47: The Power of Public Theology – An Interview with Sophia Agtarap – Art of the Sermon

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Guest: Sophia Agtarap, Director of Communications for Vanderbilt Divinity School
General Topic: Public Theology

Introduction to Sophia (0:41)
Philosophy of communication (2:24)
Being the right person to speak (5:00)
Relationship to public theology (6:27)
Recent movements and activities (9:21)
It can be scary (13:59)
Why public theology (16:14)
Role of lay people (23:07)
Standing with and not just for (27:05)
Favorite and challenging communication experiences (30:20)
Easter or Christmas Eve (31:01)
Impactful communicators (31:56)
Recommended books and resources (32:32)
How to follow Sophia (35:08)

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Next Episode arrives September 21, 2017!

An interview with A.J. Thomas, Founder and Director of the Joyful Giving Group

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