What might Mr. Rogers have to say to Evangelical Christians and Muslims in America today? What might he wish us to say to one another? “Won’t you please be my neighbor?” This is the subject we are taking up today with two Evangelical pastors working with Muslims in their community. They are answering this “Mr. Rogers” question in the affirmative.
Different attempts have been made to define and reflect upon “Deep State”. In this episode of New Wine Tastings, Dr Metzger steps into the dialogue and brings us to the point of whereby our understanding is brought to the realization of our need for a deep Jesus and a deep Church.
This issue of Cultural Encounters includes some fascinating and thought-provoking content! Read the abstracts for the featured articles and see which books are covered in the reviews!
By Dr. Matt Farlow
Knowledge is power. The problem for the many in this country is that the one holding power knows the infectious truth of knowledge. The one in power seeks not to promote the many in their quest for knowledge, but actively presses against so to destroy any attempts of growth, because growth in knowledge of the many threatens the systemic power of the one…
Friends and community leaders in partnership with New Wine, New Wineskins: Pastor Cliff Chappell, New Wine Advisor Phil Berlin, and Chaplain Mikey Lemon sit down with New Wine director Dr Paul Louis Metzger for an interview addressing racism and institutional racism. Here is a glimpse into the conversation. Watch the full episode at our YouTube Channel.
Closing the distance is possible if the chasm of the heart opens up toward the other. We are all facing incredible challenges during this Coronavirus pandemic, but not all of our challenges are the same. Join Steve Hanamura (president of Hanamura Consulting, Inc and author, coach and speaker) and Jimi Calhoun (author, ethicist, and musician) as they dialogue with New Wine’s director Dr. Paul Louis Metzger concerning today’s reality of social and spacial distancing. This clip from our New Wine Tastings episode is crucial to the dialogue of equity and access.
Dr. Gary Ferngren of Oregon State University joins Dr. Paul Louis Metzger on this clip from New Wine Tastings. We reached out to Dr. Ferngren, who is a professor of history, to discuss the subject of religion and science in view of the Coronavirus pandemic. The relation of the Christian faith and medical science historically has import for us today.
Paul Lyda is the Senior Chaplain of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office and a New Wine Advisory Council member. Formerly, he served as a pastor at St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Beaverton. Listen in as he and Dr. Paul Louis Metzger discuss his work in responding to people’s needs in the face of the Coronavirus. This is the full episode addressing essentials of ministry in connecting relationally with people in the face of the Coronavirus.