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#233 | Why Evangelical Theology Needs the Global Church with Stephen Pardue
12th April 2024 • Apollos Watered • Travis Michael Fleming
00:00:00 01:08:56

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What do you need in your relationship with God? I am sure you can think of many things. One thing that has helped so many Christians and churches is developing a relationship with global Christians, and in doing so, you find your vision of God expands, your relationship with God deepens, and your zeal for ministry exponentially increases. Today's guest, Stephen Pardue, takes us on a journey into the global church and how global theology increases our view of God, helps us to join with what God is already doing, and fulfills His mission with our neighbors who are different from us.

Stephen T. Pardue (PhD, Wheaton College) directs the ThM/PhD in theological studies and church history at the Asia Graduate School of Theology and teaches theology at the International Graduate School of Leadership in Manila, Philippines. He is the author of Why Evangelical Theology Needs the Global Church and the coeditor of 10 books, including Majority World Theology and Asian Christian Theology. He and his wife, Teri, have four children and belong to Union Church of Manila.

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A couple of the episodes referenced in today's episode:

#150 | Scriptural Illiteracy & Secular Imagination, Pt. 1 | Kevin Vanhoozer

#151 | Scriptural Illiteracy & Secular Imagination, Pt. 2 | Kevin Vanhoozer





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