(That Jesus Podcast) Ep. 63 Deconstructing our Deconstruction of Deconstruction

If you ever get past deciphering the title you are in for a real treat today. Our friends Rebekah and Christopher joined us to push back on Titus' insensitivity in the last episode. We went long, just like your deconstruction should (unless you believe in reconstruction like Dru). Following a previous episode featuring a discussion of deconstruction with Titus Kuepfer and Dru Lattin as well as an article I published here on…

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Through Doubt and Deconstruction: Loving the Ex-Christian

There was a time in my life where I didn't feel comfortable calling myself a Christian. There were doubts I struggled with. I was tired of living up to other peoples’ expectations. I had a hard time reconciling the Christianity I had been taught and the reality of violence in Christendom. I had a hard time figuring out why radical, zealous Christians went to the Bible and came away with oppressive teachings…

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(VIDEO) Critical Theory… And the Kingdom of God???

https://www.youtube.com/embed/GybvJWbqKVU How do we make sense of the whole "CRT vs. the Gospel" debate going around? In a new series where "the outpost goes off-script", editor Rebekah takes on research paradigms and media sensationalism, drawing from postcolonial and Anabaptist history to talk about marginalization, oppression, violence, exploitation in the systems of "empire" vs. the Kingdom of God.

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The Way of the Cross – Excerpts from Pilgram Marpeck’s Writings

Today, we would like to share excerpts from an early Anabaptist tract by Pilgram Marpeck on ""Defencelessness and Fidelity to Christ". It was originally published as Die Aufdeckung der Babylonischen Hurn and was translated by Peter Hoover and edited by Edsel Burdge. You can download it for free from Scroll Publishing here. To learn more about Pilgram Marpeck, click here. Something I would note is that the choice between different expressions of…

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Kingdom Women Podcast: Relationships with Family – Parents and Siblings

Sometimes, relationships are really hard! Today, we're talking about relationships with our families of origin (parents and siblings) and how they can sometimes be one of the most challenging things we face. What does honor mean? How do we manage boundaries in a God-honoring way? We share our stories and talk through the questions we have. https://youtu.be/Eyb7AlgM6qQ Where to find us: AnchorFM Youtube Facebook

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Write for the Kingdom Outpost: Updates, Themes, and Topics!

The Kingdom Outpost was started as a hub bringing together and building up communities, "outposts" of Jesus's Kingdom, through podcasts, videos, articles, blogs, emails, social media and other resources. What we're hoping to do build a platform around a Christ-centered "Kingdom vision" - discipleship, nonviolence or radical love, nonconformity, and turning the world "upside-down". What we are here to do is gather and network "Kingdom" voices, joined by our allegiance and brotherhood…

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Sexual Abuse & Jesus’ Kingdom: Interview with Hope Ann Dueck

Hope Anne Dueck is the co-founder of the organization, A Better Way. A Better Way equips trusted adults in children’s lives with the tools to recognize and respond to potential and actual child sexual abuse. Hope has also worked with and stood with victims in advocacy. Recently, Hope was interviewed by That Jesus Podcast. Special thanks to Laura Sporre and Darren Miller for transcribing the interview! May you be challenged and equipped…

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