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.
http://www.westernsem.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Keith-Johnson-.jpg10801920Megan Ricehttp://www.westernsem.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/logo.pngMegan Rice2016-09-22 12:17:092016-09-22 12:17:38Episode 6: Keith Johnson on "Theology as Discipleship"
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In this episode Andy Bast sat down with Bruce Benedict, chaplain of worship arts at Hope College and founder of Cardiphonia, to talk about the retuned hymn movement–in which musicians compose new music to old hymn texts.
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On this episode of The Luxcast, Kristen Deede Johnson sat down with Gisela Kreglinger, author of “The Spirituality of Wine,” to discuss what the Bible has to say about wine and how it impacts the Christian life.
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For this episode of The Luxcast, Rev. Denise Kingdom-Grier sat down with Lisa Sharon Harper, Chief Church Engagement Officer for Sojourners, during Lisa’s book tour promoting “The Very Good Gospel: How Everything Wrong Can Be Made Right.”