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Feb 15, 2018
Stoneman Shooting, Church United, Prayer Vigil

Shootings, Grace, and the Gospel: An Interview with Pastor Eddie Bevill of Parkridge Church on the Parkland Shooting

Parkridge Church met in the high school for 7 years—now they're hosting a vigil for those killed in the shooting.
Shootings, Grace, and the Gospel: An Interview with Pastor Eddie Bevill of Parkridge Church on the Parkland Shooting
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Another tragedy has struck our nation, this time at a high school in Parkland, Florida. According to reports, it’s one of the nation’s deadliest attacks at a high school. My heart dropped when I heard the news yesterday. Another community, and more families, wrecked ...

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Feb 7, 2018
theology, podcast

Studying the Bible in the Ancient Languages [Theology for Life]

Dr. Graves is Professor of Biblical Studies at Wheaton College.
Studying the Bible in the Ancient Languages [Theology for Life]

Studying the Bible in the Ancient Languages

In this episode of Theology for Life, Ed and Lynn discuss with Dr. Michael Graves why studying the Bible in the original languages can help our understanding and appreciation of Scripture. Instead of being archaic, the richness of the ...

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Jan 30, 2018
theology, podcast

Understanding Korean-U.S. Relations through a Faith Lens [Theology for Life]

Dr. Kim teaches history at Wheaton College.
Understanding Korean-U.S. Relations through a Faith Lens [Theology for Life]

Understanding Korean-U.S. Relations through a Faith Lens

In this episode of Theology for Life, Ed and Lynn talk to Dr. Hanmee Kim about North and South Korea—the history and current reality. What does this mean for Christians today? As we look at history, what do nation-states ...

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Jan 24, 2018
theology, podcast

Christians & Immigration [Theology for Life]

David Iglesias serves as the director of the Wheaton Center for Faith, Politics, and Economics.
Christians & Immigration [Theology for Life]

Christians & Immigration

In this episode of Theology for Life, Ed and Lynn discuss immigration and immigration policy with David Iglesias. Iglesias talks about current issues related to immigration and how Christians can engage those biblically.

David Iglesias serves as the ...

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Jan 17, 2018
work, new book, priest, identity

One-on-One with Scott Breslin on Embracing Our Priestly Nature at Work

There is innate dignity to every occupation and job a Christian might do.

Ed Stetzer: What was the reason for writing Embracing Our Priestly Nature at Work?

Scott Breslin: I wrote the book to help rekindle the notion of the priesthood of all believers in a way that was both theologically sound and practical for ordinary Christians. There are many teachings ...

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Jan 12, 2018
theology, podcast

The Theology for Life Podcast

A weekly podcast co-hosted by Drs. Ed Stetzer and Lynn Cohick
The Theology for Life Podcast

Sin, Patience, and Our Theology

In this episode of Theology for Life Ed and Lynn talk to Dr. David Lauber about his works on both the doctrine of sin and the role of patience in the Christian life.

David Lauber (PhD, Princeton Theological Seminary) is associate professor of theology ...

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Jan 8, 2018
new book, 20 Truths

20 Truths from Enter the Ring: Fighting Together for a Gospel-Saturated Marriage

Check out this new book from D.A. and Elicia Horton
20 Truths from Enter the Ring: Fighting Together for a Gospel-Saturated Marriage
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1. Married Christians are often distracted by the fight going on around them. They’re allowing self-oriented priorities to dictate their marriage instead of the gospel. They’re choosing the world’s priorities instead of God’s. The world is going to keep ...

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Jan 2, 2018
book, devotional, interview

One-on-One with Christine Caine on Her New Devotional

"Unshakeable" joins "Unashamed," "Unstoppable," and "Undaunted."

Ed: First, tell us a little about your background.

Christine Caine: I was born and raised in Sydney, Australia, the daughter of Greek immigrants. If you have seen the movie “My Big Fat Greek Wedding,” then you will know my Big Fat Greek Life.

At age 33, I found out ...

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Dec 28, 2017
new book, interview, stranger

One-on-One with Krish Kandiah on Stranger Grace and Stranger Danger

God is strange, unpredictable, and inscrutable
One-on-One with Krish Kandiah on Stranger Grace and Stranger Danger
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Ed Stetzer: What do you mean when you say “God is stranger”?

Krish Kandiah: Well, for a start, God is stranger than we give him credit for. The Bible is full of awkward parts where God behaves in unpredictable or strange ways—although mostly I think we tend ...

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Dec 20, 2017
theology, podcast

Theology and the Care of Creation

Dr. Nadine Folino Rorem is Professor of Biology at Wheaton College.
Theology and the Care of Creation

Theology and the Care of Creation

In this episode of Theology for Life Ed and Lynn talk to Dr. Nadine Folino Rorem about Christians in the sciences. How does working in the sciences help people–or does it? Throughout scripture, God demonstrates his beauty and lordship in ...

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Dec 5, 2017
theology, podcast

Stories, Theology, and the Importance of Literature

Dr. Christina Bieber Lake is Professor of English at Wheaton College.
Stories, Theology, and the Importance of Literature

Stories, Theology, and the Importance of Literature

In this episode of Theology for Life, Dr. Christina Bieber Lake talks with Ed and Lynn about why all story is theological. She discusses themes in her book Beyond the Story: American Fiction and the Limits of Materialism, which ...

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Nov 23, 2017
thanksgiving, pilgrims, history

One-on-One with Tracy McKenzie on the Truth about Thanksgiving and What It Means for Us Today

The Pilgrims did not think of their autumn 1621 celebration as a Thanksgiving Day as much as a kind of harvest festival.
One-on-One with Tracy McKenzie on the Truth about Thanksgiving and What It Means for Us Today
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Ed: Several years ago, you wrote a great book called The First Thanksgiving, where you talk about what the Pilgrims were really like, that first Thanksgiving, and what we can learn as Christ-followers. What are 1-2 historical “facts” that you debunked?

Tracy McKenzie: ...

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Nov 21, 2017
theology, podcast

Community Arts, Visual Artistry, and the Christian Faith

Leah Samuelson is Associate Lecturer of Art at Wheaton College.
Community Arts, Visual Artistry, and the Christian Faith

Community Arts, Visual Artistry, and the Christian Faith

In this episode of Theology for Life, Lynn and Ed talk with Leah Samuelson about community art—what it means and how it benefits the community and those participating. How are relationships built while doing art? ...

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Nov 21, 2017
paraphrase, translation, new book

One-on-One with Elmer Towns on His New Paraphrase “The Bible by Jesus”

An extended sermon in the words of the Savior
One-on-One with Elmer Towns on His New Paraphrase “The Bible by Jesus”
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Elmer Towns has a new book that will raise some questions and spark some discussion. He spoke with The Exchange about “The Bible by Jesus” recently and this is what he had to say.

The Exchange: So how did this book come about?

Elmer Towns: About 15 years ago I was ...

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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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