Social Justice is the Gospel

We are back! To kick off season 3, we are addressing The Statement on Social Justice & the Gospel signed by John MacArthur and thousands of other faith leaders. We discuss some of the affirmations and denials contained in the statement, how and why a statement like this is made in the year of our […]

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This Is Kanye

To kick off Mental Health Awareness Month, we discuss why Kanye’s issues are his choice. We ask if what Mr. West is portraying aligns with Free Thought, how information is properly sourced, and why these comments are exceptionally uninformed. The blame for Kanye is placed on a lot of people. It’s time for Kanye to […]

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Put Some Respeck on Haiti and Africa

There was a lot of discussion around disparaging comments about Haiti, African countries, and El Salvador. The language isn’t coded anymore. Do we prefer this level of honesty or the traditional coded versions? This week, we’re talking dog whistles, Aristotle, Shakespeare, Climate Theory, and how the view of darkskin as undesirable evolved. We tie all […]

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Truth to Power (w/Amera Bee)

  This week we’re visited by one of the Faith Uncut group administrators, Amera Bee. Amera guides us through the various power structures affecting our churches and communities, how they impact different groups, navigating those dynamics.

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The New Civil Rights Movement (Pt. 1)

This week we’re exploring the similarities between the Civil Rights Movement of the 50s and 60s and the new Civil Rights Era we believe we are currently living. We discuss segregation, gentrification, leadership, legislation, and justice as we try to forecast how we believe our generation will fare in our fight. Join us!

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Extended Cut – Living While Black

In this Extended Cut, we’re discussing some of the daily things that must be considered when living while black. It’s all on the table; interacting with police, fashion choices, code switching, and we even get into one of the types of black privilege. We also had an ally sign up for more than we’re doing […]

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Richard Rohr on White Privilege

White privilege is largely hidden from our eyes if we are white. Why? Because it is structural instead of psychological, and we tend to interpret most things in personal, individual, and psychological ways. Since we do not consciously have racist attitudes or overt racist behavior, we kindly judge ourselves to be open minded, egalitarian, “liberal,” […]

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