Today we have Ronni Kurtz joining us on The Way Home podcast. Ronni Kurtz is the author of Fruitful Theology: How the Life of the Mind Leads to the Life of the Soul. He has a great perspective on how Christians should pursue study of the Word, Christian theology, intellectual pursuits. Today we discuss the separation between deep theological study and everyday living when these things should overlap. Kurtz bridges that gap with the point that theology should not lead us to arrogance.
For those listening in the Houston area, join folks from Texas Baptist College for a special Worldview Night on Thursday, September 22nd, at Sagemont Baptist Church. We’ll share a meal, hear from engaging speakers, and enjoy fellowship.
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Ronni Kurtz Biography: Ronni Kurtz (Ph.D., Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) is an Assistant Professor of Theology at Cedarville University. Before moving to Ohio, Ronni was a pastor in Kansas City, Missouri, for seven years where he also taught theology at Midwestern Seminary and Spurgeon College.
Books: No Shadow of Turning: Divine Immutability and the Economy of Redemption, Fruitful Theology: How the Life of the Mind Leads to the Mind of the Soul