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Radical Righteous Love


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RRLove will discuss politics, religion, culture, spirituality, and life from a radical perspective of universal love.

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This week, Charley is joined by Rev. Dwight Welch of Norman OK United Church for a dialogue about the revolutionary politics of Jesus and the meaning of the resurrection. This episode is the pilot of a new series of podcasts "The Peoples... more

C. Derick Varn, blogger, poet, Georgia USA ex-patriate English Teacher in Egypt, and philosophical critic comes on the podcast to discuss with me religion, politics, and their intersection in our world. Ranging across the past several decades... more

Tonight our guest is Misha Sanders, a minister currently interning with Tree of Life UU Congregation in McHenry, IL. Misha was raised in the United Pentecostal Church, but has embraced a progressive religious vocation. Charley Earp is also... more

Chante and Charley will be joined tonight by Dana Smith, a survivor of "purity culture" programming. We'll discuss religion and sexuality and how we each had to find an alternative to the standard religious dogmas. You can read... more

Karl Marx wrote in Kapital v. 1 " labour is the father of material wealth, the earth is its mother." Many socialists have explored radical ecology, but until the latter 1980s there was not a truly sustained effort at creating a compelling ecological... more

Chante and Charley will relaunch our webcast tonight. We'll catch on the months since we last broadcast.

RRLove will have a conversation with Dwight Welch, a United Church of Christ pastor in Oklahoma about progressive theologies and how "God" might be rethought today.

Chante and Charley will discuss their impression of the events in Ferguson MO and New York City that have highlighted the question of racist police violence.

Charley will be joined by Ashleigh Hill for a conversation on Feminism and Christianity. We'll explore how women's lives and spirituality are often formed in religious traditions that don't empower them. It is often said that Christianity is... more

Due to a technical mixup last week, the conversation between Adrian, Paul, and myself on community was cut short. This week we'll try again. The society we live in has worked very hard to drive us apart and isolate us. When we are... more