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Witchcraft

How do you turn an Easter episode about witchcraft into a lesson of love? Like this!

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Saving the World: Ecotheology

To celebrate the upcoming 49th anniversary of Earth Day, Mike and Amera are diving into how Christianity has informed the way we view the planet. They take a look at how some of those views may be changing, through the lens of Ecotheology. We have one planet and there are multiple movements working to save […]

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Ida B. Wells-Barnett w/Nicki Mayo

Award winning journalist Nicki Mayo joins us this week as close out Women’s History Month with a discussion of one of the most prolific investigative journalists ever, Ms. Ida B. Wells-Barnett. Wells-Barnett was solely responsible for bringing attention to the injustices committed against black Americans through her Anti-Lynching campaign. Join us as we take a […]

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Biblical Literalism

Reading the bible literally seems to create more problems than it solves. Why is the bible read literally? When did it start? Is this required? Mike and Amera walk through the history, reasons, and impact of biblical literalism. We may have more options than we think. 

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The Problem of Evil & Suffering

If God is so powerful and good, why does evil exist? Mike and Amera tackle this age old question. What does our answers about this say about God? This discussion looks at how other religions answer the question and explores the idea of a relational God. Do not miss this one!

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What Do We Do With The Bible?

The Bible is the most debated book in history. It has been used for both tremendous good and evil. Mike and Amera ask what is this book? How are we supposed to use it? 

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When Black Women Lead

To kick off Women’s History Month, we’re looking at what happens when black women lead. There are so many opportunities to see more of this coming up so we’re discussing how black women have led, tackle some of the ridiculous arguments we’ve heard, and why it may be time to see more of this. 

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Faith Stories: DJ Blackshah

We have a very special guest this week to continue our Faith Stories series. We’re joined by The Brown Liquor Report’s founder and our brother DJ Blackshah. He has a story to tell and you won’t want to miss it! This story has plot twists. Blackshah shares his faith journey with us and it is […]

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Let’s Talk About Malcolm X

This week, we’re discussing one of the more complicated figures in Black history. Malcolm X is complex because he was a full human being with a fully fleshed out lived experience. Like all of us, that experience contributed to who he was. But who was Malcolm, really? And is it ok to include him in […]

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Black Faith in America

To continue our Black History Month focus on black culture, we take a walk through the different facets of black faith in America. We discuss Christianity, Islam, African Spirituality, and Non-Religious faith. We’re covering their roots, their impact, and how they are each woven into the fabric of our culture. Beyonce, Crips, and Langston Hughes […]

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