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Dan Strange: 5 Hidden Themes Our Culture Can’t Stop Talking About

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Daniel Strange speaks on his book Making Faith Magnetic in this Library Talk from October 19, 2022, with Dougald McLaurin. Strange addresses five points that guide how every human lives their life.

Dan is the director of Crosslands Forum, a center for cultural engagement and missional innovation. Formerly he was college director and tutor in culture, religion, and public theology at Oak Hill College, London. Dan is a visiting professor at SEBTS. He is a contributing editor for Themelios, and vice president of The Southgate Fellowship. His doctorate under Gavin D’Costa at Bristol University was published in 2000 as The Possibility of Salvation Among the Unevangelised: An Analysis of Inclusivism in Recent Evangelical Theology. Dan’s book, Their Rock Is Not Like Our Rock: A Theology of Religions (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2015), received an award of merit for theology/ethics in the Christianity Today 2016 Book Awards. His most recent books are Plugged In (The Good Book Company, 2019), and Making Faith Magnetic (The Good Book Company, 2021). Dan is married to Elly and has seven children.

We need to bring the gospel to bear to show how Jesus both confronts the way we answer these magnetic points and connects with them as well.
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