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25 - Faith Among the Faithless by Mike Cosper Faith Among the Faithless: Learning from Esther How to Live in a World Gone Mad&nbsp;&nbsp;

Sorry for the lower audio quality this week. We had some hiccups in the recording process! This week Brian and Dustin discuss a recent retelling of the biblical story of Esther by Mike Cosper. Listen is as they discuss Cosper’s helpful insights as he relates Esther’s story of faith to our own.


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Next book: Mere Hope: Life in an Age of Cynicism by Jason Duesing


Subscribe in your favorite podcast player,&nbsp;iTunes, or Google Play&nbsp;or signup for email alerts of the next episode.Follow us on Twitter:&nbsp;@dustinbruce&nbsp;|&nbsp;@renshaw330&nbsp;|&nbsp;@_marginpodcastIf you would like to recommend a book for the show please fill out this form
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25 - Faith Among the Faithless by Mike Cosper Faith Among the Faithless: Learning from Esther How to Live in a World Gone Mad&nbsp;&nbsp;

Sorry for the lower audio quality this week. We had some hiccups in the recording process! This week Brian and Dustin discuss a recent retelling of the biblical story of Esther by Mike Cosper. Listen is as they discuss Cosper’s helpful insights as he relates Esther’s story of faith to our own.


Purchase on Amazon
Publisher’s Website
Cultivated Podcast


Next book: Mere Hope: Life in an Age of Cynicism by Jason Duesing


Subscribe in your favorite podcast player,&nbsp;iTunes, or Google Play&nbsp;or signup for email alerts of the next episode.Follow us on Twitter:&nbsp;@dustinbruce&nbsp;|&nbsp;@renshaw330&nbsp;|&nbsp;@_marginpodcastIf you would like to recommend a book for the show please fill out this form
24 - Superheroes Can't Save You by Todd Miles This week Brian and Dustin talk superheroes and heresies as they dive into a recent book by Todd Miles of Western Seminary that shows how Jesus is greater than any superheroes from the Marvel or DC universe. Listen in as they discuss how Superman relates to Docetism, Ant-man to modalism, and much more.&nbsp;Purchase on AmazonPublisher’s WebsiteTodd Miles on TwitterSt. Patrick’s Bad AnalogiesNext book: Faith Among the Faithless: Learning from Esther How to Live in a World Gone Mad by Mike CosperSubscribe in your favorite podcast player,&nbsp;iTunes, or Google Play&nbsp;or signup for email alerts of the next episode.Follow us on Twitter:&nbsp;@dustinbruce&nbsp;|&nbsp;@renshaw330&nbsp;|&nbsp;@_marginpodcastIf you would like to recommend a book for the show please fill out this form
23 - Christianity at the Crossroads by Michael J. Kruger This week Brian and Dustin discuss a new book by Michael J. Kruger: Christianity at the Crossroads: How the Second Century Shaped the Future of the Church. Listen in as they cover topics like the makeup of the early church, the unity and diversity of the church in the second century, why the second century often gets overlooked, and more.
22 - The Kingdom of God and the Glory of the Cross by Patrick Schreiner This week Brian and Dustin cover a recent release in Crossway’s Short Studies in Biblical Theology series: The Kingdom of the God and the Glory of the Cross by Patrick Schreiner. Listen in as they discuss how the kingdom of God functions throughout the Bible and how recognizing this major theme helps us understand our Bibles.
21 - Who God Says You Are by Klyne Snodgrass This week Brian and Dustin discuss a book about identity titled Who God Says You Are by Klyne Snodgrass. Listen in as they discuss the nine factors that influence our identity.
20 - In Search of Ancient Roots by Kenneth J. Stewart This week Brian and Dustin explore the ancient roots of evangelical Christianity in a recent book by professor Ken Stewart. Listen in as they discuss the phenomena of evangelicals defecting to other traditions looking for an older version of the faith and talk through ways in which the evangelical movement can root and has rooted itself in the historic faith. In Search of Ancient Roots: The Christian Past and Evangelical IdentityPublisher’s WebsiteTGC ReviewChristianity Today ReviewWhen Did Evangelical Christianity Begin? Next Week’s Book: Who God Says You Are: A Christian Understanding of Identity by Klyne Snodgrass
19 - Faith. Hope. Love. by Mark Jones This week Brian and Dustin discuss a recent work on the three theological virtues by pastor and noted theologian, Mark Jones. Listen in as they talk about how faith, hope, and love shape the Christian life.Faith. Hope. Love. The Christ-Centered Way to Grow in Grace Publisher’s WebsiteGod Is: A Devotional Guide to the Attributes of GodNext Week’s Book: In Search of Ancient Roots: The Christian Past and the Evangelical Identity Crisis by Kenneth J. Stewart
18 - Bible Matters by Tim Chester In this episode Brian and Dustin discuss a new book by Tim Chester called Bible Matters. Listen as we discuss what is the nature of the Bible and how should the everyday Christian approach Holy Scripture.
17 - Every Waking Hour by Benjamin Quinn and Walter Strickland This week Brian and Dustin discuss a recent book by two Southeastern Baptist Theology Seminary professors, Walter Strickland and Benjamin Quinn, that provides a helpful introduction to the theology of vocation and how the everyday Christian should view their working lives.
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