Theology in Black and White?
Joinny Baker and Yemi Adedeji head to head at Greenbelt 2008(Photo: © Sarah Truby/CMS)
Can a postmodern Englishman hope to agree with a Pentecostal Nigerian?
Colleagues and friends Jonny Baker and Yemi Adedeji go head to head to find outListen now (38.6MB)
In the first of a series of talks and discussions recorded in the CMS venue at Greenbelt 2008, CMS colleagues Jonny Baker and Yemi Adedeji discuss the problems and possibilities offered by their starkly differing worldviews.
Jonny describes himself as a postmodern dad and is deeply involved in the alternative worship and emerging church scenes. Yemi is a Nigerian convert from Islam who has raised his three chidren in Britain.
Their conversation ranges widely and seeks to offer ways these diverse sections of the British Christian community could engage. Chaired by Tim Dakin, General Secretary of CMS.
Jonny Baker blogs at jonnybaker.blogs.comMore audio resources
Published: 19:20 09 December 2008 | 10206 viewsLast updated: 08 April 2009 See other stories in these categories: Mission in Britain, Missiology, INSIGHT, All News and Views, Featured Audio, Audio: Talks