Author: Ryan Robinson

Interview: Sarah Jackson, Casa de Paz Colorado

Sarah Jackson joins the podcast to discuss her work with Casa de Paz Colorado. Several years ago, Sarah Jackson went on a trip to the US/Mexico border with a humanitarian aid organization working on immigration issues. She spoke with people who had been deported. She learned about people’s reasons for migrating, and the dangers they face in doing so. She saw first-hand families being separated. Then she returned to Colorado and couldn’t go return to her normal life after this experience. She decided to do something about it because she believes families should be together.  She opened Casa de...

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Vlog 31: God in Creation

The MennoNerds vloggers discuss seeing God in creation. Steve opens with the question and shares about how he most sees God in other people, God’s image-bearers. Micael responds by discussing why Christians need to care about creation, and Deborah responds with the idea of finding that special place in nature where you can meet God. Watch embedded below from our YouTube channel or through our audio or video podcast...

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Interview: Greg Boyd, Crucifixion of the Warrior God (Part 3)

Greg Boyd joins the podcast to discuss his newest book, Crucifixion of the Warrior God. In this part 3, the conversation focuses primarily on how to apply this cross-centred hermeneutic to other biblical texts where God appears to be violent. If you missed previous parts, you can check out part 1 here or part 2 here. The book description (taken from Amazon): Renowned pastor-theologian Gregory A. Boyd proposes a revolutionary way to read the Bible in this epic but accessible study. His “cruciform hermeneutic” stands as a challenge to the field of biblical studies and to all thoughtful Christians....

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Interview: Greg Boyd, Crucifixion of the Warrior God (Part 2)

Greg Boyd joins the podcast to discuss his newest book, Crucifixion of the Warrior God. In this part 2, the conversation focuses primarily on the nature of the cross. If you missed part 1, you can check that out here. The book description (taken from Amazon): Renowned pastor-theologian Gregory A. Boyd proposes a revolutionary way to read the Bible in this epic but accessible study. His “cruciform hermeneutic” stands as a challenge to the field of biblical studies and to all thoughtful Christians. A dramatic tension confronts every Christian believer and interpreter of Scripture: on the one hand, we...

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MennoNerds Live: Sarah Jackson, Casa de Paz Colorado

Sarah Jackson joins the podcast to discuss her work with Casa de Paz Colorado. Several years ago, Sarah Jackson went on a trip to the US/Mexico border with a humanitarian aid organization working on immigration issues. She spoke with people who had been deported. She learned about people’s reasons for migrating, and the dangers they face in doing so. She saw first-hand families being separated. Then she returned to Colorado and couldn’t go return to her normal life after this experience. She decided to do something about it because she believes families should be together.  She opened Casa de...

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