The Anabaptist Community Bible: Episode 15
In this episode, we’re exploring the Anabaptism at 500 project and the possibility of an Anabaptist Community Bible. Our guests are Mollee Moua and John D. Roth who were both hired by MennoMedia for this project. We’re going to have a conversation about what Anabaptism means today and the specifics of this Anabaptist Bible. Do we really need a new Bible? What is the benefit of hearing from diverse voices and interpretations? And how can you and your church participate?
Mollee, from Kitchener, Ontario, serves as Managing Editor for Anabaptism at 500. She previously worked at Mennonite Church Eastern Canada as the Courageous Imagination Project Manager. John, from Goshen, Indiana, serves as the Project Director. He previously worked as a professor of history at Goshen College and has been heavily involved in the global Anabaptist movement. He has also authored many articles and books about Mennonite faith and identity.
00:00 - Introduction
09:31 - Interview (Part 1)
32:00 - Resource give-away
33:48 - Interview (Part 2)
1:00:47 - Continuing the conversation
1:07:48 - Outro
|Topic||Anabaptist Theology, Anabaptism, Biblical Engagement|
|Collection||The MennoCast Podcast|
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