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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Michael Jinkins
Michael Jinkins reflects on his time in seminary and discusses his book Invitation to Theology. (21.33 minutes)

Previous Programs

Dr. Elmer Colyer
Rev. Dr. Elmer Colyer discusses repentance with us and why we don't repent well on our own. (30.15 minutes)
Dr. Robin Parry
Dr. Parry discusses God's purpose for salvation. He shares with us that Christ's salvation is already achieved for everyone, and we can participate in that. (36.82 minutes)
Alan Torrance
How should the work of Christ affect our lives and relationships? (26.58 minutes)
George Hunsinger
Dr. George Hunsinger talks about his work; examining the theology of the Eucharist across different Christian heritages. (44.85 minutes)
Rev. David Torrance
Rev. David Torrance recounts how God led him into ministry. (29.52 minutes)
Dr. Douglas Campbell
The Book of Romans can be confusing without centering on the core teachings of Romans chapters 5 through 8. Due to a camera malfunction, we do not have video of this interview. (27.13 minutes)
Steve McVey
Dr. McVey stresses the importance of an accurate understanding of the cross, and how it affects our view of the whole being of God, Father, Son and Spirit. (29.83 minutes)
Elmer Colyer
Rev. Dr. Elmer Colyer examines the relationship between judgment and grace. (31.00 minutes)
George Hunsinger
Dr. George Hunsinger talks about the importance of keeping the focus on Christ and the relational nature of the eucharist; how it can serve to break down denominational barriers. (35.00 minutes)
Paul Molnar
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. (26.00 minutes)