Scott Sunquist and I just missed crossing each other’s paths at Fuller Theological Seminary. Shortly before I registered as a student, Scott wrapped up his time as the Dean of Intercultural Studies at Fuller where he also was a professor of church history. Now, Scott serves as president of Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary where he also teaches missiology. He’s written a new book on Christian history and the global church and it is incredibly thought-provoking. (Even though Scott has literally written graduate-level textbooks on the subject, I can say, this new title is as inviting as it is intriguing.) In other words, if you’re a history fan or a theology buff – this conversation is for you!
Mentioned in this episode:
The Shape of Christian History: Continuity and Diversity in the Global Church by Scott W. Sunquist
History of the World Christian Movement Volume I: Earliest Christianity to 1453 and Volume II: Modern Christianity from 1454 to 1800 by Dale T. Irvin and Scott W. Sunquist
Hymns on Paradise: St. Ephrem the Syrian
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