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Sunday@CMU: May 2018

Theme: James and Paul: The Politics of Identity at the Turn of the Ages
Speaker: Dr. V. George Shillington, Professor Emeritus of Biblical and Theological Studies

George Shillington presents a four-part sermon series based on his book, James and Paul: The Politics of Identity at the Turn of the Ages (Fortress Press, 2015). Plus: Face2Face On Air interviews with CMU students, faculty, and alumni.

 
May 6, 2018

James and Paul, Part I

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Face2Face On Air (Feature Interview): CMU student and native Winnipegger Justony Vasquez talks about how she first learned about CMU while attending an event for Catholic young people in Kraków, Poland.

 
May 13, 2018

James and Paul, Part II

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Face2Face On Air (Feature Interview): Andrew Dyck, Assistant Professor of Ministry Studies, talks about why he decided to memorize the book of Ephesians, how he did it, and the impact it's had on his life.

 
May 20, 2018

James and Paul, Part III

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Face2Face On Air (Feature Interview): CMU alumna Cecilly Hildebrand talks about her work as executive director at Candace House, an organization that exists to provide a safe and comforting day refuge for victims and survivors of crime navigating the court process.

 
May 27, 2018

James and Paul, Part IV

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Face2Face On Air (Feature Interview): Harry Huebner, Director of International and Inter-Faith Theological Initiatives at CMU, talks about the series of dialogues that began in 2002 that bring together Shi'a Muslim scholars from Iran and Mennonite scholars from Canada and the U.S.

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