How can we engage thoughtfully with the world around us, engaging our minds and hearts?
What — if anything — can we credibly do about some of the most pressing challenges facing us today: war, poverty, racism, and climate catastrophe?
Is civilization itself a doomed project — and might something more holistic and integrated take its place?
What can the history of Christianity — and the Reformation in particular — teach us about how people of faith respond and create change during times of upheaval?
These are just some of the questions Professor Christopher Ocker and I cover in our stirring video dialogue. Dr. Ocker — assistant Provost, interim Dean, and Professor of the History of Christianity atSan Francisco Theological Seminary— is easily one of the most fascinating people I’ve had the privilege of conversing with.
I think you’ll get a lot out of valuable takeaways from our dialogue —Tune in here!