Episode: Jesus Is King


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Jesus Is King

In this episode Jemar talks about why Kanye West’s Jesus Is King album has been so controversial, what Mississippi’s election tells us about politics in America today, and why you need to be your full racially and ethnically embodied self to the table.

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Support Jemar's South Africa Trip: https://www.mtw.org/missionaries/tisby-jemar Account#: 400295

How Kanye West embeds black gospel music in white evangelical theology - https://www.washingtonpost.com/religion/2019/10/30/how-kanye-wests-jesus-is-king-embeds-black-gospel-music-white-evangelical-theology/

Democrats Win Control in Virginia and Claim Narrow Victory in Kentucky Governor’s Race - https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/05/us/politics/ky-va-ms-elections-recap.html



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