You may have been wondering “What does it take to be a freestyle theologian? What are the skills required to do engaging freestyles for the 21st Century? Well there are two basic requirements for doing good theology (in my opinion). One of them are obvious, however the other might not be so obvious. I’ve alwaysContinue reading “Freestyle Theologians – Men of Issachar”
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Just wanted to make sure people were not sleep’n on Freestyle TV. There are a few videos available to be watched. Also from time to time you can catch live footage provided through the technology of Qik.com and my cell phone. Enjoy the videos and let me know what ya think!
Freestyle TV… tonight
Keep your eye on the Freestyle TV page. Tonight I will capture some live footage of an event called HANG out, which will include Holy Hip Hop performances from local Philly artists. Ill be taking video at various points between 7 and 10pm. Enjoy it live and in freestyle or later at your own convenience.
Finding the Groove: Composing A Jazz-Shaped Faith
I want to make sure that you are not sleeping on a great book that is refreshing and also exemplifies freestyle theology at its best, through the use of Jazz as a metaphor for life. Robert Gelinas’ Finding The Groove: Composing A Jazz-Shaped Faith is one of the most relevant books I have read recentlyContinue reading “Finding the Groove: Composing A Jazz-Shaped Faith”
Michael Eric Dyson freestylin on Hip Hop
If you have not noticed, I have joined the twitter community and have added twitter to the top right hand of my blog as well. Follow me now on twitter under the name Freestylogian and stay up on freestyle in the moment.
Want the desktop web browsing experience on your smart phone? You are going to want to cop skyfire then! I’ve had it for almost a year now in beta form. It allows you to watch videos, its blazing fast, and it is like surfing the web on your regular computer. Oh, did I mention thatContinue reading “Freestyle Browsing”
Reading Jesus in the OT Part 2
“Come now, let’s kill him and throw him into one of these cisterns and say that a ferocious animal devoured him. Then we’ll see what comes of his dreams.” When Reuben heard this, he tried to rescue him from their hands. “Let’s not take his life,” he said. “Don’t shed any blood. Throw him intoContinue reading “Reading Jesus in the OT Part 2”
Reading Jesus in the OT Part 1
Luke 24:27 “And beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, he explained to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning himself.” Seems as though, Jesus suggests that the Law and the Prophets point to him, refer to him, and concern him. Freestyle with me… What are your favorite Old Testament passages in whichContinue reading “Reading Jesus in the OT Part 1”
“Cotton Candy” Christians
Timothy Brindle once said… “What the deal with Cotton Candy Christians Who demand blessings but can’t stand afflictions Compared to other things they barely love the King Wanna be like Christ but not share in sufferings”