Hank Hanegraaff is joined by Nathan Jacobs and Metropolitan K.P. Yohannan for the first in a series of wide-ranging roundtable discussions. A professor, artist, author, philosopher and filmmaker—Nathan Jacobs is Scholar in Residence of Philosophy and Religion in the Religion in the Arts in Contemporary Culture Program based in Vanderbilt University Divinity School. Metropolitan K.P. Yohannan is the author of dozens of books and the founder/president of GFA World—formerly Gospel for Asia—one of the largest outreach organizations in the world that focuses primarily on the 10-40 window in India and Asia. Metropolitan Yohannan is also the head of Believers Eastern Church. They discuss such topics as: why they are Christians, the misunderstood concept of mystery in the Christian faith, Orthodox anthropology, the hope found in Christianity and more.
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Topics discussed include: Why are you a Christian? (9:10); why do we need the church? an argument for the church as the epicenter of the universe (27:10); the often misunderstood role of mystery in the Christian faith (38:50); differences between Eastern and Western theology (47:15); Orthodox anthropology is about more than merely being saved—it is about theosis (59:05); salvation as progressive transformation as opposed to punctiliar and transactional (1:13:10); the problem with making the Bible an end to itself as opposed to a means (1:19:45); what is the hope of Christianity? (1:26:00).
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