Episode 53: Doug Skinner on the Divine Act of Communion and the Public Square

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-a6cw9-11056d6 This is a special episode where I got to talk to one of my mentors.  Doug Skinner is a retired pastor in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), the same denomination I’m ordained in.  I He lives in the Dallas Fort Worth area and we talk every so often via Zoom to talk about... Continue Reading →

Episode 52: What Is Christian Democracy with William Fleming

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-t223q-110287c The United States stands alone among major democracies in having just two parties.  For many years that was okay; because the Democrats and Republicans were actually two coalitions with smaller “parties” within them.  But as the parties have become purer, our politics have become more polarized and unable to govern. It has also left... Continue Reading →

Episode 51: A Sermon No One Will Hear

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-djr5c-10ff8bf Support the podcast: enroutepodcast.org/donate In this solo episode, Dennis talks about one of his greatest fears as a pastor.  Be sure to rate us and leave a review. Share the podcast with others! What did you think of the podcast episode? Questions? Send an email: denminn@gmail.com. A Sermon No One Will Hear website: enroutepodcast.org Twitter Facebook Page... Continue Reading →

50. The Problem of Inclusion in Mainline Protestantism

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-kngqd-10f660c Support the podcast: enroutepodcast.org/donate One of the biggest gifts Mainline Protestantism has given to many people is the work of inclusion.  It’s the belief that churches should be places where the walls that separate people by race, gender, sexual orientation are torn down.  Mainline churches were at the forefront of the civil rights movement,... Continue Reading →

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