I recently started inching through J. Kameron Carter’s book Race: A Theological Account. I’ve found him to be an extremely insightful scholar and theologian as he discusses the origins of racial classification through a theological framing. He’s a heavy weight, but I promise his insights are worth it. Here is a video of him giving a lecture a Columbia, let me know what ya think.
What a great album… I’ve been jamming to it all week, and it keeps getting better. I’ve always liked John Legend, and will definitely have love for Philly’s Roots crew… but the combination together is right on point, in this socially conscious fuse of soul, hip hop, and gospel. It’s time to Wake Up!
My latest sermon entitled “You Are Wretched, Pitiful, Poor, Blind, and Naked” is available for download through the GOGF ministries server. You can download it here, let me know what you think. It is a 460MB sized file, in WMV file format. Enjoy, and let me know what ya think about it after you get a chance to listen.
Just got a new Chic-Fil-A restaurant in our neighborhood (really on the edge of the city, but momma always said beggars can’t be choosers!). Stopped in for lunch, and it was banging as always. Here is a funny chic-fil-a video a friend sent me in honor of our new fast food joint!
I’ve been wondering what a post-colonial church would look like. What would it look like if Christian communities freed themselves from western cultural captivity. Any thoughts?