Justin and Stephen talk about last week’s attempted insurrection in Washington, D.C. Then, Marcus Dip Silas joins to discuss Christianity from a Malaysian perspective. They talk about what it means to learn from the church that lives without political power, in the shadow of colonization. They also discuss contextual theology and continue the ongoing conversation about Christian nationalism.
Marcus reflects on the journey of living with a refugee that was in the process of resettling, the way of Mercy, and abiding in prayer and lament.
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Resources from this episode:
Profs in Rooms Season 2 Episode 9: Jesus, Lament, and Advent Hope – with D.L. Mayfield
Profs in Rooms Season 2 Episode 8: Bonhoeffer and Living for Others – with Joel Lawrence
Credits: Regular Theme Music by Josiah Enns.
This episode was recorded on the land of the Wahpekute, Anishinabewaki, Očeti Šakówiŋ (Sioux), and Semang Kensiu and Kintaq peoples.
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