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"bishop curry" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

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02:44 min | 4 months ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"As opposed to what we are and you all are much better people than I am I'm sure But I know that I get things wrong more often than I get them right And what I look for both in the private sphere of citizenship and religion and sacrament is related to what I hope for in the public sector which is I would like to be a better person defining better as someone who lives in closer accord with the ideals that in tranquility we can all probably agree on Now tranquility and the level of ideal is one conversation and then it immediately goes into an arena of contention when we try to manifest those things But that what I just described is human nature And I think that there is an all consuming struggle and I think it would be foolhardy to try to exclude appeals that are rooted in these religious sensibilities because those sensibilities have an enormous overlap with the most important of our secular goals That's John meacham presidential biographer and author and his co chair of the Vanderbilt project on unity and American democracy And the most reverend Michael Bruce curry presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church Thanks to you both Thank you Thank you And if you want to hear more of bishop curry and John meacham talking about the role of religion in today's democracy we'll have a link at our website here and now dot org You give the same opportunity this week on political breakfast criminal reform and redistricting are two hot button topics Republican state senator Brian Strickland tackles head on with strategist Theron Johnson and Brian Robinson Voting rights also dominated our conversation they all answer the question if they think the issue of voting rights became too politicized during the annual commemorative service honoring the late doctor Martin Luther King Jr. the full podcast is up now find it wherever you get your free podcast apps Prom is a Rite of passage for American.

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"bishop curry" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:03 min | 9 months ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Some of our favorite conversations from the nantou distant past. We begin with bishop michael curry. Who joined us talk about. His new book lovers the way holding onto hope and troubling times. Welcome back to boston public radio. I'm jim browder. She is marjorie going dependent that is delivered none fathomable death. Toll amid racial unrest. Environmental calamities in political climate. That is fracturing the country bishop. Michael curry sees an opportunity for hope and he has good reason to as a descendant of people who were captured in the slave trade and quite possibly the british slave trade bishop curry was in the presence of the queen of england. Two years ago. Is you know delivering. An impassioned royal wedding sermon. If humanity ever captures the.

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"bishop curry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Before all else. J in Cheryl 65 64. Would have celebrated their 46th wedding anniversary tomorrow. Into all the family members who share these beautiful stories. We thank you. Our hearts go out to you and to all those who have lost loved ones in this pandemic. Most Reverend Michael Curry is the presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church of the United States. His latest book is Love is the way holding onto Hope in Troubling times. It's about how love is shaped his life as a descendant of slaves who rose to the top position in a predominantly white church. We spoke earlier and I began by asking whether he foresaw any of the conflicts of this moment. The perfect storm of a pandemic or racial reckoning in a polarized American society had wasn't in my mind, but I knew that we were divided. I knew that we had some racial history with some past with some difficulty. Um And I hope that my story would contribute something positive and constructive to that again. Pre pandemic or B C is I like to say before covert. I'm struck Bishop Curry that you say it's a look at what love is like, even and I'm quoting In a world that feels at times closer to a nightmare in the dream. I mean, you're pointing to the fact that we've been through some really tough times we have been through really tough times. Andre. Reality is that happens. That's just the nature of life. It's good and bad is the alchemy of all of it mixed in together. I've been blessed in the course of my life. They've been around people who have not given into fate. If you will, who have been people of faith who people who have struggled against the odds, and one of the patterns that I've seen in their lives has been that they were people who would not submit. Selfishness or hatred or bigotry. But who really did live lives of love and believe in it. I remember my Aunt Leigh. And when I was a kid used to tell us and she was quoting Booker T. Washington I don't know if she knew it. But she Woz she used to say, never let anybody dread you so low as to hate them. I grew up with a father who worked in civil rights against the odds. Barack Obama wasn't even on the horizon in 1960. And yet hope goes beyond the moments and the exigencies of the moment and dares to believe in something something possible that we can't even see. It's kind of like George Bernard Shaw. Some men see things that they are and ask why we dream things that never were and asked, Why not? That's hope that's living by the power of love, and that's living in spite of a nightmare. There are many people who have loved America, in spite of the fact that America often didn't love them Native American folk black folk, um, Latin ex folk, poor folk who have not always benefited from from this great country. But they've loved America. You know, my grandmother had my two uncles their pictures. I can remember their pictures in their army Air Corps uniforms. Having fought in World War two. She lost members of our family. The two of them came home. During that war. My wife's father, grandfather fought in the first World War. She's actually got his discharge papers from World War one black folk they fought for this country and had to fight in order to fight for this country. Not necessarily because of what the country Woz but because of what the country sometimes in spite of its contradictions stood for. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal. That's true, even when our country failed to live up to that. That's what people like Ruth Bader Ginsburg stood for. In spite of the contradiction. That's what I mean by hope. Hope doesn't just accept the way things are. It dares to hope and believe that something can be different and there and then works to make that happen. And Bishop Curry. How do how do you make this supply and people's lives when we live in such Politically divided time. Such a time of when people look at each other across this gaping divide in our country. That is where love actually comes in. If we take some love out of the sentimental Take it out of there. Even the romantic just for a moment, Andre. Think of the kind of love the Scriptures talk about the kind of love that Moses talked about that Jesus of Nazareth that our religious traditions have spoken up. That kind of love tends to be unselfish love that actually seeks the good and the welfare of others, as well as the self. On the great seal of the United States above the eagle air. The Latin words e pluribus aluminum. Those words come from the writings of of Cicero. Who said, and I quote when when a person loves another as much if not more, as he loves himself, then e pluribus onem, one from many becomes possible that is the motto motto of this country. It is based on willingness to love and be concerned about others as well as yourself. That makes one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice. All love is the key because love is unselfish, sacrificial living. And when we live like that, then Congress can work. When, when? When we live like that, Then the economy can work. When we live like that, Then there is equal opportunity for all you see what I'm getting at Love is not a sentiment. It's a commitment. To the common Good. And Bishop Curry. I'm also thinking is we start this new year of people who, frankly feel isolated there it for at home, whether they've lost a job or can't be with their family..

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"bishop curry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So Bishop Curry. What is love to you when you talk about it in that context? In that context, I'm using it as the religious tradition coming out of both Judaism and Christianity, speaks of love. Um, and in some versions of both the Hebrew Scriptures and New Testament and the To a gent that he re scriptures and then in the Greek New Testament, one of the words that most frequently used and certainly used by Jesus of Nazareth is the word of God pick which is a particular kind of love. It's a love that is fun, selfish, sacrificial that seeks the good the welfare and the well being of others as well as the self. This love is not a sentiment. It's a commitment. It is a decision and a commitment to seek the greatest good possible in every human situation. That's a commitment to a different kind of life. It is a commitment to it unselfish way of living, and that kind of love really is a game changer. And you cited Martin Luther King and that clip late. John Lewis talked about love, and they weren't talking about a wide eyed love You want either? No. No, not at all. No. Unfortunately, we only have one word for love in English. The word love But in Greek, which was the ancient language of many of the scriptures, Um you have the word Eros or love Philia. Aarhus is romantic Love. Ophelia is eternal love in a ga pay a ga pit Is this unselfish, sacrificial love? That really does work for the good seats too good, um, of others as well as yourself. That's the kind of love that's most frequently talked about in the New Testament. And that the religious tradition have lifted up. That's the kind of love that really is. The game changer because unselfish living is the way to make a democracy doesn't work if everybody is functioning out of selfish, so instinct Under the great seal of the United States. There's the phrase e pluribus onem, um, from many one, um, that phrase actually goes back to Cicero of ancient Rome of the Roman Republic. And listen to what Cicero said. When each person loves the other as much as he loves himself, it makes one out of many possible. That's the unselfish way of life. That's the kind of love that actually makes democracy possible. It makes human civilization possible. It makes a world where we don't let Children go to bed hungry. It makes a world where we don't let people suffer. It makes a world where we learn how to lay down our swords and shields. Gold Song says down by the Riverside and Study war no more. It is a world where justice is real, because we care about others, not just ourselves. Let me change direction a little bit. Or maybe it isn't really a change. You'll tell me, but there's a chapter of your book called What Desmond Tutu and Dolly Parton having come, so I'll bite. What do Desmond Tutu and Dolly Parton have in common? Have glad you asked that question. I love that chapter because everybody looked at that. What? Well, if you think about the two of them, they share something profoundly in common. I remember George Bernard Shaw, who said Some men see things as they are and ask why I dream things that never were and ask. Why not? Why not a different kind of world? Both Desmond Tutu and Dolly Parton. Lives were changed by a compelling dream of a better world of a better life, Um Desmond Tutu and apartheid South Africa. Heard him speak in the early nineties when he was talking about ending a park ID. And this was while Nelson Mandela was still in prison, and there was no hope he ended his talk. I think was at University of Ohio. He ended his talk by saying, I have a dream. I believe that one day my beloved South Africa will be free for all of her Children, her black or brown colored for Asian, her white, all of her Children. I believe it because I believe that God has a dream for South Africa and nothing and stop God's dream when I was bishop in North Carolina. We participate in a project that was founded by Dolly Parton. It was a project of literacy for Children of getting books to Children who couldn't otherwise get them. And when you read about why she was doing that it was because, she said, as a little girl. I grew up poor and impoverished and had no hope. But I actually had a dream of a better life. I said, That's what Dolly Parton and Desmond Tutu have in common. It is that dream of a better world and a commitment to make it happen. That is the work of love. I asked if you're just joining us is Bishop Michael Curry, presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church. And he's got a new book called Love is the Way Your Father Was a minister. I see. And to keep this on the on the personal side a little bit after you know you were talking about your work in North Carolina. You write in the book, I remember hearing my family on my father's side in the empire of Rural Alabama. Talking about how Nazi prisoners of war were treated better than they were. And yet in spite of it, they believed in America in its ideals of freedom and equality with liberty and justice for all unquote from your book, and you know that's a tough one for today as the battle for a further Ah, Fuller. I should say telling of American history seems to compete with a simple patriotism or simplistic patriotism that some people want to put forward. Why do you think Right. They still believed in America in your parent's generation and what you call the Empire of Alabama. You know, I think they believed in it. Though they believed in the ideals of America. They knew that there that there is something so valuable about human freedom and equality and dignity. That if you committed your life to that, and if you work to build a society where there really was liberty and justice for all, Um if he really did commit to that, then America could actually live up to the ideals that it propagated even when it didn't fully live up to them. They believed in those ideals. I want to suggest that that's precisely what part of the religious enterprise is about to find the power in the courage to believe in love when everybody else around here wants to hate to believe in goodness when, when evil seems to be raging, That's what religion calls us real religion if you will cause us to be countercultural, counterintuitive. Actually stand up when everybody else will have to sit down to speak up when everybody else wants to be quiet, And it's because you have this ideal this vision of a better world that Isaiah Prophet Isaiah talked about a new Heaven and a new Earth Red Book of Revelation talks about the same thing. That it is people who have these ideals. This vision of a new world are the ones who have it. The on Lee ones who ever tried to change it. People who are satisfied with the way it is. Don't bother about it. They just go on watch, okay? All the day. Now I'm a buffalo Bills fan. I don't I like football do But I believe in these ideals and those ideals. I mean, something. Think about it, Bryant. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal that they are endowed by their creator with certain inalienable right..

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"bishop curry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Put out for us to grieve and approaches. The way we looked at the maps of our country on election night, there's you know, some things get colored and red and blue. Are there Red States and blue states. But it's a picture of fracture. And it's also a picture of inter woven nous, right. These these divisions They don't just run state to state or county to county there one community to community they run neighborhood to make neighborhoods sometimes house to house. They run through our families. They run through our lives, and they run through our religious traditions, which are gatherings of human beings and therefore microcosm so Each of you has been a bridge person. As your tradition have grappled with divisions and what feel like irreconcilable differences that are also alive in our culture. And I I'd love to draw you out a little bit on What that takes. And you know what you've learned what you can share about what it means to reframe. And set these divides on different ground. With the help of religious values, so Bishop Curry. You have been right in the middle of very vitriolic divisions within the Episcopal Church in the Anglican Communion globally. Over same sex marriage and you have also been in very public conversations and that I would say a remark by friendship and respect with, for example, bishops on the other side Of this subject. You know, Here's something you you said in one of those dialogues, the inclusion that is at the heart of the gospel that welcome scale lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. Is the same inclusive, outstretched arms of Jesus that welcomes those who disagree with us. You want. If you just take us a little bit insight that what you've learned that that we can all Learned from You know, I mean, well, it goes back for me to the 10 Commandments. I am the Lord. Thy God, Thou shalt have no other gods. But me got only God is God. None of the rest of us are which may come his news in some respect, but it's a great relief. I'm not God, I don't have to pretend to be And therefore humility is a posture that comes with my humanity and I one of the things have really and I struggle with it. It's not easy to do this. Is. How do I stand and kneel at the same time in my relationships with others, especially with those who disagree with me or I disagree with them? Because I've got to kneel before them as someone created in the image of God, a child of God, just like me. Loved of God. Equally love is an equal opportunity, employer and the love of God is equal. So I've got to kneel before them. In a sense, I mean, and yet at the same time, I must stand with the integrity. And what I've found is there are times when that is reciprocated when I was at one of the conferences of the Anglican primates, the archbishops and deciding vision from around the world and this was a very difficult one. One of the primate who differed with me profoundly. The two of us got close, in part because he had been a position in a prior life on and I had just recently had brain surgery and each day He checked in with me. Michael, How are you doing? I said I'm doing all right, and I checked back with him, and we committed to pray for each other. Not the way some folks that will pray for you. That's not a blessing. That doesn't mean you're about the best, but to really pray for you. People can do that. I know everybody can't do that. But most people can. There's there's There's more good and most of us and we can. Um, yeah, yeah, We're not all called to be bridge people. But some of us are some of us were safe enough are Um, yeah, Doctor more. So I just want to say a little bit about your role because I think everybody understands mostly understands what a bishop is, but you are really the chief ethicist of the Southern Baptist Convention. Um You're part of kind of the think tank. You attend to the difficult questions in the public square and inside the faith. And the Southern Baptist Church is the largest Protestant denomination in the United States. Over 14 million members, almost 50,000 churches but also very differently from for example, the Episcopal Church those air all independent churches, Yes, so to be chief ethicist of that kind of configuration is challenging and so You know when to say that you've been a bridge person in that context, and you really have been a bridge person, especially in recent years in the Southern Baptist Convention's grappling with race, and it's in its history and its president. I want to read something that you said at the 2017 annual convention, which is the only time in the year when the whole Southern Baptist Church comes together, You said. When we stand together as a convention and speak clearly we're saying that white supremacy and racist ideologies are dangerous because they oppress our brothers and sisters in Christ. Oppress those were made in the vision of God. They oppress our mission field even above and beyond that unrepentant racism is not just wrong, Unrepentant racism sends unrepentant, racist to hell. So the, um, resolution you were you were arguing for was initially rejected, but it went on to overwhelmingly nearly unanimously passed. Um You have said that in your younger days. You were all too eager to fight like the devil to please the Lord. But yeah, talk to us. Because what you did there is you made an argument. But it was an argument embedded in the faith. Yes, And I think that's I think that's what's important is to have consciences that really are shaped by one's convictions and then to live those out as best as possible. Consistently. On. That means. If we really do believe that there is a day of judgment, then we have to speak honestly about that. If we really do believe that all human beings were created in the image of God. In any suggestion that that's not true is an assault on the authority of Scripture. That doesn't mean though, that we we have to again evaporate arguments. I mean, Bishop Bishop Curry and I would disagree very fundamentally on some of these questions that you just mentioned about sexuality. We probably couldn't serve together. Well, we couldn't serve together in the same congregation or church. That doesn't mean that we have to see one another as a Zen Emese to be evaporated. Rather, we can have what could be very strong disagreements and arguments but still listen to one another in the public arena, So I think there's a distinction between There are certain things that a church in carrying out its mission that we have to agree on. We have to be on the on the same page on certain things in a way that we don't expect those on the outside to necessarily understand, or to agree with us about Um Bishop Curry told the story about coming together with his Friend Bishop on the other side. I hate the way we right. It's so fine Mary on the other side of the issue that's also a political form an issue but through This matter of health, and you have a wonderful story about a friendship with someone who's part of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, which is actually a group that split away from the Southern Baptist Convention in part around some of these social issues and That you came together around a shared love of Wendell Berry's poetry..

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"bishop curry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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08:11 min | 1 year ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You as human beings and getting a sense of the grounding and the history behind your vocation. Bishop Curry. I know that you grew up a as they say, A cradle Episcopalian. Your father was an Episcopal priest, although in Buffalo, New York, although you also had a Baptist side of your family in North Carolina. I wonder if you would describe something that is at the heart of of Episcopal and Anglican tradition that has formed you and it's forming your presence now to the life of our country and our world. You know, I mean, it's it's really interesting One wouldn't expect that growing up as a black kid and the Episcopal tradition. The Anglican way would actually have a crossover, but they do. As a kid growing up. I remember my grandmother and alien in particular would often say on different occasions for different reasons. Never let any man drag you so low as to hate him. Now. I didn't know as a kid. They were actually and I'm not sure they knew either. They were actually quoting Booker T. Washington who said that, But I grew up in a context where people really did believe. That the kind of love that Jesus of Nazareth taught is the kind of love that can change personal life and social life. They really did believe that and it was just ingrained in me. Well, that's deeply rooted in the Anglican and Episcopal way of Christianity that that the love of God is the motive for everything. God doesn't mean God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son. I mean, it's just all over the place. It's not unique to Anglicanism or Episcopalians, but it's deeply rooted in there. And so both my growing up as a black kid, and as an Episcopalian way of being Christian, centered on the way of love as the key to life itself. Dr Moore. I think it's right that you are a Mississippian born and bred. Yes. Did you also grow up Southern Baptist? Is this the church of your childhood? It is. I grew up in a family that was half Southern Baptist, half Roman Catholic. My father had my grandfather had been the pastor of the Southern Baptist Church to which I Was born into and the long doll of my life. Well, having grown up in Oklahoma, Southern Baptist, I know that what you just said It was a very big deal. That was a divide. That was a chasm if you two decades ago, so Yeah, I wonder if you would describe something that has formed you. In Southern Baptist tradition and is forming your presence now to our public life. Well, I would say it's probably of no surprise as an evangelical Christian that that would be the gospel, which is the understanding of good news that God has presented a way of redemption to the world through Jesus Christ. So it changes the way that I see myself as a center in need of reconciliation that came through the cross and resurrection. But also how I see other people, which is as those who are created in the image of God and not ultimately, my opponents. We we wrestle, not against flesh and blood, the Apostle Paul said, but against Principalities and powers in the heavenly places, so that view of reality, I think is is what changes and shapes my way of seeing everything. And you said to me as we corresponded a little bit before today. That your concern for a more civil public square is not in spite of your evangelicalism, but because of it. And you noted your concern. About how vulnerable So many of us all of us seem to have become To the far side. These are your words to the false idea that once public denunciation of one's opponents is indicative of the depth of one's own convictions, whether to the gospel or to social justice or to family values or whatever. Yes, Yes, And I'm I hate the word civility, largely, although I will take it. I understand. Understand what people mean by it? And I think it's too low of a bar. I think what the scripture calls us to is to both conviction, Not a evaporating of our our differences but also to kindness on active love For even those people who disagree with us completely. So I think sometimes When we say civility. What we mean is pretending is, though we don't have differences and being polite. Of course, I grew up in a kind of southern context. Where one could be brutal with with a very strategically worded politeness in a way that they could word things that could just dismiss the other person. I think we did have more debate, not not less. And so, as someone who really does believe that the Scriptures are authoritative. I really do believe that I'm going to stand at the judgment, seat of Christ and given account For my entire life, including the way that I related to people that I may prefer to pretender invisible at the moment, but are not invisible to God. I think that's an important thing for all of us to keep in mind. Ship curry something you said to me A wrote to me is that you said deep in my soul. I believe that e pluribus aluminum Is not simply a quaint letting saying, but a moral and spiritual imperative for the life of the human family. You said learning to live together as brothers, sisters and siblings means learning to live together with God given and social diversity, and with real and profound differences, so Very much speaking the same language as as Dr Moore in that sense. You know, Dr King said. We will leave the learned to live together as brothers and sisters and we will perish together as fools and he was right. E Pluribus aluminum is the motto If you will of the United States, um from many, one, um, is a vision of this country and it's what it could be, but it's bigger than that. It's part of God's vision. The entire human family learning to live together in love and charity, with all of our differences, holding onto our integrity's and yet being able to be in relationship with each other as Children of God made in God's image and likeness, who have differences in variety. I've been married to my wife 40 years. And good Lord, We don't agree on a whole lot. Don't tell her. I told you all that. But it's true. We don't agree. And she's always right. Of course. Um, but the truth is learning to live in relationship with different is called maturity. Human race must move toward maturity. What we call maturity and Christ is, Paul says any Fijians. I believe that rising up to spiritually maturity that makes that the old slaves used to say where there's plenty good room, plenty good room for all God's Children. Yeah, I love that. I think it's interesting when when one speaks of love in the Public square. There's a sense that that you're talking about something soft. But in fact what we know about how love works in our real lives is the hardest thing of all, and it's very much about learning to disagree and staying in relationship. I think One of the things that came through so clearly in the comments and questions that came in from this incredible spectrum of humanity that is with us by this miracle of technology. And this won't surprise you that I'm going to name it because I think we have to name where we are where we are. We need to keep naming this pain and confusion and fear that is among us. Even people who want to move beyond it. So You know, I think all of what it boils down to there so much that comes together to me and the question of how can we now proceed with common life or something like healing? In the absence of what feels like any common ground to stand on. Um so people have said, you know, we can't even agree on facts. How can we converse? How can I be in relationship with people who have been demeaning to me or threatening to me or to what I'm about in the last years, Pierre, too? Someone said. We know there's hard work ahead..

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"bishop curry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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02:23 min | 1 year ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A spiritual crisis of my own. At the age of 15 of wondering, is Christianity just another marketing gimmick and came to the understanding? No, I think this is the way the truth and the life that called for consistency and integrity. That's what I see coming from area. Bishop Curry. You get the last word. Oh, my gosh. Well, you know, in a similar vein, maybe from a different set of young people, but some similarities and maybe some of the same When when I saw young people, and it was mostly young people this summer after the killing of George Floyd marching peacefully on they were Marching peacefully. Realized something over time. First of all, it was the most diverse gathering I have ever seen in this got the civil rights movement wasn't that divers and even after Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin and those going with the marchers weren't that this was a diverse group of young people. And more than that, I realized something. What they were pro testing was our failure to live up to the ideals and the values that we say constitute what America is really about. They were pro testing that we would live They were doing. What Thomas Jefferson if you will, and we're doing In the declaration of Independence. We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal. They were protesting that America live up to the values you say you are Christians live up to the values you say you hold religious folk live up to the values. They were challenging us. Now, that's prophetic witness challenging us to be who we say we are and I hear Young people calling the church and calling religious communities You say your people of God and you say that God is love. Show me like it says in my fair lady. Don't talk of love. Show me. Most Reverend Michael Curry is presiding Bishop and primate of the Episcopal Church of.

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"bishop curry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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08:13 min | 1 year ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Church and Dr Russell Moore from the Southern Baptist Convention. You know something else I feel has not been named enough loudly enough and put out for us to grieve and approaches. The way we looked at the maps of our country on election night, there's you know, some things get colored and red and blue. Are there Red States and blue states. But it's a picture of fracture. And it's also a picture of inter woven nous, right. These these divisions They don't just run state to state or county to county there one community to community they run neighborhood to make neighborhoods sometimes house to house. They run through our families. They run through our lives, and they run through our religious traditions, which are gatherings of human beings and therefore microcosm so Each of you has been a bridge person, as your tradition have grappled with divisions and what feel like irreconcilable differences that are also alive in our culture, and I I love to draw you out a little bit on What that ticks and you know what? You've learned what you can share about what it means to reframe. And set these divides on different ground. With the help of religious values, so Bishop Curry. You have been right in the middle of very vitriolic divisions within the Episcopal Church in the Anglican Communion globally. Over same sex marriage and you have also been in very public conversations and that I would say a remark by friendship and respect with, for example, bishops on the other side Of this subject. You know, Here's something you you said in one of those dialogues, the inclusion that is at the heart of the gospel that welcome scale lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. Is the same inclusive, outstretched arms of Jesus that welcomes those who disagree with us. I wonder if you just take us a little bit insight that what you've learned that that we can all Learned from You know, I mean, well, it goes back for me to the 10 Commandments. I am the Lord. Thy God, Thou shalt have no other gods. But me got on Lee. God is God. None of the rest of us are which may come his news in some respect, but it's a great relief. I'm not God, I don't have to pretend to be And therefore humility is a posture that comes with my humanity and I one of the things I've really and I struggle with it. It's not easy to do this. Is. How do I stand and kneel at the same time in my relationships with others, especially with those who disagree with me or I disagree with them? Because I've got to kneel before them as someone created in the image of God, a child of God, just like me. Loved of God. Equally love is an equal opportunity, employer and the love of God is equal. So I've got to kneel before them. In a sense, I mean, and yet at the same time, I must stand with the integrity. And what I've found is there are times when that is reciprocated when I was at one of the conferences of the Anglican primates, the archbishops and deciding bishops from around the world. This was the very difficult 11 of the primate who differed with me profoundly. The two of us got close, in part because he had been a position in a prior life. Um and I had just recently had brain surgery and each day He checked in with me. Michael, How are you doing? I said I'm doing all right, and I checked back with him, and we committed to pray for each other. Not the way some folks that will pray for you. That's not a blessing. That doesn't mean you're about the best, but to really pray for you people can do that. I know everybody can't do that. Most people can. There's there's There's more good and most of us and we can. Yeah, yeah, we're not all called to be bridge people, but some of us are. Some of us were safe enough are Um, yeah, Doctor more. So I just want to say a little bit about your role because I think everybody understands mostly understands what a bishop is, but you are really the chief ethicist of the Southern Baptist Convention. Um You're part of kind of the think tank. You attend to the difficult questions in the public square and inside the faith. And the Southern Baptist Church is the largest Protestant denomination in the United States. Over 14 million members, almost 50,000 churches. But also very differently from for example, the Episcopal Church those air all independent churches, Yes. So to be chief ethicist of that kind of configuration is challenging and so You know when to say that you've been a bridge person in that context, and you really have been a bridge person, especially in recent years in the Southern Baptist Convention's grappling with race, and it's in its history and its president. Want to read something that you said at the 2017 annual convention, which is the only time in the year when the whole Southern Baptist Church comes together, You said. When we stand together as a convention and speak clearly we're saying that white supremacy and racist ideologies are dangerous because they oppress our brothers and sisters in Christ. Oppress those were made in the vision of God. They oppress our mission field even above and beyond that unrepentant racism is not just wrong, Unrepentant racism sends unrepentant, racist to hell. So the, um, resolution you were you were arguing for was initially rejected, but it went on to overwhelmingly nearly unanimously passed. Um, you have said that in your younger days. You were all too eager to fight like the devil to please. The lord. Um but, yeah, talk to us. Because what you did there is you made an argument. But it was an argument embedded in the faith. Yes, And I think that's I think that's what's important is to have consciences that really are shaped by one's convictions and then to live those out as best as possible. Consistently. On. That means if we really do believe that there is a day of judgment, then we have to speak honestly about that. If we really do believe that all human beings were created in the image of God, then any suggestion that that's not true is an assault on the authority of Scripture. That doesn't mean though, that we we have tol again evaporate arguments. I mean, Bishop Bishop Curry and I Would disagree very fundamentally on some of these questions that you just mentioned about sexuality. We probably couldn't serve together. Well, we couldn't serve together in the same congregation or church. That doesn't mean That we have to see one another as a Zen Emese to be evaporated. Rather, we can have what could be very strong disagreements and arguments but still listen to one another in the public arena, So I think there's a distinction between There are certain things that a church in carrying out its mission that we have to agree on. We have to be on the on the same page on certain things in a way that we don't expect those on the outside to necessarily understand, or to agree with us about Um Bishop Curry told the story about coming together with his Friend Bishop on the other side. I hate the way we write it so binary on the other side of the issue that's also a political form an issue but through This matter of health, and you have a wonderful story about a friendship with someone who's part of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, which is actually a group that split away from the Southern Baptist Convention in part around some of these social issues and That you came together around a shared love of Wendell Berry's poetry..

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"bishop curry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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07:43 min | 1 year ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"bishop curry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was right. We must discover love. Redemptive power of love. When we do that. We will make of this old world. A new world. So Bishop Curry. What is love to you when you talk about it in that context? In that context, I'm using it as the religious tradition coming out of both Judaism and Christianity, speaks of love on DH In some versions of both the Hebrew Scriptures and New Testament in the To a gent for the Hebrew Scriptures. And then in the Greek Testament, one of the words that most frequently used certainly used by Jesus of Nazareth is the word of God, which the particular kind of love It's a love that is unselfish, sacrificial that seeks the good the welfare and the well being of others as well as the self. This love is not a sentiment. It's a commitment. It is a decision and a commitment to seek the greatest good possible in every human situation that the commitment to a different kind of life. It is a commitment to an unselfish way of living. And that kind of love really is a game changer. And you cited Martin Luther King in that clip late. John Lewis talked about lot love and they weren't talking about a wide eyed love You want either? No. No, not at all. No. Unfortunately, we only have one word for love and the word love. But in Greek, which was the ancient language of many of the scriptures, you have the word era or love Philia. Aarhus is romantic love. Not. Philia is maternal love in a gap a gap is this unselfish, sacrificial love? That really does work for the good seat, the good of others as well as the cell. That's the kind of love that's most frequently talked about in the New Testament. And that the religious tradition have lifted up. That's the kind of love that really is. The game changer because unselfish living is the way to a democracy doesn't work if everybody is functioning out of selfish, so instinct Under on the great seal of the United States. There's the phrase deplorable onem, um, from many one that phrase actually goes back to Cicero of ancient Rome of the Roman Republic. And listen to what Cicero said. When each person loves the other as much as he loves himself, it makes one out of many possible. Yes, the unselfish way of life. That's the kind of love that actually makes democracy possible. It makes human civilization possible. It makes a world where we don't let Children go to bed hungry. It makes a world where we don't let people suffer. It makes a world where we learn howto lay down our swords and shields. Like the old song says down by the Riverside and Study war. No more. It is a world where justice Israel because we care about others, not just ourselves. Let me change direction a little bit. Or maybe it isn't really a change. You'll tell me, but there's a chapter of your book called What Desmond Tutu and Dolly Parton having come, so I'll buy what do Desmond Tutu and Dolly Parton have in common? I'm glad you asked that question. I love that chapter because everybody looks what? Well, if you think about the two of them, they share something profoundly in common. I remember George Bernard Shaw, who said Some men see things as they are and ask why I dream things that never were and ask. Why not? Why not a different kind of world? Both Desmond to two and Dolly Parton lives were changed by a compelling dream of a better world of a better life. Desmond Tutu and Parkside, South Africa. I heard him speak in the early nineties when he was talking about ending a park ID. And this was while Nelson Mandela was still in prison, and there was no hope he ended his talk. I think with that University of Ohio he ended his talk by saying, I have a dream. I believe that one day my beloved South Africa will be free for all of her Children are black or brown or colored for Asian, her white all of her Children. I believe it because I believe that God has a dream for South Africa and nothing and stop God's dream. When I was bishop in North Carolina, we participate in a project that was founded by Dolly Parton. It was a project of literacy for Children of getting books to Children who couldn't otherwise get them. And when you read about why she was doing that it was because, she said, as a little girl. I grew up poor and impoverished and had no hope. But I actually had a dream of a better life. I said, That's what Dolly Parton and Desmond Tutu haven't comment. It is that dream of a better world and a commitment to make it happen. That is the work of love. I guess if you're just joining us is Bishop Michael Curry, presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church, and he's got a new book called Love Is the Way Your Your Father. Was a minister. I see. And to keep this on the on the personal side a little bit after you know you were talking about your work in North Carolina. You write in the book, I remember hearing my family on my father's side in the empire of Rural Alabama. Talking about how Nazi prisoners of war were treated better than they were. And yet in spite of it, they believed in America in its ideals of freedom and equality with liberty and justice for all unquote from your book, and you know that's a tough one for today as the battle for a further Ah, Fuller. I should say telling of American history seems to compete with a simple patriotism or a simplistic patriotism that some people want to put forward. Why do you think They still believed in America in your parent's generation, and what you call the Empire of Alabama. You know, I think they believed in it. Though they believed in the ideals of America. They knew that there that there is something so valuable about human freedom and equality and dignity. That if you committed your life to that, and if you work to build a society where there really was liberty and justice for all, if he really did commit to that, then America could actually live up to the ideals that it propagated even when it didn't fully live up to them. They believed in those ideals. I want to suggest that that's precisely what part of the religious enterprise is about to find the power in the courage to believe in love when everybody else around here wants to hate I believe in goodness, when evil seems to be raging, That's what religion calls us real religion if you will cause us to be countercultural, counterintuitive. Actually stand up when everybody else wants to sit down to speak up when everybody else wants to be quiet, And it's because you have this ideal this vision of a better world. Isaiah Prophet Isaiah talked about a new Heaven and a new Earth Red Book of Revelation talks about the same thing. That it is people who have these ideals. This vision of a new world are the ones who have it. The on ly one who ever tried to change it. People who are satisfied with the way it is. Don't bother about it. They just go watch football games. Call today. Now the Buffalo Bills fan. I don't like football do but I believe in these ideals and those ideals. You think about it, Brian..

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"bishop curry" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Stay by Sharon Van off. This is democracy Now democracynow.org. The quarantine report. I'm Amy Goodman the US coronavirus death toll officially past two hundred thousand this week off on Sunday the Washington National Cathedral of the Episcopal Church Mark, the sobering Milestone by totaling it spell two hundred times once for every thousand lives lost well to discuss those lives lost and the extraordinary circumstances the nation faces today. We spend the rest of hour with Bishop Michael Curry presiding. In Bishop of the Episcopal Church the first African American to lead the denomination Bishop Curry is a descendant of enslaved Africans the son of the late civil rights activist Reverend Kenneth Kang Bishop Curry gained worldwide recognition, when he delivered a sermon at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and 2018 where he preached about slavery poverty and the enduring Power of Love on that day. He later said in an interview, he could quote feel slaves around the place and it was like their voice was somehow heard that day off Bishop Michael Curry was previously the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina a swing state that President Trump visited just yesterday for the 5th time this month to campaign Bishop Michael Curry joins us now from Raleigh in this key Battleground state of North Carolina. We thank you so much for joining us fishing. Curry your new book is love is the way holding onto hope and troubling times Bishop Curry welcome to democracy. Now, do you think Love Is Enough? Well without love we won't make it with love we will but love by itself obviously is not enough but we need love because Love Not only am not talking about love as a sentiment. I'm talking about love as a personal and moral commitment to a particular way of living a way of living that is unselfish. Even sacrificial a way of living that seeks the good and the welfare and the well-being of others as well as the self. That's the kind of love that you see in the New Testament teachings of Jesus of Nazareth thought he learned from the Hebrew scriptures from Moses. That's the kind of love if you will that you see when Jesus encountered a lawyer and they talked about the lawyer came and said what what must I do to inherit eternal life. Jesus said, what is it? What did Moses say in the law love God and love your neighbor. Jesus said, that's it do that and you will live you will find life. Lawyer came back. He was a lawyer so he comes back and he said but could we more narrowly Define who is my neighbor? And that was the point at which Jesus told the parable of the Good Samaritan of someone who helped someone else who was of a different ethnic group probably a different set of politics. Someone who is of a different religious take on a religious community someone who was different someone who was the other and this man helped that other person simply because they were a brother of fellow child of God Made In God's image and likeness and Jesus says who was neighbor to that man. And the guy says, well the one who helped him out and Jesus says go and do thou likewise the love that I'm talking about is a love that is for the other as well as the self that is for God and for all of us it is a love that seeks to create and make a better world a more Humane World a more just wage. World without that commitment to love then all the Practical details won't work. But with that commitment, we can find a way to solve our problems together to bring everybody together bipartisan across the aisle ecumenical Interfaith. All Races all stripes and types because we share one moral commitment to seek the good of others as well as ourselves Bishop Curry. What about President Trump refusing to say refusing to commit to a peaceful transition of power? Well, let me just say this. I am an American. I love America. I believe in America's democracy. And in this democracy, there is a peaceful transition of power. That is one of the cornerstones one of the great heritage's heritage of this country. And so we must all stand for that. I you have to ask President Trump what he was talking about. Let me tell you what I'm talking about. I'm talking about American democracy and American democracy and this doesn't have to do with what red or blue does not about Republican Democrat or independent. This is about we actually offer you something one of the things I've learned over the years is that we actually share more values than we disagree about and if we can claim those values one of which is the are basic principles wage being a Democratic Republic of democracy. Some of those values are enshrined in the Declaration of Independence. We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men all people are created equal. Equal that's a value of this country the Gettysburg Address that's a valid contains values of this country. You can go through the pantheon of this country above off The Columns of the Supreme Court Equal justice under the law if we will stand together for the values that we share. We will find enough common ground to debate and decide and to solve our problems and I that's democracy and that's America. I want to ask you about what happened in May during the national Uprising against police brutality National Guard and police officers dressed in Brown. Deer fired teargas rubber bullets flashbangs to disperse peaceful protesters across from the White House in Lafayette Square moments later President, Donald Trump walk through the clear part to have his photo taken with a Bible in front of your church. St. John's Episcopal Church often called The Church of the presidents which was boarded up when he returned to the White House Trump refuse To take questions from reporters as he pumped his fist and posed for another photo op. This is what he said was he could make that trip down. What are you doing that extensive? Use of course was Frozen with this is still a democracy Bishop Mariann Edgar budde head of the Episcopal Diocese of wage of Washington DC immediately denounced Trump's actions. This is what she said on the PBS NewsHour explaining why she spoke out it was a there was a Confluence of events page in the very short period of time when the images of the president following the the dispersal of the crowds that you mentioned following his extremely inflammatory to my ears remarks in the Rose Garden and then and then bringing himself and his Entourage into our Sacred Space. Yep. Using it as a backdrop and holding the Bible as if to put on the mantle of religious Authority or blessing of what he had just said and done and I felt it was urgent to remove that Association as quickly as possible and to State our position in faithfulness to the gospel as we understand it. That's Episcopal Church Mariann Edgar budde, you're the presiding Bishop of the entire Episcopal Church your thoughts on the use of.

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"bishop curry" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on WSB-AM

"That you love one another. Just as I have loved you so you should love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples. That you have love for one another way. Look forward to hearing your sermon. It's called not just me, but we Bishop Curry. Thank you for sharing it with us. But thank you. It's been a privilege. A few years ago, Professor Charles Marsh of the University of Virginia Wrote a book on spirituality and the Civil Rights movement. And said. Jesus had founded the most revolutionary movement in human history. Movement built on the unconditional love of God for the world. And the mandate to live that love It's true. Jesus of Nazareth began the most profoundly revolutionary movement in history. It was a movement of people. For whom this Jesus his teaching his example his risen life. Became the epicenter of their lives. And whose way of love became their way of life. As a result, their lives were changed. And they in turn, change the world around them. It's not just about me. It's about we I give you a new commandment. That you love one another. Justus. I have loved you. At the last Supper. Just hours before Jesus would be pulled from his knees and prayer. Interested. Then tried and tortured. And eventually executed by the empire of Rome. Jesus said this I give you a new commandment. That you love one another..

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"bishop curry" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on 600 WREC

"You're on the Michael Berry show. Go ahead. Fine, Then I go. I was so pleased. I was so pleased when you were talking about what individuals could do to help the political situation by finding those that are uneducated. Don't really know what's going on. And then educating them and getting them registered. Well, I thought of one more thing that individuals Khun do And that isthe that I see the church is being very complacent. About a month ago, there was a bishop in Indiana. Do you know the story? No, I don't. There was a bishop in Indiana who removed a Catholic priest to is ahead of this church because he got up and he talked about black lives matter. And he talked about how evil it wass. And it's a wonderful speech and you can find it on the Internet. If Father Richard Father, Roth cop Rock And it's easy to see his speech, and everything he said is true. Well, this bishop, we've moved him said he wasn't going back to his parish and so carry reminding me of Germany. When Christians were joining the Nazi party, and I think your bond Harker was telling them. Look, these people are evil, but the church remains silent. And so what I decided to do as I decided to write the bishop that removed the priest, and then I thought maybe that's not enough. Calling him complicity. Doesn't he know about black lives matter? You know, all you have to do is go to black mark lives matter dot com. It's not the daughter or the dot com and see what they believe. And it's wonderful things as you go down, scroll down the page. So when you get to this one sentence it says, really disrupt the nuclear family. Well, that ought to make a Christian, please clergy or are any god loving person? You should make the blood boil and so You can do that, And then you can also Google Black Lives matters. Co founders and look at The New York Post June 25th article and one of the cofounders say we are much too strange. And we're well versed in Marxist geological theories. And so they they just sheep. I mean, loves and she's closing. Take they all take. Oh, every disruptor oven economy or a political system. Takes on a social cause. And then but behind it is some evil take over just like what's going on now. So what I did was I In addition to writing to that bishop in Indiana, the Catholic bishop, I'm Episcopalian I wrote to you are presiding Bishop Curry. And I told him then I guess I have A lot of nerve. I tell you that he seemed to me like he was a cowardly about not saying calling out these people and letting his congregants Possibly donate money everywhere you look on the Internet. There's something about donate money to black lives matter, And it wouldn't matter if they were just a small organization. But they're getting big bucks. From corporations and just innocent people who believed in their cause. So I believe that individuals could do like I did about to my AA to the presiding visual Teo to the bishop of San Antonio in San Antonio. Just regular clergy. If you could just people, it just just you have to be Christians. Anybody believes in God could rattle the cage of whoever's leading their ground. And so I think that could be kind of an adjunct to what you're doing, even though it's not direct about Bullet and then in the region that is that they probably religion is because it's under follow gender politics. But what do you have?.

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"bishop curry" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show

The God and Gigs Show

10:59 min | 2 years ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show

"Yeah what was that first time that you said you know what I'm going to make this a career like what was what was that moment or was there a person that made it clear like okay. You're going to do this as a career now I would have to pass for a few years. I I I I mean like in college like when I went to College. I actually stopped playing. Because my mom's ain't no need to focus on your school work and then I started playing actually behind her back. I wouldn't blame like I started playing around. I should say sorry my main guy behind your back. I didn't I would come home on weekends and we will. I will do some gigs. That's what I like what I say every now and then on weekends dot COM. And she'd take me go play with the guy basically with because. I didn't get a car. That was twenty three but but I started playing around campus and like doing kind of local like you. I stayed on campus In College even with University of Miami in Miami Poor Gables which is highlighted in north Miami. So I didn't WanNa go home often so I would play whatever. I Dunno fast forward to after that I one day I just happened to be at target and I was looking for some new music stars. I'm rambling but this is this is this is this is good. You're doing great. I was just like yeah. I just want to find something new to listen to the time. I was obsessed with hidden beach records because I love Joe Scott and everything that hidden beach but I like Jeff Bradshaw. I just was obsessed with them and so I saw there was a new hit him. Beach artist named Juanita. She was there Gospel Neil Bars. They were calling her and I was like. Oh this looks interesting. I took it home I bought it and took it home and then I got home and I had like a little bit of buyers. Marson like what I don't like it. I'M GONNA be stuck with a CD. So I decided to look up before it opened the packaging if I don't know people real by. Vdi anymore. But yeah. So I went online. She had a my faith. They just show you how old music on her. My space page. I was like man. This is really cool. And then she had a notice saying. Hey I'm looking for A. I'm I'm looking to quit together. A touring band for my new release and that's when it clicked meals. I wait I. This is music I love and I was like a tour like I said actually tour with her so I I looked around I. I didn't addition. I begged my mom's like my parents. Tango to California to audition. This is my first time going to La. And I just like insist that I had to go ahead to go to auction. And the Caveat. Was there with me so we went to La. And I actually made her band so I was like my first time realize like wow this is this is what I this is a opportunity like. This is something I could do. Unfortunately they ended up having to change to a local ban finding So they couldn't they couldn't afford to fly me out to stay in the band. But that's one of the the light bulb my head and my this is what. I WANNA do like. This is definitely what I WANNA do. Because by then I'd been gigging around town and by then I started playing at church I am. I the first stage I've applied for was Our garage I don't they it wrong. It it was an Ame church in Miami Garden K. Hate I'm drawing a blank right now because I really do love them. Risk Limo can't believe I'm doing this word passer. So they're they're very proud of you no matter what specific helper. I can't believe Oh God I'm afraid I I'm. I'm just drawing a blank but I played there for like six. Nfl CAn't tell this. Story to my rambling. No you're not rambling number one. I want to quickly jump in. Because I feel like there's there's there's so many cool connections that between me and you that I did not know first of all I was a huge fan of leads of Anita. I know I got to see her when she came down with Janet Jackson's Tour and yes. So that data intersex. I did not know that she was your first order. Causal these listening shoutout to you what you lot so many careers apparently and respect your music and still love your music as artists as well as she's an astounding amazing background singer. Obviously she's Janet you know so so anyway but yeah. I just wanted to make sure as you talk about this. You are kind of pivoting to your work you you you saw this career possibility and you also obviously you said you didn't grow up in Church Playing but you now obviously saw that you. Know your your faith and your. I'm assuming that you you you. You've been Christian. As you realize that giving your God your your music clanging church was also like really backley however I yes I do. I am a Christian. I Jesus now ten years old I just didn't grow up in a in a like I didn't grow up in a musical culture and so I went to Jersey. I just didn't play and surging an understanding that I had in My friend and Andrzej. Actually we used to do some jazz gigs together. And when he was like. Hey my debate there W- you know. Maybe you should come play and so I cannot believe it's not just the type of green and Kevin Desire was music director. Oh Okay yes we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA go to track this down. I will takes. Cabinet will ask you. Where were you at? 'cause we're we're both going to go off track because I could see like I'm racking my brain to now trying to move on these Miami Church only because I wanNA remember. This is terrible. I feel bad but yeah so internet you come and Kevin Two zero the I indeed give me a job at a church and I loved it there. It was great it was It was a great experience and then by the time my mom was attending. Newburgh And I was one Sunday evening. She was a graduating from her new members program. Guy went to the survey watch graduate. You know it was an Arab and a bishop curry was saying closing remarks. And he's just randomly stop like the band is playing. He's talking like pulling Margaret. He just randomly stop. And he's like Hey Got To the BASS player here and so everybody points at todd. Todd Hunter was playing so everybody pointing at time. And he's like no not taught there's a bass player in here need to come down right now and play so I was up in the balcony and I see my mom on the floor. She's like blogging. Like oh wait. I'm like no no way I'm not going to. He's not talking to me. There's no way I'm going down there and so I just kind of ignored it. And so but he. He's like yeah. Okay well whoever you are still beating and we're GONNA into service so usually we should curry after would immediately leave but for whatever reason that night he kind of hung back a little bit and I I left to go find my mom and I ran into my old high school guidance. Counselor and we were talking like you go play now. Say Yes. She's like if you will so. He grabbed my arm and started pulling me towards the pulpit which occurs is up there in advance of their plant and then by that time my mother found me so she grabbed my other arm. She pulled there. Were dragging me down to the porn. I hate attention like I hate to be this attention and so Dr towns like Bishop Curry. She's a Bass Player and Richard. Cray stopped and he's a he stopped and he talks to me. Are you there yes you know? Why don't you come down and I said I'm being and I just didn't know what to say. Go Up there and play right now looking. Like what are you talking about? This is China. Answer like Premier Beta in Miami. You want me to go take him and play so topic here now. I knew Title I. Of course everybody knows that he's not he's my one of my closest friends now. I love him. He's a mentor but time I'm like this is a detox hundred. You want me to take it from him and play and I go play and everybody staring and I don. I honestly can't remember what I played. I started playing with the band. And he does your your higher and everybody's been and I'm like what is happening and he's like. He told me to give me the paperwork. You're sign you're hired. Apparently todd was going chocolate newburgh both services but he was going to play for his father's church. Eleven o'clock service the Bass Player for the eleven o'clock black and just like that. I ended up playing at like one of the premier like church opportunities in Atlanta and Miami. Sorry and hadn't on the scene at all like that story like I'm just. I'm just floored number one again. Everybody is listening. Please forgive us because we are both. We know every everyone. She's mentioned that we're both personal friends. Everybody Vista Curry is a legend on all over the country. But especially here in Miami So just just hearing this story. I don't know why I have this. Do I feel like you've been holding out on us off because what a what? What more confirmation could you have to know preacher Stellar Service and calling you out with you not even like wanting to job? I mean you know. I'm sorry I'm going on now now. I'm rambling I how many bass players were probably just beyond. Yes this auditioning you were trying to well. Hey at it. So that's I have to stop and say I mean clearly. This is an example where faith and God's intervention has a lot more to do with where you are than you just your talent now your talent clearly at all guide honestly I I would I personally I mean. I ignored him when he said there's a I I would never gone out for that. I would have never gone a lot like I got caught his giving me every day operative ahead in my life it all God. I don't even think I'm awesome. You know what I'm saying like. I don't think it's not my own merit. I oh yeah I deserve this? It's just a big between have been really really like you think I can do it like okay if I don't know I don't think a lot of people think I'm being falsely modest or I'm not I'm just not. I'm trying to hold withhold information on comedy. I'm not.

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"bishop curry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:22 min | 3 years ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Back now to our conversation with Carla hall, Sarah, Gaither and Lizzy skirt Lizzy, I wonder as we think about baby Archie the new Royal baby. Whether we need to look at this through a slightly different lens. I mean, one of his parents is from the US, but he's going to be raised in the UK in Europe where views on race and culture are not ideal. It's not a utopia. But where they're they're a little different. I is there possibly some hope there or some concern there that he's going to be raised in a different kind of environment than the US. Yeah. Well, I mean, I think as someone else said that the the being raised Royal is very different from how all of us are raised. But I know that they're going to get an American nanny. And that they're also thinking of living, partly in LA and at the wedding. We really saw how much Meghan embraced both the black church, you know, but the American version of being black our culture here. And so I'm very confident that that's going to be a large part of his upbringing. I mean, obviously, I can't tell the future, but the couple is signaling that and that gave me a lot of hope seeing that at the wedding. It was interesting with the wedding. I'm just trying to search the program really quickly. There was a lot to carry on that that question Lizzy. There was a great presence from the African diaspora. But it it really varied. I mean, there was the sermon by Bishop curry who's the head of the episcopal church in the US. There was the gospel choir who performed which was British. There was the classical cellist who performed who was a British youth of African descent. So, you know, I think maybe in other parts of the world, they view blackness in a very different way than we do in the US. Oh, I think that's absolutely true. And one of the things I love about this couple is they are using their platform in order to show how many different ways blackness in the world exists. And I think one of the problems one of the things that helps perpetuate racism is that people don't know that even black people don't always know that how many different ways people are black in the world. And how many different things we've done, you know, one of my best friends is who and the part. She loves. Most was that there was you lading right at the end. And so that's what I'm hoping that this will help biracial and multiracial children. Also, see how many different ways they are allowed to exist in the world. Let me get to a comment from Ellen who emailed my husband was adopted from Korea. And I am white as child my husband had no interest in Asian culture as we had children. I assume that our family and religious geographic culture were enough. I was wrong. My teen kids told me recently that they were very confused about who they were as younger kids. They didn't have words or know how to ask these questions they noticed their differences, and I need them to be able to know their differences. Sarah. I'd love you to respond to comment, particularly for parents who raise multiracial multicultural children, but who don't know how to share multiple perspectives on the multiple cultures. Yeah. I think this is what's the unique challenge for multi racial interracial. Families is a lot of parents aren't necessarily aware about these questions at their kids are going to have because they are growing up a completely different background than either of their parents. And we know so much the socialization kids get from their parents growing up. About their culture their race's their backgrounds or lack thereof really is directly related to how much they identify positively with their sense of self, and what I would encourage parents to do who don't know a lot about their background. So I think not all parents necessarily know their lineages historical backgrounds. You know, it might be worth your time to spend a little effort to figure out some of those things because your kids will likely ask down the road. We are now in a society where young kids the undergrads I teach at Duke talk about race in ways that I think are completely different than people from older generations. And so putting in a little effort, and maybe having some open family dialog discussions allowing your kids to do a historical ancestry kind of project right for school. Those kinds of things are nice Safeway think to bridge. These conversations initially. And by the way, I found the names I was looking for from the program. The most Reverend Michael curry who was the presiding Bishop of the episcopal church in the USA gave the sermon at the Royal wedding cellist Shakoor of Mason, performed after the vows were exchanged. He was he's a. British cellist who won the two thousand sixteen BBC young musician of the euro award. And he's the first black musician to ever win that award. Let me get to that tweet from Jessica who wrote, but you don't look Mexican is something I've heard my entire life. These words have made me more conscious and proud to raise my Mexican Irish German daughters to be strong, proud Latina's Carl. I'd love your reaction to Jessica's tweet. I totally identify with her getting the, but you don't look Mexican because I've heard through my life where people will say not black people white people will often say, you don't look black or I didn't realize you were black. I think as all the guests this morning. We'll tell you black people Latinos people of so-called of color, though, I hate that term come in a spectrum of colors and doors spectrum of shades. And I totally understand a need to deep child who looks something who looks like they could be many things too steep them in an understanding of all the different things that they are. So that they can take that with them for themselves and also to. Tell other people about you said, you don't like that term people of color one on. Well, first of all, this will really date me. It reminds me when I was little watching the Walt Disney's wonderful world of color the TV show. It just seems a little simplistic and a little I I don't know. It's it's totally kind of physical or sort of emotional reaction. I have to it. It just seems a little odd to me. However, I don't have a great alternative to it. I think we should just talk about what we are in black or multiracial. I'm as many of the people who've left messages for your show have said this and this and this, and that's me. So what do you find parents? Find most effective to teach children when someone says to them. Well, but you don't look whatever it is what what seems to work the best for parents in terms of teaching kids how to respond to that. So I don't think there's a ton of documented evidence right on what practices worked passing. I do think a lot of it depends on what type of multi racial background. You are what kind of climate year living in or going to school in. How you physically look. Right. Those are going to shape the types of questions for me, my own thing that's worked really well in my life, which I've told to parents and other kids are doing it too is carrying around a family photo. Or if your kids are old enough to have smartphones. Right. Whipping out a photo of your family is not necessarily proof. But I find that it's a very easy way to sort of show people. You know, my family does look different than yours or what you expect biracial family to look like or not to look like. And it's a a good safe talking peace. And so having those types of approaches, I think are really positive and reinforcing and again get that child. Also, remind themselves in that moment of identity denial that they are part of the family that they love and love. Them back. And I think it's those belonging issues that we see so often for multi racial youth that reminding them of their family and their structures and their backgrounds is is what's most important little details into that comment from Jill about passing and using that undercover status to raise awareness, one mother called in to tell us about a conversation. She had with her young son about the responsibility that he will bear someday as a biracial adult. Here's what she left in our inbox. I have to multiracial kids. I've always cringed at the idea of telling my kids what their identity is. I've wanted them to you know, work that out themselves. However, one of my kids looks white and he was having a hard time with multiracial park and was referring to himself as white. And I finally just said, you know, some days somebody's gonna say something really racist to you. And it's going to be your responsibility in your obligation because of the. Privilege of your skin color to say, something and to stand up and advocate. Thanks very much for sharing your story with us Lizzy. I'd love to get your reaction to her story. Well, something you might want to tell your son and also show your son is I love the story of Walter white who is the head of the N W C P and very white looking. We say completely white looking and he used his color exactly for that. He used it to go undercover reveal racism in housing discrimination in many places, and I've always taken him as a great example of a way of being completely black and looking white, and, you know, something we can do also for our race if I'm not mistaken, Walter wide. And of course, we're talking about the one from the ACP set breaking out of your mind. Walter white also used his. Color to infiltrate Klan rallies and gather intelligence about lynchings, and that's part of how he became the president of the C P at the time if I'm not mistaken. No. I think you're not. We see my I think I was thinking of the housing because something my parents also did. But yes. And, you know, one of I guess the advantages of white people telling us will I don't think you're black is that we can use that in a very positive way to help our entire black community the car that sounds like it's a lot of pressure to put on a little kid like because of the color of your skin. You have a responsibility now to be a social Justice warrior. Yeah. It does sound like a lot of responsibility. I I think that should be something a choice on the part of the person. I think whenever I've been in a room over over the course of my life when someone said something that was offensive about black people or stereotypical, and they didn't realize I was black. I would always say something, and I was proud to say something and hope that I could educate them, and I have no problem having that role. I would I guess I would hope not that a child. Would be taught to feel obligated to be that social Justice warrior, but would be told it's okay to be that social Justice warrior. It's okay to confront people. And let them know that they've got wrong ideas about people. You were emailed you're using the one drop rule in the United States as universal principle. You're imposing a US Centric rule on the world. I'm not sure if that's useful as global principle. Look at Brazil, the Caribbean. The Middle East the Arab world etcetera race and color are much more fluid. Internationally, Suzanne tweeted, I am a light skinned second-generation Colombian and grew up with the question. What are you in the summer? I would get very tan and was asked if I was melodic or Asian. I grew up not really knowing how to identify..

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"bishop curry" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Yes. Mike gallagher. Weekdays attack right before Dennis Prager at one night. Seventy the answer. This is Jerry boy of townhall finance for townhall dot com. The old saying the episcopal church's Catholicism without the pope might be obsolete. The presiding Bishop of the episcopal church has chosen to subvert the church at its core by penalizing, the Bishop of Albany for refusing to allow same sex marriages in his diocese last year, the episcopal general convention passed a resolution that allows congregations to have same sex marriages despite the objections of their Bishop I attended serving the episcopal church myself, and this goes to the very heart of the Piscopo government. This church is built around the authority of bishops in their diocese. It's in the name will buy the Piscopo bishops are to rule in their diocese and not rule in other diocese for the sake of theological, progressivism Bishop curry, and the church leadership have undermined both biblical orthodoxy and the defining feature of the church's authority. It's a sad moment for the church. I'm Jerry Boyer. Public policy dot dot EDU your table, ladies. Thank you so much so Vicky how have you been great. It's been so long last time we saw each other with what your daughter's wedding on that yacht. What was it the Atlantis? Yes. The atlantis. It was perfect for the wedding with its three decks bridal, suite, immaculate restrooms dancefloor and state of the art sound system, the food and service was great. And I hit a baked those delicious rolls right on. Boy. Do you know I've been trying to decide what to do for my daughter's Sweet Sixteen and some corporate events. You should absolutely look the Atlantis. They do more than just weddings, sunset cocktail parties bar mitzvahs luncheons and guests are able to board from several locations. Francesca was so easy to work with collar at two one two three eight five nine thousand four hundred or Email her at events at France touch of class dot com. Charter the Atlantis for your event today. Call Francesca, two one two three eight five nine four hundred or visit France touch of class dot com. For a limited time mentioned AM nine seventy four. For free menu. Upgrade on the Atlantis..

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"bishop curry" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"bishop curry" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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Royal Wedding: NC's Rev. Michael Curry quotes MLK, compares love to fire

Outside the Loop Radio with Mike Stephen

00:47 sec | 4 years ago

Royal Wedding: NC's Rev. Michael Curry quotes MLK, compares love to fire

"Report sponsored by spothero organic liquid fertilizers here's dottie pondo right the royal wedding is still going on the first african american to head the episcopal church is delivering the sermon at the royal wedding the most reverend michael curry was born in chicago but grew up in new york his remarks moments ago a time when you first the to center around you and you're the level power paula in law bishop curry speaking on the power of love prince harry and meghan markle didn't know curry when they hand picked him to become a part of their ceremony some royal watchers say it's a break from royal tradition and it's not to markle at.

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Chicago bishop Curry to give sermon at royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Pro Football Talk Live M

01:58 min | 4 years ago

Chicago bishop Curry to give sermon at royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

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Chicago bishop Curry to give sermon at royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

24 Hour News

01:10 min | 4 years ago

Chicago bishop Curry to give sermon at royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

"On the planet plenty has raised nearly two hundred thirty million dollars so far but it had to embrace a longtime farmers crutch government handouts japanese city of sapporo seems to be having second thoughts about bidding for the twenty twenty six winter olympics a spokesman for the city's bid promotion department tells the assoc press public opinion polls are indicating a preference for twenty thirty in an email the spokesman said sapporo's not made an official decision yet whether to withdraw from pursuing twenty twenty six but he says polls show it might be better to bid for the twenty thirty games sapporo which held the nineteen seventy two winter olympics is one of seven cities to show interest in two thousand twenty six the international olympic committee will decide enact tober which bids are serious and the winner will be picked in september of twenty nineteen chicago bishop will be giving the address at the royal wedding in windsor on may nineteenth kensington palace says the head of the episcopal church the most reverend michael bruce curry will give a sermon at the wedding of prince harry and american actress meghan markle he'll join the.

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Chicago bishop Curry to give sermon at royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

24 Hour News

01:21 min | 4 years ago

Chicago bishop Curry to give sermon at royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

"The selection is ridiculous the newest star wars movies premiered in hollywood the ed donahue reports on the potential summer blockbuster so low a star wars story stars alden ehrenreich as hand solo but that's okay donald glover plays a young landau cal sian there are no chances he would say no to this the japanese city of sapporo seems to be having second thoughts about bidding for the twenty twenty six winter olympics a spokesman for the city's bid promotion department tells the associated press public opinion polls are indicating a preference for twenty thirty in an email the spokesman said sapporo's not made an official decision yet whether to withdraw from pursuing twenty twenty six but he says polls show it might be better to bid for the twenty thirty games sapporo which held the nineteen seventy two winter olympics is one of seven cities to show interest in twenty twenty six the international olympic committee will decide enact tober which bids are serious and the winner will be picked in september of twenty nineteen chicago bishop will be giving the address at the royal wedding in windsor on may nineteenth kensington palace says the head of the episcopal church the most reverend michael bruce curry will give a sermon at the wedding of prince harry and american actress meghan markle he'll join the.

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