Brian Zahnd: Deconstruction and the Death Penalty

November 23, 2021 01:07:43
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Brian Zahnd: Deconstruction and the Death Penalty
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Brian Zahnd is the founder and lead pastor of Word of Life Church, a non-denominational Christian congregation in Saint Joseph, Missouri. Brian and his wife, Peri, founded the church in 1981. Brian is also the author of several books, including, Sinners in the Hands of a Loving GodWater to WineA Farewell To MarsBeauty Will Save the World, and Unconditional?: The Call of Jesus to Radical Forgiveness.

 

Brian joined Drew and Jarrod to talk about his new book- When Everything's On Fire, Deconstruction, the death penalty, and more.

 

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With thanks to David Andrew (@davidjandrew) for the ongoing use of his music in this podcast.

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