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Join us this Tuesday, March 11th with our special guest Frank Schaeffer.
Frank Schaeffer is a New York Times bestselling author of more than a dozen books. Frank is a survivor of both polio and an evangelical/fundamentalist childhood, an acclaimed writer who overcame severe dyslexia, a home-schooled and self-taught documentary movie director, a feature film director of four low budget Hollywood features Frank has described as “pretty terrible.” He is also an acclaimed author of both fiction and nonfiction and an artist with a loyal following of international collectors who own many of his oil paintings.
Frank has been a frequent guest on the Rachel Maddow Show on NBC, has appeared on Oprah, been interviewed by Terri Gross on NPR’s Fresh Air and appeared on the Today Show, BBC News and many other media outlets. He is a much sought after speaker and has lectured at a wide range of venues from Harvard’s Kennedy School to the Hammer Museum/UCLA, Princeton University, Riverside Church Cathedral, DePaul University and the Kansas City Public Library.
Please visit his website here.
Lectures, book interviews and thought provoking programming that goes beyond the traditional Sunday media religious and sports extravaganzas.
Program Summary: 18 May 2014
The discussion will be joined at the bottom of the first hour with Frank Schaeffer, New York Times best-selling author of Keeping Faith about his just released book, "Why I am an Atheist Who Believes in God."
From his web site "about" Frank:
Frank is a blogger on Huffington Post and Patheos. He was one of the first Huff Post bloggers and has a significant online platform worldwide. His three semi-biographical novels about growing up in a fundamentalist mission: Portofino, Zermatt and Saving Grandma have a worldwide following and have been translated into nine languages. Pulitzer prize winner and novelist Jane Smiley writing in the Washington Post says this of Frank’s books Crazy For God and Sex, Mom and God: “Schaeffer’s memoirs have a way of winning a reader's friendship...Schaeffer is a good memoirist, smart and often laugh-out-loud funny...Frank seems to have been born irreverent, but his memoirs have a serious purpose, and that is to expose the insanity and the corruption of what has become a powerful and frightening force in American politics... Frank has been straightforward and entertaining in his campaign to right the political wrongs he regrets committing in the 1970s and '80s...As someone who has made redemption his work, he has, in fact, shown amazing grace.”
Join Devin and Melissa Pellew weekly as we discuss issues related to apologetics, theology and biblical worldview. Today, we will start off by interviewing Greg Walker of Global Cross Ministries and Student Body President at Southern Evangelical Seminary. Greg is the organizer of the Truth Festival coming up this Saturday, May 30th, which the Pellews will be a part of. This is a one of a kind, family-friendly event is a platform for celebrating our life in Christ Jesus while providing credible answers to tough questions. This event is concentrated on building up the faith of our fellow Christians, as well as, offering Truth (the Gospel) to those who are searching. This is a free, grassroots event involving music, food, art, speakers, topical booths, activities for children, and free giveaways.
During our second segment, we will be interviewing Adam Johnson, Adam graduated with a Master's in Divinity degree from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is currently Associate Pastor at Tega Cay Baptist Church in South Carolina and is working on a PhD in Theological Studies at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Adam will be sharing about the thought and apologetics of the late influential theologian and philosopher, Frances Schaeffer. What was Schaffer's apologetic methodology and how has it shaped how we do apologetics today? Join us for this interesting discussion!
Tonight is an opportunity for all performing artist to call in and give the 411 on their upcoming activities. If you are a professional musician, singer, actor, film maker, comic, spoken word artist dancer etc., this is your opportunity to publicize your upcoming event, concert, casting call, film premier etc. Its also a way you the listening audience to keep up with entertainment in your city that you may have otherwise missed. Also on the show birthday shout outs, comedy corner and as always the quiet storm for lovers only
Frank Bonsal III is the Director of Entrepreneurship at Towson University. Did you even know that was a job? Well, entrepreneurship is the fastest-growing course of study today, and more and more universities are adding technology incubators to their campus, and Frank is the perfect man to run the Towson University Incubator.
He’s a long-time educator, serial entrepreneur (sometimes referred to as an edupreneur), and venture capitalist, so he’s definitely qualified for the job. As a VC, Frank has been instrumental in the formation of several highly successful education technology companies. He coached football and lacrosse in a former life. He still uses those coaching skills to help other entrepreneurs reach their goals.
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