Acts 8: Philip’s ministry in Samaria and to the African court official (Acts free lecture # 11)
Others are better qualified than I to comment on security matters, and this is an older post, but now seems a valuable time to recount the story of two refugees’ experiences. Neither of these two constituted a security threat: they are the stories of my wife and my son.
Thanks to Allen and Francine Fosdick for interview Médine and me about Impossible Love for an hour on their podcast, http://www.blogtalkradio.com/intheprophetic/2016/11/02/war-romance-hope-and-miracles
For those who would like to read it, Crosswalk published our brief, true “Story of a Love Separated by Civil War.” It gives an inside-experience perspective on one kind of refugee crisis.
Craig and Médine were interviewed today on American Family Radio concerning their book Impossible Love and Médine’s experience as a refugee. For those who want to listen to our interview, you can forward to 11 minutes and 38 seconds on the following link is:
Since this blog is mentioned in our part of the broadcast as a way of finding out more about us, I should also give this link: http://asburyseminary.edu/person/dr-craig-s-keener/
This Seedbed video shares some adventures and insights from Médine’s experience in war (narrated also in our book Impossible Love):
39-second video (and Craig has a tie on!)
Sometimes traditional scholars came up with ideas about the evolution of Israel’s religion that were demeaning to many traditional cultures.
For the Beeson Podcast, Dr. Timothy George of Beeson Divinity School interviews Craig and Médine about Impossible Love, covering both Craig’s testimony (e.g., Craig’s conversion from atheism) and Médine’s testimony: