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Rev Sydney Magill Lindquist

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This program is SBNR. (Spiritual But Not Religious)  A discussion about Progressive Christianity and all things Spiritual. Exploring truth in all faiths, and promoting compassion.  Are you a seeker of truth, but fed up with traditional mainstream religion?  Do you feel like the Bible has been used as a tool to judge you and make you feel not worthy of God's love? Join us for an interesting discussion with guests from progressive Christianity and other faiths as we explore the many things that we have in common with each other.

Tonight's show is about Celtic Spirituality.

My guest is Dr. Bruce Epperly. Theologian, pastor, spiritual guide, author, and recognized leader in lay and pastoral faith formation, he served as Director of Continuing Education and Professor of Practical Theology at Lancaster Theological Seminary. Prior to coming to Lancaster Theological Seminary, he served as Director of the Protestant Ministry and Adjunct Professor in Theology, Spirituality, and Medicine at Georgetown University and Medical School, and Acting Associate Dean, Assistant to the President for On-line Programs. Here is his website: http://www.bruceepperly.com

Hosted by Scott Lindquist; a published author and a seasoned radio personality and crime prevention expert,  his new book, The Jesus Factory, carries on his commitment to find solutions to gender injustice at its very core in church history. The Jesus Factory is an adventure novel of the Spirit that reveals the lost message of the hidden apostle. This is the story of one man's search beyond religious fundamentalism to discover the real meaning of Christ's message. For more information on Scott’s book, go to his website: www.thejesusfactory.com

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