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"james cone" Discussed on Seis e Um

Seis e Um

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"james cone" Discussed on Seis e Um

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"james cone" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"james cone" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Dern his charlotte q. Liberal hand head. You heard what happened in my church this weekend. Sandy i thought about it hurt by now. This lady got a rift. Right before communion sister somebody. She knew lady in town. It's got the real tall hair had new piled on her head and she was just journ church. She had been under suspicion of drugs due to the fact that she constantly constantly holland. She don't hollow right at church. You know you're supposed to wait to preach you get warmed up and the music is playing accents on that and it's the third time when you're supposed to get happen holland yom's lose your hair and your glances everything that's okay but see this later. Come in the church salad and they don't welcome on Women eggs layer committed down at mount holyoke olive second baptist church of god in christ. 'cause they just don't think she's a spear emotional and other days she was up in the end we were having shirts and she was doing her usual holiday. The police come through the back door. A risk top put high in hand curves charge her. We put a fortune prescription for pain. Killer thin nerve. pm. Hollis cough syrup and they just announced different a whole that. We're gonna take this laid out of here in. The police was expected to protest. But we just thought that clinton told them care home. Get regular food. Step out of here so we can have rio church up in here. Not this craig's churches. She won't have no well. That's the news. Pat's it onto your mom and telling mistake to come back to church senate crave later. Go ahead our guest. Today is pastor. Stephen stephen broden. The book is pawns of change pastor. When you every person. I know Who grew up in the church which is most who happens to be black. They are the most socially conservative people. I know values based church based and yet the democrat party has had a hold on the black on black voters in large numbers in this country with an agenda. That is antithetical to everything. My friends believe how. How do they keep both groups under under one tent. Well the bible makes it clear in colossians chapter two. I eight see to it that no one takes you captives callosities empty deceptions according to the traditions and according to the elementary principles of the world rather than according to jesus christ we are people who are so sensitive about racism that will listen to anyone who will tell us that we are in the category of where we are in america because of racist and we listened to them and we're no longer listening to jesus christ we're no longer seeing the world through a biblical lynn. We're seeing it through the lens of the marxist. There are instruments that are in the toolbox of the marxist let have been used very effectively against us liberation theology. James cone retried theology out of a bible theology into a race theology intersection -ality crt critical theory and by the way critical theory is a method used by the socialists. To ties everything to destroy. All of these are instruments in the toolbox used to create division to create strife at separation in the culture. the goal of every good marxist and socialist is to create chaos. Chaos is their best friend because out of chaos. Come a new world order. So when you're no longer listening to christ when you're no longer studying the scriptures and allowing god's definition of what is right versus. What is wrong that you're subject to the seduction allurement of the left and that with happen to the church in the black community and in america it is quite frankly inept it has no power because he's not listening to the voice of christ pasture when you say what you've just said coming from your heart based on your faith with love for your fellow man of all colors. What do blacks that have. Maybe never heard this before. Respond to you. Because they have to overcome your objection. They have to disagree. What do people say to you. I get a reaction from all spectrums. There are those who are aware of the fact that what i'm saying is true and they're broken hearted as what has happened to us as a community. They have been guilty of voting for black politicians who are socialist until soda community out. Then there are those who are angry because all they see is raised and that they see their problem as a result of phrases and they're angry at me and they're calling me names and they're avoiding me as much as they can. Do you care that they're angry at you. Does it matter to you at this time. America is about the flip. I'ma found the alarm. I must tell the truth at all cost and that that means i stand alone i stand alone but i'm not standing alone. There people waking up to recognizing that this has been an organic not an organic effort is been a synthetic effort to flip america to change us. The bill gates. Did george soros the warren. Buffett's the the clouds flop. These men are working to create a new world. Order it. they're buying. They believe that they can create something better than what we have. Right now. It is So let's get it. This is this through our political power. We can make a new race of men and women who will live in the harmony and peace with our principles of social justice and socialism. Just what they see everything we have they hate and they wanna replace it and create something brand new and of course you know so. Let's get dedicated. His books rules for radicals to say so they're in pursuit of a spiritual idea. And it's antithetical to the scriptures into the word of god. I was.

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"james cone" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"james cone" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"I can't figure out why anybody would do that. And so i kind of a change alex. Well my friends at least have an excuse. They were born there. You know but i picked it. And so i went back in. I thought you know what was that. Fifteen year old girl. Like why did she choose that church. What was it and guess what it was. It was about hospitality. It was about being part of a community that new it story and could tell stories both of your own spiritual life and of the bible and it was about connecting people to better spiritual practice deeper spiritual practices. This is what the evangelical church does. Well write a so. It's about learning how to read the bible and learning how to pray and learning how to share my faith in the world and all these kinds of things and so those are the same three things that later i would run into at the liberal church santa barbara but it was in this evangelical package and so all of a sudden i realized. Oh my gosh well. That's why liked it. They gave me a home when i was a hurt. Fifteen year old girl and what does does a young teenager one. Besides a home. And then i went to evansville local college and boy. Did i love that. Because that was about studying theology for the first time we had this renegade professor who was very young and i think that he might have been the very first ever evangelical theology profit anywhere in the united states to teach a class liberation theology. So we're sitting in a class and evangelical college and we're learning about james cone and oscar romero and gustavo gutierrez. And it's like this is not standard evangelical fair and so we're getting all stirred up about the kingdom of god is among the poor and the preferential option of the poor and we decide as a group of students that were going to go. And we're going to do something about it. And so we. We started a street ministry in santa barbara and that was amazing. We thought well that's not that hard. We're just kind of going in chicago. Santa barbara how tough is santa. barbara street ministry. You know so. We start going down in mexico where we did environmental cleanup and we were building an orphanage and we were working with churches to take care of the needs of the children in these little impoverished villages and all throughout ensenada and so that was an eye opening experience. I'll never forget when you know. There's like twenty probably and we drove into this one village and the village was made out of tires. And i asked the person who's with me the translator. So what's going on here. And he said oh this village he said. This is american trash. American store their old tires over the border in san diego. And it's the only building material that these people have. They go pick up tires in the back of their pickup trucks. And they come here and they build their houses out of our trash and you know when you're twenty and you see that it just the rock your world especially if you're from southern california where it should money growing on trees you know so. We all sort of became these theory. Radical pacifist environmentally concerned. Tepelea committed christians where we understood that. Jesus set a table in the world. And that the lordship of jesus was really being the one who was at the head of the table and then invited everyone to dine is that was what lord was. And this is where the political question starts getting answered that was in the late nineteen seventies and so we're doing our thing traveling. The world been christian radicals reading sojourner magazine. We started an alternative dorm for the vegetarians on campus..

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"james cone" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"james cone" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"As the sacrificial lamb so that saves our souls but sees christianity as a means to revolutionize society and how it wasn't revolutionize society is always through top down government intervention. It's always through. Marxism liberation theology perpetuated primarily by james cone in the twentieth century. Has its roots in the frankfurt. School has its roots in marxism. Those aren't just boogeyman. That's true you can study liberation theology. That's what it is critical race theory and liberation theology for people who profess to be christians like uber max kindy are inextricably inter- intertwined you guys know critical race. Theory views the world through the lens of race through the lens primarily of black and white categories is white people as forms of oppressors Categorizes black people. Non white people usually just black people. As as on the side of the oppressed and views every american system every institution every even interpersonal interaction through that particular lynn's and then liberation. Theology comes along and says that christianity is supposed to is meant to liberate the people who are on the side of the oppressed. In particular black and brown people from the oppression that has weighed them down. Not spiritual oppression but physical economic oppression. that's what christianity to the liberation. Theologian is to christian to professed. critical race. Theory is wrong. I mean it's not based on the bible. Jesus is not the social revolutionary. You see a lot of these people also saying that. Jesus was a palestinian that he was a palestinian refugee. Socialist revolutionary and. He wasn't any of those things. Palestine didn't exist that he was jewish. That's actually by the way people don't realize when people say that jesus was a palestinian like that is a trope that's perpetuated by a lot of muslims in that region to try to claim. Jesus has their own to try to claim. Jesus as as their own prophet and try to strip jesus of his jewishness. It's an anti-semitic trope. Anti-christian trope this idea that jesus was a palestinian when the region of palestine was not established when jesus was around he's jewish he was a galilea. He hailed originally from he was born in bethlehem and so It's just inaccurate. It's all an effort to try to make jesus into this marxist political figure. He just wasn't that and he also wasn't this american flag carrying capitalist either and. I'm certainly not saying that when we tried to make god and to our image no matter what it is whether it's a political image or a racial image whether you're on the right or the left the prosperity gospel is typically associated with a right sees. Jesus is some sort of genie. Then you've got this narcissistic gospel. Which says jesus just a cheerleader. Who comes along for the rest of my life and tells me how pretty i am and then you've got the liberation theology critical race theory. Jesus that sees him as this black palestinian freedom fighter marxist. All of it is wrong like all of that is idolatry..

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"james cone" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"james cone" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

"Of them they all filled with the holy spirit and began to speak in other languages as the spirit enabled them to speak. There were pious jews from every nation under heaven living in jerusalem when they heard this sounds a crowd gathered. they were mystified because everyone heard them. Speaking in their native languages they were surprised and amazed saying look arts all the people who were speaking galilea liens every one of them. How then can each of us hear them. Speaking in our native languages it goes on to name all of their languages. So i may be taken an easy way out by not having read all of the cultures. They are from and the typical move win reading. The pentecost story is to focus on the unity of all of these first believers coming together and being compelled by the holy spirit to understand one another and all of that is true of this scripture. It's all imperative to this story and yet they're still something more to pentecost. The holy spirit helps. The disciples. Share this message of christ a message of christ ministry of christ a legacy of christ salvation. That is offered to each of us. But let's look closer at who the audiences that the disciples are speaking to that fifth. Verse gives us some insights pious jews from every nation under heaven living in jerusalem while they all live in jerusalem. These people who are listening to the disciples are all from different nations. They're all jewish but they all have different backgrounds. They have different stories. They have different cultural context and the holy spirit doesn't descend and make everyone speak the same language instead. Luke writes that they heard the disciples message in their own native language. He actually recounts that fact two separate times here. He says it in verse six. He says it again in verse. Eight luke wants his readers to understand this to understand that the holy spirit is reaching the people exactly where they are in their native language in their own individual cultural context the holy spirit meets them where they are we to have different voices. We have different experiences. These differences should not divide us or make any of us better or less than anyone else. How do we celebrate the ways that we're different. How do we allow the holy spirit to speak to us where we are at without disparaging anyone else. I've spent a lot of time. The past few years being intentional. About the voices i exposed myself to. I've read books. Watch movies heard stories and still. I am not an expert on racism in the manifestations of racism around us. I am a white woman from a middle class family who has had a lot of opportunities in my life. And as i read stories of people of colors experiences in the past and present i've found myself a little shocked at some things i've heard and learned shocked at some of the histories that surround us preparing for our last sermon series. Chris doubt and i both read. James cones the cross in the lynching tree we talked about james cone featured him as one of our theologians and as i read his book i found myself unsettled to read about these historical accounts of lynchings in america. That happened less than one hundred years ago. I wasn't taught about them in high school or college or seminary. I know of lynchings. But i didn't know the extent and the mass spectacle they were in our nation in the early nineteen hundreds and as i began to read and immersed myself in the historical manifestations of racism i was enraged. I was moved deeply. And at the same time i felt overwhelmed. How do i listen better to my neighbor. When they say they experienced instances of oppression on tuesday. It will mark one year since the murder of george. Floyd and as i listened to the stories of people in america recount how things have changed and not changed since his death. I began to think back to my time at perkins. I remember hearing from two separate professors people of color. Who told me they had been pulled over regularly while going to smu and regularly meeting a few times every single year during their five to ten years serving at perkins each time they were pulled over. They never received a ticket. They never received an apology. They both believe they were being profiled because they were people of color in an affluent area. As i heard these stories as a seminary student i remember reacting surprised. I remember commenting that. I had never been pulled over and i probably deserved a ticket. A few of those times too. And then in both instances. I went about my day. I have to ask myself now. How do i live in such a way that i am compelled by scripture scripture. That reminds us in corinthians that have one member is suffering. We're all suffering. How do i live my life in a way where i am so deeply to the humans around me that i don't just go about my day. My first step in recognizing racism in the world was to familiarize myself with the histories of our nation's from perspectives of people of color people. Who don't look the same as me. And my next step was to recount back to moments where i witnessed acts of racism around me or was told a story from someone who was deeply affected by racism themselves. And i encourage you. If you feel moved at any point during the series i invite you to journey on a history lesson of the oppression of people of color throughout our nation's history and to think back to your own experiences of racism when we have a posture of openness we begin to notice the real world around us when we have a posture of openness. We don't stay siloed in our own echo chambers when we have a posture of openness. We can't ignore the systems that surround us when we have a posture of openness. We assume the best of one another and we listen deeply to each others perspectives and experiences. One of my colleagues. Dr reverend dr edgar is the senior pastor at new world united methodist church in dallas. He wrote an article about a year ago. Four our conference titled zm bias. We all suffer in the article. He recounts his experiences as racist of racism as a mexican american and even while he was a pastor leading a congregation. He.

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"james cone" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"james cone" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

"Everybody. I'm chris out. And this is off script the podcast for every week. We take a deeper dive on last sunday. Sermon talked about the theology behind it and get a chance to discuss anything that ended up on the cutting room floor. We are right. Smack dab in the middle of our easter season sermon series. Called faith matters. Faith matters question. Mark is i guess. Week three yes of this particular series. And i'm loving this series but i have to say like i want to keep reading more of these theologians and i don't have enough time. Weird is doing a very brief introduction. Yeah folks for sure. And so. I'm hoping people can. At least you know get connected to at least one right kind of dive a little bit deeper at an you know. We're we very intentionally wanted a diversity of voices. So we had the the earliest church theologian time. You're very orthodox theologian. And then last week. We had a an abolitionist and a woman's rights advocate in likud ma. Today we're talking about james cone breaks added about this next week. We're talking about a lane. Heath think you and i both had it and perkins And then we're gonna end with francis and clare. Got the perfect balance of men and women We have a person of color today. We have a very contemporary person and local. Even he was for a while so You know there's with two thousand years of tradition. There's lots of folks. We could talk about fisher and we wanted to stay away from the obvious. The ones like argo. To's yeah so yeah it's been it's been a good spiritual practice for me to treat some people. I don't normally indus finding out people i never the creature ma. I'd never heard her major. Shot out stephanie for her. Yeah those are good. Good git Okay so just to recap the first week. We talked about common humanity. Last week we talked about common problem. Today's come solution. And so i want to talk about why we settled on that order. I mean i mean. I kind of note but why do you think people sometimes go ahead into okay. Let's talk about the solution and why that's not helpful You know it's it's fine to start with the solution you not. I'm a big fan. Yes he is the solution here the alpha and the omega the beginning of the end so that would be fine but the reason we laid it out like this. You know the the theme there. There are several things but one important thing for me in the series was to talk about our our commonality like what we have in common for obvious reasons for the weren't we live in a very divisive age in a very divisive kind of moment in this age and there's plenty of things that can divide us and so i felt like starting with our common humanity was week one the fact that we are all created in the image likeness of god. I think was an important starting place now the systematically like if we were doing our crato in systematic theology..

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"james cone" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"james cone" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

"Of god is our gift to god justifying grace reconciles us to god incorporates us into the body of christ and sets us on a journey toward wholeness sanctifying grace continuously forms in us the like this of christ and sheds the love of god abroad and our hearts our actions and our relationships. Wesley affirmed that. God's grace is universally present in all an irresistible in none. Although god's presence empowered to create forgive reconciling transform are universally and persistently present we can resist god's brushes presence and work in uh us in the world the freedom to say no to the invitation to be reconciled and transformed remains contrary to the calvinism of his time wesley affirm that we can lose our responsiveness to grace and therefore backslide or shut ourselves off. From god's grace still god's grace remains steadfast ever blessing sustaining and beckoning us toward wholeness salvation. In other words we grow in christ likeness as we open our lives to god's presence and power at work in each of us and in the world that redemption that salvation. It's our choice. It's not something that just happens upon us when we have water sprinkled on our heads when we say certain words instead salvation is the way we actively live our faith out in the world. It's a living breathing. Real authentic aspect of who each of us are. This means that we can't save ourselves. We can only accept to. God's love this new product of life of new beginnings being offered to each of us Creator i stopped short earlier when i shared the james cone quotes. So we're going to read that last sentence now. Christians must face the cross as terrible tragedy was and discover in it through faith and repentance the liberating joy of eternal salvation when we recognize the cross for what it is yes sign of hope and redemption and also a symbol of death in what james cone would call a symbol of tragedy. It's when we recognize every aspect that we can truly begin to understanding the redeeming love of our god. We can accept the grace. That's already being held out to each of us in the open loving hands of christ. Peter reminds us. Change your heart and lives. May that be our mission today. In every day to continuously choose christ to choose love to choose new beginnings and redemption story. Time and time again..

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"james cone" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"james cone" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's what they're preaching white nationalist got Jesus white, Very white God right, everybody as a psychology student how it realized no one had ever studied how white betrayals of God and Jesus actually influence how people see the world. So eventually he did his own study assessing bias with a computerized test called AAA 80, a raised implicit association task, which measures attitudes towards race. He presented subjects with various images White Jesus among them and after it's measured their bias again, and when people are exposed to images of Ah ah white Christ, it makes those implicit associations more pronounced, which means that they had a more pro white Bias after being exposed to an image of a white Jesus exposure to a white Jesus Pictures actually intensifies the view that white people are better than black people, whites from his ideology. That is both conscious and unconscious. Don't mean that is like a white supremacist in a white sheet running around terrorizing burning crosses, but an ideology that associates Whiteness with superiority and blackness with inferiority, And this image reinforces that ideology consciously and unconsciously, Howard and every other critic of the image I spoke to are not calling for forced removal. They just want churches to think more deeply about the impact of thes betrayals of Jesus. And they're especially concerned about depictions of white Jesus in black judges. When we have these images that we worship right and black people are the most religious group in the U. S and have been for a long time. And overwhelmingly Christian. What I would say for these black individuals is if you don't want to get rid of the white one put a black one up there next to the white one, and this is primarily thinking about Children. Because now They're not just solely associating. Godliness will whiteness. There's a Mork complicated picture that's being painted, Remember and bio chewy, the pastor in Detroit His church displays no white Jesus a mile down the street from the famous statue, which still bears it's painted black skin is the shrine of the Black Madonna, which showcases a mural of Mary with deep brown skin holding a dark skinned baby Jesus. Chewie, still that image for the first time when he visited the charge of 15. It just felt right. It was kind of like a revelation. I said, Oh, wow. I never even considered the idea that Jesus could have possibly been black. Wow. Who could have thought of this? Jesus was a man of color. We're just correcting the historical mistake was trying of the black Madonna was founded in the sixties by a black Christian nationalist Albert Clegg Jinya, who asserted that historically Jesus was a black man with ties to Africa. Other thinkers like James Cone when more interested in how imagining Jesus hanging on the cross as a black man being lynched could bring Christians closer to understanding God. To claim that Christ is white is indeed it anathema is a betrayal off this God, who has created us all as sacred beings and has promised us all a just future Reverend Kelly Brown Douglas Episcopal priests and theologian and author off the Black Christ. Why it Is it a betrayal of that, because whiteness reflects what it means to be a part of an oppressive culture in reality. And we would be suggesting that God is on the side of those will press that God is on the side of white supremacist. Unlike Clegg, Reverend brand, Douglas doesn't think Jesus was literally a black man. The symbolism is what she's after. Where would the crucified Christ be today? You could see Christ in the face of a George Floyd, right, as he cried out that said he couldn't breathe. That reminded me of Jesus from the cross crying out and saying, I thirst Religious images invite believers to draw closer to God. They can also represent a worldview. So Jesus has been imagined as George Floyd as a native American. A man with AIDS. The list goes on. So why aren't there more churches like cheese? His church has an outpost in Liberia, where there was a lot of pushback when he brought them. Prakash is featuring Mary and Jesus with dark skin. I had never seen images like that before. They, too, had grown up with images of Jesus as white. It's hard to go against what you've been conditioned to believe, especially as it relates to religion..

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"james cone" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"james cone" Discussed on The Moratorium

"The flying nun easing gun smoke, Oh my God I've got flying nun written down right here. Death Valley days as a TV series. Oh. My God that was eighteen seasons. What the Shit two, hundred, ninety, six episodes. Never seen it. Didn't have Ronald Reagan might be looking Denver piles in it. I just I don't know I I should've clicked on that path. Thing like a bad idea. Now I'm doing I'm kind of like spiraling down, but we brought this up before now bring it up again. So my guy. He was in the movie candy. Okay. All right we brought it up before because Ringo Starr is in it. Yeah. I'm sorry. I can't let it go. Candy Has Marlon Brando Richard Burton James Coburn John Huston Walter Matthau. Ringo Starr and John Astin lots of faces and it reads Candy Christian an innocent high schooler encounters, numerous colorful characters and humorous sexual situations while attempting to find the meaning of life. I only hope she's not having sex with. Marlon Brando Richard Burton James Cone John Huston Walter, Matthau Ringo Starr, and John Astin. When Richard Person is your like. In the movie. As names. MEC, Fist Sto. Something is terribly wrong. Marlon Brando's is named Grendel. It spelled grind with an lvn I don't know I'd give me not like this at home at on that shows that still and John Huston and he looked like he just cropped us this poor girl he's. Probably has no control. God mayors one with Richard Burdens nuzzling her a girl look like sixteen years all this looks all wrong. Every bit of it. Right, should not have clicked on the pictures. I I'm throwing my computer away. There's no way to come back from. This is this Marlon Brando and several wigs. Oh my God it looked like Marlon Brando trying to be Jamie Gum? There's And, a little bit of The Love Guru this is off. So. Sorry. Whoever did it should be ashamed of themselves. Wait till I make my yarn straight to this movie. and. Can't way then all of a sudden it's welcome to the yarn while I'm your host Tim. Do all over again groundhog day. Refilling Caveman. How So. He was also in a movie called Evil Roy Slade okay, meanest villain, and the West falls for a pretty schoolteacher and tries to change his ways butted determined an ego maniacal singing sheriff is out to capture him a singing share. Starring Mickey Rooney Henry Gibson Dom deluise. Milton Berle Johnston, God? And? Pat Morita. None of those guys have ever eaten a vegetable in their entire like it is just red meat and quickey. When you said, all the mains, their faces kind of flashed in my mind and I was like. Wow. Anyway. Evil Roy Slade. It just seemed interesting that I never heard of this. It was a TV movie. And it was written by Gary Marshall. Okay. and Jerry Belsen. Remember what Jerry Belsen is from now I don't know who Gerry. Jerry Belsen is the breather. In student bodies. all. Very interesting. I just saw that and I'm like, Oh my God why as Richard Brando at means from this movie, he decided you know brand does a better name. I'M GONNA ride under him. I guess. I'm sorry brand not in this. No. Anyway Johnson, look kind of insane in that movie. Why don't be the Teddy? Bear? I don't know. I love it though I. Was So ever. Yeah. He the most wanted and most hilarious outlaw in the West Evil Roy slade and he has a teddy bear. There's another guy in that show. That if you look at it you. The One Star Trek uniform are. Man He's in a ton, a Roger Corman movie. I think he played the devil in the dead interesting. Yeah. I just saw it hasn't very like you know. Joe. PISCOPO. Erkan. I go in a lot of police but. I can't pronounce his last name. I'm not going to bring it up again. John Astin was in operation petticoat. Okay good captain caveman and the teen angels wait a minute additional voices for the cartoons is. Just just as additional voices, Oh okay. I remember he is the voice of thing like I almost want to a isn't it be boards battle in rocky and? He has a very distinct voice. Yeah. But his stuff goes on forever using different strokes riptide. National Lampoon's European vacation. Remember he was the pig in a poke host. When they were on the the game at the very beginning. God. He was several characters in the love boat. Saint elsewhere. he was in attack of the killer tomatoes. Yeah. Has What Dr Gangrene There is a cartoon of attack of the killer tomatoes. And slightly remember that don't remember that he comes back to play professor gangrene. Um Man. In return of the killer tomatoes, he comes back to play professor gangrene reprising Israel. he was a recurring character in night court. Well, yeah is Harry Dad Right? Is that right? Man I?.

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"james cone" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"james cone" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"A really score. Lee Voice was kind of way buoyancy tiling that and my wife could do that perfectly. To crack. Everybody wants you to do James Cole. But anyway Ah, let's get back into this. They were next year on the edge. This is being taught in schools. And it's going to be taught in schools this fall like it ain't never been taught before that. They're they're saying I was gonna say threatening, they're going to do it. Because they know how damaging this is in terms of bringing about bringing about Ah, hated class. And a dominant class and they hated class C When you talk like this now, it sounds like you're being racist. But you're not. You're being truthful. And what happens is because you're you're vilified by the people that are trying trying Tio, their proponents of this This is the crush white people, elevate black people and bring about a big come up. It's because America is based on hateful racism, and it's time to get a payback. That's what this is. It's being Passed off his education. It's not educations propaganda, as a matter of fact, what critical race there he does to you as a white person. It puts you into an argument. That you can't discuss where you you might win it. Ah, discussion Where? Ah, you're somebody takes point, eh? You take point B point B will never, ever, ever prevail. No matter what you say, That's what this is. It crushes you put you into a box and black suit in there. So we talked about this in the last segment. Don't repeat a paragraph here. This is what Ah critical race very encourages. Racism isn't something white people can cure themselves are just by wanting to let's just take that for sons, so others let's say, for example, you have discriminated against somebody because I don't know for whatever reason. I don't like that person. I don't like him. I don't even know him. But they they bother me and their certain color and I don't care whether it's brown or yellow or red. I They're not like me. So I'm going to discriminate against him and by the way, one of the most basic basic of genetic human features in every race. Even if you're black is to be wary to be cautious off somebody that isn't like you. Anybody That's not like you that immediately raises a suspicion Biologically. There's no way out of it psychologically. Got it. But when we become civilized, we will avoid from savagery, brute savagery. When we move away from it and become western, civilized, we step doing that. The actively stop doing that. So anybody that is acting in a way where they're being nice to everybody and and nothing's based on whether you're black or what or whatever, you're civilized. And we are so what people are capable of that, too, but not by this theory. Racism in isn't something white people can cure themselves or just by wanting to. So let's say you're a Ku Klux Klan member and finally ofsome. Let's hear David Duke, and they will wake up one day and you come to your senses and you say You know, I I've been this Ivan. Acting stupidly is horrible. I want to knock this off. They're saying that can't happen. These clowns. They're furthering this air, saying this can't happen. This goes on to say you can read 1000 books. You goto hundreds of protests. You conducted dozens of black people. You could maybe even come to Christ. But I'm going to help, you know. I had to insert two come to Christine because they left that out, but until the systems of oppression are permanently dismantled. White people are for ever stained with the guilt and shame of racism. What are they trying to dismantle? Asked him. What are they trying to dismantle? Asked that question. Stand back and just listen that don't buy into it, Which is what all these little kids in the street are doing right now. No, they're they're dismantling property. They look at property. They've actually said it. Property is a form of white oppression. This is being said, literally. That is the battle cry of the streets today dismantle the systems of oppression. As you listen to people who are calling for change. You may have trouble deciphering what they say. But it makes complete sense to them because they've been indoctrinated by critical theory. Indoctrinated by critical theory. If you've never heard of critical theory, you're not alone. Most of the people who follow its philosophy would be hard pressed to describe it. By the way, it's Jefferson makes no sense. And that may include you. To some degree. However, it is one of the principal frameworks behind today's angry voices to the shadows, as many philosophies are, but it's very dangerous, especially To the church. What does this book that's out there now? Um Oh, I'm drawing a blank on the name right now. What is the book? Somebody in Face book will tell me It's the one that was just penned where white people are evil. What's it called? Oh, I can't believe they're putting it in the school system right now. Lembeck was always by the way. Glenn Beck was all over critical race story to I and the whole thing that was coming up with the the real true instrument institutionalized racism put forth by Hussein, Obama and crew. And James Cone. I mentioned me and Sean. But it was me, Sean and back. There were other people as well. But but we were at the top of the leading the charge screaming about this stuff in 2007. About this offer goes on. What fragility? That's what it was white fragility. That's that's straight up evil. Guess what that's going to be in your kid's classroom. Because you're gonna have to read it. What? What fragility is is a book that does nothing more than beat white people with a blunt instrument until they come out and accept the lie. The lie that is inherent in the book. It's the same thing that happened to Winston in 1984. It is exactly nothing. I saw T shirt once and said, Let's make Orwell fiction again. I love that should have got it sure, still out there, but that's it. That's what what fragility is. That's what this critical race serious. You will wind up in a position where by you'll admit Analogous to two plus two is five or you will not get out. It will be made to feel pain. You will be shamed. You will be humiliated. You might lose your job until you admit the equivalent of two plus two is five. That's what this is. The primary goal. Of critical race, Terry is to overcome the social structures that oppressed people that's up. That's how they said it's been immensely influential in the study of history, law, literature and social sciences. Not surprisingly, the creators of theory Of the theory drew heavily from Karl Marx and Sigmund Freud. Wow, there's a couple of real losers. Our focus will be on this is the the author again of this. His name is Tim Tyler. Our focus will be on the offshoot of critical theory known as critical Race theory. See, Artie. And I will pick that up when we come back from the break..

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"james cone" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"james cone" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Close. ELISA Brady box means Back to school has been a familiar cry for families for decades, and Livingston Christian schools in Brighton. It will be again very soon will look a little different this year, probably, but the safety of Livingston Christian School students will continue to be a top priority. Live instruction five days a week is the plan about Levinson Christian schools is also prepared to adjust if needed. Livingston Christian Learn more at Livingston Christian schools dot ord. Dana Show If you are never given the choice, can you really say that you've chosen if you've never been given the choice. How can you say that You've chosen How can you attribute that to a growth in your character? How can you attribute that to a maturity of your spirit? How can you attribute that to anything Good within you if you were not given the choice to do good. Tune in for the Dana Show. Weeknights from 60 weighed on Wham Deena Show from Michigan along 94 somewhere and harbor or somewhere there, abouts. Dish again by the name of unusual name. I have to sit alone. They won't get on my nerves from, I guess somewhere in Michigan along 94 somewhere and Arvo, your crime agent Skye, You're fine Maintenance guy, sort of unusual name. I have to sit alone. I'm ready to get up and do my thing. Switch gears in them in here. I want to get through the rest of this explaining this critical race story. That's up on us right now. That's that's why people are doing what you're doing in the street because they listen to this crap from school. Remember a guy named Father Flicker. Remember him? Catholic? Brief study under street from Jeremiah Wright. Remember those guys? James Cone? Remember James Cone? All this comes from Flicker. And right, Of course, James Cole was the main evil. Let's call it the Satanic Demon. With regard to this, he had.

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"james cone" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"james cone" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"It's a rough life I know. But as the Lord's servant, the health and wellbeing of your flock necessarily comes immediately after your family because that is the vocation you were called to. Back to the conversation. Now in the case of an individual, harbouring bitterness or anger. We want to discuss forgiveness. This is we want to bring this conversation further into forgiveness what it means to forgive and how to forgive as believers, we should understand that we are to forgive much because we have been forgiven much. We have sinned, and we still in everyday against a holy God and we deserve death. But the Gospel demonstrates that Christ died in our place in order to bring about the forgiveness of sins in reconciliation, not just with God, but with one another, and we are to be reconciled to our brother. We're told that. Over again in scripture, be reconciled to your brother. We are told to forgive seventy times seven. Regardless of what has been done to us. The, Christian life. Is One. Of extending forgiveness. Welcome back to the conversation chronicles I'm here again with Chris and episode. We're going to be talking about forgiveness extending forgiveness and grace now this is mainstays. In the Gospel Right. This is necessity. This is elementary when you really start to think about it Elementary Fundamentals of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and that's extending grace learning how to extend grace, and then learning how to extend forgiveness as well and. A lot of times. We think that the sins we commit. We deserve grace, and we deserve forgiveness. But we're not so quick to extend that to other people. So now how do we fix that? How do we remedy that right we're. We're talking about race and racism. And, we're in this conversation. We're listening to the experiences that a person has had, but they. It sounds like they may be harboring some bitterness. They're harboring some anger. They can't quite let. Some things go and extend forgiveness. Right. Yeah well. What's interesting man about? With what we're talking about right? We're talking about We're having a conversation about applying the gospel when it comes to issues of race and racism. And one of the things that you continue to see and have seen for a long time. Is this. This concept of unforgiveness, this concept of that's ultimately were the thought of reparations and racial reconciliation comes into play. Is that You know that there's something to be paid back for sins committed? and and one of the things that you see in today's world is is it just seems like a lot of social justice? And and and and and to be honest, a lot of The the woke crowd the woke evangelical like Jamal Tisby that th that refused to extend Grayson forgiveness even though there are people that have not sinned against him or them bread recklessly, and where this stems from is something that we saw written back in the sixties and seventies by James Cone. In his book black. Theology and black power he says this quote..

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"james cone" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"james cone" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

"Hello, everyone, this is Margaret and this is amy and this week. We're talking about what all of this has taught us about our kids Oh. Yes, a lot. We've been learning and growing guys learning and growing. We heard from one listener in particular, and I managed to lose her name I'm sorry and she wrote to us and said. Can you please talk about the sort of this? Moment has actually been kind of good for some kids and really hard for others. This mom has a special needs. Needs Kid who's doing classes over zoom, and this mom is actually having to sit with her and hold her up, so she can see the screen for these zoom classes that are a pale comparison to what this kid is usually getting, and that is really hard, but I think for both the kids who have weirdly thrived during this moment and the kids who have really struggled, there's both ways are stuff rest to learn and take forward. Yeah, I mean I think that it certainly has been revealing. I'm going to come in hot. Amy and say that this whole experience for me has been about learning that I my kids much more and much less than I thought I did before this all began. And like I am kind of joking, but at the same time it's been chock full of lessons. I'll say that for it. Yeah, so I, thought we talk about that today. What we've learned about how our kids learn how they sleep how they get along as siblings how they get on along his siblings. The Cardinal Rule of sibling getting along still seems to apply in my house. House, which is I, have three kids. There are seventeen fifteen and twelve and any to get along fine. They I have three possible combinations, and they all work well as a die-hard. Get a group of three going, and it's trouble. How about your house is it the same? I agree and I always I wrote a piece one time and labeling having a third that you have evolved. Evolved sibling and it's like it releases the pressure to certain degree like I can't really imagine how to would work. Even having three, because it is true that the alliance is form and break apart, and that's part of it all day long you know. Yeah, it seems like two must be hard like they're always at each other. They only have each other. You know, but it's because. Because there's an existence of the third because any two of mind, get along great as long as the third isn't around, but you're saying even the thirds non presence is still a sometimes presence that makes if the to only at each other they'd fight. Yeah, I'm one of three sisters and I feel like it's just been our lifetime. Thing that like it's good. There's three of us. I like three. It works for me I have a quote to start with us to help us remember. It isn't all good all bad. Every kid is different. I love this quote. This is from Dr Jay. Belsky he's a professor of human development. He said in terms of this and sort of hand-wringing about how this is affecting our kids. He says the only thing that affects us. All the same way is getting dropped headfirst from the fourteenth floor that you know what's going to happen to somebody the rest. Rest of this is kind of maybe good, maybe bad. Maybe a little of both it's always a little bit of both. My sister-in-law has an expression. It's the double edged sword, but it's the good news and the bad news is the same news and yet there's almost nothing you can apply that logic to I was talking to my niece. WHO's just in a bad situation with the whole thing was in a program that gotten cancelled and she's a college graduate DOT com. It's just not great, you know. And I said I don't want to be this person, but like you will look back at this time and say oh. This led to X. Y. and Z. that's all good I mean. It's just my dad who says you can't do never judge a crossroads and I just think Oh. We're all in that place right now like we're being forged in the fire. We don't know what's going to come out the other end yet, but there's. There's going to be good and bad from it, and your kids can definitely surprise you. I have a sort of an your child for I think you know what I mean when I say look yes ready to see the probably not going to work out in any situation and last night. This child said I really think it's can be fine. I think schools going to start in the fault, but I'm just optimistic like that and. I love it what who forced optimist, but right don't prejudge how your kid is going to react to this situation. This sort of doom and gloom kid has decided that they are optimistic, and that's GonNa approach this and like thank goodness, thank goodness I. Didn't pre assume it was not going to be that way, and I would just say that we've been having a lot of those conversations that what you put into. This situation is what you're gonNA. Get Out of it, and that's been a nice lesson for the yours in my household including myself. Let's start with little kids. Because a lot of people listening have kids who aren't in school yet and I don't want to not talk about that because these were special kind of difficulty. When you have a small child who isn't getting any kind of pure contact and isn't laying because we like grown-ups were bad at playing IVA quote here Dr. James Cone. He studies the neuroscience of human connection, and he says that we're not good playmates. GROWNUPS because we're boring, were impatient and we have other things to do and that it is a toll that's taking on these small kids who just want to play bad guys and you can't do that over zoom. It just doesn't work yeah. Yeah again. The other side of that sword is that we play too much with our kids, and this has been a good reminder of that right well I mean it's easier to say. Go play outside when they have you know siblings or cousins or the kid on the street to play with like right now. That's it's sort of forced that conversation right if you have one two year old three year old at home. WHO'S SAYING MOMMY MOMMY? It's forced. The reckoning of this kid is going to have to learn to play by herself, and that's a good thing because we talked about this a couple of weeks ago. AGO that free play is how kids learn, and the more they're playing on their own, the happier more resilient more of a genius. They're gonNA. Be when they grow up. You're doing a good thing by having them. Play by themselves Yup I am really leaning into that and I feel like that's where my instincts lie as a parent, which is do less mostly because I'm just lazy, and not that interested in it, but I constantly feel the of guilt, which is like wait. Everyone else seems to be like having these curated amazing experiences, and my kids are like just watching screens a lot of playing, you know. And I have found a great relief in this time of like. Oh, nobody's going to mandarin camp, so don't have to worry about it right now. Right exactly like we're all behind in math. We're all behind in learning to relate to pierce. It's going to be fine. Eighty six million people have already written this thing piece, which is like our childhood was basically like our moms like drank tavern smoked while we like fended for ourselves in a very fundamental way and I think there's something really good in that that my kids are. are kind of getting new experience. Although of course, the flip side of that is like my kids are less likely to be like organizing baseball games amidst themselves and much more likely to be playing on their screens or look Anthony Right, but it's a special thing..

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"james cone" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"james cone" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"I mean I look at the guy what he was doing for that instance here is an army of police coming with clubs and shields and helmets, and you think you're gonNA dance through this group of men who are coming in all business and kind of get in between. It's not going to happen, and so I really. Think it was a little aggressive. They could have been a little more kinder and gentler with the guy may be pushing the side or someone said Hey. Mr Move Out of the way, but you don't go like kind of like into the crowd of police or come to do their job and I think that's the problem is that people think they can just do whatever they want to see that coming? You get out of the way. It's common sense well, and that's the thing. Me Just because we do want to get through these points. No No, no, you're, you're fine. It's more justice. Anthony. Mike says like forwards and he apologizes that he should we. We like when you when you speak Mike, so let's look at this. We, we work of vigorously for the freedom and justice, a of black people by extension of audio. The point I see with this is with they're calling. Freedom and justice is not freedom for all people the when you declare that you want. The police defended and get rid of the police so that they not arresting you. That's not going to be freedom for further people okay. But, with each one of these, it actually shows more of the they start off with the thing that everyone can agree with great respect for of ours and celebrate our differences and commonalities. Everyone can agree with that. Okay, with each one of these you start to see their agenda build. We intentionally build and nurture A. Beloved community that is bonded together through a beautiful struggle that is restorative, and an not deplete of so here here Justin to what you said. Here is the narrative right in here. Yeah, the the struggle now now if you read James Cone and any any one that has done anything in the area of social, Justice Black Liberation, theology, you know the name James Cone, but you read his books in the sixties and seventies and eighties, and what's his argument? His argument is that blacks are treated as subhuman. There was A. A time that was true. That's not today. He argues that blacks are not allowed to freedom of vote. There was a time that was true, but that's not today see they're stuck in a narrative. That's the passed arguments that worked for the past and they're trying to use them today, so that is the problem is that they're? They're not having the struggle that they claim the struggle that you see that they're arguing for today is a self created struggle, and if you want the evidence that read Barack Obama's books. He'll tell you that he didn't notice it. He didn't notice racism. He had to be taught it. His mother realizes as a fourteen year old boy that he didn't know what it meant to be black. Isn't that part of being the color? I mean he's supposed to be the first black president, but it sounds like he didn't know it meant to be black. What does it mean it was? He wasn't liberal. Enough see because race is what they call now for. Racism has nothing to do with color of skin. It's the argue it's an economic problem. It's a political issue. Yeah, that's why they'll say can't be racist and that's what I was gonNA. Ask You Andrew. This narrative that's going on. Let's say go back. Sixty years seventy years. We put Andrew Rappaport and his family in Germany. Are they going to say Oh, you're white guy. You're okay, are they? GonNa say. Now I would have a little Jewish have a little yellow sticker with six stars..

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"james cone" Discussed on Apologetics Live

Apologetics Live

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"james cone" Discussed on Apologetics Live

"That I'm not doing all the talking but so when we hear these terms we have to understand that these terms have a history to who them. This idea is grounded in Social Marxism. And you can't remove this from that so you have to understand that this is got an underpinning that's anti biblical Anti-christian. Now you're going to hear people they'll say well we I'll I'll give for instance James Cone who is very well known for Black Liberation Theology critical race theory. Very he is the guy that everyone goes to when it comes to critical race theory and in in his book he actually argues that that it is it's acceptable. It should be acceptable that Jewish people would be upset with the Germans. Here here's a quote that he's got. It is interesting that most people understand why Jews can hate Germans. Why can they not understand why blacks who've been who've been deliberately and systematically dehumanized or murdered by the structure of this this society? All righty hate white people and now here's the thing I want you think about. When he's writing this James Cone in the sixties it is true that many Jewish people oh heated Germans because of what they did? That's not the case today. See Jewish people. Don't go on continuing to hate Germans. For what their ancestors astor did. But that's exactly what he's arguing should be. He argues that because a group of people that died. Long AGO dehumanized humanized people. Then all whites always in America will dehumanize all blacks and that's just not the case so let's let's start off with some definitions LE- let me get you define social justice critical race theory intersection outy. Yes so let let some. Let's do some background here and this is where we WANNA make. Sure we understand the background of this. TR- analogy allergy. So we we got Karl Marx. Who wrote his atkin eighteen forty eight and promoted? Something called Marxism In his book. He says that he believes that. The vestige of government isn't equal distribution of wealth. He doesn't believe in private property and so he looked at ants out people older sold their Labor Labor became Mahdi and and that translates enslaves into a surplus value. Not for the person works but for the business owner the capitalists and so he Karl Marx believed that there is a conflict between what he calls the the working class bourgeoisie. which is the ownership class? So you look at this when he believes Conflicts and he says on a fair. The workers are making the type of money. They're not getting their fair `a'-share according to the owners gay in obviously we understand with capitalism. There are reasons for why this happens. People well who owned businesses a which I had for years You take risks Israel. My is much more work. I mean there's a whole a lot more than just being. The U is an owner of a business. Wait you don't own a business anymore. No we sold it in practice here so your costs come on now. Not only. You're not a real doctor. You're like not even a dentist. Then right I.

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"james cone" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

14:02 min | 3 years ago

"james cone" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"If you go there you will receive this page will get to this page and it says that this starts in nine days from today and you go. What are you showing us this for? Well the contest as an started running. But we're giving away doing theology vandalism giveaway we're GONNA have a a a ton of basically a ton of different things for you to give away and if you want to give them away Or if you want to receive them there's going to be a whole whole bunch on as a whole bunch of things you can do to enter but I want to show you the list. Here's a picture of them but here is the full list that I just want to show you what we're giving away. You can see the picture there with with some of the materials. There's there's actually see here how to answer the fool. That's a movie a film there and behind a whole bunch of other DVD's CD's films and things like that. You have some flash drives from living waters and Justin Peters. You have a bunch of books here from Macarthur Greg Cocoa just impede. There's some heretic name Andrew Rappaport but there's a whole bunch of books here. We have over seven hundred and fifty dollars worth of books. Actually we just added into. Today is a book from Alan Nelson before the throne. His latest book is now included in this. So we've been adding to this and we'll probably continue adding to this and so there's a long list here so so that we got Twenty seven books currently being given away five. DVD's those DVD's actually more because one of them is a conference series that it has Several DVD's in there there's a bunch of CD's sixteen CDs and again there's a conference series in there so there's more the NAT and then three flash drives so this is all the stuff that we're giving away breath and again you can get to it by going to bitterly dot dot com slash C. P. C. contest. And if you do that you'll be able to to Get to this and be able to see everything that we're giving away. We want. 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That's when you can get your questions answered so what I'm GonNa do is I'm going to torture many of you. It and because some of you will find this to be torturous and others may not maybe some of you are going to be agreeing with critical race theory and Black Liberation Theology Someone's asking when the contest states start against the the dates of the contests are December fifteenth. But I guess what I didn't didn't say when does it end. It ends the end of February. So we're going to have all of You're GONNA have half a December but Christmas time you're going to be focused on family so so those of you who really want this are going to make sure you're sharing it over the holidays while the other people are going to wait until January to kick in. But you have all Walla January or February do this. It's a leap year folks that we're going to do it. On February thirtieth figured out. There is snow February thirtieth woods. So we'll draw. We will do the drawing on the twenty ninth of February so maybe some of you have heard of the idea of black liberation theology or critical race theory. Social Justice intersection out. These are all terms. You're hearing more and more and and these are terms. That are not going to go away in fact if you are watching the Democratic National Committee's debates you're hearing these things come up it is is kind of funny if you watch those debates. They just figured out that. Elizabeth Warren is white because the only black woman is out of the race now. And you're saying that the Democrats are they're basing attacking their own now. They're basically going after the Democrats in saying that they're not black enough because I think all of the black African Americans have now dropped out. Maybe the only one that may still be in this. African American is Unfortunately the senator senator of my state Yeah so we have A. I don't know of Cory Booker still in the race or not but So that may be the only one dono. But they're the argument that they're even going after they're saying that there's not enough African Americans who are running that somehow that is showing that the Democrat Party may be racist and this is a thinking. Maybe you you've heard around somewhere somehow. There has to be a enough African Americans or enough. You know if you listen to glad glad I forget what it stands for. But it's like gay lesbian I forget but it's like some action committee to promote homosexuality. And so what the you end up seeing is that they are saying there's not enough homosexuals in the In the marine industry and therefore for there. They should do something about that that somehow they're very got to correct that problem which I not the church exactly a problem but they. They were arguing. That there's only twenty percent representation of people who practice homosexuality inside of Hollywood movies. Now think about that. Twenty percent of the movies are played played by people that practice homosexuality or they're representing homosexuality in presenting it in the movie and yet when you look in America We had a recent census that came out and basically reveals that those who are in homosexual relationships are basically point. Seeing it was point zero three or point three. Forget but let's go with point three. That's higher point. Three percent of America so point three percent of America and yet they have twenty percent representation in Hollywood and they argue. That you'll hear this argument that somehow if you don't have enough females or African Americans or homosexuals or whichever the victimized group that they're arguing for if you don't have enough of them being represented somehow you are racist you're sexist or whatever and this is where critical thinking critical race theory comes in and where you start to see this You know you see this playing out and so we we. We end up seeing a lot of the what's called Black Liberation Theology. It comes from a man James Cone and what I WanNa do is give view some of what he writes so that you can see where this comes from and see a little bit about why. This isn't going to go away and there's no end to it. There's no endgame game so this is going to read the some quotes here today from James Cones Book. Black Theology Black Power Power And so what he's arguing for is he's arguing for a Basically for this black power that he says that we need to have and some of the things that you see. He's going to talk about things. Maybe you've heard people talk about white supremacy let's see And the the thing that you're you have to understand with this when you read his writings and you read what they had what they say. Their arguments are really stuck. I would argue in a century old arguments. They're arguing that African Americans or blacks black power that the reason for black power is because blacks are not treated as human. They are subhuman women in America and because of that that's going to be an issue there also not equally represented in their Voting which I I you know if you think about those two issues yes that was centuries ago an issue where blacks were treated as if they were not human beings almost almost no actually exactly. Shall we say like children in the womb. Today we're children in the womb are told they're not really human human their sub human by the way African Americans in at least in America are aborted at the largest number of any group so if if African Americans really were believing that then what we should see is we should see them being against abortion in killing off so many of their own so there's a whole bunch of quotes here that we could get into and I'm trying to not take the really long ones because that could take two to read so so some things you end up seeing here is here. Here's a quote quote that you have black power. What is black power mean? According to James cone quote black power means black freedom black lack self determination wherein black people no longer view them cells as without human dignity but but as men human beings with an ability to carve out their own destiny unquote no. Let's break that quote down in an exam and he's saying that black power is freedom lack freedom house. He defining black freedom as by self-determination. Well who's determining things in these blacks right now in fact son to think about if you look at this you have many African Americans that what they end up doing is they will will be conservative. And what do we hear when you have African Americans that are conservative. They're an uncle Tom. They're an Oreo black on the outside side. White on the inside because they're not voting the proper way will then. Is this really about self determination or is this about a political agenda because what you end up seeing here is that they're arguing for an end. Someone in the chat is is even saying and look at how they treat How they attack black American candidates own and that's a great example So Mats Madsen here saying that he texted me when I take a breath come in I said the the URL. He's gotTa check his texts right. Would you interesting. How do they treat candace Allen and anyone anyone wants to join just go to apologize? Politics Live Dot Com. The link is there When we get some folks in Andrews in here right now but we get he always lets me know what he's got questions but Oh here uh-huh Matt There we go and so if anyone wants to join an ask questions We can we can discuss those things so so let me let me. And we'LL SUV mess. Thinks about this quote met. Did you get to hear the quote that I read or now a little bit Has Thirty stations here okay. So so here's the thing you end up seeing with this Barack power when folks talk about this you have to ask the question of are they being treated or viewing themselves as not having human indignity. If if that's case where's that coming from. Where is it coming from that? African Americans are not not being treated the dignity. Now the the issue here that you see is this becomes a ever moving target because when you say that someone doesn't and view themselves as having a certain amount of dignity well they can just change once they get to one level of dignity. Change it and say I still don't feel like I have enough dignity because I need need something else. The argue that this is something that can realistically never be achieved. And why James Cone will say and if I can find the quote on quote him. But he's going to argue that it that they're never in in America. Will there be whites. Who will ever see African Americans or blacks.

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"james cone" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

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"james cone" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"All right so We'll we got oh well-to-do wealthy retails of the dark multi-diverse blackest night. It was very weird. It was like you know because of course you know the Black Lantern Rings or table over and impatiently comes down to Mister Miracle Dove and scenario. We're in trouble. They're trying to use her. They were trying to use her to reboot the universe but then she got she gets killed and it's like Oh lobos with them. Ah then so. It's like once dubbed gets killed a basically like rebooting into new universe with low. You know all light they they. They create a new universe but all the lace based on logo so then once everything evolves everyone in the university church trying to kill each other. Because they're all like Lobos. Yeah what what's this big. Chris Burton greenlanders though because far second number one is also about agreement and I picked that up. Because it's the number one I did. I did not get. That was good but the art is absolutely stunning. Shout out to Jamal Campbell. In its written by Ince Jameson. I'd probably pick up the next two issues issues if the interesting story. It's like an original green lantern. It's no one we've seen. Yeah so yeah interested. But it's like this really big push agree green later because because Greenland in series coming. Hbo Max I don't. I don't think it's going to do as well as I know but you know anytime they get the TV movie. They're like oh we gotta do something. In the comics I think far sector would be the best thing not like the traditional stories that they're trying to tell you really don't care about this black anything other. We'd been there. We've done that. I don't hear again no okay. Here's the tales of the Blah. Ah The tales from the dark multi-diverse. DC's doing there. What if because they even have you know I it's always introduced every issue by tempests fugate? A you know. What is his name Ak? They're they're watcher. Basically you know he watches all these dark dark universities. To Be Fair we've had what of AKA elsewhere Before felt elsewhere. But this is such a big rip off because they have they have like a cosmic guy who watches all these alternate alternate universes and stuff and it's like okay okay DC. I see over the fire sector. It's different and like I said that was actually really studying in this. Might be the first female green lantern. IBM behind blue. Praising boom I late it's something we know or now brand new totally Distinguishing Non Redfield crate-like purple or pointy ears horns anything. Now I'll shoot bark skin. I mean just from the slid I saw. She looked human but they I I knew she was like some kind of alien human me. Focus on a humid day. Course they want to focus on human green lanterns. Of course just like a human well. You know what eight seven they just have their own green lantern human patrol at this point. I know but you know it was a real cop when you went enough that so many alien races are humanoid but when humanoid and Blake as luck would have it look exactly like humans and all the parts Mac Matt. It's like the parts match Nadu's yet we have a fried track. The I have a big assumption to assume that you know as humanoid so or even that you know that he is at the thing there is faith of crypt. CONAN's are the same for for for human gender in our. I'm just saying Oh did you. Dane rate of the Doll House family. It had Joe Hill. Mike here is is almost automatically. Had the ticket on knowing it was a good. You like were in creepy sophisticated suspense. Which y'all know I do? It is for me. Oh cool you're because you are harsh critics of you like the must be good. Yeah I enjoyed it. I was like it's a little too late because the middle of November but better late than ever. Hey I'd rather have it to be a little later done good. Then you know all right talking to our thoughts immoral Charlie. Okay I WANNA talk about the black cat which she was Number was this the Brecca annual turn Spiderman Yossi Annual GONNA say. I am like getting into this. I may have to actually start reading the black cat though. Aspirations I've read I I really enjoy. I like the voice of it on the in the the humor without being like a comedy. I I really liked that. I liked it a family that comes from a place of sort of the organic nature of the character rather than you know. Put 'em Oh kind of comedy. I mean she has a personality. It's not that she's like. Oh look she's hot chick. Both black cat in very Jane. I find that very interesting right now. Oh yeah that's Spiderman is popular marble hoping to get all these territories Breckenridge earl black head. They supposedly Sony does have something in the works so it makes me curious because like I said I. I don't know if I was here for that. Black Cat silver sable team I would I would just go for a black cat solo thing you know or and again Our story was that With the what was the over stable in this week with that wouldn't that wreck that was part of me. Yes yes yes yes yeah which I also love and I had no idea that that was the at that happened over fable so that was really. Oh yeah that was a few years ago. That was like not too long before we're auto became superior spider man the first time they reveal it to you that y'all are uproar was it just like she disappeared for a while how you thought she died and then all of a sudden you know after a while she was back and then we're just like oh well she's alive but yeah they didn't reveal that it was an gold silver state. What's been driving? The she was injured at you know and that was cool. That was a really cool. Reveal no matter when he mentioned the auto out again Devin. It's too soon. Yeah well you know L. Number Charlie. Start crying come on now. I like that are solicit that reliance but ninety nine and we also have a doom twenty ninety nine somewhere in this. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Oh Hey special announcement yeah. We'll be one episode special episode in the end November remember in one probably towards the end of December Matt. Konan I and anyone who wants to join us. We're going to be covering the twenty nine thousand nine books that are coming out. Oh the new one yes ask me one of them yet. Dum Dum twenty nine. Oh Charlie you didn't see there's going to be a cone in two thousand nine. Oh here but the actual code. I'm down I'm not sure. Sure Baby. That man he's so one time right now I love it I love. They better rights. Because you know they're pumping off the COENEN content like nick. I gotTA assume that they assume that that coven whether there was a discussion. I got it from that. There was discussion that Disney he said Nope This is ours now. You can't play with it I gotTa feel that may not have been bought lock stock and barrel but I think that we know at least at least the lock in the soccer. There's you know he's not going anywhere anytime soon. Thing about this ain't but catchers annual though is that the actually like had that really cool tie into the main book 'cause you you know a lot of annual. Don't do that anymore enough. Time to this this. Yeah because it's like a Prequel to it's AH black cat number one which is yeah. That's what opens up with her in the museum high potency historic cannot like for five dollars. Thank you for adding a bonus and you know I I I. I love the Little Maggie ritual that was cool to the the murder bride with murder. Whatever they call it yeah they have some excuse in the story for black cat and spider man get married there mafia married? Now now it's going to be like pending Big Bang theory. I didn't think that thing was spider man and Mary Jane Go to get married again last marriage. Israel's Vegas Weather yes beloved. I know yeah I know who red X.. Men Lois Desmond number two now okay. Yeah So am I understand that the island the island is actually wore from like a thousand years ago that recruited or is war. Something else I think. Wars wanted his horsemen. I don't know if it's like from the eighties or nine. These felt the island was a separate thing. The island wasn't war because I think it's very confusing like I think at some point maybe COA was separated. And now it's like you know ten this tax back together. Yeah well because when they have the little offspring talking for war it looks like it just talking to a big rock on. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah so yeah. Yeah that's it. Yeah it very interesting and the idea that you know you talk Creko with the first mutant who was actually. He turned into an island in two thousand years ago and for whatever reason proxy war is or horsemen of the apocalypse. I think it's like they cut supposedly Fascinated so now magneto and apocalypse happily less oversight cable. Why do you need I? Perceived they're both dystopia futures. Pick one and get somebody else family and again I they clones of them. That was going to say well it depends if they died. I guess but I'm just like maybe they clone this out of cyclops. But I'm like why is he so chummy with kid. Cable cable came back in time and killed old cable I mean why. Don't you be a little mad that they're basically the same person but they're like. Yeah you killed you you know. Hey My son you killed this other version of myself. Okay so okay. So so this image people. That's offense. Yeah he yeah. He came back again. Dan before all this started. He killed off all cable. He says. Yeah you're pretty crappy at your job and you know all this all the time confusion and all this crap is your fault. Young incapable kills old cable. Okay I wasn't sure exactly what was going on with it. 'cause I don't read the back referral this house of that stuff. So and and the whole with me okay. So so basically him and Jean living on the moon moon with Wolverine Back when he made that they didn't actually have from like features not genetically you run your run a scan. Yeah they're gonNA come up as their kids kids but yeah they haven't had him. Yeah but also just the idea that he's being all fathers not controlling this not. Nobody is nobody and you know nobody is doing is behaving how you would expect them to say. Hey Mike rituals not always bad. Look all of a sudden. cyclops is good at his job. Come on well that is debatable. Whether he's better is jealous taking care of children who have no relationship to while your wife is gough with a will ring the best there is and what he does actually raising other people's kids even there technically. You're you are the person who you weren't there for the events there's so much wrong with the throw even more Spicy Sup- cables not g technically jeans. Kid It was madeline prior James Cone so that gets even more twisted did oh I saw somebody online degree bishop is the one I saw. I saw something online. Someone brought up a point. It's like yeah you're cloning and bring it back all these dead meetings and everything whereas Madeline prior no one cares. Let's be honest when it wasn't a real mutant doesn't get to come back. Yeah she was a Clo- nine now but I I beat sinister created or anything mister sinister. Like Hey let's try this again. What's go down cyclops? Wolverine can both have a redhead. Go come on. You can't get behind. Clone gingers ginger for everyone. No like I said we'll recall. Gene is almost is creeping. Professor accuracy would know Mellon product clone. You don't uh-huh but technically if that Jean Grey is a clown then she actually So there's no reason to bring back on prior because he is uh-huh prior well. Madame prior didn't have jeans mall mostly didn't up jeans memory. This one is like has a full copy. Jean Grey's brain so maybe she's got a happy happy millions You but now that if that's why everyone's undermined but if you're supposedly dead there ain't GonNa be no more cloning. Because he was the one you know. Keeping a a copy of everyone's brandon and downloaded when they clone themselves are Kinda just live with. They've you Malik. Appreciate it for like new revisits probably a lot easier. Who Don't have a lot of attachments to the way things were and you know what I mean like I get it I think for me? I'm just Kinda like that. my Ex I told you I have a theory. That they're keeping them in limbo so the minute Disney comes out with. Hey this is what the expert is going to be. They can be like. Oh we can mold these. You know what the movie's GonNa versions are GonNa be one Disney plus state real quick. I kind of agree with me is going around if you skip intro on the X.. Men Nineties cartoon your your subscription to be cancelled. Never skip that intro. Exactly I intro. I watched the I watched the first episode. Just to watch that intro. Yeah so they can make better option and I must say I told you. Hey we got Disney plus and he's been watching all the old cartoons his his ham tyler and solo neither like skype in watched movie movie the endure commentary. But only. I don't know how you you know what you know. What's hooked him the same thing? I was watching his exact age spider man and his amazing friends. Okay there you go Dr do method so jet. I'm trying to remember if they're all there. There's like twenty or thirty the episodes on there but yeah I know he's watching the Green Arrow Green Goblin one seven little superheroes on there. Oh Oh yeah. Talks trained Captain America. Yeah because he he was trying to watch some of the nine these ones. He's like I'm going to go back and keep watching amazing being friends. I'm like okay and then you know it was a really good show. Oh yeah all those nineties Ironman antastic four or on their those were the past but a ton of spider man the animated on their so..

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