In this episode, we interview Dr. Anthony Le Donne (of our very own United Theological Seminary) and Larry Behrendt about their new book, Sacred Dissonance: The Blessing of Difference in Jewish-Christian Dialogue. You can check out Anthony’s blog here and Larry’s blog here.
None of us had met Larry before, and it was a joy to get to know him a bit, to hear about the great work that he and Anthony are doing together, and to learn from them both. This episode is a little longer than we normally go, but the conversation was so good we couldn’t stop it!
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Oh, and by the way, Anthony’s Twitter handle is @AnthonyLe_Donne, and Larry’s is @larrybehrendt.
3 thoughts on “New Podcast: How Jews and Christians Can Talk to Each Other”
I’m really enjoying your show. This one was fascinating, added to my thinking about talking to noon religious people as well.
How about looking at having a conversation with Christian pastors from other cultural backgrounds (here in the U. S.), who might be threatened by the power structures so pregnant. I’m thinking of black and white pastors in the South, where I struggle to get open, honest dialogue. I’m sure I have much to learn.
That’s a good idea, Jay. Thank you!
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