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Might From the Margins with Dennis Edwards [EP-126]

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< 1 Minute Read Subscribe via iTunes | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | Audible In this episode, Kurt Willems sits down with Dr. Dennis Edwards (associate professor of New Testament, North Park) to discuss his book, Might From the Margins: The Gospel’s Power to Turn the Tables on Injustice. GIVE THE SHOW SOME LOVE 1) If you would be so kind …

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Why Do We Suffer & Where’s God? (Valerie Rempel)[EP-125]

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< 1 Minute Read Subscribe via iTunes | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | Audible In this episode, Kurt Willems chats with his former professor, Valerie Rempel to discuss her new book, Why Do We Suffer and Where is God When We Do?. The problem of suffering and evil, sadly, are quite timely. She offers wisdom in this episode. GIVE THE …

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Jesus Politics #4 – “Pulling a Judas” with the Devil [EP-107]

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< 1 Minute Read Subscribe via iTunes | Spotify | Google | Stitcher Jesus Politics is a series of teachings and reflections from Kurt Willems leading up to the election. Each teaching is followed up by a conversation between Kurt and Tony Scarcello. This series explores topics such as: allegiance, nationalism, kingdom of God, dominion and stewardship, Revelation and ‘end times,’ citizenship, …

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Jesus Politics #3 – Dominion Done Badly [EP-106]

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< 1 Minute Read Subscribe via iTunes | Spotify | Google | Stitcher Jesus Politics is a series of teachings and reflections from Kurt Willems leading up to the election. Each teaching is followed up by a conversation between Kurt and Tony Scarcello. This series explores topics such as: allegiance, nationalism, kingdom of God, dominion and stewardship, Revelation and ‘end times,’ citizenship, …

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Jesus Politics #2 – You Might Be a Christian Nationalist If [EP-105]

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< 1 Minute Read Subscribe via iTunes | Spotify | Google | Stitcher Jesus Politics is a series of teachings and reflections from Kurt Willems leading up to the election. Each teaching is followed up by a conversation between Kurt and Tony Scarcello. This series explores topics such as: allegiance, nationalism, kingdom of God, dominion and stewardship, Revelation and ‘end times,’ citizenship, …

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Jesus Politics #1 – Allegiance [EP-104]

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< 1 Minute Read Subscribe via iTunes | Spotify | Google | Stitcher Jesus Politics is a series of teachings and reflections from Kurt Willems leading up to the election. Each teaching is followed up by a conversation between Kurt and Tony Scarcello. This series explores topics such as: allegiance, nationalism, kingdom of God, dominion and stewardship, Revelation and ‘end times,’ citizenship, …

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Theology Curator Podcast: Paulcast isn’t Dead (Rebrand) [EP-71]

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< 1 Minute Read Subscribe via iTunes or Google The Paulcast isn’t Dead [Rebrand] An introduction….. The Paulcast isn’t dead, but it is evolving. In this episode, Kurt explains the change in branding to Theology Curator. The essence of the show will remain the same, but the areas that get covered will include and go beyond studying …

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N.T. Wright Talks about Paul’s Biography (Judaism, Empire, Anabaptists, and Jesus) | S1 E1 (EP-59)

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2 Minute Read Subscribe via iTunes or Google Season 1, Episode 1 (Spring Season, 2018 [Brand New Format!]) In this episode, N.T. Wright talks about his new book, Paul: A Biography. He discusses the sources we need to do good historical biographical work on Paul. We also might chat about Romans 13 and Anabaptists. You won’t want …

Jesus’ Radical Kingdom Reformation within Judaism (and some stuff about The Reformation)

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7 Minute Read ust like Luther, and the later reformers 500 years ago, the message of Jesus upset the gatekeepers of religious boundaries.
Whenever this happens, the gatekeepers must decide if they are going to tear down the arbitrary gates and redefine who is “in.” Or will they resist as though the movement of God is limited by human boundaries?