“A justification for our own sorry existence as evangelicals.” Or, why evangelicals don’t fit in anywhere.
In this episode, Dave Fitch and Geoff Holsclaw make a first attempt at articulating another way, a third way, for theology and mission for evangelicals, beyond the conservative/progressive dichotomy. Dave and Geoff talk about some historical roots for this dichotomy and hint toward an alternative life in community. The next two episodes will flesh out this third way farther by exploring the topics of “Gospel” and then “Scripture”, showing how our theological commitments make a really missional difference (subscribe so you don’t miss them). If you don’t fit in as an conservative evangelical, but don’t feel drawn to progressive framework, then check out this episode:
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Books Mentioned in "What Ya Reading?":
Hospitality as Holiness: Christian Witness Amid Moral Diversity ~ Luke Bretherton
And be sure to check out (or tell others) about Northern Seminary's exciting new Master of Arts in Theology and Mission where Dave, Geoff and other students and pastor continue learning about these things.