Dave Moore: Discipleship through the Study of History

Episode 19 July 16, 2021 00:43:07
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It’s easy to get stuck in the present and not learn or benefit from the past. Dave Moore loves history but laments that many Christians don’t share his enthusiasm. But this is more than a matter of taste. We must value how God has worked in the past or we’ll not grow in our faith the ways we need to. 

Show Notes:

Stuck in the Present: How History Frees and Forms Christians

by David George Moore

https://www.amazon.com/Stuck-Present-History-Frees-Christians/dp/168426460X/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=David+Moore&qid=1626368493&sr=8-2

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