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WHI-967 | Christianity & Secular Culture

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On this edition of the program, the hosts talk with international columnist Uwe Siemon-Netto about his career in journalism, as well as his conversion back to the faith of his childhood. The conversation also centers on the doctrine of vocation, two kingdom theory, and the radical theology behind various secular political movements.

On this edition of the program, the hosts talk with international columnist Uwe Siemon-Netto about his career in journalism, as well as his conversion back to the faith of his childhood. The conversation also centers on the doctrine of vocation, two kingdom theory, and the radical theology behind various secular political movements.





RECOMMENDED BOOKS
The Fabricated Luther
Uwe Siemon-Netto
Where in the World is the Church
Michael Horton
God at Work
Gene Edward Veith




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[audio:http://www.whitehorseinn.org/whiarchives/2009whi967oct18.mp3|titles=WHI 967|artists=White Horse Inn]


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  • Guest - Chris Ashton

    I was terrifically encouraged by this interview (I have ordered Mr Siemon-Netto's book), and by the panel discussion. Are you able to give me the reference for your quote from Calvin on framing a society with the Biblical law?

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