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New Creation Conversations 100 - Dr. Brent Peterson on the Nature and Theology of the Church

New Creation Conversations 100 - Dr. Brent Peterson on the Nature and Theology of the Church

Update: 2023-10-24
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Welcome to episode one hundred of New Creation Conversations. This week’s conversation is with my longtime friend and colleague, Dr. Brent Peterson. Brent currently serves as the Dean of the College of Theology and Christian Ministries at Northwest Nazarene University (where he has been on faculty for the last 15 years). Brent is an alum of NNU, has a Master of Divinity degree from Nazarene Theological Seminary, and got his PhD from Garrett-Evangelical Seminary. In addition to his teaching, Brent has been in local ministry in a number of churches and is an ordained elder in the Church of the Nazarene. He has a great interest in theology related to the church, the formative nature of liturgy, and writes often about the intersection of theology and ecclesiology.

In our conversation we talk about Brent’s newest book – which is also the most recent addition to The Wesleyan Theology Series published by The Foundry – a book simply entitled The Church. It is the first of two contributions Brent is making to that series. In the Spring his volume on the sacraments will also be released. It is a wonderful series, a very helpful book, and (as you would expect from two old friends) a very fun and thoughtful conversation.

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New Creation Conversations 100 - Dr. Brent Peterson on the Nature and Theology of the Church

New Creation Conversations 100 - Dr. Brent Peterson on the Nature and Theology of the Church

Scott Daniels