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Kurt Willems

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Kurt Willems is a pastor, author, and spiritual director. His first book, Echoing Hope: How the Humanity of Jesus Redeems our Pain, releases in March 2021. Kurt is also the host of the Theology Curator podcast. He has a master of divinity degree from Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary and a master of arts in comparative religion from the University of Washington. [More About Kurt]

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Entering the Convo #6 – Radical New Perspective & Tying it all Together (EP-8)

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< 1 Minute Read For 2,000 years, people have tried to understand Paul’s writings. His influence on love and hate can’t be overestimated. How we read and interpret Paul matters. In this series, Kurt Willems lays out the ‘big picture’ of Pauline scholarship. This is a series of podcasts to listen to in order …

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Entering the Convo #5 – Wright and Dunn’s New Perspectives on Paul (EP-6)

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< 1 Minute Read For 2,000 years, people have tried to understand Paul’s writings. His influence on love and hate can’t be overestimated. How we read and interpret Paul matters. In this series, Kurt Willems lays out the ‘big picture’ of Pauline scholarship. This is a series of podcasts to listen to in order …

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Entering the Convo #4 – A New Perspective is Born (EP-5)

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< 1 Minute Read For 2,000 years, people have tried to understand Paul’s writings. His influence on love and hate can’t be overestimated. How we read and interpret Paul matters. In this series, Kurt Willems lays out the ‘big picture’ of Pauline scholarship. This is a series of podcasts to listen to in order …

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Entering the Convo #3 – Augustine, Luther & Reformers Continued (EP-4)

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< 1 Minute Read For 2,000 years, people have tried to understand Paul’s writings. His influence on love and hate can’t be overestimated. How we read and interpret Paul matters. In this series, Kurt Willems lays out the ‘big picture’ of Pauline scholarship. This is a series of podcasts to listen to in order …

Jesus was Born in Bethlehem, NOT Rome: Choosing to Lose the “War for Christmas”

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4 Minute Read Each year Christmas comes along and so do various controversies. Yesterday, my friend Jeff Clarke wrote: However, when we post on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram our demand for people toKeep Christ in Christmas, we are in that moment displaying a degree of arrogance, not humility. Instead of pointing people to the humble …