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Lisa Fields on the Christian Heritage of Africa
Exploring African Christianity’s golden era and its continued impact on global Christianity helps Black millennials and Gen Zers see themselves in God’s redemptive history. It also provides a needed corrective to all who identify Christianity as mainly a white religion.
Conversation | February 07, 2024
John A. Azumah on Fostering Respect between Muslims and Christians
John A. Azumah grew up in a family that practiced traditional African religions and Islam. He became a Christian in high school and has dedicated his life and scholarship to building bridges between Muslims and Christians, especially in Africa.
Conversation | February 12, 2021
Vince Bantu on Celebrating Christianity's Global Identity
In this episode, Fuller Theological Seminary professor Vince Bantu talks around his passion of bringing together cultural identity and faith and the timely reminder that Christianity has always been a global religion.
Audio | Podcast | November 03, 2020
Justo González on the Mestizo Character of the Christian Life
In this episode, Justo Gonzáles takes us into his book "The Mestizo Augustine," which offers a fresh look at the life of Augustine of Hippo, son of an African mother and a Roman father. How does Augustine deal with this mestizo identity in his life and his theology, and what insights does that provide for us today?
Audio | Podcast | November 02, 2020