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The Dorean Principle TheoTech Podcast

    • Technology

Should Christian products and services be free? What can churches learn from the open source movement? Listen in as Conley Owens, author of The Dorean Principle shares the story behind his book and makes a biblical case for colabor instead of reciprocity in ministry financing. In this episode, Chris and Conley discuss theological challenges with different fundraising models, the ministry problems posed by existing copyright law, the distinction between the sacred and the holy and its interaction with money (cf simony), and ultimately dream of a future where the blessings of the Gospel are exchanged freely instead of for a price.

Links mentioned in this episode:

Read the book: The Dorean Principle

Join the Facebook group: Dorean Discussions

If you would like to support the TheoTech podcast, become a patron at www.patreon.com/theotech


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Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theotech/message

Should Christian products and services be free? What can churches learn from the open source movement? Listen in as Conley Owens, author of The Dorean Principle shares the story behind his book and makes a biblical case for colabor instead of reciprocity in ministry financing. In this episode, Chris and Conley discuss theological challenges with different fundraising models, the ministry problems posed by existing copyright law, the distinction between the sacred and the holy and its interaction with money (cf simony), and ultimately dream of a future where the blessings of the Gospel are exchanged freely instead of for a price.

Links mentioned in this episode:

Read the book: The Dorean Principle

Join the Facebook group: Dorean Discussions

If you would like to support the TheoTech podcast, become a patron at www.patreon.com/theotech


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Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theotech/message

1 hr 1 min

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