Evolved Beyond Christianity!

Sinopse

This Podcast will feature author and Pan-African organizer, Devin Walker, as he discusses the research that has taken him beyond the limitations of Christianity to a higher level of Spirituality and activism. As the author of An Appeal to The African Church in America: Beware of False Profit$ and The Way of the Gentiles, Devin will share his research and programs-of-action experience to help unify and organize those who are struggling with the modern-day religious landscape. This Podcast is for the many people who have beliefs that are vastly different from the church or religious institution they currently or formerly attended, but are afraid to speak out for fear of isolation from their Church, family or friends. It will provide you with historical information about the origins of religion that will help you understand that there are many paths to truth and enlightenment beyond religion and that it is perfectly fine to choose your own path toward this quest.

Episódios

  • Episode #9: Thanksgiving is Not a Christian Holiday!

    Episode #9: Thanksgiving is Not a Christian Holiday!

    23/11/2017 Duração: 29min

    In this episode, Devin discusses the history of Thanksgiving and why this holiday goes against the true principles of Christianity.  He also discusses how cultural imposition by Europe is still the reason why Africans in America accept Thanksgiving uncritically, along with the negative impacts of doing so has on the African community.

  • Episode #8 - The Way of the Gentiles, Part 3 of 3

    Episode #8 - The Way of the Gentiles, Part 3 of 3

    20/11/2017 Duração: 44min

    This podcast is the last of a three-part series entitled, "The Way of the Gentiles!"  In this episode, Devin discusses how and why Europe embraced a system of greed, private ownership and war more than any other region in the world.  He discusses the relationship between the Gentiles and the U.S. Military, and why the U.S. has approximately 800 military basis in more than 70 countries in the world.

  • Episode #7: Who Are the Gentiles, Part 2

    Episode #7: Who Are the Gentiles, Part 2

    08/07/2017 Duração: 53min

    In this episode, Devin Walker provides Biblical and historical evidence to show that the "lost sheep of the House of Israel" described by Jesus were African and how the modern-day Western powers of Europe and the United States have intentionally misinterpreted chapter 10, versus 5-6 of the book of Matthew to maintain control over the majority of the world.  It is highly recommended that before listening to this episode, you listen to Part 1 (Episode #6).  The picture thumbnail for this episode was taken from the website https://fakejew.wordpress.com/2016/06/22/the-original-jews-were-blacks/. 

  • Episode #6: Who Are the Gentiles? Part 1

    Episode #6: Who Are the Gentiles? Part 1

    25/06/2017 Duração: 52min

    In this episode, Devin Walker draws from the Bible, historical and geographical documents, religious theory and political ideology to explain and show the true cultural identity of the Gentiles, which has been intentionally hidden by the Western world.  He shows the connection between the meaning of Jesus' instruction to His disciples to "go not into the way of the Gentiles" and the fixation that Europe and the U.S. has with war, militarism, individualism and greed.

  • Episode #5: The African Origins of Christianity, Part 2

    Episode #5: The African Origins of Christianity, Part 2

    11/06/2017 Duração: 39min

    This is part 2 of Devin Walker's discussion on the African Origins of Christianity. In this episode, Devin discusses 1) the Egyptian origin of Hebrew names and words; 2) the three sons of Noah; 3) Koptic Church of Africa - the first Christians; 4) how African women were the first martyrs of Christianity; and much more. Devin originally conducted and published most of this information in 1991 (at the age of 24), while as an active member of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, through his research newsletter of that day entitled, "The Kemit Report!" It was a part of his appeal to the church to break its silence on the hidden history of Africa in religion and to speak out against racism, sexism and other forms of bigotry in society.

  • Episode #4: The African Origins of Christianity, Part 1

    Episode #4: The African Origins of Christianity, Part 1

    25/05/2017 Duração: 36min

    In this episode, author and organizer Devin Walker discusses his research that shows the African origin of 1) the Hebrew Israelites, 2) the first people to practice religion, 3) Christmas and Easter, 4) the word, "Amen," 5) the sources of the Bible, and 6) the idea of the word "Trinity!" Devin originally conducted and published most of this information in 1991 (at the age of 24), while as an active member of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, through his research newsletter of that day entitled, "The Kemit Report!" It was a part of his appeal to the church to break its silence on the hidden history of Africa in religion and to speak out against racism, sexism and other forms of bigotry in society.

  • Episode #3: The Price For Speaking Out for Truth Against the Status Quo!

    Episode #3: The Price For Speaking Out for Truth Against the Status Quo!

    18/05/2017 Duração: 37min

    In this podcast, author and organizer Devin Walker shows the similarities between Prophet Jeremiah in the Bible, the Rev. Dr. Martin L. King, Jr., Paul Robeson and W.E.B. Dubois, and how each of them sacrificed and suffered politically or socially for speaking out against the church and the state.  Reading from the conclusion of his 2002 book entitled, “An Appeal to the African Church in America: Beware of False Profit$,” Devin appeals to the African church and all oppressed people to not be afraid to speak truth to power and to stand up against the status quo, no matter the consequences. To here all episodes of this podcast, click Here!

  • Episode #2: Why I Quit the Church, Not God!

    Episode #2: Why I Quit the Church, Not God!

    30/04/2017 Duração: 34min

    In this episode, Devin Walker discusses five reasons why he quit the Church, not God, after being a member of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church for 49 years.  He discusses the impact of Apostle Paul on the teachings of Jesus, along with the development of racism and sexism in Judeo-Christian traditions that are still prevalent in many churches today.   This is a follow-up to a blog Devin wrote on September 10, 2016 entitled, "20 Reasons Why I Left the Church, Not God!"   www.devinlwalkerbooks.com https://www.facebook.com/EvolvedBeyondChristianity/   List of references for Episode #2: Zuckerman, Phil.  DuBois on Religion! Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. Cleage Jr., Albert B. Black Christian Nationalism: New Directions for the Black Church, Detroit, MI: Luxor Publishers of the Pan-African Orthodox 1987. Finch III, Charles S.  Echoes of the Old Darkland: Themes From The African Eden, Decatur, GA Walker, Devin. An Appeal To The African Church in America: Beware of False Profit$, B

  • Episode #1: Never Be Afraid of Knowledge!

    Episode #1: Never Be Afraid of Knowledge!

    16/04/2017 Duração: 50min

    This is the first episode of Devin Walker's Podcast entitled, "Evolved Beyond Christianity."  In this Podcast, Devin explains its purpose and describes his own evolution from Christianity back to Pan-Africanism.  He discusses the history and origin of Easter and Christmas as examples, and quotes a divinity school paper written by the Rev. Dr. Martin L. King, Jr., entitled, "The Impact of the Mystery Systems on Christianity," as an example of how and why Christianity is not an end, but a means to an end that is not necessary for everyone. ​This Podcast is for the many people who have beliefs that are vastly different from the church or religious institution they currently or formerly attended, but are afraid to speak out for fear of isolation from their Church, family or friends.  This discussion will provide you with historical information about the origins of religion that will help you understand that there are many paths to truth and enlightenment beyond religion and that it is perfectly fine to choose you

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