Sancta Colloquia Episode 207 ft. Robert Monson
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Intrigued? You should be.
Robert Monson is originally from Illinois and grew up talking people out of their faith in Christianity only to be converted in a powerful encounter in college. He has many years of experience in cross-cultural missions, church planting, and college ministry. Additionally, while in Bible College undertook the task of learning two foreign languages, teaching himself piano and guitar, and becoming well versed in various cultural settings.
Robert’s main passion is seeing people grow in their faith in a way that is not burdensome. He is passionate about studying and learning from a variety of different faith traditions, authors, etc. and disseminating that information to others.
Further Reading and referenced links:
James Cone interview with Terri Gross: https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=89236116
Youtube Video: Panel Discussion | Black Public Womanist Theology: Reflection on the lives and legacies of Dr. Katie Cannon and Aretha Franklin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRPB8rLy34c&t=924s&app=desktop
Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass
My Soul Looks Back by James Cone
A podcast I would recommend that does good work: Truth’s Table (https://www.truthstable.com/)
I work here: Subcultureinc.org
And my writing and podcasts can be found here: subcstudents.com
Photo Credit: Nate Sparks