The Bible Unmasked Season 1 Episode 48: Acts 22 - Romans 14
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In Episode 48 of the Bible Unmasked, Pr. Kevin McKoy and Cassandra Pierre discuss Acts 22 to Romans 14. The book of Acts, written by Luke, describes the founding of the Christian Church and spread of the gospel. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans is an appeal to help spread the gospel.
Date: November 28, 2021
Questions in this episode: Is baptism necessary for salvation? What was the law concerning a Roman citizen that spared Paul a flagellation and later death? What is the Nazarene sect? If hurricanes and storms are not new phenomena, why are they believed to be signs of the end? Are these verses talking about homosexuality? How should Christians address this sensitive topic in church nowadays? What does it mean that there’s no condemnation in Jesus?
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Cassandra Pierre is a passionate advocate for social justice and is sensitive to the unique needs and cultures of the South Florida communities. Ms. Pierre was born and raised in Haiti. Her mother and father were educators who worked as public
servants, helping the less fortunate. Their fervent desire to help those in need instilled the same passion in Ms. Pierre. In 2000, she earned a law degree from the State University of Haiti. A few years later, she immigrated to the United States.
After Ms. Pierre came to the United States, she pursued her education and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from Florida Atlantic University in 2007. About two years later, she earned a Master of Social Work from Barry University in 2009. As a social worker, Ms. Pierre worked with underserved communities, affecting change for minorities and contributing to society. She later earned a Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law in 2016.
While in law school, Ms. Pierre interned at the University of Miami Immigration Clinic, where she represented clients in removal proceedings and participated in advocacy projects to improve human rights for noncitizens. Also, Ms. Pierre interned at the University of Miami Children and Youth Law Clinic, representing clients in dependency proceedings. Moreover, she was honored to work as a staff editor for the University of Miami Race and Social Justice Law Review.
Ms. Pierre currently serves as an Assistant Public Defender. In this capacity, she combines her legal and social work skills to provide the best representation for her clients. Her passion for advocacy and social justice has
inspired her to pursue a career in public service.
Kevin A. McKoy
Kevin, a native of Jamaica, desires to grow in God’s grace, and to live God’s will for his life. His passion is to nurture God’s people by embodying the Gospel of the Kingdom of God. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Religion with a concentration in Pastoral Ministry from Northern Caribbean University in Jamaica and a Master of Divinity in Pastoral Theology and Care from Yale University. Kevin is married to Sheriece, and they are waiting the birth of their first child. Kevin is a supporter of Liverpool Football Club and enjoys sport in general.