S3E12 Robbie Seay

Robbie Seay is a worship leader, songwriter, touring professional musician, pastor and church consultant. A Renaissance man! I have been a fan of Robbie’s craft for years – his songwriting, vocal and the tones he puts on his albums….I just love all of it.
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S5: E8 Universal Salvation: w/Geoff Hosclaw

This week we welcome back the co-founder of Theology on Mission, Geoff Holsclaw! Geoff recently wrote a response to David Bentley Hart’s book on universal salvation. After bantering for a good five minutes Fitch, Moore, and Holsclaw talk about the challenges and hopes of Christian universalism.
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S5: E7 The Shape of Liturgy

Evangelicals have discovered liturgy and non-denominational kids are becoming sacramental adults! What are we to make of this liturgical turn? Fitch and Mike look at the trends of evangelicals on the “Canterbury Trail,” and offer some considerations for those who have discovered a new love for liturgy.
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S3E10: Life Giving List and Workload Scrub

    Life Giving List Template Workload Scrub Template 2020 Workshop Info Two simple, game changing tools to help de escalate anxiety that anyone can use. Often on the show I interview a guest or sometimes teach a concept.
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212 – N.T. Wright on The New Testament in Its World: An Introduction to the History, Literature, and Theology of the First Christians

This Week on Seminary Dropout… N. T. Wright is the Chair of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. He is the award-winning author of many books, including After You Believe, Surprised by Hope, Simply Christian, The Challenge of Jesus, and The Meaning of Jesus (coauthored with Marcus Borg), as well as the series Christian Origins and the Question of God.
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S3E09 Dr Russell Moore

    Dr Russell Moore is the President of the Southern Baptist Convention Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, a position he has held since 2013. He is also the author of many excellent books including Adopted For Life and his latest, The Storm Tossed Family.
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S5: E5 The Evangelism Pendulum

Fifty years ago gospel tracts, four spiritual laws, and street witnessing were pillars of evangelism for the evangelical church. Recently, the pendulum has swung the other way to the point where some Christians are reticent to evangelize, or, just don’t know how!
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S3E08 Jack Holland

    Jack Holland was the first to teach me “Second Order Change,” a powerful tool to break stuck patterns in a family or team. He also discusses a technique from narrative therapy that helps him stay curious and in a rookie posture, not an expert posture.
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S3E07: Costi Hinn

    Costi Hinn grew up the wealth and indulgence of the prosperity gospel, groomed for success by his father and famous uncle, Benny Hinn. Costi has a powerful story written most recently in God, Greed and the Prosperity Gospel.
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S3E05: Second Order Change

Some episodes feature interesting guests, some dig into powerful tools for a leader. In this episode, we discuss Second Order Change. It is a powerful tool a leader can use to break stuck, recurring patterns in yourself, your relationships and your organization.
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S3E06 Tod Bolsinger

My guest Tod Bolsinger is Vice President and Chief of Leadership Formation and Associate Professor of Leadership Formation at Fuller Seminary and holds a M.Div and PhD from Fuller. He is author of numerous books, most famously Canoeing The Mountains an outstanding leadership book and, in my opinion, one of the best of all time!
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211 – Gena Thomas, Author of Separated by the Border: A Birth Mother, a Foster Mother, and a Migrant Child’s 3,000-Mile Journey

This Week on Seminary Dropout… Gena Thomas is a writer and speaker who works at a nonprofit that empowers others through holistic development. She served as a missionary in northern Mexico for four years, holds a master’s degree in international development, and is the author of A Smoldering Wick: Igniting Missions Work with Sustainable Practices.
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S5: E3 Understanding Joshua Harris: Doubt & Belief

Two months ago, pastor-writer Joshua Harris publicly announced he was no longer a Christian. Fitch and Moore do an “icy take” on his announcement, seeking to understand Harris’ evangelical culture. Fitch and Moore attempt to grasp the purity culture that Harris helped shape and then explore how legalism, individualization, and cognization produce a church unable to doubt and ask meaningful questions.
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S5: E2 Eschatology for Mission

Who cares about the “end times”? Should we leave behind the “Left Behind” conversations? Does pre-trib, post-trib, etc, even matter? Fitch & Moore talk about “over-realized eschatology” and how it can inhibit the church.
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S2E2 – Steve Cuss – Managing leadership anxiety, part 2

Have you ever experienced anxiety as a leader?  Part 2 of our conversation with Steve is crash course is Family Systems Theory, theology of anxiety, and Romans 6. So much of who we are as leaders has to do with us learning to navigate personal anxiety which is a journey of naming what is causing the anxiety at hand and learning to let go of it.
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206 – Christena Cleveland on whitemalegod and More!

This Week on Seminary Dropout… Christena Cleveland Ph.D. is a social psychologist, public theologian, author, and activist. She is the founder and director of the recently-launched Center for Justice + Renewal, a non-profit dedicated to helping justice advocates sharpen their understanding of the social realities that maintain injustice while also stimulating the soul’s enormous capacity to resist and transform those realities.
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S4: E12 Resurrection. Time. Worship

Does it matter when we worship corporately? Midweek service? Saturday night? What about corporate worship over Facebook Live and YouTube? Drawing from the work of Alexander Schmemann, Fitch and Moore discuss the cultural view of “flat” time that commodifies worship.
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