“The Hunger for Home”, with guest Matthew Croasmun, Yale University

September 19, 2022 00:40:40
“The Hunger for Home”, with guest Matthew Croasmun, Yale University
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
“The Hunger for Home”, with guest Matthew Croasmun, Yale University

Sep 19 2022 | 00:40:40

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Show Notes

Matthew Croasmun is Associate Research Scholar and the Director of the Life Worth Living program at the Yale Center for Faith & Culture and a Lecturer of Divinity and Humanities at Yale University. He’s also a staff pastor at the Elm City Vineyard Church, a dynamic, diverse, urban church he helped found in 2007 and where he served as lead pastor for six years. We talk with him today about two books he’s published with Miroslav Volf: For the Life of the World: Theology That Makes a Difference, published in 2019, and The Hunger for Home: Food and Meals in the Gospel of Luke, published this year by Baylor University Press.

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