SemioBytes - Jewish and Christian Semiotics on Contemporary Issues
By Yoni & Terry
SemioBytes is a co-hosted production by YidBrik and Semio.City that answers submitted questions via semiotic analysis by addressing misunderstandings to build a bridge of shalom between the Judaism and Christianity.
We delve into theology (of course), clashing signs, and current events (such as those pesky headlines).
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Yoni and Terry talk with Benji Davis, an American-Israeli living in Jerusalem who educates on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict with Geo-Political Seminars. Learn more about Benji’s work at theisraelupdate.com and impactisraeleducation.com.
In this episode, Terry and Yoni discuss the terminology of shooter versus terrorist. In light of how many "shootings" happen in America on a regular basis, we feel it's time to call them terrorist attacks.
Welcome back to season 2 of SemioBytes! During our break, both Terry and Yoni acquired their Doctor of Ministry in Semiotics degrees. In this episode, Terry shares his recent project: Extinction Rebellion and climate change catastrophe. This is part 1 of a 2 part conversation.
In this episode Yoni and Terry interview Dr. Leonard Sweet regarding semiotics for both Jewish and Christian audiences as well as how the two groups can potentially theologically get along. Dr. Sweet is a foremost expert on theological semiotics and a “Top 100” of Christian authors. His is a distinguished scholar and lead mentor of a semiotics doctorate program at Portland Seminary. He regularly advocates for a Jewish perspective in his works and life.