In today’s installment of the Antioch Podcast we continue our series “Radical Acts” the story of the birth of the multiethnic church. In today’s episode, we enter the story as the followers of Jesus flee persecution from Jews. They find shelter among the “half-Jewish” residents of Samaria, whom Jews saw as a lower-caste people. These followers of Jesus begin to reckon with how to reestablish themselves as a movement in this decidedly non-Jewish space, and we watch as a new leader emerges named Phillip, himself an ethic outsider to Judaism. As always, we bring our antiracist lens to our reading of scripture, as we talk about this text.