Ask Brandon Cleaver (July 20-24, 2020)

Hello, @Interested_In_Ask_RZIM fam!

This coming week, we have the immense privilege of interacting with USA-based itinerant speaker, @Brandon_Cleaver. Each week we know that there are various apologetics questions to ask, however, for this particular week, Brandon and our team would encourage you to especially ask any questions you may have about racism, ethnicity, and justice.

In fact, if you haven’t caught his recent conversation with @Nathan_Rittenhouse and @Cameron_McAllister on the Thinking Out Loud podcast (linked below), I would highly recommend it!

Brandon graduated from Michigan State University with a major in journalism and minor in sociology. He recently completed a master in Christian apologetics from Biola University and is currently working toward a master of divinity with a specialization in interdisciplinary studies at Moody Theological Seminary.

Brandon enjoys speaking on topics such as slavery in the Bible, culture and Christianity, ethics, urban issues, and various worldviews. For several years, Brandon served as Co-Chapter Director for the Wayne State Ratio Christi chapter. He served on the Stephen Ministry leadership team at Kensington Community Church and occasionally serves alongside Inner City Detroit Cru. Also, he currently serves on the Rochester University Spiritual Formation Advisory Group.

Do reply below with your questions for him! :question: :arrow_down:


4 posts were split to a new topic: What are the Factors that Contributed to the Change in the Fight Against Racism?

2 posts were split to a new topic: Should Christians be Vocal About the Injustices Happening On Social Media?

2 posts were split to a new topic: What advice can be given for those of color who are heartbroken, discouraged, and disillusioned by the responses received from the church, regarding the recent protests, and out cry about racism?

What would you like to see the Church do more/less of around this topic, and what would you like to see the general public (for lack of a better term, outside the walls of the Church) do more/less of?


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