Art of the Sermon Episode 16: Speaking Human – More with Dr. Brian Russell

Art of the Sermon Episode 16: Speaking Human – More with Dr. Brian Russell
May 19, 2016 Dan Wunderlich


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Guest: Dr. Brian Russell – Professor of Biblical studies and Dean of the School of Urban Ministries at Asbury Theological Seminary, Writer, and Speaker
General Topic: Speaking Human

Spring has sprung (0:16)
Recapping the North Carolina Preaching Festival (3:00)
Ideas from Nadia Bolz-Weber (3:57)
More with Dr. Brian Russell (6:32)
Working with Bible translations (7:40)
Speaking Human (12:41)

Links to things mentioned in the episode

(re)Aligning with God: Reading Scripture for Church and World
Asbury Theological Seminary

Reaching out to our guest

BrianRussell.org

Next Episode arrives June 2, 2016!

An interview with Brady Shearer – Founder and CEO of ProChurch Tools

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