You're Included

Dr. J. Michael Feazell interviews Trinitarian theologians about the good news that God loves you, wants you, and includes you in Jesus Christ. Most programs are about 28 minutes long. Although GCI is in general agreement with the interviewees, these interviews are not official statements of GCI doctrines.
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Fred Sanders
Dr. Sanders discusses the nature of our inclusion and prayer life within the Trinity. (25.22 minutes)

Previous Programs

Jeremy Begbie
Dr. Jeremy Begbie discusses the beginnings of his passion for music and theology and explores various historical approaches to music. (23.40 minutes)
Dr. Alister McGrath discusses his journey into the study of science and theology, his discovery of C. S. Lewis, and various issues facing the church today. (31.03 minutes)
Jeremy Begbie
Dr. Jeremy Begbie shares his thoughts on the unique powers of music and how they enrich our understanding of theology.  (8.02 minutes)
Dr. Fred Sanders
Dr. Sanders discusses his book "The Deep Things of God: How the Trinity Changes Everything" (25.03 minutes)
Stephen Seamands
Dr. Seamands explores how we allow Jesus to tear down walls, to intercede and help us in the process of healing and truly forgiving and forgetting, even redeeming our hurt. (20.87 minutes)
C. Baxter Kruger and Paul Young
Author Paul Young, and theologian C. Baxter Kruger share about their collaboration and discuss themes found in Paul Young’s book, The Shack. (27.98 minutes)
Michael Jinkins
Michael Jinkins reflects on his time in seminary and discusses his book Invitation to Theology. (21.33 minutes)
Stephen Seamands
Dr. Steven Seamands explores how we were created in the Trinitarian image of God. (23.87 minutes)
Steve McVey
Steve McVey discusses the themes found in his book, Grace Walk. (28.53 minutes)
Stephen Seamands
What are the practical implications of doctrines? Do they just try and prove the existence and sovereignty of Christ? Or, are they meant to do something greater by informing us and giving us a framework. (32.28 minutes)