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Ring in the New Year with Two Episodes

What an exciting year it has been of the CBF Podcast with over 70 interviews of people doing groundbreaking and innovative work in renewing God’s world. 

We are incredibly grateful to our listeners and supporters for their generous spirit and engagement of the Podcast. 

We are also thankful for our three annual sponsors, The Center for Congregational Health, Baptist Seminary of Kentucky, and McAfee School of Theology Doctor of Ministry program.

As we wrap up 2021, we are sharing two episodes this week. 

A Theological Reckoning of How We Consume the News, Featuring Jeffery Bilbro

What does our consumption of the news say about us? Can we honestly say that we haven’t let our unconscious bias shape how we process what we read and hear? 

We sat down with the author of “Reading the Times,” who also serves as the editor-in-chief of Front Porch Republic and an associate professor of English at Grove City College.

Better Capitalism, Featuring Paul Knowlton and Aaron Hedges 

Many American Christians have a tremendous disconnect between their wallets and theology. If and how we love our neighbor should be directly connected to our economic views and practices.

We sat down with coauthors Paul Knowlton and Aaron Hedges to discuss their book, “Better Capitalism.” 

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This podcast episode is brought to you by The Center for Congregational Health, Baptist Seminary of Kentucky, and McAfee School of Theology Doctor of Ministry program

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Andy Hale is the creator and host of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Podcast. Hale is the senior pastor of University Baptist Church of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, following eight years as the founding pastor of Mosaic Church of Clayton and five years as CBF’s church start specialist. Follow on Twitter @haleandy

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