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Academics serving the Church: Jonathan Morrow

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How can the Academy best serve the local church? 

This question simply isn’t considered often enough. The unfortunate truth is that the academy’s role in the local church is easily forgotten or misconstrued by all involved. But as disciples of Christ, and as passionate academics, it’s a fundamental question for us to reflect on. 

Each week we bring you a new video of a Zondervan Academic author answering this question. This week we feature Jonathan Morrow, blogger and author at www.ThinkChristianly.org

 

0310328659 Jonathan Morrow is the founder of www.thinkChristianly.org. He is the author of Think Christianly:Looking at the Intersection of Faith and Culture. He graduated with an M.Div. and an M.A. in philosophy of religion and ethics from Talbot School of Theology where he is pursuing a D.Min. in engaging mind and culture. Currently, Jonathan is the equipping pastor at Fellowship Bible Church in Murfreesboro, TN. He has been featured on Family Life Today, Point of View with Kerby Anderson, Stand to Reason, and Apologetics.com. He and his wife, Mandi, have two children.

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