Dr. Vince Bantu is an associate professor at Fuller Seminary (whoop!) and the director at Meachum School of Haymanot. Vince’s areas of missiological interest and academic research focus on Christianity as a global religion. Not in the sense, as some scholars proclaim, that Christianity is becoming a global religion, but rooted in the fact that Christianity always has been global. This notion informs evangelism, mission, and worship in cultural contexts. Earlier this year I had the privilege of taking one of Vince’s church history courses at Fuller TX and this conversation took me right back to class (and church!).
Mentioned in this episode:
A Multitude of Peoples: Engaging Ancient Christianity’s Global Identity by Vince L. Bantu
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