Jay Kim: Analog vs. Digital Church (and pandemics) [EP-89]

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Jay Kim, pastor and author, chats with Kurt Willems about his book, Analog Church: Why We Need Real People, Places, and Things in the Digital Age. Jay’s book looks at the importance of incarnation and human to human engagement in church communities. He then, after the first interview (which took place just prior to the pandemic) he returns with some additional thoughts on how to apply his wisdom in a pandemic.

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Author: Kurt Willems

Kurt Willems (MDiv, MA) is the founding pastor of Pangea Church (Seattle), curator of both Theology Curator Podcast (formerly called, The Paulcast) and Rapture Drill Podcast podcasts and resourcer of an intelligent and humanizing faith at Theology Curator.

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