We're kicking off our new series on the Parables by deconstructing the Parable of the Prodigal Son(s). Plus, Brandan Robertson, author of True Inclusion: Creating Communities of Radical Embrace, is our Heretic of the Week! Don't forget to check out Katy and Brandan's True Inclusion course as well.
Joined by Brandan Robertson, an LGBTQ+ faith leader and activist, your Worldly Wellbeing hosts, Luke and Holly, engage with the benefits and drawbacks to social media, the power of staying connected online, and what could be next in for humanity as our online spaces increasingly blend with the offline. Connect with Brandan via his website: http://www.brandanrobertson.com/, and on social! TikTok: @revbrandanrobertson Twitter: @BrandanJR IG: @brandanrobertson
In a recent video, a minister named Brandan Robertson accused Jesus of repenting of a racial slur. What are the impications and dangers of such an aberrant Christology? Pastor Foskey responds on today's episode.
Thinking Presuppositionally, Brandan Robertson and Chris Fisher
Alpha and Omega Ministries
How do we think presuppositionally- Today we took at look at two issues, one with Brandan Robertson and his -Jesus was a racist- video, and then on to a debate on Open Theism with Chris Fisher, and his amazing claim that Yahweh gains knowledge by -counting water- in Isaiah 40-12. Hopefully helpful examples and teaching-
277 - Embodied (w/ Dr. Preston Sprinkle and Rev. Brandan Robertson)
Pastor With No Answers Podcast
A conversation on transgenderism through lenses of science, theology and real-life stories. Preston Sprinkle, President of “The Center for Faith, Sexuality and Gender,” wrote a new book called “Embodied,” with the purpose of helping readers understand the complexities and emotions of this highly relevant and polarizing discussion. Also joining the conversation is Rev. Brandan Robertson, (author, activist, theologian and part of the LGBTQ community himself) who brings an opposing outlook on people we know as transgender individuals. Both of these men aim to walk in the steps of Jesus' love, and given their different views pertaining to this discussion, the means to love a transgender person will likely look a great deal different between the two of them.Part two of this episode will be released this Wednesday as we have Lisa Salazar respond to the content of this episode. Lisa is a transgender woman who happens to also be a Christian. Preston:https://www.centerforfaith.com/about/leadership/dr-preston-sprinklehttps://www.prestonsprinkle.com/https://twitter.com/PrestonSprinkleBrandan:http://www.brandanrobertson.com/https://twitter.com/BrandanJRhttps://www.tiktok.com/@revbrandanrobertsonJoey/PWNA Instagram: www.instagram.com/joeysvendsenCurrent DonorSee: https://donorsee.com/pwnahelpsGet notifications each time we start raising money to get more information on our current opportunity to “save the day” for team humanity. Text PWNAd to 31010. Support:Join us as a patron! https://www.patreon.com/pwnapodor leave a Venmo tip right @ https://venmo.com/joey-svendsen Join the discussion: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PWNAtalkSocials:https://twitter.com/pwnapodhttps://twitter.com/joeysvendsenhttps://www.facebook.com/PWNApodCALL 507-403-PWNA (7962): Questions, Comments, Feedback, Pushback, frustration? Air it out on our voicemail and we may air it on an episode. E-mail PWNAcontact@gmail.com for correspondence. Music courtesy of:http://www.derekminor.com/https://mechanicalriver.bandcamp.comGuest Producer of this episode: Andrew Holder(E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for your podcasting needs)Executive Producer of PWNApod: Jared Svendsen
Ep. 31 My God is Better Than Your God: Christian Privilege (Live @ Q Christian with Brandan Robertson)
Have a Blessed Gay
Welcome to Have a Blessed Gay, your weekly spiritual-comedy podcast! Join holy host, Tyler Martin, as he critically discusses social norms, current events, mental health, religion, and spirituality from an outcast's perspective. This is the very first live podcast episode! Recorded at the Q Christian Conference 2021, Tyler, accompanied by Brandan Robertson, discusses Christian privilege. Although one of the more controversial episodes of this podcast, it is a very important and crucial topic. America is seeped in Christian privilege, so even people who are not Christian encounter Christian privilege on a daily basis, whether they realize it or not. Listen as Tyler and Brandan dive head first into this controversial subject. Get hyped, y’all! This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp! Get 10% Off BetterHelp therapy by using my code! www.betterhelp.com/blessedgay Guest: Brandan Robertson IG: @brandanrobertson Twitter: @BrandanJR TikTok: @Revbrandanrobertson www.brandanrobertson.com Brandan Robertson is a podcast alum. He is an author, activist, and theologian, working at the intersections of spirituality and social renewal. He is the author or contributing author to, count’em, twelve books on spirituality, justice, and theology. Named by the Human Rights Campaign as one of the top faith-leaders leading the fight for human rights, he has worked with political and social leaders around the world to end conversion therapy and promote LGBT+ rights. Your Host: Tyler Martin Instagram: @tylerisaacmartin Follow Have a Blessed Gay and Reach Out! Instagram/Twitter/Facebook: @haveablessedgay www.haveablessedgay.com Email: email@example.com Q Christian: https://www.qchristian.org/ U.S. Helplines National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 Trevor Project Helpline (LGBTQ+ Youth): 1-866-488-7386 Trans Helpline: 877-565-8860
139. "A Long History of Shame" with Brandan Robertson
Why doesn't the church engage well on sex? Is there something we missed as Christians? Listen to Brandan Robertson share his research and thoughts on the subject. CONNECT: - @brandanrobertson bio.fm/brandanjr--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dismantle-pod0/support
Poema S6 053 | Brandan Robertson on our Nomad Journey
Today my beloved friend, pastor, author and activist Brandan Robertson returns to the podcast to discuss his own recent journey, the release of two new books, and the movement of the spirit which we might be seeing and how this has been reflected in recent politics in both the UK and USA. Brandan talks about his own experiences and reflections of the last four years, the toxic evangelical system of power and his own experience of it as an LGBTQ progressive Christian, how we might move forward, and his own hopes and vision of what the future might bring. Brandan also shares more about his own personal journey, and the creative process behind his new book of devotionals, and talks about his faith journey of the last 8 months, the questions and doubts it brought, and how the pandemic has impacted his experience and understanding of the divine. He also talks about how we can find a sense of God, of hope, if the worst happens in the US election. I left this conversation with a real sense of hope, I believe you will too.
Christianity and LGBT with Reverend Brandan Robertson
The Alphabet Mafia Podcast
What does the Bible say about homosexuality, how the church can embrace homosexuals, and why there's space for "progressives" in Christianity. Reverend Brandan is an author, preacher and activist. Find Brandan at http://www.brandanrobertson.com/ and follow his social medias.Tik Tok: @revbrandanroberstonIG: @brandanroberstonThank you all for supporting the show!Please leave a review and subscribe to help us out!Visit us https://thealphabetmafia.com/Check out our YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClrrU4ZeaIJ7sAx7ATUC7mQIf you are struggling and need urgent help, please call The Trevor Project 1-866-488-7386 or visit https://www.thetrevorproject.org/Interested in being a guest on the podcast or featured on our blog? Write us an email including a brief description (name, orientation, where you were raised/currently live, occupation) and put "Prospective Podcast Guest" in the subject line at firstname.lastname@example.orgCheck out our socials:TikTok: alphabetmafiaInstagram: The Alphabet MafiaTwitter: @onegayfamily
#27 Inclusion and Intersectionality with Brandan Robertson
What's Really Good with Nathan Allebach
Brandan Robertson is a pastor, blogger, author with his latest release "True Inclusion: Creating Communities of Radical Embrace," and activist who is best known for his work as an LGBTQ+ activist among evangelicals. In our conversation we went into his story of coming out as bisexual in a christian community, talked about his new book, and the broader cultural conversation on intersectionality in our political and religious systems. Enjoy! Follow Brandan on Twitter: @BrandanJR