Episode 104: “Honest to God” with Dr. Mark George - Part 1

November 12, 2018

Welcome back to Episode 104 of the Brew Theology Podcast. Ryan and friends, Jesse & Rob, interview Dr. Mark George in this show titled, "Honest to God." Let’s begin with a proposition: the time has come to retire the wide-spread notion that “God is love.” It’s time, instead, to embrace what the ancient Israelite writers of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament knew so well, that God is a lot of things, love being only one of them. Okay... ready to brew?

More on Dr. George, below.

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- Donna Bowman

- Elaine Padilla

- Jason Whitehead

- Stephen Cochenour

- Andrew Schwartz

- Nancy Howell

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