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#44 Reformation at the Margins, with Drs Alberto García & John Nunes


We tend to think about the Protestant Reformation as primarily a story that takes place in Europe, but how has the movement spread throughout the world? Moreover, how does Reformation theology speak to issues of marginalization today? Drs Alberto García and John Nunes join Kyle as they discuss reimagining the Reformation at the margins.


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ABOUT OUR GUESTS


Dr Alberto L. García (above) is professor emeritus of theology at Concordia University Wisconsin, an ordained Lutheran pastor, and coeditor of Critical Issues in Ecclesiology.

Dr John A. Nunes (below) is president of Concordia College New York, an ordained Lutheran pastor, and the author of Voices from the City: Issues and Images of Urban Preaching.

Drs García and Nunes co-authored Wittenberg Meets the World: Reimagining the Reformation at the Margins (Eerdmans, 2017).

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We’ve finished the move to our new studio home on the campus of the University of Mobile. We pray that this new partnership will allow us to give you more of what you love about the podcast, whatever that may be. We’re not really sure why you love the podcast (if at all), so you’ll just fill in the blanks there.

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