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How Can We Rebuild? Theologian Gary Demar engages with hot topics in faith and politics from a faith-filled, historically-informed perspective. The mission of American Vision is to restore America to its biblical foundation, this podcast gives Christians a paradigm and a plan to do just that. Gary DeMar served as President of American Vision for thirty-five years—is a graduate of Western Michigan University (1973) and earned his M.Div. at Reformed Theological Seminary in 1979. Author of coun ...
 
Welcome to FULLER curated, a podcast of the best conversations happening at Fuller Theological Seminary—drawn from lecture series, conferences, dialogues, panel discussions, special events, and more. Listen to the eclectic richness of Fuller’s intellectual and spiritual life, and visit Fuller.edu/Studio to explore the full materials and related content. It is Fuller's practice to allow conversations with our guests to be uncensored as a gesture of engagement in civil dialogue—a value to whic ...
 
I’m a pastor at Door of Hope church in Portland, an adjunct professor of Hebrew and Old Testament at Western Seminary, and a creative writer for The Bible Project. I’ve been utterly fascinated with Jesus and his Jewish heritage ever since I became a Christian at 20 years old through an urban outreach ministry to skateboarders in Portland, called Skate Church. I discovered the wonderful world of biblical studies and languages at Multnomah University and Western Seminary and had the privilege ...
 
This podcast features messages delivered by my personal hero of the faith, Dr. Earl Radmacher. Dr. R is the President Emeritus of Western Seminary and has traveled over ten million miles to preach and teach at over a thousand Bible Conferences and thousands of churches. I hope his preaching and teaching are as edifying to you as they are to me...
 
Candid conversations about Theology, Church, and Mission, hosted by Jay Kim and Isaac Serrano. The Regeneration Podcast is a series of conversations with a variety of people - church leaders, authors, academics, creatives, and you - exploring some of today’s most confusing and difficult questions about the theology and mission of the Christian church. Our aim is to create a thoughtful, interesting, and engaging dialogue that confronts the toughest questions, rather than shying away from them ...
 
The inspiration to start this podcast comes after about 38 years of trying to go through life as a seeker of truth and follower of Jesus Christ. It hasn't been without trials and pitfalls, but faithfulness brings great rewards in the long term. While studying vocal performance and classical music at Western Washington University, a piano professor invited me to her home Bible study. I really connected with her genuineness as a person; and her knowledgeable, straightforward way of communicati ...
 
See Sider Squirm. If Pope John Paul II is really interested in dealing with heretical "liberation theologians" in his church, then he ought to issue this third edition of Productive Christians as a Papal encyclical. Protestants have trouble with their own liberation theologians. Some of them are Marxists in the Lamb's clothing, while others are merely Fabian socialists in the Lamb's clothing. Some of them just aren't willing to say...yet. (Tactics, you understand.) Ron Sider belongs to the t ...
 
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In a conversation moderated by Amos Yong, Warren Brown and Brad Strawn discuss the dynamics of extended cognition in embodied religious experiences, practices, and communities. Warren S. Brown is director of Fuller’s Lee Edward Travis Research Institute and professor of Psychology; Brad Strawn is Fuller’s chief of spiritual formation and integratio…
 
Todd and Ryan sit down with pastor Michael Lawrence to talk about how pastors should respond to mental illness in the church. Michael shares from his own personal experience as a parent whose child was diagnosed with a serious mental illness a number of years ago. He talks about how the gospel relates to mental health, the dangers of seeing mental …
 
Todd and Ryan sit down with hip-hop artist Shai Linne to discuss how the gospel can accomplish racial reconciliation. Shai is the author of The New Reformation: Finding Hope in the Fight for Ethnic Unity. In addition to releasing numerous Christian hip-hop albums, Shai cofounded Risen Christ Fellowship, an inner-city church in his hometown of Phila…
 
In his lecture “Navigating the Generations,” delivered at the 2012 Missiology Lectures, Soong-Chan Rah examined the sociocultural factors at play across generations within immigrant churches—with a specific look at the Asian North American church. In response, Sunoko Lin and Timothy K. Park discussed the generational divides in Asian Immigrant chur…
 
In his lecture “Suffering and Celebration,” delivered at the 2012 Missiology Lectures, Soong-Chan Rah spoke on the multicultural church’s need for intersecting theologies of both suffering and celebration. In response, Ryan K. Bolger and Juan Martínez discussed the problems of American church growth and the varying Christian narratives told in chur…
 
In his lecture “Cultural Intelligence and the Multicultural Church,” delivered at the 2012 Missiology Lectures, Soong-Chan Rah explained how power and cultural incompetence in majority cultures breeds an oppressive otherness, in the world and in the church, in particular. In response, Kevin Haah, Craig Hendrickson, and Roberta King offered perspect…
 
In his message at Fuller’s All-Seminary Chapel, Soong-Chan Rah reflected on Acts 15 and asked how the Western Church might move from its captivity to culture and toward deeper commitment to Christ. This lecture was delivered at Fuller’s 2012 Missiology Lectures. At the time of recording, Soong-Chan Rah was the Milton B. Engebretson Associate Profes…
 
Timothy Paul Jones and Garrick Bailey from Three Chords and the Truth Podcast team up with Ryan and Todd to answer questions about apologetics and the impassibility of God. They also discuss questions as to how ethics should shape 21st century apologetics, what instrument Herman Bavinck would have played if he’d joined his fellow Dutchmen Eddie and…
 
In his lecture “The Path of Shared Perceiving,” Willie Jennings speaks of how a Christian doctrine of creation requires a shared work, between Jewish and Gentile believers, of perceiving a world of belonging and interconnectedness with all creatures. In response, Oscar García-Johnson says a deconstruction of our current doctrines of creation is the…
 
In his lecture “Perceiving, Dwelling, and Creating Communion,” Willie Jennings warns against commodification and objectification, and looks to how we might move toward a life of communion and reciprocity. In response, Sebastian Kim hopes for a more expansive doctrine of creation that draws on the wisdom of eco-feminist theology and looks to the int…
 
Do you find it challenging to apply the book of Proverbs to your life? Dominick Hernández joins Todd and Ryan to discuss how the wisdom in Proverbs is indeed intended to help us with practical matters in our lives. Hernandez is assistant professor of Old Testament Interpretation and the Director of the Online Hispanic Program at the Southern Baptis…
 
How should Christians think about the afterlife? What difference does the doctrines of heaven and hell make in Christianity? Randy Alcorn joins the show to talk with Ryan and Todd about writing, heaven, and what Christian living has to do with the eternal promise of the New Heavens and the New Earth. Mentioned Resources Randy Alcorn, Heaven, The Gr…
 
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