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.
For a one-page list of all interviews, go to http://dev.gci.org/youreincluded.
If a transcript is available, the words "program transcript" will appear. To see the transcript, click on those words. For PDF files that contain all transcripts, go to http://dev.gci.org/youreincluded.
Michael Jinkins
Michael Jinkins reflects on his time in seminary and discusses his book Invitation to Theology. (21.33 minutes)

Previous Programs

Gary Deddo
Dr. Deddo and Mike Feazell discuss the importance of theologian Karl Barth: He is important because he pointed to the gospel, and God as he revealed himself in Scripture. (34.13 minutes)
Jeff McSwain
From his perspective as a youth minister, Jeff McSwain talks about how to help young people experience the loving embrace of Jesus Christ. (30.32 minutes)
Jeff McSwain
Some people think that the Father is angry, and Christ is appeasing his anger. But the truth is quite different. (30.43 minutes)
Dr. John McKenna
Dr. McKenna talks with Mike Feazell about the difference our view of non-Christians makes in our relationship with them. (30.30 minutes)
Dr. John McKenna
Dr. McKenna focuses on the freedom we have because God loves us and is not angry with us. (28.63 minutes)
Dr. John McKenna
Dr. McKenna talks about the freedom we have in God, and that God will not be who he is without us. (37.47 minutes)
Dr. John McKenna
Dr. McKenna talks about the Little Credo of the Great I AM in Exodus 34:6 and the continuity of grace in Old and New Testaments. (30.18 minutes)
Dr. John McKenna
Dr. McKenna talks with Mike Feazell about the importance of the vicarious humanity of Christ. (28.70 minutes)
William Paul Young
Paul Young and Mike Feazell talk about how The Shack was written, and that the nature of relationship is embedded in the Trinitarian character and nature of God. (28.32 minutes)
William Paul Young
Paul Young discusses 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.” (30.37 minutes)

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