Bill Leonard, author of the Homebrewed Guide To Church History, is back on the podcast – this time LIVE at Wake Forest University School of Divinity.
Tripp and Bill talk about his love of history, the concept of history, the politics of who gets to define what history is and what the church is in a postmodern context, growing up a baptist in the 60’s, and white supremacy in church history.
Hear Bill talk about the tension between wanting to be a part of an ethnically diverse congregation while at the same time not wanting to dilute the voices of minority or marginalized groups, confederate monuments in downtown Raleigh and the “lost cause” mythology, and the death rattle of protestant privilege.
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Don’t miss Tripp speaking in Atlanta on February 12th at Mani’s Tavern. Did we mention it’s free? Check out the event page for more details…