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Adoption and Prayer in the Trinity

Fred Sanders

Adoption and Prayer in the Trinity

Dr. Sanders discusses the nature of our inclusion and prayer life within the Trinity.

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Michael Morrison: Fred, thank you for joining us again today. We’d like to continue the discussion about the Trinity that we had earlier. I wanted to explore a little further with you about something you wrote in your book Deep Things of God—that God being a Trinity is inviting us into the life of the Trinity. Could you explain that in a little more detail as to how we are invited into his life?

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Journey in Music and Theology

Jeremy Begbie

Journey in Music and Theology

Dr. Jeremy Begbie discusses the beginnings of his passion for music and theology and explores various historical approaches to music.

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Jeremy Begbie

Jeremy Begbie is the Thomas A. Langford Research Professor of Theology at Duke Divinity School where he specializes in the interface between theology and the arts. His particular research interests are in the interplay between music and theology.

He studied philosophy and music at Edinburgh University, and theology at Aberdeen and Cambridge. A professionally trained musician, he has performed extensively as a pianist, oboist and conductor. He is an ordained minister of the Church of England, having served for a number of years as assistant pastor of a church in West London.

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On this episode of You’re Included, Dr. Jeremy Begbie discusses the beginnings of his passion for music and theology, and explores various historical approaches to music. Our host is Dr. Gary Deddo.

Gary Deddo: Jeremy, it’s good to have you with us.

Jeremy Begbie: Thank you very much.

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Apologetics and Theology

Apologetics and Theology

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.

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Alister McGrath

Alister McGrath is Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion at Oxford University. He was previously a professor at King's College London (2008-14), and at Oxford University (1999-2008). He holds doctorates from Oxford in molecular biophysics, systematic theology, and intellectual history. He is the author of many books, including T.F. Torrance: An Intellectual Biography (2006). The sixth edition of his popular textbook Christian Theology: An Introduction was published in 2016.

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Gary Deddo: Alister, it’s good to have you with us today.

Alister McGrath: It’s great to be here.

GD: You have an unusual background – in both science and in theology. There aren’t many people who have that kind of background. Can you tell us a little about how those two things came together for you?

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Music and Theology

Jeremy Begbie

Music and Theology

Dr. Jeremy Begbie shares his thoughts on the unique powers of music and how they enrich our understanding of theology. 

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Jeremy Begbie

Jeremy Begbie is the Thomas A. Langford Research Professor of Theology at Duke Divinity School where he specializes in the interface between theology and the arts. His particular research interests are in the interplay between music and theology.

He studied philosophy and music at Edinburgh University, and theology at Aberdeen and Cambridge. A professionally trained musician, he has performed extensively as a pianist, oboist and conductor. He is an ordained minister of the Church of England, having served for a number of years as assistant pastor of a church in West London.

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Gary Deddo: Jeremy, thanks for being with us. In earlier parts of the interview, you mentioned the particular powers of various arts, and music is one of them. I was wondering if you might demonstrate for us some of those powers that might apply to life in general and perhaps worship, things like that.

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How The Trinity Changes Everything

Dr. Fred Sanders

How The Trinity Changes Everything

Dr. Sanders discusses his book "The Deep Things of God: How the Trinity Changes Everything"

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Fred Sanders

Dr. Fred Sanders is a systematic theologian who studies and teaches across the entire range of classic Christian doctrine, but with a special focus on the doctrine of the Trinity. He has taught at Biola's Torrey Honors Institute since 1999. Among his books are The Deep Things of God: How the Trinity Changes Everything, The Triune God, and Wesley on the Christian Life.

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Dr. Fred SandersNarrator: On this episode of You’re Included, Dr. Fred Sanders, Professor of Theology at Biola University, discusses his book, The Deep Things of God. Our host is Dr. Michael Morrison.

MM: Fred, thanks for being with us today. We’re glad to have you on the program.

FS: Glad to be here.

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Stephen Seamands: Wounds that Heal

Stephen Seamands

Stephen Seamands: Wounds that Heal

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.

(20.9 minutes)
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Stephen Seamands

Stephen Seamands is professor of Christian doctrine at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, KY. He received his PhD from Drew University. For a PDF of all three interviews, click here.

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YI130 Wounds That Heal

Michael Morrison: Steve, you’ve written a book, Wounds That Heal. As you describe it, this book is written more for ordinary Christians. Everybody’s been wounded in some way or another, and this book can touch them, and is written in a way for them. Maybe you could start by talking about the title Wounds That Heal. You’re saying that my wound is eventually going to heal?

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Paul Young and C. Baxter Kruger: Discovering The Shack

C. Baxter Kruger and Paul Young

Paul Young and C. Baxter Kruger: Discovering The Shack

Author Paul Young, and theologian C. Baxter Kruger share about their collaboration and discuss themes found in Paul Young’s book, The Shack.

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C. Baxter Kruger

Dr. C. Baxter Kruger is the founder and the president of Perichoresis, Inc. and of Mediator Lures. He obtained his doctorate working with James Torrance in Aberdeen, Scotland. He is author of
     The Great Dance: The Christian Vision Revisited
     Jesus and the Undoing of Adam
     God Is For Us
     Across All Worlds: Jesus Inside Our Darkness
     The Shack Revisited

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JMF: Thanks for being here. You’ve both been on the program separately before. Since that time you guys have met and you’ve been doing a lot of traveling around the world giving lectures, answering questions. How did you meet? How did this getting together for meetings around the world get started?

WPY: I’ll let Baxter take the first crack at that. It’s a great story.

CBK: Your guy Tim Brassell in Virginia is responsible for our first meeting.

JMF: The Grace Communion International pastor.

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Invitation to Theology: An Interview With Michael Jinkins

Michael Jinkins

Invitation to Theology: An Interview With Michael Jinkins

Michael Jinkins reflects on his time in seminary and discusses his book Invitation to Theology.

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Michael Jinkins

Michael Jinkins is president of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and is the author of more than 100 papers, articles and reviews and 12 books, including “Invitation to Theology”.

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Gary Deddo: Mike, why don’t you tell us a little bit about your time in Aberdeen and sitting with James Torrance and what that was like, and what you took away.

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Stephen Seamands: Ministry in the Image of God

Stephen Seamands

Stephen Seamands: Ministry in the Image of God

Dr. Steven Seamands explores how we were created in the Trinitarian image of God.

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Stephen Seamands

Stephen Seamands is professor of Christian doctrine at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, KY. He received his PhD from Drew University. For a PDF of all three interviews, click here.

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Michael Morrison: Steve, you’ve written a very interesting book on Ministry in the Image of God: The Trinitarian Shape of Christian Service. There’s a lot packed into each of these words. What I found particularly interesting is, as a starting point, maybe we could talk about the image of God. How are you developing that or where are you getting this from? Am I supposed to look like God does?

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Steve McVey - The Grace Walk Revisited

Steve McVey

Steve McVey - The Grace Walk Revisited

Steve McVey discusses the themes found in his book, Grace Walk.

(28.5 minutes)
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Steve McVey

Dr. Steve McVey is founder of GraceWalk Ministries. He is the author of Grace Walk, Grace Rules, Grace Amazing, The Godward Gaze, A Divine Invitation, Walking in the Will of God, The Grace Walk Experience, Beyond an Angry God, The Secret of Grace, Anchored and 52 Lies Heard in Church Every Sunday. For a PDF file of five YI interviews, click here.

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J. Michael Feazell: Steve, it’s great to have you with us again.

Steve McVey: Thank you – glad to be here, Mike.

JMF: You wrote Grace Walk back in the 1990s.

SM: The book came out in ’95; I wrote it in ’94.

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