Episode 10: Justo L. González on Making History Come Alive (audio)

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On this episode, Han-luen Kantzer-Komline sat down with Rev. Dr. Justo L González, a prominent author and church historian. Dr. González shared about his love for history and the ways he makes that history come alive for others. To see Dr. González’s speech at the WTS Dean’s installation service, check out the video here.

Episode 9: Kyle Meyaard-Schaap on Young Evangelicals for Climate Action (audio)

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In this episode, Professor Tom Boogaart sat down with Kyle Meyaard-Schaap, a WTS graduate and the National Organizer & Spokesperson for Young Evangelicals for Climate Action (YECA), to discuss why young people, and Christians in particular, should care about environmental concerns.

Episode 8: Rebecca Deng on stories of a refugee (audio)

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In this episode, Jenna Brandsen sat down with Rebecca Deng, a former refugee who is one of the “Lost Girls” of South Sudan.  Rebecca shared about her experience as a refugee in the US, and shared how the church can help welcome refugees.

Episode 7: Charles Amjad-Ali on Muslim/Christian Relations (audio)

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In this episode Dr. Theresa Latini sat down with Rev. Dr. Charles Amjad-Ali, an Anglican from the (United) Church of Pakistan who has spent his life devoted to various causes of justice, speaking out against the persecution of religious minorities, and helping others to understand Islam as it intersects with Christianity.

Watch Dr. Amjad-Ali’s lecture at WTS.

Episode 6: Keith Johnson on “Theology as Discipleship” (audio)

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J. Todd Billings sat down with Keith Johnson, Associate professor of Theology at Wheaton College, to discuss Keith’s new book “Theology as Discipleship.”

Episode 5: Marilyn McEntyre on How to Play with a Poem (audio)

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In this episode, Jeff Munroe talks to writer and professor of medical humanities at the UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program, Marilyn Chandler McEntyre about her rules for “how to play with a poem.”