time in the black community. They have an in depth dialogue about how ironically a community that was so deeply rooted in God; transformed into a people embracing a culture rooted in sin and even satanism in a lot of cases.
On this episode, Emmitt and Tyler dive deep into the current state of America and their fellow people. Emmitt expounds on what he feels is deeply rooted in the world as a whole that has fueled the fire that is currently burning; while also providing the only viable solution he sees.
References in this episode: (Song of Solomon 1:5-6, Deuteronomy 28, Zechariah 13:8, Ephesians 6:12, Matthew 6:19, 1 Samuel 8, Matthew 27:25, Matthew 22:21)
As the ET Perspective switches gears in format a little bit; here's an episode out of the vault discussing gang culture in black communities throughout American history. Emmitt is joined by his frat brother and his cousin as the trio have an open and honest discussion about gangs. They all hail from the inner city of Memphis, TN making the dialogue very telling.
Emmitt and Tyler discuss their personal lives in the midst of a lot of chaos and uncertainty. This episode is kickstarted with a brutally honest conversation about Desean Jackson's social media posts and the controversy surrounding them. They then transition to who the actual Israelites of the Bible are before hopping into other current events such as Jada Pinkett, the coronavirus, and the current state of the world.