The Protest Vote and The Magic of Protestantism

Episode 18 · February 12th, 2016 · 56 mins

About this Episode

<p><a href="" rel="attachment wp-att-40222"><img class=" wp-image-40222 alignright" src="" alt="adrift_Fotor-300x300" width="261" height="261" srcset=" 300w, 150w, 100w" sizes="(max-width: 261px) 100vw, 261px" /></a>In this episode of the show we talk with some really interesting people. We begin with a conversation with J.R. Rozko, co-director of the Mission Alliance (<a href="" target="_blank"></a>). They are doing a series of conference gatherings to explore what different past traditions have to offer the church and its mission in a post-Christian future. We&#8217;ll actually be doing a live recording of the show at their May gathering in Philadelphia which will look at the Reformation tradition (<a href="" target="_blank"></a>). Then we chat with Aaron Zimmerman, rector of St. Alban&#8217;s Church in Waco Texas. He shares his top five insights for preachers who want to preach more life giving and graced sermons. (<a href="" target="_blank"></a>). We conclude talking about our wrap up post, <em>Another Week Ends</em>. As usual you can find all the content we discuss at our website<a href="" target="_blank"></a>.</p>

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