Reformation, We Have a Problem!

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Does the Reformation though help us engage in mission? Does typical protestant theology have a power problem and a context problem which work against mission? And what does it matter anyway?

 


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20160421_132205-2David Fitch and Geoff Holsclaw discuss two different problems facing Protestantism and its theological framework (the problem of power and the problem of context).

Don’t miss this episode where Fitch throws the entire Reformation under the bus, but he doesn’t want any angry emails about it.

(There’s Fitch with our new scissor boom stands. Pretty nice eh?)

Related Episodes:
#10 Cultures of Power and Our Place in Them
#19 The De-Radicalization of MLK


What’s Happening? As mentioned on the show, please join us for…

Young, Restless, and Always Reforming: The Mission of God and the Continuing Reformation of the Church
…with David Fitch, Cherith Fee Nordling, Kyuboem Lee, Jin Kim and others.
May 3-4, 2016, Philadelphia, PA

What ya Reading?

The Crucifixion: Understanding the Death of Jesus ~ Fleming Rutledge
Delivered from the Elements of the World ~ Peter Leithart

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