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In this "freestyle" episode, Darrell and Virgil ("Omaha") discuss some of the fundamental doctrines that guide the organization Black Lives Matter and how those beliefs are more resemblant of a "church" with its own religion than a political entity seeking social justice. Resources Related episodes EP # 013 | Cultural Marxism and Public Education E…
 
In this episode of the Just Thinking Podcast, Darrell and Virgil ("Omaha") take an in-depth look at the organization known as Black Lives Matter—and the Marxist worldview that fuels it—against the truth of the Word of God. Grab a notepad, a pen, and pack a lunch, because this episode is 2 1/2 hours of unfiltered truth about the ungodly and violent …
 
In this bonus episode of the Just Thinking Podcast, Darrell Harrison, Virgil ("Omaha") Walker, and the entire Just Thinking Podcast support team—Dawain Atkinson, Charles Simpson, Sr., Rachel Fink, and Joe Z—get together to celebrate and reflect on 100 podcast episodes! Listen as the team opens up about the history, mission, and future of the Just T…
 
Recently, the National Museum of African American History & Culture (NMAAHC) posted on its website an infographic titled “Aspects & Assumptions of Whiteness & White Culture in the United States.” The infographic, which has since been removed from the NMAAHC website, outlined 14 areas that, in the opinion of the NMAAHC, are rooted in “whiteness” and…
 
To be a Christian is, by definition, to possess salvation and all that it entails (forgiveness of sin, adoption as children of God, eternal reward in heaven, and much more). And yet, many professing Christians struggle to believe the promises that salvation brings because they don't possess the assurance that they are saved to begin with. In this e…
 
In a first-of-its-kind episode, Darrell Harrison and Virgil "Omaha" Walker get behind their respective microphones for a no-holds-barred, completely impromptu, unscheduled, and unscripted (no notes) discussion about how believers in Christ should respond to events surrounding the death of Mr. George Floyd at the hands of police officers in Minnesot…
 
Pandemics, quarantines, layoffs, bankruptcies, divorces, suicides–the news seems to be getting worse every day. In these troubling and encouraging times, where can one turn to find hope? In this episode of the Just Thinking podcast, Darrell Harrison and Virgil “Omaha” Walker discuss how God uses trials and adversity in the lives of His people to re…
 
Adversity has a way of revealing our true selves, especially during times of trial that seem to last for a prolonged period of time. It is during those times that Christians must guard against allowing the sin of discontentment to take root in our hearts. In this episode of the Just Thinking podcast, Darrell and “Omaha” (Virgil) discuss what God’s …
 
The statistics tell the story — pornography is a destroyer. It destroys marriages, families, careers, and reputations. In other words, pornography destroys lives. Christians are not immune to this scourge. And yet pornography remains one of the least-addressed issues in the church today. In one of the most crucial episodes ever produced by the Just…
 
The coronavirus continues to affect the lives of countless people around the world. But notwithstanding the casualties the COVID-19 pandemic has left in its wake, God is using that adversity to expose some things about the hearts of His people that some may not want to acknowledge or admit. Darrell and “Omaha” (Virgil) expound on that thesis in thi…
 
With the U.S. presidential elections only months away, many Christians, particularly young believers, are supporting candidates who endorse a socialist view of government. More specifically, the idea that it is the role of government to promote social equality. But is such a view of government biblical? In this extended episode of the Just Thinking…
 
What is “racial reconciliation”? Is it biblical? Many evangelicals seem to think it is. So much so that “racial reconciliation” has become big business with some Christian ministries and organizations. But what does Scripture have to say about the subject? Listen as Darrell and Omaha look to the Word of God for clarity and answers to those and othe…
 
A recent article in Christianity Today addressed some challenges pastors are encountering as they work to meet the felt needs of their multiethnic congregations. But should multiethnicity be a focus of the church’s mission? Just how “woke” should a worship service be? Listen as Darrell and “Omaha” (Virgil) answer these and other questions in “Woke …
 
In this special edition of the Just Thinking podcast, which was recorded live at the 2020 G3 Conference in Atlanta on Thursday, January 16, 2020, Darrell and Omaha discuss the topic of “Woke Worship” or, what they describe in theological terms as “identity ecclesiology.” The brothers chose the topic of “Woke Worship” in keeping with the overall the…
 
Are you a superstitious Christian? Be honest. Do you know someone who is? In fact, what is a “superstitious Christian” anyway? In this final episode of the Just Thinking podcast for 2019, Darrell and “Omaha” (Virgil) discuss a practice that many people who profess to be Christian engage in every day–superstitions–and why such beliefs are antithetic…
 
As the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays approach, the grace of God will be the focus of many pulpits and households around the world. But do we really understand what the grace of God is and means and why it is important that we, as Christians, thank God for His grace? Listen as Darrell and “Omaha” (Virgil) discuss what the Bible teaches doctrin…
 
As Christians, to what degree should one’s theology shape or influence his or her view of politics? In this episode of the Just Thinking podcast, Darrell and “Omaha” (Virgil) discuss that question in light of a comment made recently on social media by Bishop Paul S. Morton. Morton, a black man, urged black Christians who are considering supporting …
 
An almost unfathomable situation is currently unfolding in Texas where Dr. Anne Georgulas, the mother of 7-year old James Younger, a biological male, is engaged in a legal battle with the boy’s father, Jeffrey Younger, over whether Georgulas has the right to subject James to “transition” James to a girl against the wishes of his father. The potenti…
 
This episode of the Just Thinking podcast was recorded before a live audience at the Grace to You 2019 Truth Matters conference at Grace Community Church in Los Angeles, California on Wednesday, October 16, 2019. The theme of the conference was The Sufficiency of Scripture. In keeping with that theme, in this episode of the Just Thinking podcast, D…
 
Amber Guyer, a 31-year old white female and former Dallas, Texas police officer, was recently convicted of murder in the shooting death of 26-year old Botham Jean, a black man. Guyer was subsequently sentenced to ten years in prison. During the penalty phase of Guyer’s trial, Botham Jean’s younger brother, Brandt, shocked the courtroom–and the worl…
 
Is it time for Black Athletes to Leave White Colleges? According to American Sports Journalist Jemele Hill, the answer to this question is, “YES!” However, this seems to be another form of tribalist separation that has nothing to do with the best interest of the Black Athlete. Hill has written on the subject and makes her case. However, in this epi…
 
Was Jesus a socialist? Does the Bible support socialism? Some professing evangelical Christians seem to think so. In this episode of the Just Thinking podcast, Darrell and Omaha (Virgil Walker) explore those questions through the worldview of one influential socio-political activist, Reverend William J. Barber, II. Resources Related episodes * N/A …
 
In this episode Virgil “Omaha” Walker discusses one of the biggest threats to the so-called “black community” and it is not “White Nationalism.” Virgil walks through the idea that the internal threat impacting the “black community” is Black Nationalism packaged with all kinds of immoral behavior, seemingly ignored, often overlooked, and at times re…
 
More than thirty souls have entered into eternity as a result of two mass shootings that occurred recently in the cities of El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio. As usual, when such events happen, people react by asking questions and pointing fingers. But how are followers of Christ to respond when incidents like mass shootings happen? Who really is to…
 
Unity within the body of Christ continues to be a much-discussed topic among evangelicals today. But as much as it has been talked about in recent years evangelicals, especially in America, continue to be divided, particularly along ethnic lines. In this episode of the Just Thinking podcast, Darrell and “Omaha” (Virgil Walker) argue that such divis…
 
“Whiteness.” What, if anything, is it, and who, if anyone, is guilty of it? In this episode of the Just Thinking broadcast, Darrell and “Omaha” (Virgil) look to the Scriptures in discussing the topic of “whiteness” and the influence of Critical Race Theory and Black Liberation Theology in shaping this divisive and God-dishonoring movement within co…
 
A recent New York Times article is promoting the decades-long narrative that high abortion rates among black women are the direct result of socio-economic conditions that give those women no choice but to abort their unborn children. It is a narrative that is wholeheartedly embraced by many black Christian leaders today as a matter of “social justi…
 
Nuance. It’s the word du jour among many professing evangelicals today. But what does the word “nuance” mean and how does that meaning influence and impact us as evangelicals in terms of how we are to understand and interpret the Word of God? Listen as Darrell and Virgil (Omaha) look to the Scriptures for answers to the question: “A Nuanced Gospel?…
 
This is Part 2 of our episode as we reflect on the Southern Baptist Convention. This week we will examine the three issues addressed at the SBC Convention: Sexual Abuse, Complementarianism, and Critical Race Theory. These issues seem to be ongoing, so listen closely as Darrell and Virgil discuss these issues from a Biblical Worldview. Resources Rel…
 
As the “social gospel” continues to gain traction within contemporary American evangelicalism, increasing numbers of professing Christians are aligning themselves with the idea that black Americans are owed reparations for slavery. But is such an idea biblical? In this expanded episode of the Just Thinking broadcast, Darrell and Virgil go in-depth …
 
In this episode we will be reflecting on the Southern Baptist Convention 2019. This particular episode is part 1 of 2. This week we will examine the history of the SBC, its founding and history. Darrell and Virgil will discuss the history of their own denominational journey and set up the discussion for the major issues of debate within the SBC. Re…
 
A debate is brewing, among Christians of various denominational persuasions, on the question of whether women should be ordained as pastors and elders in the church. It is a debate that is dividing family members, friends, and churches. But should there even be a debate at all? Listen as Darrell and Virgil make the case that this debate is an entir…
 
Today as we take time to let you know how much we appreciate our listeners. We celebrate 200K downloads with our very own engineer and mastermind behind the podcast, Dawain Atkinson. Resources Related episodes * N/A Related blog articles * N/A Related external media * N/A Support To support the podcast, please click here or copy/paste the following…
 
The Equality Act of 2019 is one of the most dangerous pieces of legislation to be introduced in Congress in our lifetime. It is dangerous because it will force Christians, under threat of law, to be accommodating of subjective choices regarding sexual orientation and gender identity. And yet many Americans, as well as many Christians, seem to not c…
 
The Equality Act of 2019 is one of the most dangerous pieces of legislation to be introduced in Congress in our lifetime. It is dangerous because it will force Christians, under threat of law, to be accommodating of subjective choices regarding sexual orientation and gender identity. And yet many Americans, as well as many Christians, seem to not c…
 
The issue of abortion seems to be everywhere in the news. The arguments surrounding the issue are varied. However, all of them can be summed up in whether or not a human life is destroyed. In this episode, Virgil Walker (Omaha) walks through the issue and gives you a first-hand account of what it’s like to minister the Gospel of Jesus Christ at an …
 
The issue of abortion seems to be everywhere in the news. The arguments surrounding the issue are varied. However, all of them can be summed up in whether or not a human life is destroyed. In this episode, Virgil Walker (Omaha) walks through the issue and gives you a first-hand account of what it’s like to minister the Gospel of Jesus Christ at an …
 
If the box office receipts for the Avenger’s Endgame movie are any indication, it would seem that everyone is looking for a Superhero. This blockbuster smash seems to have the attention of many. In this episode, Darrell Harrison and Virgil Walker take the time to look into what drives humanity to seek rescue. What is it about our innate human natur…
 
For countless Christians who are single, being single is more of a dilemma than a calling. Many of them desire to be married and are discontent that God has not made His will clear about whom they are to marry or whether they are to marry at all. So how is a single Christian to navigate between the desire to be married and God’s will? Listen as Dar…
 
“Whiteness.” What, if anything, is it, and who, if anyone, is guilty of it? In this episode of the Just Thinking broadcast, Darrell and “Omaha” (Virgil) look to the Scriptures in discussing the topic of “whiteness” and the influence of Critical Race Theory and Black Liberation Theology in shaping this divisive and God-dishonoring movement within co…
 
The resurrection of Jesus Christ is unarguably the most central pillar in terms of Christian orthodoxy. For centuries, the Church has had to defend this doctrine against numerous heretical attacks that have come against it. And yet, today, many professing believers fail to grasp the temporal and eternal significance of this momentous event in their…
 
It’s clear, the battle lines have been drawn from the left and the right. Those on the left believe Socialism is the right path forward. Those on the right disagree holding to the Capitalism that has made the country prosperous. The question that needs to be asked has little to do with one’s political affiliation. Instead we should be asking, “What…
 
The late Dr. R.C. Sproul, Sr. once said, “My life didn’t get difficult until I became a Christian.” To be a Christian is, by definition, so separate oneself from his or her former life in the world. And yet, that separation doesn’t come easy as to live in this world is a constant struggle to not be of this world. Listen as Darrell and Virgil discus…
 
As the “social gospel” continues to gain traction within contemporary American evangelicalism, increasing numbers of professing Christians are aligning themselves with the idea that black Americans are owed reparations for slavery. But is such an idea biblical? In this expanded episode of the Just Thinking broadcast, Darrell and Virgil go in-depth …
 
To say that socialism is gaining in popularity in the United States would an understatement. But to say the same about the Church is both disheartening and concerning. Why are increasing numbers of professing evangelical Christians attracted to a worldview that is so antithetical to biblical orthodoxy? Listen to this expanded episode as Darrell and…
 
Recently, the United States Senate failed to pass the “Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act” or what is commonly known as the “Born-Alive Act”. The legislation, was aimed at protecting the lives of babies who were born alive after surviving an attempted abortion. Notwithstanding the role of elected politicians in failing to pass what appear…
 
Sexual immorality is one of the most devastating sins confronting the church today, destroying marriages, families, and ministries. And yet, despite this reality, sexual sin–both individually and corporately–remains one of the least-addressed sins from the pulpits of evangelical churches today. Listen as Darrell and “Omaha” deal head-on with this d…
 
In this episode of the Just Thinking podcast, Darrell and Omaha (Virgil Walker) continue their discussion of Living Out ministry’s 10-question audit, “How Biblically Inclusive Is Your Church?”, which they initially discussed in episode 42, entitled ‘The Narrow Road’. This is an expanded, “double-album” episode in which the aforementioned brothers t…
 
It seems increasing numbers of so-called ‘evangelical’ Christian ministries are buying into a socio-cultural paradigm of Christianity, particularly as it relates to “affirming” professing believers who identify as “same-sex attracted”. One of the ways they do this is by focusing on virtues like ‘community’, ‘unity’, and ‘diversity’. So much so that…
 
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