Great podcast
I just recently started listening. Thoroughly enjoying the podcast. Recently I have really benefitted from listening to the Vineyard pastor from New Haven . Touched my heart to hear of the struggles Black Folk routinely have. I have heard and know this but he does a very good job describing it in terms that a middle class white man can understand. He is in the trenches leading a multi-ethnic church in New Haven. This is a great interview. Also just listened to Willie Jennings’ episode about the righteous anger of God. Great sermon. Smart, eloquent man. Amazed by his perseverance and hope and loving spirit. His parents sound absolutely wonderful. Would love to hear more of his stuff. He is spot on. Makes me sad to hear of the hard times they have had. This should not be. I need to help change it. And Miroslav’s comments are edifying and good for me to hear. I want to read his books. Loving people. Loving the other. Not dehumanizing people. This is great stuff. These podcasts make me think and touch my heart. And point to Christ and the Gospel. And the Kingdom of God. Thank you.
Slomo333333 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/08/20
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The stated purpose of this podcast is to help listeners to live a life that is worthy of our humanity. They accomplish this (and more). If you want a podcast that is informed, rigorous, has an ear to the human condition, and is profoundly Christian, this is your podcast! Good good stuff!
Worldclass_Adu17 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/02/20
I so appreciate the thoughtful approach to considering the current situation in our world. We need thinkers like Miroslav Volf and friends to guide our thoughts beyond knee-jerk reactions and into how we can use this opportunity for a reset of culture and economy to care for all of humanity....Read full review »
Scrabbler54 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/03/20
Croasmun and Volf are fantastic together. Their book of the same name as the podcast is worth a read too -- a theological manifesto for our time that adroitly identifies how Jesus Christ is revealed in the 21st century.
Tyler Montgomery via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/06/20
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