Inverse Podcast

--- Jarrod McKenna & Drew Hart ---

Inverse Podcast belongs to the ones who are dissatisfied with the Bible being used to justify hatred.

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Latest Episodes…

  1. Elizabeth Korver-Glenn, Matthew 8, and Property Ownership

    Elizabeth Korver-Glenn is a sociologist who studies, writes, teaches, and speaks about many things, most of them in some way related to racism, White supremacy, or urban/neighborhood inequality. Propelling it all is this aim: to do justice. Elizabeth is currently an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of New Mexico. ...


  2. Dr Susan Carland on the book of Esther

    Dr Susan Carland is an academic, writer, and social commentator. she completed her PhD in Monash University's School of Political and Social Inquiry and is now the Director of the Bachelor of Global Studies. She was awarded a Churchill Fellowship for 2020, and an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher ...


  3. Nekeisha Alayna Alexis: Nonviolent Atonement Series, a Womanist/Anabaptist Perspective

    Nekeisha Alayna Alexis has written and published on the cross and atonement from a womanist and anabaptist perspective. Nekeisha brings practical, administrative and intellectual gifts to her work at the Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (AMBS). As Intercultural Competence and Undoing Racism (ICUR) coordinator, she leads a team of teaching faculty, ...


  4. Carol Ng'ang'a and the Parable of the Unjust Judge

    Carol Ng’ang’a is a very dear friend of the Inverse community, and is a key part of leading our Subversive Seminary and Liberating Sunday School groups weekly. She is a community development practitioner, and has a BTh in Community Development from Cornerstone Institute in Cape Town. Carol has spent ...


  5. R&B Artist and Revolutionary Andre Henry on Exodus 3v7

    What if you could combine the poetic social commentary of James Baldwin, the prophetic fire of Bob Marley, and the contemporary sounds of John Legend? Andre’s alternative R&B music would be at that intersection. His unique “Future Reggae” sound combines a little Atlanta and a little Montego Bay. As an ...