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You're Included - Complete List

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Interviewee  Most programs are 28-30 minutes long.

Ray Anderson 1

The importance of having our theological viewpoint based on God's revelation of himself in Jesus Christ.

Ray Anderson 2

Relating our lives to God’s reality, what God has become in becoming human, adoption, the parable of the prodigal, our necessary connection with Christ, and the emergent church.

Douglas Campbell 1 Our participation with Christ and with each other in communion with God.
Douglas Campbell 2 The gospel informs our understanding of sin and ethics in a way that challenges the model of a conditional or contractual grace.
Douglas Campbell 3 How did Paul bring the gospel and purpose to the mission field?
Douglas Campbell 4 We need a new approach to Paul's letter to the Romans. Due to a camera malfunction, we do not have video of this interview.

Elmer Colyer 1

The weaknesses of the concordance method of theology, that the Bible is not an end in itself, and Trinitarian theology.

Elmer Colyer 2

The theology of Thomas Torrance, the vicarious humanity of Christ, and "the logic of grace."

Elmer Colyer 3

Predestination. Some people assume that God is the best of our own ideals; others accept him the way he has revealed himself in Christ.

Elmer Colyer 4

The practical theology of Thomas F. Torrance.

Elmer Colyer 5 Elmer Colyer discusses how hell and God's wrath are related to God's love.
Elmer Colyer 6 What is the relationship between judgment and grace?
Elmer Colyer 7 Repentance, and why we don't repent well on our own.
Elmer Colyer 8 Why church renewal programs don't work and how gospel-centered congregations need to take the lead.
Elmer Colyer 9 The church has wrestled with how theology has shaped our interpretations of the Bible.

Gerrit Scott Dawson 1

The importance of Jesus being human even after his ascension.

Gerrit Scott Dawson 2

The challenges facing the church today, and the Christian’s role in evangelism.

Gerrit Scott Dawson 3

The significance of the fact that Jesus Christ is still human, that the incarnation continues into eternity.

Gerrit Scott Dawson 4 God knows us utterly, loves us passionately and transforms us continually. Before we turn towards Jesus, he has turned towards us. 
Cathy Deddo Theology in the Everyday

Gary Deddo 1

Why does God tell people what to do?

Gary Deddo 2

God’s plan to share his love throughout the universe.

Gary Deddo 3

What happens to people who don’t seem to have a chance to hear the gospel?

Gary Deddo 4

Theologian Karl Barth important because he pointed to the gospel, and God as he revealed himself in Scripture.

Gary Deddo 5

Why did Jesus say that it was difficult for people to be saved?

Gary Deddo 6

“Who is God?” and the real meaning of repentance.

Gary Deddo 7 What does it mean to say that we "participate" with God?
Gary Deddo 8 What is Jesus doing in sanctification and evangelism?

Gordon Fee 1

The book of Revelation, and basic principles of understanding Scripture.

Gordon Fee 2 How should we read the Bible?
Gordon Fee 3 Dr. Fee talks about the renewed image of the Father through his likeness shared in Christ the Son.
Trevor Hart 1 There is positive encouragement and assurance in knowing that God's eternal purpose is to be God in Jesus Christ for us -- that God the Father is fully reflected in the face of Jesus.
Trevor Hart 2 There is a place for the various arts and for imagination in the church.
Trevor Hart 3 God's heart beats with love for everyone he’s made, so he calls them into fellowship with himself. This is good news, not just for Christians but for everyone.
George Hunsinger 1 The election that really counts: We are elected or chosen in Jesus Christ, the Chosen One. 
George Hunsinger 2 Colossians 3:3 has been called a decisive verse for the entire New Testament. Our lives in Christ are real, and yet can't always be seen.
George Hunsinger 3 It's important to keep our focus on Christ and the relational nature of the eucharist; it can serve to break down denominational barriers.
George Hunsinger 4 Dr. Hunsinger examines the theology of the Eucharist across different Christian heritages.

Christian Kettler 1

How theology affects the average person, the importance of Jesus’ humanity, and how we share in the faith of Christ.

Christian Kettler 2

People like to talk about the potential of salvation, but the Bible refers to the actuality of salvation.

Christian Kettler 3

The ministry and theology of the late Ray Anderson.

Christian Kettler 4 The Word of God is threefold: Jesus Christ is the living Word, the Bible is the written word, and preaching is the spoken word.
C. Baxter Kruger and Steve Horn Audio only interviews: Part 1, part 2, part 3

C. Baxter Kruger 1

Jesus is the center of all things

C. Baxter Kruger 2

Jesus has united himself with us.

C. Baxter Kruger 3 William Young's book The Shack illustrates the triune God's love for all humanity. 
C. Baxter Kruger 4 The Western world thinks that Jesus came to save us from the harsh God. But the Father is actually just like Jesus.
C. Baxter Kruger 5 Dr. C. Baxter Kruger discusses the goodness of God and our moments of darkness.
C. Baxter Kruger
and Paul Young
Author Paul Young and theologian C. Baxter Kruger discuss The Shack, religion, and the hope for a new understanding of relationship with God.
C. Baxter Kruger
and Paul Young
Dr. Kruger and Paul Young talk about Dr. Kruger's book, The Shack Revisited, which examines the theology embedded in Young's book.

John McKenna 1

The difference our view of non-Christians makes in our relationship with them.

John McKenna 2

The freedom we have because God loves us and is not angry with us.

John McKenna 3

The freedom we have in God, and that God will not be who he is without us.

John McKenna 4

The Little Credo of the Great I AM in Exodus 34:6 and the continuity of grace in Old and New Testaments.

John McKenna 5

The importance of the vicarious humanity of Christ.

Jeff McSwain 1

How to help young people experience the loving embrace of Jesus Christ.

Jeff McSwain 2

Some people think that the Father is angry, and Christ is appeasing his anger. But the truth is quite different.

Jeff McSwain 3

The difference between Calvinism and Arminianism, and the Reformed view of Karl Barth.

Jeff McSwain 4 Are we sinners, or saints? If we are new creations, why do we still have old habits? Jeff McSwain talks about sanctification.
Jeff McSwain 5 We all bring a personal persuasion to our interpretation of Scripture, so it's important for us to read the Bible through a Christ-centered lens.
Jeff McSwain 6 Jeff McSwain describes the goal of Reality Ministries - to help adolescents understand that they belong.
Steve McVey 1 Christians live by trusting in the grace of Christ
Steve McVey 2 Dr. Steve McVey shares the theological insights he has gained over the years
Steve McVey 3 It's important to understand the cross, and how it affects our view of the whole being of God, Father, Son and Spirit.
Steve McVey 4 The frequently misunderstood topic of God's wrath, and its relationship with God's love.

Paul Louis Metzger 1

Relationships are important in the way we share the gospel.

Paul Louis Metzger 2

The church needs to include all peoples.

Paul Louis Metzger 3 Dr. Metzger talks about participation in the triune life of God.
Paul Louis Metzger 4 Converted Christians will be led by the Holy Spirit to care for others, reflecting the communion within the Triune God.
Paul Molnar 1 The importance of keeping Christ at the center of our thoughts about God.
Paul Molnar 2 Salvation is us as humans being drawn into Christ's relationship with God the Father who is not imprisoned by his changelessness to become human.
Paul Molnar 3 God's will gets complicated when it intersects with our choices.
Paul Molnar 4 When we try to separate the gift from the giver, grace separated from God, we make salvation about ourselves.

Roger Newell 1

Mary’s response to Gabriel’s announcement that she would give birth to the Son of God; the importance of the Incarnation.

Roger Newell 2

The theological insights in C.S. Lewis’ fiction.

Roger Newell 3

The relationship between theology and German history in the 20th century.

Cherith_Fee_Nordling_1

The humanity of Jesus Christ, and what it means to be human. 

Cherith Fee Nordling 2

The nature of the resurrected body and the significance of Jesus becoming fully human.

Cherith Fee Nordling 3 What Jesus' humanity means for us: Jesus is truly human, and that shows us what it means for us to be truly human.
Cherith Fee Nordling 4 From the beginning God has wanted his people to bear his image.
Robin Parry 1 The importance of having a trinitarian perspective in our worship.
Robin Parry 2 Dr. Parry discusses the importance of "lament" and the role of Israel in salvation history.
Robin Parry 3 Christ's salvation is already achieved for everyone, and we can participate in that.
Andrew Purves 1 The primary pastoral question: What is Jesus up to that I can bear witness to?
Andrew Purves 2 Theology for pastoral work.
Andrew Purves 3 Dr. Purves recounts valuable learning experiences he has had in ministry and stories of people who have had an impact on his life.
Andrew Purves 4 Ministers are not messiahs -- their role is to join the Messiah in the work he is already doing.

Andrew Root 1

The importance of building relationships in youth ministry.

Andrew Root 2

The difference between influence and place-sharing in youth ministry.

Andrew Root 4 God turns death into life.
Andrew Root 5 Relational youth ministry arises out of place sharing rather than patterns of influence

Daniel Thimell 1

John McLeod Campbell: People had no joy in their Christianity, because they had not understood how effective the work of Christ was.

Daniel Thimell 2

Jesus Christ won a completed salvation for each of us.

Daniel Thimell 3 Christianity is not primarily about right behavior, but about relying on Christ's completed work.
Daniel Thimell 4 The Trinity is the foundation for both the doctrine of God’s love and the knowledge of God. We are called to participate in the life of Christ.

Alan Torrance 1

What the Incarnation means to us and how grace leads us to godly living.

Alan Torrance 2 The wrath of God and hell come about because of God's love. Good science indicates God's existence.
Alan Torrance 3 How should the work of Christ affect our lives and relationships?
David Torrance 1 God pours out his love, granting us grace by the finished work of Christ, and our thankful response to that. 

David Torrance 2
To receive Christ means that we share in his death and his resurrection -- death to our old life of sin.
David Torrance 3 Rev. Torrance recounts how God led him into ministry.
David Torrance 4 Rev. Torrance shares some of the lessons he has learned about parish ministry.
David Torrance 5 How should we approach our sin, personally and in the pulpit?

Robert Walker 1

Who Christ is for us, and he has faith for us.

Robert Walker 2 The Father was in Jesus Christ, as God become human, who took our humanity into the heart of God and gave us a new humanity.
Robert Walker 3

Jesus' resurrection frees us from death and sin, and it is the beginning of the reconstitution of everything in Christ.

N.T. Wright N.T. Wright talks about themes in his book, How God Became King: The Forgotten Story of the Gospels.

William P. Young 1

How The Shack was written, and the nature of relationship is embedded in the Trinitarian character and nature of God.

William P. Young 2

The popular view of God as a Christianized Zeus or Gandalf-with-an-attitude as opposed to the loving Father portrayed by the “prodigal’s father.”

William P. Young 3

Many people experience a "disconnect" in trying to trust the “angry” God who requires his Son’s death.

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