New Seminary Dropout Interviews, Readers’ Choice. (Nominate & Vote)

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Who do you most want to hear interviewed on Seminary Dropout?

It's time for another round of interviews for Seminary Dropout. Who do you most want to hear? Have a favorite Jesus following musician, writer, or thinker? Add a name to the list and be sure to include a link. If you have twitter, after you vote, tweet "Hey (tag person) you should give an interview on SeminaryDropout[dot]com with @beardonabike"

James V. Brownson

Biblical scholar, Professor of New Testament at Western Theological Seminary, ordained RCA minister, author of "Bible, Gender, Sexuality"

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Anderson Campbell

Anderson Campbell

George Fox Seminary

N. T. Wright

N. T. Wright. 24,045 likes · 2,489 talking about this. N. T. Wright is the former Bishop of Durham in the Church of England and one of the world's leading Bible scholars. He is now serving as the chair of New Testament and Early Christianity at the School of Divinity at the University of St.

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Bruxy Cavey

Bruxy Cavey

Teaching Pastor, the Meeting House

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Propaganda

Propaganda

Hip Hop & spoken word artist w/ Humble Beast Records

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Krista Dalton

Krista Dalton

Jewish Studies grad student at Columbia

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Danielle Shroyer

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Jonathan Martin

Jonathan Martin

Pastor Renovatus Church

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Peter Enns

Peter Enns

Eastern University

Andrew Peterson

Singer / Songwriter

Christena Cleveland

Christena Cleveland is a social psychologist with a hopeful passion for overcoming cultural divisions in groups. Drawing from a vast body of research, she uncovers the underlying processes that affect relationships within and between groups and helps leaders understand how to promote an appreciation for diversity and build effective collaborations with diverse groups. She recently completed her first book Disunity in Christ: Uncovering the Hidden Forces that Keep Us Apart.

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Nate Pyle

Nate Pyle

Pastor, Christ's Community Church, Fishers Indiana

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Brian LePort

Brian LePort

Ph.D student and blogger at Near Emmaus

Bruce Reyes-Chow

observing life, engaging faith and making connections

Robyn Afrik

Robyn Afrik is a compelling platform speaker, national consultant and strategist on issues surrounding reconciliation/diversity, international adoption, multi-cultural families' and identity formation. With over a decade of community development experience and successful fundraising efforts both in the private and public sectors, Robyn, a Korean adoptee, continues sharing her own unique and personal story, to inspire,...

Grace Biskie

I went to the Story Chicago Conference this past week. The theme was A Sense of Place but I felt anything but. The 1st evening of the conference, conference creator Ben Arment gave us a brief welcome and an introduction to the 2013 Sundance-award-winning documentary, Blood Brother.

Drew Hart

Drew Hart is interested in the intersection of African American theology and Anabaptism. His life and faith have been shaped by a hybridity of the two streams.

Lisa Sharon Harper

Lisa Sharon Harper, Sojourners' director of mobilizing, was the founding executive director of New York Faith & Justice-an organization at the hub of a new ecumenical movement to end poverty in New York City.

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Jen Hatmaker

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Jeremy Cowart

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Derek Hatch

Derek Hatch

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4 thoughts on “New Seminary Dropout Interviews, Readers’ Choice. (Nominate & Vote)

  1. stephenedwardc Can you click on the “Add to List” button up top, and add them that way, so others can see them and vote them up?

  2. It’s been quite a while since we voted on this. When will the interview with James Brownson be posted? I’m really looking forward to hearing it.

  3. @Ana Sanchez Thanks Ana. I’m working on getting a few voices on this issue so that I can publish them back to back. The interview with Dr. Brownson has been recorded and it’s a good one. Stay tuned.

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