White Male Desires to Identify as Filipino Opens the Door for a Lot of Questions (from November 28, 2017 – for The Daily Nerv = Is This Old Story an Example of #WhitePrivilege?)

  (Photo via 10News WTSP)   Many people find that their race and/or culture (among other things, such as religion and career) gives their life meaning and rightfully so. One may take pride in the beliefs, art, and/or cuisine that they have learned and enjoy sharing with others. It is quite possible that these things haveContinue reading “White Male Desires to Identify as Filipino Opens the Door for a Lot of Questions (from November 28, 2017 – for The Daily Nerv = Is This Old Story an Example of #WhitePrivilege?)”

Monday, October 9, 2017 – I Read My Piece – “Piers Morgan Makes Some Valid Points About The Confusing Politics Of The N-Word” – to a Class of College Students

Today, I had the pleasure of reading my piece (that was published on The Federalist website) – “Piers Morgan Makes Some Valid Points About The Confusing Politics Of The N-Word” – to a class of college students.  The professor is a friend of mine and it just so happens that his class was touching onContinue reading “Monday, October 9, 2017 – I Read My Piece – “Piers Morgan Makes Some Valid Points About The Confusing Politics Of The N-Word” – to a Class of College Students”

Everyone Does Not See Racism Everyday……

Racism.  Goodness, I am so tired of seeing this word or accusations of it.  I am tired of people inflating issues to make it seem like the issues surrounding race or skin color today is akin to the racism of old.  I believe that it is not. I honestly do try to be patient andContinue reading “Everyone Does Not See Racism Everyday……”

ReThinking the Issues Between Law Enforcement and African Americans

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”

Episode 21 – Conversation with Dr. W. Bradford Wilcox @WilcoxNMP

Next on Thinking It Through: I interview Dr. W. Bradford Wilcox about an article that he co-wrote, which deals with the Church helping African American males to flourish n America.  The article appeared in The Atlantic magazine and was titled: “How the Church Helps Black Men Flourish in America”. Dr. Wilcox on Twitter National MarriageContinue reading “Episode 21 – Conversation with Dr. W. Bradford Wilcox @WilcoxNMP”

Episode 12 – Talking Racism with Thomas Collings (@tacollin) and a Theology Mix (@theologymix) Post by Chris Linzey (@chrislinzey)

Next on Thinking It Through:  I have a wonderful discussion on racism with Pastor Thomas Collings (my 3rd guest), which was inspired by a Theology Mix post by Chris Linzey.  The post titled – White People, You’re Still Not Listening – gave us plenty to talk about and I hope that we accomplished discussing thisContinue reading “Episode 12 – Talking Racism with Thomas Collings (@tacollin) and a Theology Mix (@theologymix) Post by Chris Linzey (@chrislinzey)”

Episode 10 – Brandon Elrod (@brandonelrod) Interview – #Election, #Race (#LilWayne #Controversy), and Sound #Theology

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”