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In the third episode in our forum series “Back to Basics”, Dr. Dryden Liddle joins a deep dive into the unanswered questions of the Book of Job, looking at the ways that we interpret Scripture and grapple with one of the essential questions of the human condition:
Why do we suffer?
Length - 57:05 - Recorded on March 10, 2019
In the second episode in our forum series “Back to Basics”, we grab a glimpse into the evolution of early Christianity towards a “Catholic” faith, the political forces and debates that shaped our early theology and led ultimately to one of the cornerstones of our tradition: the Nicene Creed.
Length - 1:12:10 - Recorded on February 24, 2019
In the first of a forum series “Back to Basics”, members of the parish explore the early foundations of Christianity, exploring our Jewish roots and the Greek influences that informed the faith and practices of the earliest Christian communities.
Length - 1:01:34 - Recorded on February 10, 2019
Deputies from the Diocese of California join members of Church of Our Saviour to discuss highlights of our Church's triennial meeting -- General Convention -- in Austin this past July, and our ongoing work in discerning what the Church has to say both about the future of Christian mission and ministry in our time, and the pressing moral issues our world is currently facing.
Length - 1:31:01 - Recorded on August 12, 2018
Who are deacons, and what do they do? Shortly before retiring from ministry in the parish, Margaret Trezevant talks about the journey that she took in becoming a deacon and the distinctive service deacons bring to Christian community.
Length - 34:31 - Recorded on November 14, 2017
As we commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, Dr. Dryden Liddle offers insights into the actions of Martin Luther and the movement he helped found that would radically alter Western Christianity and society. Br. Richard Edward follows up with an exploration of the English Reformation, its roots and unique character among the reforming movements of the sixteenth century, and the unsettled reforming zeal it planted deep in the spiritual DNA of Anglicanism.
Length - 1:20:00 - Recorded on November 12, 2017
Guest Michael Morison examines the role of Christ in Dietrich Bonhoeffer's life, work, and theology through his discipleship lived in the tumult of Nazi Germany and a World War. In prison, Bonhoeffer reflected on a "world come of age." What does Bonhoeffer have to offer to the Christian disciple today?
Length - 1:02:43 - Recorded on October 29, 2017
Guest Bishop Neff Powell joins members of diocesan staff from the Diocese of California and the people of Church of Our Saviour in a wide-ranging conversation about ministry in the diocese and wider church, along with a bit of history of the Diocese, The Episcopal Church, and the worldwide Anglican Communion.
Length - 58:20 - Recorded on July 2, 2017
Catch the inaugural episode of a Word from the Edge as Dr. Dryden Liddle and Br. Richard Edward discuss the historical roots of the current political moment, and a Christian response.
Length - 1:14:49 - Recorded on February 19, 2017
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