2.8 John Maiden (Part 2) - Global Charismatic Christianity
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This is the second half of our conversation with Dr. John Maiden of The Open University. We continue discussing the global nature of charismatic Christianity, hear a favorite anecdote from his work Age of the Spirit , and learn about some of his favorite books on this topic ..read more
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2.4 Samantha Kelly (Part 2) - Medieval Ethiopian Christianity
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In this second half of our discussion, Dr. Samantha Kelly of Rutgers University describes what contact was like between medieval and early modern Ethiopian and European Christians. She invites us to consider ways that studying non-Western forms of Christianity can expand our understanding of the faith, and gives us insight into a fascinating book project she's working on involving Ethiopian pilgrims in the early modern period.  ..read more
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2.3 Samantha Kelly (Part 1) - Medieval Ethiopian Christianity
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Join us as we talk to Dr. Samantha Kelly of Rutgers University, a leading scholar in late medieval and early modern Ethiopian Christianity and Ethiopia-Europe contact during this period. In the first half of our discussion, Dr. Kelly tells her fascinating story of pivoting mid-career to study Ethiopia, including why she was drawn to this shift and the various opportunities that made such a shift possible ..read more
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2.2 Expanding the Narrative: An Introduction (Part 2)
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In part two of this introductory conversation to Season 2, we talk about how the 'expanded narrative' of Christian history has shaped our own teaching, research, and faith. We then give an overview of the upcoming episodes and guests we'll be interviewing ..read more
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10. Justo González (Part 2) - Theological Education & Scholarship for the Church
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This is part 2 of our conversation with Justo González. We begin by discussing the metaphor of theological education as a series of irrigation holes rather than a pipeline. We then talk about writing scholarship for the church and the changing needs of the laity in theological education. Our conversation concludes with Dr. González explaining some of the ways in which studying church history has changed and deepened his own faith, as well as advice he would give to young scholars of Christian history.  ..read more
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9. Justo González (Part 1) - Becoming a Historian & Theological Education
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This is the first half of our conversation with Justo González, one of the most prolific church historians and theological scholars of our time. We discuss how Dr. González's interests in church history developed through his interest in theology, his work in promoting Hispanic theological education, the role of church history in global theological education, and how to write and present church history for a popular audience. Books mentioned on this episode: Justo González, The Story of Christianity, volume 1 & volume 2 Justo González, A History of Christian Thought ..read more
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8. Nick Pruitt (Part 2) - Mainline Protestants and Immigration in the 20th Century
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This episode features Part 2 of our conversation with Nick Pruitt. We continue our discussion of his recent book, Open Hearts, Closed Doors: Immigration Reform and the Waning of Mainline Protestantism.  We talk about how the mainline Protestant relationship to immigration changes over the 20th century, how early 20th c. mainliners incorporated features both of the social gospel and fundamentalism,  and about the history of Christian responses to refugee crises and immigration legislation. Enjoy ..read more
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5. Carlos Cardoza-Orlandi (Part 1) - Becoming a Historian
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This is the first half of our conversation with Dr. Carlos Cardoza-Orlandi, the Frederick E. Roach Professor of World Christianity at Baylor University. In it, we widen our lens to taken in Christian history as a global discipline. We discuss mission as a lens to rethink the history of Christianity, his studies at Princeton Theological Seminary, what it means to pursue missions in 'Christianized' nations, and the role that personal biography plays in good historical scholarship.  ..read more
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4. Beth Allison Barr (Part 2) - The Making of Biblical Womanhood & the Stories We Forget
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This is the second half of our conversation with Beth Allison Barr. We hear about her new book, The Making of Biblical Womanhood, and about the stories of women that we forget to tell. She also shares about the value for Protestants of reading saints' lives, gives some recommendations on where to begin reading in women's history, and lets us in on the fiction books she's always wanted to write. Book recommended on this episode: Larissa Tracy, Women of the Gilte Legend Lisa Bitel, Women in Early Medieval Europe, 400-1100 Sarah Pomeroy, The Murder of Regilla Dorothy Sayers, Are Women Human ..read more
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2. Jennifer Powell McNutt (Part 2) - Church History & the Church
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This is the second half of our conversation with Jennifer Powell McNutt. We learn about the romance of "secularization" (listen to find out!), McNuttshell ministries, church history as family history, bridging the gap between the church and the academy, and some recommended reading on Reformation history.  ..read more
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