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This was a fantastic and fascinating discussion. As a Pentecostal myself, who has journeyed towards contemplative practices, and more recently the Orthodox church, I so much appreciate Brad Jersak. I have followed his teaching and books for many years (Can You Hear Me? and A More Christlike God) and have much respect for him. He brings a depth of understanding and clear explanation of Orthodox theology that is sadly lacking in todays polarized Christian dialogue.
Joan Hannestad |
December 01, 2017 at 10:03 PM
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