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120: Interview | Dr. Esau McCaulley on Lent, MLK, and Communal Refreshment

It is such a pleasure to share our conversation with Dr. Esau McCaulley with you all this week! Reading While Black was a huge book for us and we have been trying to get him on the show for a little over two years so this was a real joy for us and we hope it is for you too. Dr. McCaulley is currently a Theologian in residence at Progressive Baptist Church in Chicago, a contributing opinion writer for the New York Times whose work has also appeared in The Atlantic, Washington Post, and Christianity Today, he is also the author of four previous books which have won numerous awards, with more books on the way! We talk about the resurgence of the Liturgical Calendar in the broader American religious context, the new Fulness of Time series on it from IVP of which Esau's new book Lent kicks off, the biblical imperatives to pursue justice, MLK, the benefits of finding and committing to a refreshing local assembly of believers, and more. Enjoy the show, grab some of his books, and share with a friend! Use code: "SUBPOD" at checkout on IVP's website for 30% off + free shipping on all of Esau's books that we talked about on this episode. Sale is running for the next month (2/12 - 3/12).  Lent   Reading While Black Josey Johnson's Hair and the Holy Spirit Links:  Examination of Conscience Shoutouts: John- Marianne Meye Thompson Restoration & Church Clothes 4 from Lecrae  The Rookie (show) The Great British Baking Show L.A. Lakers North American Slave Narratives African American Readings of Paul (Primo bibliography) Follow Esau: Website Twitter Instagram Follow Us: Website Instagram Twitter Facebook YouTube Channel Share Your Questions/Suggestions/Feedback With Us: Email: Phone: 913-703-3883 Support Us: Support the show with an individual donation on CashApp to $TheSubstancePod or become a monthly supporter at the Anchor link below! --- Support this podcast:

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