Ep03. Indigenous Art, Spirituality, and Faith with Narelle Urquhart

Ep03. Indigenous Art, Spirituality, and Faith with Narelle Urquhart
"Art can speak a different narrative over Aboriginal people, compared to what's been spoken about us by others"

I spoke with Narelle Urquhart, brilliant Aboriginal artist and Indigenous Cultural Support Officer at Bond University. We discuss her emergence as an artist, her faith, what she hopes to capture with her work, the ongoing inequality that Aboriginal people face, working with young people, and the celebration of culture. Check out her work online (a quick google search will get you there). Listen in iTunes

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Ep02. Explorations in Asian Christianity with Scott W. Sunquist

Ep02. Explorations in Asian Christianity with Scott W. Sunquist

In this, our second episode, Liam is joined by Scott W Sunquist to talk about his book Explorations in Asian Christianity. We talk they why and how of studying Christian mission (including his excellent proposal of a cruciform and apostolic lens), discuss the multi-directional, complex, and fascinating story of the transmission of Christianity in Asia (spoiler: it's much more complex than East to West), a theology for mission and migration, the question of unity in World Christianity, what story from world Christian history would Scott turn into a movie... and so much more! Listen in iTunes

“Christianity was born at the borderland of two empires, and at the confluence of three continents”

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Ep01. A Very Good Gospel with Lisa Sharon Harper

Ep01. A Very Good Gospel with Lisa Sharon Harper

"It’s not possible to say that you are under the Kingdom of God if you are ok with the image of God being crushed in your land"

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Welcome to the first episode of the Love Rinse Repeat Podcast. A podcast hosted by Liam Miller aiming to bring together fun interviews with dope theologians, practitioners, artists, and churchy folk. This first episode features an interview with Lisa Sharon Harper, Chief Church Engagement Officer at Sojourners and author of The Very Good Gospel: How Everything Wrong Can Be Made Right.

This is a fun, inspiring, impassioned, and illuminating interview. Lisa walks her discovery that what she thought was good news wasn't good enough to those who've suffered under oppression and injustice and the journey to find a thicker good news. We talk shalom, examples of communities embodying the kingdom, the image of God, colonisation, and more.

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