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In the first episode of season 2, host Martin Rodriguez sits down with Charles (Chuck) Kraft, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology and Intercultural Communication at Fuller Theological Seminary, and his wife Marguerite (Meg) Kraft, Professor Emerita of Intercultural Studies at Biola University, to discuss their experiences with missiology.

Our Guests

Charles H. Kraft is Professor Emeritus of Anthropology and Intercultural Communication in the School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, and Vice-President of Hearts Set Free Ministries, where he conducts seminars on spiritual warfare, healing, and deliverance.

Marguerite Kraft is Professor Emerita of Intercultural Studies in the Cook School of Intercultural Studies ...

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What difference does missional theology make for the practice of Appreciative Inquiry (AI)? Is AI realistic enough to deal with serious problems? How might AI approach issues like systemic racism? Why does Missiology Podcast make use of AI methodology in its interviews? And what's on the lineup for our second season?

Podcast host Martin Rodriguez and producer Greg McKinzie discuss these and other questions as they reflect on Season 1, Episode 7, "With Mark Lau Branson."​​​​​​​

Your Host

Martin Rodriguez is a doctoral student of intercultural studies at Fuller Theological Seminary, writing on missiology at the intersection of postcolonial hybridity ...

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In the final episode of season 1, host Martin Rodriguez sits down with Mark Lau Branson, Homer L. Goddard Professor of the Ministry of the Laity at Fuller Theological Seminary, to discuss his experiences with the qualitative research method known as appreciate inquiry (AI)—which has been Martin's approach in the preceding Missiology Podcast interviews. Dr. Branson shares how he became involved with AI, how it works, and why it is such a powerful tool for congregational transformation.

Our Guest

Mark Lau Branson has taught at Fuller since 2000. He teaches courses in congregational leadership and community engagement. In addition, he ...

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What role should God’s agency play in historical scholarship? How does historical study help us think about the problems of Zionism in Christian mission? What might collaborative intercultural mission scholarship look like? And How should Christian spirituality shape missiological scholarship?

Podcast host Martin Rodriguez and producer Greg McKinzie discuss these and other questions as they reflect on Season 1, Episode 6, "With Scott Sunquist."​​​​​​​

Your Host

Martin Rodriguez is a doctoral student of intercultural studies at Fuller Theological Seminary, writing on missiology at the intersection of postcolonial hybridity theory and late-modern leadership theory. Since 2011, he has served as ...

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In this episode, host Martin Rodriguez sits down with Scott Sunquist, President & Professor of Missiology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, to discuss his experiences in missiology and his hopes for its future.

Our Guest

Scott W. Sunquist began his presidency at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in October 2019. For the previous eight years, Dr. Sunquist served as the Dean of Intercultural Studies and Professor of World Christianity at Fuller Seminary. Prior to this, he taught for seventeen years at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA). Dr. Sunquist and his wife, Nancy, served as missionaries in the Republic of ...

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What is the role of Western theological education in the Majority World? What does the future of ecumenical leadership look like?  What does it take to make radical missiological shifts? How can we lean in to hear diverse voices?

Podcast host Martin Rodriguez and producer Greg McKinzie discuss these and other questions as they reflect on Season 1, Episode 5, "With Timothy Park."​​​​​​​

Your Host

Martin Rodriguez is a doctoral student of intercultural studies at Fuller Theological Seminary, writing on missiology at the intersection of postcolonial hybridity theory and late-modern leadership theory. Since 2011, he has served as Family ...

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