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Ray Anderson: God and the Prodigal Son

Dr. Ray Anderson

Ray Anderson: God and the Prodigal Son

In this extended program, Dr. Anderson talks about 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.

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Ray Anderson

Dr. Ray Anderson was senior professor of theology and ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary. He wrote more than 20 books, including An Emergent Theology of Emerging Churches, and Judas and Jesus, Amazing Grace for the Wounded Soul. Dr. Anderson was also a contributing editor for the Journal of Psychology and Theology. He died on June 21, 2009, at the age of 83.

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In the first interview, Dr. Anderson points out the importance of having our theological viewpoint based on God's revelation of himself in Jesus Christ.

See also the interview in which Chris Kettler discusses the ministry and theology of Dr. Anderson.

For an edited transcript of our interviews with Ray Anderson, and the Chris Kettler interview about Dr. Anderson, click here.

JMF: Last time we were together, we were talking about Karl Barth, Thomas Torrance, whom you studied under, and Trinitarian theology and how important that is for the walk of the average Christian.

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Ray Anderson: Starting Theology With Jesus

Dr. Ray Anderson

Ray Anderson: Starting Theology With Jesus

Dr. Anderson points out the importance of having our theological viewpoint based on God's revelation of himself in Jesus Christ.

(31.1 minutes)
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Biography:
Ray Anderson

Dr. Ray Anderson was senior professor of theology and ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary. He wrote more than 20 books, including An Emergent Theology of Emerging Churches, and Judas and Jesus, Amazing Grace for the Wounded Soul. Dr. Anderson was also a contributing editor for the Journal of Psychology and Theology. He died on June 21, 2009, at the age of 83.

Learn More:

Perhaps you know of someone who might like to watch this program. If so, go to the bottom of the page and click on "Email this page." Fill out the short form, and share the good news! There's also a way to share the page on Facebook, Twitter, and other websites.

If you'd like to support this ministry, click here.

If you are interested in learning more about Trinitarian theology, check out Grace Communion Seminary. It's accredited, affordable, and 100 percent online.

In his second and last interview with us, Dr. Anderson talks about 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.

See also the interview in which Chris Kettler discusses the ministry and theology of Dr. Anderson.

For an edited transcript of our interviews with Ray Anderson, and the Chris Kettler interview about Dr. Anderson, click here.

JMF: Welcome to You’re Included. With us today is Dr. Ray Anderson. Dr. Anderson is senior professor of theology and ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary. He’s author of more than 20 books, including An Emergent Theology of Emerging Churches, and Judas and Jesus, Amazing Grace for the Wounded Soul. Dr. Anderson is also a contributing editor for the Journal of Psychology and Theology.

Thank you for being with us today.

RA: Thank you, Mike, I’m glad to be here.

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