Explorations in Theology

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An Interview

I was interviewed by Stephen Hill (New Zealand) a week ago and I will embed the YouTube below. Stephen wrote an excellent prophetic commentary on John’s Gospel that I read and benefited from during the beginning of the lockdown. I have the highest respect for Stephen, he is honest and transparent, and his insights come from his clear relationship to God – and also to himself. He knows God, and he knows himself. Here is his site:

https://www.ancientfuture.co.nz/

Check out his interview with Andy Glover – I watched that this morning, and I valued greatly his down to earth but profound revelations about 2021:

https://www.ancientfuture.co.nz/post/conversation-with-andy-glover

https://www.ancientfuture.co.nz/post/some-prophetic-thoughts-for-2021

7 thoughts on “An Interview

  1. Really interesting interview Martin and helped me understand a little more some of the issues you’ve been writing about in your books and posts. Also felt much hope for the future in what you said. Thank you for posting.

    1. Thanks Joanna. I thought Stephen did a great job. Did not let me blah for ever and pulled on some good questions. Hope I can do another one with him before too long. (12 hour time difference New Zealand to Spain.)

  2. Great interview by a curious and able interviewer! So helpful to have another way of opening up the material in the books for those who have less interest in or time to read! Look forward to more conversations!

    1. Less interest in reading my books? Surely not!! Stephen did really well. He had such an easy style, gave me space but also held me in. I think the scope for further conversations like that are enormous.

  3. The Interview: Really agree that we cannot go back, and that ecclesia is much bigger than church! I wonder whether the new hermaneutic is `relational’, not structural, and we are in the desert to learn to have open hands to receive, uncluttered by religious baggage. The danger is that the current loneliness epidemic will result in just a return to what I know. But I believe the touchpaper has been lit, pre pauline to a degree, but on the road to Damascus at the same time!

    1. Hi Peter… thanks for the comment. Your ‘on the road to Damascus at the same time’ needed the exclamation mark. That has more than a little traction. Just thinking – the revelations of God in Acts 7 that Stephen records are outside the ‘promised’ land.

  4. Loved this. Tone, content, not too long. You’re onto something here Martin with this Paul stuff that really matters – maybe we won’t know how much until some way down the line . Keep at it.

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