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10 minutes | Nov 11, 2022
NWN: Black Church Politics and White Evangelical Hypocrisy
White Evangelical churches can do it, but Black churches can't? In the Nov. 6 episode of “News With Nicola,” host Nicola A. Menzie takes a look at a news item related to Jamal Bryant, pastor of New Birth Missionary Church in Stonecrest, Georgia, and at the general issue of churches and pastors getting politically involved during election season.
26 minutes | Sep 19, 2022
KevOnStage and MrsKevOnStage Talk Sex, Therapy, and Marriage
KevOnStage and Mrs. KevOnStage talk about themes explored in their book, “Marriage Be Hard: 12 Conversations to Keep You Laughing, Loving, and Learning with Your Partner.” Faithfully Magazine contributor Chanté Griffin serves as guest host of this Faithfully Podcast episode, recorded in September 2022.
40 minutes | Aug 7, 2022
'Truth's Table' Hosts Talk Centering Black Women In Book
Podcast hosts Ekemini Uwan and Christina Edmondson discuss their book, "Truth's Table: Black Women's Musings on Life, Love, and Liberation" with Faithfully Magazine Associate Editor Timothy Isaiah Cho. The "Truth’s Table" book is described as “a collection of essays and stories documenting the lived theology and spirituality we need to hear in order to lean into a more freeing, loving, and liberating faith…” Learn more at faithfullymagazine.com. (Originally recorded March 2022)
51 minutes | May 7, 2022
'God Is A Black Woman' With Christena Cleveland
Dr. Christena Cleveland, author and public theologian, talks with Managing Editor Nicola A. Menzie about her latest book, “God Is a Black Woman.” In “God Is a Black Woman,” Cleveland shares her painful yet liberating journey of confronting what she calls “whitemalegod” and recounts how she learned to embrace the Sacred Black Feminine. She introduces readers to a Black Female God who is the complete opposite of the oppressive and controlling god fashioned and favored by white patriarchal Christianity. Learn more at faithfullymagazine.com.
27 minutes | Apr 24, 2022
Alicia Akins on Biblical Feasts, 'Invitations To Abundance' Book
Alicia Akins talks about her latest book, "Invitations to Abundance: How the Feasts of the Bible Nourish Us Today," with Faithfully Magazine's Associate Editor Timothy Isaiah Cho. Learn more at faithfullymagazine.com.
42 minutes | Feb 20, 2022
Trip Lee Talks New Music, Quitting the Pastorate, Dealing With Doubt and More
Rapper and author Trip Lee, born William Lee Barefield III, joined Faithfully Magazine for a live chat about his career, new projects, and more. Lee also shared how he thinks Christians should handle doubt, the Young, Restless, and Reformed Movement, and where he finds inspiration. Learn more at faithfullymagazine.com.(Originally published December 8, 2021)
35 minutes | Jan 24, 2022
Trusting God Amid Disappointments: Mitchel Lee Talks 'Even If'
Author and pastor Mitchel Lee talks with Faithfully Magazine Associate Editor Timothy Isaiah Cho about the “even if” life of a Christian that holds the goodness of God in one hand and the troubles of life in the other. These are themes he explores in his book, "Even If: Trusting God When Life Disappoints, Overwhelms, or Just Doesn't Make Sense." Visit faithfullymagazine.com for more.
59 minutes | Jan 18, 2022
On Caring for Versus 'Curing' LGBTQ Believers With Pastor Greg Johnson
Pastor and author Dr. Greg Johnson discusses his book “Still Time to Care: What We Can Learn from the Church’s Failed Attempt to Cure Homosexuality” with Faithfully Magazine’s Associate Editor Timothy Isaiah Cho. Learn more at https://faithfullymagazine.com.
55 minutes | Jan 4, 2022
'If God Still Breathes, Why Can't I?' With Dr. Angela Parker
New Testament scholar and Womanist theologian Dr. Angela N. Parker discusses her book, “If God Still Breathes, Why Can’t I?: Black Lives Matter and Biblical Authority,” with Faithfully Magazine Managing Editor Nicola A. Menzie. In the book, Parker argues that white supremacy undergirds the Christian doctrines of inerrancy and infallibility, and offers an approach that embraces women and people of color. Learn more at https://faithfullymagazine.com (https://amzn.to/3eKTNVl).
67 minutes | Dec 8, 2021
Dante Stewart Talks Being Black, Christian and American in 'Shoutin In The Fire'
Danté Stewart discusses themes in his new book, "Shoutin in the Fire: An American Epistle" (amzn.to/31DwXvW) with Faithfully Magazine Managing Editor Nicola A. Menzie. In "Shoutin' in the Fire," Stewart grapples with the intersecting identities of being Black, Christian, and American. Find more at faithfullymagazine.com.
69 minutes | Nov 13, 2021
Black Harper's Ferry Raider Shields Green With Louis A. DeCaro Jr
In this episode of Faithfully Podcast, you’ll hear Managing Editor Nicola A. Menzie's conversation with Dr. Louis A. DeCaro Jr. about his most recent book, "The Untold Story of Shields Green: The Life and Death of a Harper's Ferry Raider." DeCaro is associate professor of Church History at Alliance Theological Seminary in New York City. He is the author of several books, including biographical works on Chrisian abolitionist John Brown and Muslim activist Malcolm X. | The book: https://amzn.to/3kwB8Qo; Learn more: faithfullymagazine.com.
57 minutes | Nov 1, 2021
Church Must Be Safe for All LGBTQ Christians, Says 'Heavy Burdens' Author
Bridget Eileen Rivera, blogger of the popular website, Meditations of a Traveling Nun. Rivera discusses themes in her new book, "Heavy Burdens: Seven Ways LGBTQ Christians Experience Harm in the Church." "In Heavy Burdens," Rivera examines how Christian communities alienate and condemn LGBTQ people, highlights the pain of LGBTQ Christians, and outlines a path for churches to develop a better approach. Learn more: https://faithfullymagazine.com/bridget-eileen-rivera-interview-heavy-burdens/
30 minutes | Aug 15, 2021
First Nations Bible Version Created By and For Indigenous North Americans
Terry M. Wildman, lead translator of the First Nations Version of the New Testament (https://amzn.to/3xNWrAZ), speaks with Editorial Fellow Evana D. Upshaw about the first known translation of the New Testament into a culturally relevant style for the Indigenous peoples of North America. Wildman, founder of Rain Ministries, is also director of spiritual growth and leadership development for Native InterVarsity. Visit faithfullymagazine.com for more and follow us on Twitter @faithfullymag.
25 minutes | Aug 15, 2021
Kat Armas Talks 'Abuelita Faith' and Women of the Bible
Kat Armas speaks with Faithfully Magazine Associate Editor Timothy Isaiah Cho about her latest book, "Abuelita Faith" (https://amzn.to/37GEf1A). In the book, "Armas shows us how voices on the margins … have more to teach us about following God than we realize." Visit faithfullymagazine.com for more and follow us on Twitter @faithfullymag.
23 minutes | Aug 12, 2021
Jackie Hill Perry Talks 'Holier Than Thou' Book
Jackie Hill Perry, bestselling author of “Gay Girl, Good God,” speaks with Associate Editor Timothy Isaiah Cho about themes in her latest book, “Holier Than Thou: How God’s Holiness Helps Us Trust Him” (https://amzn.to/3AGEFRM). Learn more at faithfullymagazine.com. (Photo: B&H Publishing)
27 minutes | Jul 9, 2021
Dr. Anthea Butler Talks 'White Evangelical Racism'
Dr. Anthea Butler is associate professor of Religious Studies and Africana Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. Butler, an expert on African American and American history and religion, recently authored "White Evangelical Racism: The Politics of Morality in America." In "White Evangelical Racism," Butler peels back the layers of history to examine the core of conservative evangelical activism and power. In this episode, Faithfully Magazine’s Associate Editor Timothy Isaiah Cho speaks with Butler about themes in "White Evangelical Racism." The interview was conducted July 11, 2021. Find the transcript at https://faithfullymagazine.com/interview-anthea-butler. (Photo: Torrence L. Neal)
32 minutes | May 26, 2021
Sho Baraka on New Book 'He Saw That It Was Good'
Artist and activist Sho Baraka talks with Faithfully Magazine's Associate Editor Timothy Isaiah Cho about themes in his debut book, "He Saw That It Was Good." (Recorded 04/08/2021)
51 minutes | Mar 7, 2021
'White Lies' Author Daniel Hill on the White Moderate (Facebook Live Q&A)
Faithfully Magazine talks with "White Lies" author and pastor Daniel Hill on the subject of "the White moderate" in this interview that was streamed live on Facebook. Our Associate Editor Timothy Isaiah Cho hosts this March 8, 2021, conversation. Cho originally spoke with Hill about his book, "White Lies: Nine Ways to Expose and Resist the Racial Systems That Divide Us," in December 2020. That Q&A was published on faithfullymagazine.com under the headline "Interview: ‘To Love Jesus Is to Hate White Supremacy’—Daniel Hill Talks ‘White Lies’ Book (https://faithfullymagazine.com/interv...). An excerpt of that interview: "In Fall 2017, Faithfully Magazine interviewed Daniel Hill about his book 'White Awake: An Honest Look at What It Means to Be White.' Now, after years engaging with White Christians to help them embark on their own racial and cultural awakening, Hill has published 'White Lies: Nine Ways to Expose and Resist the Racial Systems That Divide Us.' "Hill, the founding pastor of River City Community Church in the Humboldt Park neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois, gives his readers a sequel to White Awake with practical steps to confront white supremacy." In this Facebook Live Q&A, Hill responds to questions from viewers. Thanks for listening. #FacebookLive #Q&A #WhiteModerate #Christianity #Race #Racism #WhiteSupremacy #RacialReconcliation #MultiethnicChurch #Diversity #FaithfullyMagazine #Interview
30 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
Teresa Hairston, 'Gospel Today' Founder, Talks 'Unstoppable' Book
Dr. Teresa Hairston, founder and publisher emeritus of “Gospel Today” magazine, discusses her journey in the gospel music industry as an influencer and businesswoman in this conversation with Faithfully Magazine’s Managing Editor Nicola A. Menzie. Their conversation centers on Hairston’s documentation of her journey in the new book, “Unstoppable: The Incredible Journey of America's #1 Christian Lifestyle Magazine.” Hairston discusses the inspiration for founding “Gospel Today” magazine, its successes, and the LifeWay Bookstore scandal that ultimately led to the popular Christian magazine’s end. Hairston, who overcame a close encounter with COVID-19, also shares lessons she learned as a businesswoman in a male-dominated industry, her regrets, and ongoing work to shape the future of the gospel music industry. The interview was recorded February 25, 2021. The publisher describes “Unstoppable” as “the story of an incredible entrepreneurial journey. It chronicles the life of a daring young African American woman, Teresa Hairston, a single mom raising three children and working three jobs. She only had $300 to invest in her dream. But, with tremendous odds stacked against her, she boot-strapped her way to a successful media conglomerate that produced Gospel Today Magazine, ‘America’s #1 Christian Lifestyle Magazine.’” Learn more at: https://books2liveby.com/product/unstoppable/. Follow Faithfully Magazine at faithfullymagazine.com. #TeresaHairston #GospelToday #Magazines #Interview #LifeWayBookstores #GospelMusic #FaithfullyMagazine
45 minutes | Feb 15, 2021
'Jesus and John Wayne' Author Talks White Evangelicals and Gendered Racism
Kristin Kobes Du Mez, author of "Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation," speaks with Faithfully Magazine's Associate Editor Timothy Isaiah Cho. They discuss themes of her book, which surveys the history of White Evangelicalism’s idealization of militant white patriarchy. Originally recorded February 8, 2021.
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