What the Next Generation of Christians Needs

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The podcast feed should be back to full swing next week. In the meantime, you can listen to this week’s episode here.

On today’s podcast, host Curtis Chang and regular guest David French discuss what young Christians need to be formed for thriving. In this far ranging conversation, they explore negative partisanship, the fruits of the spirit, the revival at Asbury, and how Christians should best interact with the world through politics. Also, Curtis describes how anxiety is a surprising underlying cause of the political acrimony and divisiveness that plagues our culture today. This special Good Faith podcast was recorded in front of a live audience at The Council for Christian Colleges & Universities, a higher education association of more than 185 Christian institutions around the world.


Pre-order Curtis Chang’s upcoming book, The Anxiety Opportunity. 

-Learn more about the theology of institutions via this online video course from Redeeming Babel

-Asbury Professor: We’re Witnessing a ‘Surprising Work of God’ (from Christianity Today) 

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-Jonathan Haidt on the “Rider and the Elephant”

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