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Today's Conversation

By National Association of Evangelicals

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Today’s Conversation provides opportunities for you to hear from leading thinkers, theologians, activists, culture-makers and more. Host Leith Anderson, president of the National Association of Evangelicals, invites you to join him and our guests to gain perspective on the pressing issues facing our churches, our nation and the world.

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Conversations That Will Make You a Better and More Informed Leader

National Association of Evangelicals' President, Leith Anderson, is bringing the types of guests that you would expect to hear on NPR to his primarily Evangelical audience. These are important conversations for Christians to participate in. Every time I listen to Leith I learn something new. This podcast will do the same for you. Listen to it and you'll be a better and more informed leader.

Winsome & engaging

Really enjoy tuning into this podcast each month! I’m impressed by the caliber and variety of guests and topics, and find each episode to be winsome and engaging.

Excellent thought-provoking discussion

Lieth Anderson hosts a good show with very reputable guests (such as Rich Mouw and Nathan Gonzales, et al.) for the purposes of discussing contemporary topics relating to the Evangelical mind and practice. In many ways, the existence of this podcast echos the calls for involvement from scholars such as Mark Noll. As a graduate student in political theology & ethics, this is a great resource for hearing engaged individuals talk about faith, life, and the society we live in.

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