Those Meddling Kids: "The Antiracist Witness of the Black Church" with Dr. Malcolm Foley
Footnotes with Jemar Tisby
Far right Christians and their anti-CRT crusade tend to suck up all the attention. But there are different Christian approaches to racism. Christians concerned about racism can look to Black Christians and their long history of resisting discrimination in the name of their faith. Rev. Dr. Malcolm Foley is the Director of Black Church Studies at Truett Seminary and co-pastor of a multiethnic church. He explains what we need to learn from the Black church tradition. Follow him at @MalcolmBFoley.If you appreciate this content, please consider becoming a paid subscriber: JemarTisby.Substack.com Feel free to share this podcast! Use the hashtag: #ThoseMeddlingKids Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Pastor Malcolm Foley shares his #LeaveLoud story along with fellow Mosaic pastor Slim Thompson. Support the Pass The Mic podcast at patreon.com/PassTheMic Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On March 29, 2022, President Biden signed into law the “Emmett Till Antilynching Act.” While this is historic, it is also over 100 years and 200 failed votes in the making. There are mixed emotions following the bill’s unanimous passing in the Senate and in light of the moment, I’m taking this opportunity to re-air … Continue reading Episode 138 – Rev. Dr. Malcolm Foley
Podcast with Malcolm Foley- Advisor to Linda Livingstone
This interview with Malcolm Foley explores what he hopes to accomplish as advisor to Linda Livingstone for Equity and Campus Engagement; his thoughts on identity politics and black liberation theology and a lot more topics on spiritual development and racial reconciliation
Episode 043 – Malcolm Foley, Department of Religion at Baylor University
That Makes Total Sense!
The soon to be Rev. Dr. Malcolm Foley was on the podcast and I can honestly say it was one of my favorite conversations to date! Malcolm is a PhD candidate at Baylor University and his dissertation research asks the question, how Black Protestants affirmed their own dignity in the late 19th and early 20th … Continue reading Episode 043 – Malcolm Foley, Department of Religion at Baylor University
Lynchings, Protests, Unrest, and Racism in America with Malcolm Foley
How have black protestant's responded to their lynchings through American history? Malcolm Foley (PhD Candidate in Religion at Baylor University)joins Matt and Derek to discuss his research on this issue and how it illumines some of the current events surrounding George Floyd, protests, unrest, and racism in America.
Episode 258- Malcolm Foley: Lynching Then and Lynching Now
Crackers and Grape Juice
Church Historian, Malcom Foley, joins us on the podcast to talk about the murder Ahmad Arbery within the context of the history of lynching in the American Church. Malcolm is a fifth-year PhD candidate in Baylor’s Department of Religion, studying the history of Christianity. His dissertation investigates African-American Christian responses to lynching from the late 19th century to the early 20th century. Malcolm earned a BA in religious studies with a second major in finance and a minor in classics from Washington University in St. Louis. He subsequently completed a Master of Divinity at Yale Divinity School, focusing on the theology of the early and medieval church. During his time there, he served Trinity Baptist Church in New Haven as a pastoral intern. He is currently the Director of Discipleship at Mosaic Waco in Waco, TX.You can find his article here: https://mereorthodoxy.com/ahmaud-arbery/?fbclid=IwAR14W_k9WUxQQfIS6IwiUJ-3YpO1it_WqGTG7bOPTYYzqlcGwiacQc41wmQ