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Award winning author, songwriter, and speaker discusses culture, religion, and current events with a variety of guests.

The Catch with John Fischer The Catch with John Fischer

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

Award winning author, songwriter, and speaker discusses culture, religion, and current events with a variety of guests.

    A Catch Conversation with Dr. David Fischer

    A Catch Conversation with Dr. David Fischer

    Dr. David E. Fischer graduated from Stanford University with a BA degree in philosophy and went on to graduate studies at Fuller Theological Seminary and Princeton Seminary. Dr. Fischer founded Living Word Bible College in Southern California in 1971. He wrote curricula for 15 courses, including many chapter by chapter Bible book studies, and was a teacher for students from around the world for over 35 years. This interview we will here David's thoughts and insights on Nehemiah.

    • 33 min
    A Catch Conversation with Paul Clark

    A Catch Conversation with Paul Clark

    A pioneer in Jesus Music of the late '60s, early 70s, Paul has stayed true to the gospel message and his own prophetic voice. Paul has a real sense of what the Holy Spirit is doing in the world and how we can be prepared to know God’s will for today and tomorrow. Paul has completed 20 solo recording projects, written over 700 songs, produced records for other artists, served as a worship leader/pastor, and is a published photographer and author. Tonight we welcome Easter week by discussing Paul's song "Tetelestai," which means "It is finished." 

    • 38 min
    A Catch Conversation with Doug Stevens

    A Catch Conversation with Doug Stevens

    Doug Stevens is a pastor who has served churches in California, Arizona, Kansas and Texas, and a mentor who comes alongside congregations and non-profits across the country to encourage, challenge and strengthen leaders. He is a catalyst for experiential learning, relational healing and intercultural engagement. Doug is a graduate of Cal Berkeley and Fuller Seminary. He lives in Austin TX and is married to Nancy. Doug is a people-lover, culture-watcher, mountain bike-rider and avid world-explorer.

    Today we talk about Doug's new YouTube show, "Hello Darkness: Stories That Transform."

    • 33 min
    Dave Horner II

    Dave Horner II

    Dave Horner is Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Biola University and Talbot School of Theology.  This episode we speak to Dave about his chapel talk today about "Extending Grace," Dave's way of saying Grace Turned Outward.

    • 32 min
    A Catch Conversation with Dave Horner

    A Catch Conversation with Dave Horner

    Dave Horner is Professor of Theology and Philosophy at Biola University and Talbot School of Theology. 

    • 32 min
    A Catch Conversation with Randall Balmer

    A Catch Conversation with Randall Balmer

    One of our most insightful writers on American religion, Randall Balmer, trains his focus on that other great passion—team sports—to reveal their surprising connections. Balmer explores the origins and histories of big-time sports from the late nineteenth century to the present, with entertaining anecdotes and fresh insights into their ties to religious life.

    • 39 min

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