(I participated in a civil dialogue on the recent popular slogan – “Defund the Police”. The words below are read aloud to those in attendance. / The bullet statements are other thoughts that I had but did not say.) Hello, my name is Jerome Danner, and I have been a blogger, writer, and recently anContinue reading “*Online Debate Speech Concerning Defunding the Police – From Thursday, June 18, 2020 *”
Issues stemming from race has a long and storied past and still rears its ugly head these days as well. The problems involving race goes as far back as the exploration of this land by European explorers, then the birth of this nation when citizens could “own” slaves, who were Africans typically. Over the nextContinue reading “ReThinking the Issues Between Law Enforcement and African Americans”
Protesting should be more than the desire to grab attention and shake others up!
Next on Thinking It Through: I have my 2nd guest on the show and we talk about the election, issues dealing with race, and the importance of sound theology. I invited Brandon Elrod (an Intern with the Baptist Collegiate Ministry) on the show to discuss background in ministry, issues with the election, issues with race,Continue reading “Episode 10 – Brandon Elrod (@brandonelrod) Interview – #Election, #Race (#LilWayne #Controversy), and Sound #Theology”
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In my last post, I addressed an issue of priorities that drives politically conservative Christians to not only be drawn to the GOP but also feel compelled to endorse it’s candidate to uphold priorities. Specifically, I noted issues of life and traditional values and expressed the following. These concerns are quite…
In this episode, I spend the entire time discussing 3 different issues dealing with Colin Kaepernick and his protest of the national anthem, why racism still exists, and modesty. This is the first “official” episode but beware of the background noise. I hope to get better at editing on down the line so those kindsContinue reading “Episode 01 – Colin Kaepernick, Why Racism Still Exists, & Modesty”