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Synopsis: This week, Brandon preaches on the Good Samaritan parable. He carefully draws a connection to Christ being the ultimate Good Samaritan and greatest neighbor. He uses Biblical accounts like Jesus and the adulterous woman, the account of Zacchaeus, and Rahab the Harlot. Brandon provided a brief history of the Samaritans and the Jews while explaining the meaning of two words. Tune into this sermon with Ruling Elder Brandon Queen. Meet the Guest: Brandon Queen was born to Belinda Queen in Thibodaux, Louisiana. He is the middle of eleven children with six girls and five boys. Brandon works as Police Sergeant for Nicholls State University Police Department with aspirations to become an ordained minister in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC). He attended the First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux since he was five and has been there since. He is the first ordained black elder within the congregation. Brandon serves as the graphic designer for the Westminster Society within the EPC and as a member of the Revelation 7:9 task force. Brandon loves studying God’s word, history, photography, graphic design, camping, podcasting, and other cycling. His most recent writing is "Grace Behind the Badge – Westminster Society Journal Vol 2." With over 110 podcast episodes, Brandon hopes to continue his ministry by using his podcast as a resource for new Christians to get a clear reason for why they believe. How to find the material: The E.A.R. Podcast can be found on any major podcast platform, or you can get the episodes here. Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen and First Presbyterian Church, Baton Rouge | Bible Translations – English Standard Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast). You find other podcasts like mine here! NOTE: The Video version of this podcast was edited.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Synopsis: We have approached the last week of Lent. We have approached Good Friday. Let us remember that this Friday is a reminder that our Savior laid down His live so that our life will be saved. As we approach Easter, allow this to be a sober reminder that we are alive in Christ. He is alive. He has risen indeed. We can now go into the presence of the Father and he will hear us. Tune into these short discussions based on a Lent reading guide called “Asking Jesus” by Rev. Dr. Gerrit Dawson. Meet the Guest: The Rev. Dr. Gerrit Dawson became the senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church in 2004. He is married to Rhonda, and they have four children. Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Dawson was the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Lenoir, North Carolina for 13 years before coming to Baton Rouge. He received his Doctor of Ministry degree in 2002 from Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. Dawson carries on an active writing ministry, focusing on Christian spiritual growth and the person and work of Christ. His most recent book is "Raising Adam: Why Jesus Descended into Hell." Dawson’s vision for the church centers on Jeremiah 29: 7: “Seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you.” How to find the material: You can find postings of the daily readings here! If you want a physical copy of the printed book, please contact the church office at 225.387.0617. You may also subscribe to daily Lent emails by texting ASKINGJESUS to 22828. Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen and First Presbyterian Church, Baton Rouge | Bible Translations – English Standard Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast). Music: © --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Synopsis: During week five of Lent, we dive into the story of the daughters of Jerusalem, and we answer the question, who stuck you? For most of this episode, the Gospel of Luke is referenced for the discussions. This week is packed with great readings as we navigate through the Holy Week. Tune into these short discussions based on a Lent reading guide called “Asking Jesus” by Rev. Dr. Gerrit Dawson. Meet the Guest: The Rev. Dr. Gerrit Dawson became the senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church in 2004. He is married to Rhonda, and they have four children. Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Dawson was the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Lenoir, North Carolina for 13 years before coming to Baton Rouge. He received his Doctor of Ministry degree in 2002 from Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. Dawson carries on an active writing ministry, focusing on Christian spiritual growth and the person and work of Christ. His most recent book is "Raising Adam: Why Jesus Descended into Hell." Dawson’s vision for the church centers on Jeremiah 29: 7: “Seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you.” How to find the material: You can find postings of the daily readings here! If you want a physical copy of the printed book, please contact the church office at 225.387.0617. You may also subscribe to daily Lent emails by texting ASKINGJESUS to 22828. Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen and First Presbyterian Church, Baton Rouge | Bible Translations – English Standard Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast). Music: © --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Synopsis: This week we discuss the story of the Good Samaritan. Both Rev. Dr. Gerrit and Brandon, discuss the connection of Jesus being the good Samaritan for us. During their discussion, they connect the dots between the Old Testament and the New Testament with Rahab the harlot, and how the “Good Samaritan” law is almost identical to the Biblical meaning to the parable Jesus taught. Tune into these short discussions based on a Lent reading guide called “Asking Jesus” by Rev. Dr. Gerrit Dawson. Meet the Guest: The Rev. Dr. Gerrit Dawson became the senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church in 2004. He is married to Rhonda, and they have four children. Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Dawson was the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Lenoir, North Carolina for 13 years before coming to Baton Rouge. He received his Doctor of Ministry degree in 2002 from Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. Dawson carries on an active writing ministry, focusing on Christian spiritual growth and the person and work of Christ. His most recent book is "Raising Adam: Why Jesus Descended into Hell." Dawson’s vision for the church centers on Jeremiah 29:7: “Seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you.” How to find the material: You can find postings of the daily readings here! If you want a physical copy of the printed book, please contact the church office at 225.387.0617. You may also subscribe to daily Lent emails by texting ASKINGJESUS to 22828. Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen and First Presbyterian Church, Baton Rouge | Bible Translations – English Standard Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast). You find other podcasts like mine here! Music: © --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Synopsis: For week three of Lent, we move into the story about Zacchaeus and how he climbed a tree to see Jesus. Jesus looked up, saw Zacchaeus, and ate with him. A man was known for taking more than what he needed to as a tax collector. What was Jesus to do with him? We see Zacchaeus looking for hope, or a change in pace if you will. Tune into these short discussions based on a Lent reading guide called “Asking Jesus” by Rev. Dr. Gerrit Dawson. Meet the Guest: The Rev. Dr. Gerrit Dawson became the senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church in 2004. He is married to Rhonda, and they have four children. Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Dawson was the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Lenoir, North Carolina for 13 years before coming to Baton Rouge. He received his Doctor of Ministry degree in 2002 from Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. Dawson carries on an active writing ministry, focusing on Christian spiritual growth and the person and work of Christ. His most recent book is "Raising Adam: Why Jesus Descended into Hell." Dawson’s vision for the church centers on Jeremiah 29: 7: “Seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you.” How to find the material: You can find postings of the daily readings here! If you want a physical copy of the printed book, please contact the church office at 225.387.0617. You may also subscribe to daily Lent emails by texting ASKINGJESUS to 22828. Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen and First Presbyterian Church, Baton Rouge | Bible Translations – English Standard Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast). Music: © --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Synopsis: During week two of Lent, we discuss more of what Lent means and how we can observe this season. Dr. Dawson expounds on his devotional writing for the week. Tune into these short discussions based on a Lent reading guide called “Asking Jesus” by Rev. Dr. Gerrit Dawson. Meet the Guest: The Rev. Dr. Gerrit Dawson became the senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church in 2004. He is married to Rhonda, and they have four children. Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Dawson was the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Lenoir, North Carolina for 13 years before coming to Baton Rouge. He received his Doctor of Ministry degree in 2002 from Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. Dawson carries on an active writing ministry, focusing on Christian spiritual growth and the person and work of Christ. His most recent book is "Raising Adam: Why Jesus Descended into Hell." Dawson’s vision for the church centers on Jeremiah 29: 7: “Seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you.” How to find the material: You can find postings of the daily readings here! If you want a physical copy of the printed book, please contact the church office at 225.387.0617. You may also subscribe to daily Lent emails by texting ASKINGJESUS to 22828. Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen and First Presbyterian Church, Baton Rouge | Bible Translations – English Standard Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast). Music: © --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Synopsis: The church sets apart a time of the year called LENT. We observe lent in different ways and we often lose focus on what Lent actually means and the reason it exists. During season nine, I hope to show you the reason we observe Lent and why it is important to the church collectively. Tune into these short discussions based on a Lent reading guide called “Asking Jesus” by Rev. Dr. Gerrit Dawson. Meet the Guest: The Rev. Dr. Gerrit Dawson became the senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church in 2004. He is married to Rhonda and they have four children. Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Dawson was the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Lenoir, North Carolina for 13 years before coming to Baton Rouge. He received his Doctor of Ministry degree in 2002 from Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. Dawson carries on an active writing ministry, focusing on Christian spiritual growth and the person and work of Christ. His most recent book is "Raising Adam: Why Jesus Descended into Hell." Dawson’s vision for the church centers on Jeremiah 29: 7: “Seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you.” How to find the material: You can find postings of the daily readings here! If you want a physical copy of the printed book, please contact the church office at 225.387.0617. You may also subscribe to daily Lent emails by texting ASKINGJESUS to 22828. Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen and First Presbyterian Church, Baton Rouge | Bible Translations – English Standard Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast). Music: © --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Synopsis: Pastor Bill dives into the doctrine of limited atonement. He preaches about the work Jesus Christ did on the cross because the son and the father love us dearly. Limited Atonement is one of the doctrines that some don’t understand or do not like. The Bible is clear on what limited atonement means to the Christian. Check out these verses for context. Colossians 1:19-20, Matthew 25:46, along with Revelation 14:11 along with other passages. A sermon preached by Rev. Bill Crawford. Meet the Guest: The Reverend William O. Crawford has been the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux for over twenty years. He is also the pastor at the Presbyterian Church in Houma, Louisiana, which is about a 25-to-35-minute drive from Thibodaux. Husband to Julia, father of three Owners of two dogs - "Val" and "Otis." Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – New International Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/pointed out during the podcast). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Five Points (TILUP)

Five Points (TILUP)

2022-03-1637:53

Synopsis: Pastor Bill explains what Calvinists call the TULIP or the five points. This sermon is a short overview of how Christians can understand what this acronym stands for and how it can be applied to our lives today. Join us for real and simple worship. A sermon preached by Rev. Bill Crawford. Meet the Guest: The Reverend William O. Crawford has been the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux for over twenty years. He is also the pastor at the Presbyterian Church in Houma, Louisiana, which is about a 25-to-35-minute drive from Thibodaux. Husband to Julia, father of three Owners of two dogs - "Val" and "Otis." Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – New International Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/pointed out during the podcast). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Synopsis: We tend to want to control every aspect of our lives, and we tend to "remove" God from His post, so to speak. We need not forget that God's will for our lives will never fail. Yes, we are like God, yet He is not like us, and he does not change. As incomprehensive as God is, we should still study who He is. God has called us into a relationship, and His incomprehensibility is far surpassed our thinking. Tune into this sermon, The Incomprehensibility of God. A sermon preached by Rev. Bill Crawford. Meet the Guest: The Reverend William O. Crawford has been the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux for over twenty years. He is also the pastor at the Presbyterian Church in Houma, Louisiana, which is about a 25-to-35-minute drive from Thibodaux. Husband to Julia, father of three Owners of two dogs - "Val" and "Otis." Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – New International Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/pointed out during the podcast).Music: © --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Synopsis: There are times that we are not ourselves. However, we see God as perfect and unchanging. God's common grace to the order of the world permeates the universe. We as humans cannot judge God based on the world's failures, but we can see His grace at work in sustaining us through the failures of the world. (This is part of the Doctrines of the Church Series.) Tune into this episode of faith and sickness! Meet the Guest: The Reverend William O. Crawford has been the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux for over twenty years. He is also the pastor at the Presbyterian Church in Houma, Louisiana, which is about a 25-to-35-minute drive from Thibodaux. Husband to Julia, father of three Owners of two dogs - "Val" and "Otis." Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – New International Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless voiced/noted during the podcast).Music: © Adobe Stock (Revered One). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Synopsis: We exhibit a life of luxury, yet we did not build that life. We forget that God is the reason we have that luxurious life. We learn in this sermon that God is consistent, and we are not. God is the same today as he was yesterday. God loves us to the end. Tune into this episode of faith and sickness! Meet the Guest: The Reverend William O. Crawford has been the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux for over twenty years. He is also the pastor at the Presbyterian Church in Houma, Louisiana which is about a 25-to-35-minute drive from Thibodaux. Husband to Julia, father of three Owner of two dogs - "Val" and "Otis". Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – English Standard Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast).Music: © Adobe Stock (Revered One). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Synopsis: Rev. Bill Crawford of First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux, Louisiana delivers the first sermon of his series on the theology of God. Rev. Crawford starts the series on the word Amen. As found in the New Testament, the word Amen is found 103 times. The word is used in the Hebrew and Greek languages. Rev. Crawford even gives and explanation on why words were repeated to show meaning as the the phrase, "truly, truly" Meet the pastor: The Reverend William O. Crawford has been the pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Thibodaux for over twenty years. He is also the pastor at the Presbyterian Church in Houma, Louisiana which is about a 25 to 35 minute drive from Thibodaux. Husband to Julia, father of three Owner of two dogs - "Val" and "Otis". Scriptures: Psalm 84, Matthew 8:5-12, and John 14:12-16. Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – New International Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast). Music: N/A. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Synopsis: During this episode, three friends of three different denominations all get together for a discussion on all the episodes within the Faith Series. They discuss their take on the various episodes and provide correction to some of the episodes that do not follow basic teachings of Christianity. This is just a discussion between three friends. Join, Brandon, Robert and Timothy as they navigate through the season of faith providing their feedback on the episodes. Since the guys have not been together in a while, we tend to goof off a lot but we do hit some great points on the episodes and how they affect each of them.   Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – English Standard Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast). Music: © Adobe Stock (Revered One). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Faith and Sickness

Faith and Sickness

2022-01-0740:40

Synopsis: Sickness is something that we cannot avoid, sickness is something that is with us even until the day we die. How we handle that sickness is how we show our faith in God and how we display our faith in God is through the hard times and then through those hard times we could encourage others. Tune into this episode of faith and sickness! Meet the Guest: Our next guest is originally from Statesville, NC but currently resides in Albany, Ky he attends Hogback Church for worship. He has two brothers a sister. This 23-year-old was recently diagnosed with a brain tumor that's called Gioblastoma.  Luke Dufault shares his testimony with us as he suffers from this tumor and how is faith is seeing him through this tough time in his life. Lukes joins us for his first podcast interview! Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – English Standard Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast). Music: © Adobe Stock (Revered One). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Faith and Encouragement

Faith and Encouragement

2021-12-3101:03:34

Synopsis: This is not your normal episode. I talk to a friend about faith and how her struggles often made her question faith and how she became a wayward follower. This episode is just a conversation with Kyndra and I encouraging one another. Join Kyndra and I as we talk about our faith and how I encourage her to trust God! Meet the Guest: Our guest hails from Atlanta Georgia, Kyndra Crump is an up & coming comedian who is a recent graduate Clark Atlanta University. She obtained her bachelor’s in mass communications with a concentration of radio/tv/film. She is witty and makes you laugh when you need a good laught. Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – English Standard Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast). Music: © Adobe Stock (Revered One). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Synopsis: This has been a strange year for the American people. From COVID to unnecessary racial wars. We even have liberal people trying to tell black people how they should think and live. On top of all the craziness, we have black people attacking other black people who do not subscribe to the stereotypical norms of what the media says and what liberal tell us to think and how to respond to events. When black people put down black conservatives, it does not help us a people and it weakens us as unit. This seems to be what the government wants from us. Let’s hold fast to our faith and think with the brain God gave each of us. We are made in the Imago Dei – the Image of God! Join Pam and I as we talk about our faith amid hatred and division from our own community! Meet the Guest: Our guest is not your ordinary stereotypical black woman. She is a hard-working individual that faces adversities for thinking for herself. Pam Stevens is from Kenosha, Wisconsin but a native to the great state of Texas. Pam is the mother of 5 with two grandchildren. She is a property manager and has been for the past 23 years. To top it all off, you can find her on TikToc @texasgirlpam creating political content that makes sense to some but not all. She gets hatred from the black community because of her conservative views. Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – English Standard Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast). Music: © Adobe Stock (Revered One). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Synopsis: You have heard me say over the past few weeks say faith is practical. It’s an action that is visible for all to see. How strong is your faith in God for the tough times? During turmoil and at your lowest of low, dig deep for the deep-seated faith in God and all He can do for your life. This short testimony shows how deep the father’s love is for just one wayward child. Just imagine what His love looks like for the rest of us! Meet the Guest: Our guest is not a man of flowery introduction; he is not a man of prestige accomplishment. Yet is a man that has a passion for reaching the lost. 35-year-old, Michael Cheramie, Jr is a man of God who loves his family. Like all of us, Michael was recured by the Cross of Jesus. Michael’s passion is sharing the gospel with a lost and dying world. Michael is married and has a 14-year-old son. Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – English Standard Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast). Music: © Adobe Stock (Revered One). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
Synopsis: America has reached a point in history where politics are the driving force for race baiting news outlets and politicians to extort racial divide amongst the black community “people of color.” In a time of political madness, I explore what a Christian politician should look like in a post-Christian era. We as the church (Christians) must be steadfast in our faith daily. Tune in as Brandon and Luke “The Lone Wolf” Negron discuss Faith in the Midst of Political Madness. Meet the Guest: Luke Negron as born as a free-spirited person who was hard to place into a single ethnic box, and he remains a person who rejects establishment norms. Luke believes that, by God's grace and with honest and humble people pouring into his life, he is uniquely fit to help all Americans in this time of national strife. Luke is a 28-year-old native of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania born to an Estonian mother and a Hispanic and North African Father. Luke is an Air Force Veteran, published author, speaker, founder of AMASA PAC and AMASA Action and TPUSA Ambassador. Luke also was a Congressional Nominee for the 18th District of Pennsylvania. How to Find Luke: Twitter: @LukeEdison20 Instagram: @reallukenegron Website: www.lukenegron.com Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – English Standard Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast). Music: © Adobe Stock (Revered One). TIMESTAMPS: 0:04 - Introduction 1:24 - Introduction of Luke Negron 5:19 - Politics Around Us 8:35 - Political Goals 15:22 - Faith 22:09 - Law Enforcement and Satan --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
A Faith that Sticks

A Faith that Sticks

2021-12-0301:17:29

Synopsis: In times you think your faith is unbalanced and your response is questionable, stay focused on Jesus. Fix your eyes upon Him and remember the promises He gave us. Having a faith that sticks produces character. Tune in as Brandon and Joshua as they talk about a sticky faith. Meet the Guest: He currently serves as a pastor in a small town with his wife and three kids. He is an advocate for human dignity and value and believes this will be further protected by granting qualified robots’ legal personhood. (See his podcast The Dolores Project) He is a graduate of William Carey University, where he earned a B.A. in Religion. He holds an M.T.S from Gateway Theological Seminary. He is a recent graduate of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he earned a Ph.D. in Theology. His dissertation focused on a critique of Robotic Futurism and the potential of Dehumanization. He is also working on a second book, Robot Theology: Old Questions through New Media, which is about the intersection of religion and robots with Wipf and Stock. Works Cited: Cover Art: Brandon Queen | Bible Translations – English Standard Version (unless stated/noted in the interview) | Quotes: authentic from the host and guest (unless stated/noted during the podcast). Music: © Adobe Stock (Revered One). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/elderqueen/support
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Stacy

DOPE. can really get behind the concept of this show. keep doing what you're doing. Definetly recommend this. The last episode was potent Gave me a lot to think about personally.

May 12th
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