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Roundtable: Differing Responses On Ferguson


Jemar and Phillip are joined with Dr Alan Noble of Oklahoma Baptist University and to discuss differing views on the events in Ferguson MO and in particular, Dr Voddie Baucham’s controversial article “Thoughts On Ferguson” featured on TGC.

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2 thoughts on “Roundtable: Differing Responses On Ferguson

  1. Kim

    What in the world is Dr. Alan Noble talking about? Unfortunately, feels like he talks in circles and at the end of it. Also, would love to see you host a live round table discussion with not only different viewpoints but ethnicity and races at a host church.

  2. Jimmie

    Hello guys,

    I’m a faithful listener to your podcast, love the work you guys do as a young, reformed, 23 year old married, African American male. It does me a great deal of good, to have a place to come to that lets me know that there are others like me out there in the world and that I’m not alone in this walk with Christ. Love you guys continue doing what you are doing for the body of Christ.

    I think a book to read that is very relevant to this conversation, and the current events happening, is “The New Jim Crow” by Michelle Alexander. It gives a very clear path of how systemic racism does play a roll in minority communities. Michelle Alexander is an African American Lawyer with several degrees and she is well spoken. If you have time please check the book out and give it a read. It helped to open my eyes to things that have happened to me in my life with the police and understanding why. It might provide some insight as to why things happen the way they did with Mike Brown, Trayvon Martin, and most recently Eric Garner.

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