Monthly Archives: May 2016

Episode 70 :: Tom Sine: author, research & hospitality guy

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Show Notes

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Tom’s classic is “The Mustard Seed Conspiracy.” His other books include “The New Conspirators: Creating a Future One Mustard Seed at a Time” (2008); “Mustard Seed vs McWorld: Reinventing Life and Faith for the Future” (1999); “Cease Fire: Searching for Sanity in America’s Culture Wars” (1995) and “Live It Up! How To Create A Life You Can Love” (1993). Together he and Christine co-authored “Living On Purpose: Finding God’s Best for Your Life” (2002).

At the Mustard Seed House, he’s known as Research & Hospitality Guy. Tom and Christine live in an inter-generational community in Seattle.

Tom earned his Ph.D. at the University of Washington. Tom headed up a development project in Haiti for World Concern, taught at the University of Washington, Seattle Pacific University and at Fuller Seminary in Seattle. Tom also works to help Christian organizations develop a holistic theology of mission and speaks widely at colleges, churches, and missions conferences around the world.

Conversation with Tom and Christine Sine, SLW! Podcast Ep. #28

Seattle Recharge: SLW! blog about my visit to Mustard Seed House.

Travel Journal, Seattle, July, 2014

“Video interview courtesy of Cascade Books, an imprint of Wipf and Stock Publishers, www.wipfandstock.com.”

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Episode 69 :: Renowned Scholar and Author Walter Brueggemann

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Show Notes

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Sabbath is so much more than a day off! Sabbath as Resistance: Saying NO to the Culture of NOW

Walter Brueggemann‘s web site: About, Books, Audio/Video || Wikipedia

Walter Brueggemann is surely one of the most influential Bible interpreters of our time. He is the author of over one hundred books and numerous scholarly articles. He continues to be a highly sought-after speaker.

Brueggemann was born in Tilden, Nebraska in 1933. He often speaks of the influence of his father, a German Evangelical pastor. Brueggemann attended Elmhurst College, Eden Theological SeminaryUnion Theological Seminary, earning the Th.D. under the primary guidance of James Muilenburg. He also earned a Ph.D. in education at St. Louis University.

Brueggemann has served as faculty at two institutions in his career: Eden Theological Seminary (1961-1986) and Columbia Theological Seminary (1986-2003). He is currently William Marcellus McPheeters professor emeritus of Old Testament at Columbia.

Originally a strong supporter of Israel and its Biblical claims, Brueggemann later repudiated Israel for its exploitation of “ancient promises” to create a “toxic ideology,” and now affirms his belief that it is not anti-Semitic to stand up for justice for Palestinians.

W.B.’s Biblical Reflections for Alternatives’ “Whose Birthday Is It, Anyway?” #1.

W.B.’s Foreword to Alternatives’ collection of new hymns Sing Justice! Do Justice!

Also MENTIONED

Death of Alternatives’ Founder

SLW! New Service: The Simple Living NUDGE

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