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Jason Stellman on the Christian’s Dual Citizenship

March 6, 2010

This month, Matt and Shaun talk with Jason Stellman, pastor of Exile Presbyterian Church, about his recent book, Dual Citizens: Worship and Life Between the Already and the Not Yet, published by Reformation Trust.

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6 Comments leave one →
  1. Kenneth Clayton permalink
    March 9, 2010 11:41 pm

    Enjoyed listening to the podcast seemed Stellman was saying something very different from the previous months podcast with Jack Kinneer. I am not sure where the two of you stand it seemed you agreed a lot with both men in both podcast. I think it would be helpful to do another podcast kind of comparing the two interviews and helping to clarify a biblical position. I was hearing things from Kinneer that where not what I have heard regarding the two kingdoms mostly from white horse inn and modern ref mag, as well as a short run of “The Two Kingdoms Podcast” with host Gene Cook who also does “The Narrow Mind” podcast.

  2. March 21, 2010 6:31 pm

    I liked a number of things that Jason said, I haven’t read his book, but I was a bit confused with his merger of his philosophy of ministry and his two kingdom view. I understand how the two are connected for him, but I don’t think a two kingdom view means that churches won’t have youth groups or other local ministries outside of Sunday gatherings.

    • September 25, 2011 12:24 pm

      I actually found this more enteritaning than James Joyce.

      • ordinarymeans permalink*
        September 25, 2011 8:20 pm

        I *think* that’s a complement, but I’ve never been compared to James Joyce before.

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