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Nov 17, 2017
theology, podcast

Politics & Religion: Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Dr. Amy Black is Professor of Political Science at Wheaton College.
Politics & Religion: Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Politics & Religion: Can’t We All Just Get Along?

In this episode of Theology for Life, Lynn and Ed talk with Dr. Amy Black about political civility and religion and her book Honoring God in Red or Blue. Is it too late to have humility, grace, and reason as we engage ...

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Nov 16, 2017
moody radio, guest host

Equipped with Chris Brooks on Moody Radio

I had another opportunity to guest host on Moody Radio.
Equipped with Chris Brooks on Moody Radio

Last week I had the privilege of once again guest hosting on Moody Radio. I sat in for “Equipped with Chris Brooks,” which airs Monday - Friday from 12:00 - 1:00 pm Central.

On Monday, November 6, my guest was Dr. Jamie Aten, founder and director of Wheaton College’s ...

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Nov 9, 2017
interview, new book, martyr

One-on-One with Johnnie Moore (Part 2): Politics & The Christian Faith

Other faiths have equal concerns for religious liberty and human rights
One-on-One with Johnnie Moore (Part 2): Politics & The Christian Faith
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Ed: In the last year you’ve been thrust into the public square in a new way, especially as it relates to Donald Trump. From tweeting a viral photo of Christians laying hands on the president to pray for him to your role as an ad hoc spokesperson for the so-called Evangelical ...

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Nov 7, 2017
interview, book, commentary, dictionary

One-on-One with Daniel Treier on the Updated Evangelical Dictionary of Theology

First published in the 1950s, the last major revision was in the 1980s.

Ed: Why produce another edition of this classic dictionary now?

Daniel Treier: The Evangelical Dictionary of Theology began its life as the Baker Dictionary of Theology in the 1950s. Walter Elwell produced a massively revised and expanded version in 1984, and then a smaller-scale ...

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Nov 5, 2017
evangelism, apologetics, conversation, relationship

One-on-One with Carmen LaBerge on Bringing God Back into Every Conversation

We can’t speak the good news of the gospel in un-gospel ways.

Ed: Seems like every weekend we have a new example of human tragedy filling the news. How can we get into those conversations in ways that are faithful and compassionate?

Carmen LaBerge: Christians must be prepared to lean into these conversations because this the reality of ...

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Nov 4, 2017
interview, new book, martyr, IDOP, persecuted

The Martyr’s Oath, an Interview with Johnnie Moore on the Persecuted Church

The persecuted church calls the free church to live for the Jesus they are willing to die for
The Martyr’s Oath, an Interview with Johnnie Moore on the Persecuted Church
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Ed: What is The Martyr’s Oath, and why did you write it?

Johnnie Moore: I’ll never forget meeting a nun on a visit to Iraq just after Mosul fell to ISIS. She said to me, “I love America. Such beautiful people. Such a wonderful place. I have a PhD from an American ...

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Oct 31, 2017
theology, podcast

The Gospel of John in Light of the Synoptics

Dr. Josh Moody is the senior pastor of College Church in Wheaton.
The Gospel of John in Light of the Synoptics

Episode 38: The Gospel of John in Light of the Synoptics

In this episode of Theology for Life, Lynn and Ed talk with Josh Moody, senior pastor of College Church (Wheaton, IL) about the Gospel of John—how and why it differs so much from the Synoptic Gospels. In John, we ...

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Oct 24, 2017
theology, podcast

American History, ‘Social Gospelers’, and What We Can Learn

Dr. Sarah Miglio is Assistant Professor of History at Wheaton College
American History, ‘Social Gospelers’, and What We Can Learn

In this episode of Theology for Life, Ed and Lynn talk to Dr. Sarah Miglio about American History, specifically the Progressive Era (1880s – 1920s) and the social gospel.

  • How did these ‘social gospelers’ emerge and come together?
  • Why were they important for the movement of the gospel?
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Oct 11, 2017
reformation, catholic, confession, denomination, protestant

One-on-One with David Dockery on the Reforming Catholic Confession that Celebrates the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

Faithful Protestants continue to share many basic Christian beliefs in spite of our very real denominational differences.
One-on-One with David Dockery on the Reforming Catholic Confession that Celebrates the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation
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Ed: What is the new Reforming Catholic Confession and why was it released at this time?

David Dockery: The Reforming Catholic Confession is a statement released to commemorate and celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. The statement is an attempt to show that Lutherans, ...

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Oct 10, 2017
Evidence, Verdict, Apologetics, Evangelism

One-on-One with Josh and Sean McDowell on the New Edition of “Evidence That Demands A Verdict”

First published in 1972, this classic was last updated nearly two decades ago.
One-on-One with Josh and Sean McDowell on the New Edition of “Evidence That Demands A Verdict”
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Ed: Why did you feel the need for an updated version of this classic?

Josh and Sean McDowell:Evidence has been updated three times since 1972, but the last version was 1999—nearly two decades ago! Over this time span, a number of new issues and challenges have arisen in ...

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Oct 3, 2017
theology, podcast

Theology for Life with Darrell Bock and Michael Graves

Dr. Bock teaches at Dallas Seminary; Dr. Graves teaches at Wheaton College.
Theology for Life with Darrell Bock and Michael Graves

Episode 34: Thinking Biblically and Theologically Around Issues of Culture

In this episode of Theology for Life, Lynn and Ed talk with Dr. Darrell Bock about culture wars and our role as Christians. In an attempt to challenge our culture, we’ve lost the sense of pointing ...

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Sep 18, 2017
graduate school, masters degree, humanitarian, disaster relief

One-on-One with Jamie Aten on the New MA in Humanitarian & Disaster Leadership Program at Wheaton College

New master's degree seeks to prepare the next generation of humanitarian and disaster professionals.

After much planning and preparation, Wheaton College has just launched the first-of-its-kind MA in Humanitarian & Disaster Leadership Program. I recently chatted with Dr. Jamie Aten, founder and executive director of the Humanitarian Disaster Institute, about the program. ...

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Sep 11, 2017
theology, podcast

Disasters and the Christian Faith (Theology for Life)

Dr. Jamie Aten directs the Humanitarian Disaster Institute (HDI) at Wheaton College.
Disasters and the Christian Faith (Theology for Life)

Episode 32: Disasters and the Christian Faith

In this episode of Theology for Life, Lynn and Ed talk with Dr. Jamie Aten about how we face personal disaster and crisis. Aten talks about his own journey with a cancer diagnosis. What do we learn about God during these times, and ...

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Sep 8, 2017
church, houston, harvey, irma, hurricane

While we watch Hurricane Irma leave a devastating trail in its wake as it heads towards the Southeastern United States, relief efforts in Texas will continue for months to come in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. With the onslaught of tragedy occurring recently, it can be ...

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Sep 7, 2017
church, houston, harvey, irma, hurricane

Houston Stories: How God Is Working through Crosspoint Church in the Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

Donating money, instead of supplies, helps the local economy.
Houston Stories: How God Is Working through Crosspoint Church in the Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

While we watch Hurricane Irma leave a devastating wake in its trail as it heads towards the Southeastern United States, relief efforts in Texas will continue for months to come in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. With the onslaught of tragedy occurring recently, it can be ...

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