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Podcast with Jürgen Moltmann


Some call him the world’s greatest living theologian, but Jürgen Moltmann thinks of himself as “only a child of God in the Community of Christ”. The celebrated German theologian, famous for his work on theologies of hope and liberation, including The Crucified God, will be speaking at a BMS World Mission event Catalyst Live in November. 

In advance of his visit, Professor Moltmann spoke to the BMS magazine for thought leaders, Mission Catalyst, giving his thoughts on subjects ranging from Christian economics to blasphemies about creation. In this short podcast he speaks about "Christian anti-intellectualism", what Hitler teaches us about Christians in politics and the 'Mission of the Mind'.





Read the full interview at bmsworldmission.org

Catalyst Live takes place on 27 November in Manchester and 28 November in Reading. In addition to Professor Moltmann, Catalyst Live will feature Professor John Lennox and Christians from the worlds of science, art, apologetics, poetry, creation care, Middle Eastern political theology and leadership theory.

Buy tickets for Catalyst Live now, at bmscatalystlive.com

Picture: Andrew Firth, firthphoto.com


 

Baptist Times, 05/11/2013

 
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