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38 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jemar Tisby. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jemar Tisby, often where they are interviewed.

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38 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jemar Tisby. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jemar Tisby, often where they are interviewed.

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Jemar Tisby, Woke Ideology, then Jeff Riddle's "Shocking" Statements

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For the first hour we thought through the conclusion to a presentation from Dr. Jemar Tisby, considering standpoint epistemology, whiteness, etc. Then I looked at the -shocking- statements I made in the debate with Dr. Riddle on the TR. Ninety minutes. We will do another program, Lord willing, on Friday.
Oct 13 2020 · 1hr 31mins
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Be The Bridge 209 - CRT (Critical Race Theory) Why is this a repeat of history? with Dr. Christina Edmondson & Jemar Tisby

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Description: This episode brings together Be the Bridge founder Latasha Morrison with two scholars, Dr. Christina Edmondson Ph.D., and Doctoral candidate Jemar Tisby. Both are thought leaders in the push for racial equity in ecclesiastical spaces. In this episode, the conversations will center around the topic of CRT which is short for Critical Race Theory. We strive, as a podcast, to give you, our listeners and supporters, foundational tools to help you develop a clear historical and biblical perspective as it relates to race. LaTasha’s discussions with Christina and Jemar guides us through critiques of inequities and misrepresentations found anywhere, even in academia, that creates racial disharmony.

Host & Executive Producer - Latasha Morrison

Senior Producer - Lauren C. Brown

Producer, Editor & Music By - Travon Potts

Transcriber - Brittany Prescott

Quotes: “We need to be critically discerning everything that comes before us and submitting it to the Word of God...” - Dr. Christina Edmondson

“Folks always have tried to label people as a way to disempower them and that’s especially true when it comes to black people.” - Jemar Tisby

“Whereas there are other church traditions that would say like, well, of course, this church racism is baked in, in this country…” - Dr. Christina Edmondson

“There’s a popular phrase that says history repeats itself...more accurately history doesn’t repeat itself, history rhymes.” - Jemar Tisby


Podcast link: https://podlink.to/BeTheBridgeSocial handles/links: Instagram: @LatashaMorrisonTwitter: @LatashaMorrisonFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/LatashaMMorrison/Official Hashtag: #bethebridge

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Sep 29 2020 · 59mins

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Episode 422: The Church’s Complicity in Racism with Jemar Tisby

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At numerous points throughout American history, Christians had a choice to confront the evils of racism or quietly ignore them. In a challenging conversation Jemar Tisby, author of “The Color of Compromise” and host of the “Pass the Mic” podcast, explores key moments from the arrival of the first African slaves in 1619 to the rise of the Religious Right in the 1970s when the white church in America chose silence or complicity rather than faithfulness. He also explains how Christian arguments to justify slavery are still being used by some today in the wake of police violence and Black Lives Matters. Also this week, Skye and Phil discuss why neighborhoods are becoming more segregated than ever. Tim Keller’s definition of “righteous” challenges our American and economic belief in self-interest. IBM is using A.I. to create fake crowds for televised sports during the pandemic. Plus, Amsterdam has an innovative solution for a scourge of “wild peeing.”

“The Color of Compromise: The Truth about the American Church’s Complicity in Racism” by Jemar Tisby: https://www.amazon.com/Color-Compromise-American-Churchs-Complicity-ebook/dp/B07BB6R827

“IBM’s Watson to help tennis fans argue with each other:” https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/01/tech/ibm-artificial-intelligence-us-open/index.html

“These planter-like urinals are Amsterdam’s answer to the problem of ‘wild peeing’”:  https://www.cnn.com/style/article/amsterdam-sustainable-urinal-scli-intl/index.html

Sep 16 2020 · 1hr 35mins
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First15 Conversation: Jemar Tisby

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This is not a comfortable conversation. It is, however, an important one.

Today we’re taking a break from our focus on mental/emotional wellness to have an incredibly honest conversation with Jemar Tisby, the author of the book The Color of Compromise. We’re diving back into the subject of racism, hoping to better understand its history, its current affect on our world, and how we can be a part of the solution.  

We discuss things like…

-Is racism actually a systemic issue?

-What is the church’s involvement in the history of racism?

-Is supporting “Black Lives Matter” supporting an anti-Christian organization?

-Practical steps we all can take toward racial reconciliation

Here at First15, we believe that God is for racial reconciliation, but we also know that it will take a continued willingness to have uncomfortable, yet grace-filled conversations if we’re going to see true change. We hope that this can be one of those conversations.

First15 is a daily devotional written and recorded by Craig Denison. If you would like to learn more about the First15 app, books, blogs, videos and our other resources, please visit first15.org. You can always reach out to us on our contact page on the website. 

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Sep 16 2020 · 48mins
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Jemar Tisby, The Church’s Complicity in Racism

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Today, we continue our ongoing conversation about racism in America by examining the church and its role in perpetuating this tragedy. To guide us in this conversation is the incredible, wise, Jemar Tisby.

Jemar is president of The Witness: A Black Christian Collective, where he writes about race, religion, politics, and culture. He is also a co-host of the Pass The Mic podcast and his first book, The Color of Compromise: The Truth about the American Church’s Complicity in Racism is required reading.

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Aug 24 2020 · 42mins
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John MacArthur, Jemar Tisby, and Elders

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Every once in a while you just have to go on a rant. In this episode of Matter of Theology we discuss a variety of topics. We take a look at the faithfulness of John MacArthur and Grace Community Church. We look at those who have abandoned him. We analyze biblical eldership. We also discuss a tweet by Jemar Tisby.

Grace to You Articles:
https://www.gty.org/library/blog/B200723/christ-not-caesar-is-head-of-the-church http://teampyro.blogspot.com/2020/08/questions-we-get-about-gcc-elders.html
Aug 07 2020 · 1hr 15mins
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Christian Racist Complicity: American History, Monuments, and the Arc of Justice / Jemar Tisby & Ryan McAnnally-Linz

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Jemar Tisby, author of the NYT bestseller The Color of Compromise: The Truth about the American Church’s Complicity in Racism, joins Ryan McAnnally-Linz for a conversation on how American Christian history has failed us. In this episode, Jemar explains the complicity and compromise of American Christians; the narrative war that confederate monuments wage (and how they were erected much later than you might think); the ugly theological justifications of racism and the shameful history of Christian white supremacy; the fraught project of selectively naming heroes and villains and then memorializing them; and the practical problem of how to go forward rightly from this moment of increased attention to racial injustice.

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Jul 11 2020 · 53mins
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#110 A journey towards racial equality - with Jemar Tisby and Mary McCampbell

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Jemar Tisby is a historian and the author of New York Times bestseller The Color of Compromise. He serves as president of The Witness, a Black Christian Collective, and is working on his PhD dissertation at the University of Mississippi. Dr. Mary McCampbell is an associate professor of humanities at Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee, where she teaches courses on postmodern theory and fiction, film and philosophy, and popular culture. This week we talked about racism: What is systemic racism? What do people mean when they talk about white supremacy? How has the church resisted or reinforced racism? And how are we as Christians called to bear witness to injustice in our communities? Don't miss this challenging conversation.To learn more about Regent College and its upcoming events and courses visit:www.regent-college.edu
Jul 10 2020 · 49mins
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TSF with Mike Kelsey: Why History Matters + Jemar Tisby

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We are so lucky to have three episodes this week, all hosted, created, and curated by good friend of the pod, Pastor Mike Kelsey.

Today, along with Jemar Tisby, author of The Color of Compromise, Mike will help us understand why American history matters as we think about racial justice and why current events like the murder of George Floyd aren’t just isolated incidents.

(**All books mentioned and linked this week will be using Mike's affiliate link on Amazon. So buy up! Doesn't cost you anything additional- just gives a small portion of Amazon's commission straight to Mike!**)

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Jun 22 2020 · 1hr 9mins
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#513 Jemar Tisby: The Color of Compromise

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Our friend Jemar Tisby returns to the podcast . His book "The Color of Compromise," came out last year, but has found new legs in the current anti-racism movement, along with a new companion documentary of the same name.

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