We launch this Podcast with Columbus’ arrival to the “New World.” This event issued forth the “Age of Discovery.” Although we were taught Columbus was in search of spices, he was actually sailing under 15th century Papal edicts known as the Doctrines of Christian Discovery [DOCD]. Following the fall of Constantinople, these Papal Bulls were issued to legitimate Portugal’s exploits in extracting gold in West Africa and capturing slaves. By 1492, the Transatlantic slave trade began with Columbus’ first crossing. The DOCD established the spiritual justification to bring the world under total dominion of the Church. The patriarchal hierarchy was constituted under an Almighty Supreme God at the helm—thus giving the Church full access to the world’s resources, by having dominion over Indigenous Peoples, their lands, and destruction of their cultures. These Christian decrees soon became the legal principal used during the Protestant Reformation, by giving credence to any Protestant claim to I... more
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The Doctrine of Discovery is an extremely important but convoluted part of the History of not only the United States, but any people group that was touched by European Conquest and the "Age of Discovery"! The Information in this podcast is at the 30,000 ft level, so I am excited to get deeper into the series to uncover the depths and the Unsettling Nature of the Doctrine and all the Ideas that have roots in the Doctrine. Conquest, Manifest Destiny, Westward Expansion, Eurocentrism, White Suprema... more
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